“Research shows that paying for experiences instead of material possessions will give you greater and more enduring satisfaction… More specifically, experiences live on because people feel grateful for them after they’re over. In a series of experiments, we find that feelings of gratitude are sparked more by trips people have taken, events they’ve attended, and meals they’ve eaten than by the “stuff” they’ve bought. In other words, people are often more grateful for what they’ve done than for what they have.”
But it got us thinking that giving the gift of an improv course, would be a double-whammy – not only resulting in enduring gratitude and satisfaction – but also providing an experience that will create a life-changing growth mindset. That’s a pretty powerful Christmas gift! And it appears that the Mind and Body liftout of The West Australian Newspaper agrees – profiling Just Improvise’s gift vouchers.
If you’d like to arrange a gift voucher for a loved one – from the age of 6 years and over, please get in touch. Email us at email@example.com and we’ll organise one for you and will hand deliver it, to ensure it makes it to you before Christmas.