I love this article. It captures why I love improv (both teaching and doing it). Like Tina Fey, it got me my spouse and a career/business that I'm more passionate about then anything in my life. When we began our theater, we had a few slogans "failure is the only option" .. well atleast 90% of the time ;-). And "Listen, Commit, Play." But the one that stuck is "Good at Improv, Better at Life." And this article says just that. And because I improvise, I'm not ashamed to say this article along with the link to THE DETROIT CREATIVITY PROJECT made me cry. Thank you for posting this!