What’s your worst job???

In my keynote Finding the Funny in Change, I talk about asking funnier questions to get funnier answers. It’s a way of practicing humor. If you ask boring questions, you’ve got nothing to work with. I also do a quick exercise in which I ask people what was...

Over 50 and F’ing Funny

Myself and comedian Frank King are starting a new podcast TODAY – Over 50 and F’ing Funny! We’re interviewing some of our comedian friends from the road who are, well, over 50. Some of these people have hit it big in comedy and some have not . . but...

Master of Ceremony At-Home Studio

Working from home isn’t a new concept for comedians . . . we work from home to write the jokes. PERFORMING from home, is totally different though. I’ve always joked that I’d like to do the shows from my living room . . . and now I am. Here’s a...

Watching Grass Grow Can Be Funny

If something’s boring, we make the comment – “it’s like watching grass grow” or “it’s like watching paint dry.” BUT growing grass actually can be funny . . .or at least interesting. I got this cool app on my phone that...

My Electronic Rolodex

My electronic Rolodex helped me moved to Los Angeles, so today I’m sharing my humor news article about it. Connecting with people in different ways – social media, newsletters, emails, etc . . .is a great way to stay in front of them. And writing a monthly...