Picture someone coming up to you years after your presentation and saying, “I remember you, your stories and humor were absolutely brilliant.” These videos of workshops and seminars can help you become a funny storyteller.
Correct use of “Trigger Words” or “Punch Words” is a critical component of comedic timing. If you get it wrong, you may get silence. If you get it right, you’ll get laughter!
The techniques of linking emotions to topics and acting-out are very effective for uncovering humor in unfunny topics. It is an excellent lesson for keynote speakers, presenters, trainers, and seminar leaders who want to lighten up serious content.
Audience interaction isn’t just nice to have, it’s expected! This lesson explains how to form a bond with audience members and keep them engaged and energized with fun, relevant interaction techniques.
Props are a great way to incorporate quirky and funny objects into your speech or presentation. The risk factor goes up when you use props, but the success strategies in this lesson will help you understand how to manage them!