Want to use humor in business? Then learn how to find and write the humor yourself! Below is my quick – 1:30 – tip on humor writing. This is my fourth tip in cartoon format . . . a little more interesting than me just talking.
Writing humor is not rocket science, BUT using humor is a great way to connect with co-workers, staff, clients, and potential clients.
I offer humor tips in this blog, but also I put together quick videos on how to develop humor (and your humor muscle). Above is the video and below is the video as well as a link to it to my youtube channel where you’ll find similar How To videos.
Hey, also, why not follow me on my social media? I really need some friends! or followers or something!
Have a great holiday. . .
Jan McInnis is a top change management keynote speaker and comedian. She uses short funny stories to emphasize her tips on how businesses can use humor to handle change. Jan is a top conference keynote speaker, comedian, Master of Ceremonies, and comedy writer. She has written for Jay Leno’s The Tonight Show monologues as well as many other people, places, and groups—radio, TV, syndicated cartoon strips, guests on The Jerry Springer Show (her parents are proud). For over 25 years, she’s traveled the country as a keynote speaker and comedian, sharing her unique and practical tips on how to use humor in business (yes, it’s a business skill!). She’s been featured in The Huffington Post, The Wall Street Journal, and The Washington Post for her clean humor, and she’s the author of two books: Finding the Funny Fast – How to Create Quick Humor to Connect with Clients, Coworkers, and Crowds, and Convention Comedian: Stories and Wisdom From Two Decades of Chicken Dinners and Comedy Clubs. She also has a popular podcast titled Comedian Stories: Tales From the Road in Under 5 Minutes. In her former life, she was a marketing executive in Washington, D.C. for national non-profits, and she received the Greater Washington Society of Association Executives “Excellence in Education” Award. Jan’s been featured at thousands of events from the Federal Reserve Banks to the Mayo Clinic.