'Embrace failure' and other rules Rebecca Northan learned from 400 blind dates
It's almost been a decade since Rebecca Northan first staged a 10-minute version of her hit improv show, Blind Date.
The premise was simple: she gets stood by her blind date, and chooses a new date from the audience.
Their 90-minute improv interaction in front of a live audience forms the show.
Since that first show, she has been on more than 400 dates. Rebecca tells Candy about lessons she's learned after "going out" with so many strangers on stage.
Watch Rebecca's TEDx talk, A Useful Epiphany: