An Adventure with Pitch Lab exploring how improvisation can help you work together with others to create compelling new ideas – fast.
Join Jay Mays, founder of Pitch Lab, and veteran comic, Daniel Reskin, as you learn how to ignite your communication, collaboration and creativity using proven techniques from comedians like Kate McKinnon, Bill Murray, and Maya Rudolph.
Takeaways from this Adventure include how to be a more empathetic listener, think faster on your feet, and stay courageous in the face of adversity.
After each activity, we’ll dig into what went well (or didn’t) and how it ties back to helping you be more creative for our community.
Sign up with a friend or two, because as they say: none of us individually are as creative as all of us together.
This is a real interactive Adventure, so be ready to turn your Zoom video on, get out of your comfort zone, and connect with other TEDxMileHigh-ers!
Jay is a 20-year sales veteran and recovering stand-up comedian. From his underdog beginnings in dive bars to being awarded Best Comedy Venue in Miami, Jay has produced live comedy events for some of the biggest names in entertainment including The Miami Marlins, Soho House and Live Nation.
As founder of Pitch Lab, Jay combines the seemingly disparate worlds of sales and comedy to help client-facing teams differentiate from the competition, build stronger connections and help more clients.
Daniel is a 15-year stand-up comedy veteran who hails from Miami, FL. While there he appeared in Comedy Central’s South Beach Comedy Festival and was named Best Comedian in Miami by the Miami New Times.
Now in Denver, he’s an actor, short film award winner and a not yet famous Twitch streamer.
Also, a 6-year-old once told Daniel he was the funniest person ever. And kids rarely lie.
Join us for yoga that embraces the individual within the collective. Reconvening as a society isn’t about conformity; it’s about diversity thriving together. Join us for this dynamic 60-minute flow and challenge your every day thought patterns.
This yoga class will be led by Courageous Yoga, a diverse community in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Denver, Colorado. Courageous Yoga aims to provide an identity-affirming safe(r) space that honors the many philosophies of yoga and other Indigenous healing modalities with sincere practices of courage.