4 Ways Humor at Work Improves Productivity

When I travel the country and talk with people about humor at work, they are often already aware of some of the soft benefits humor provides: it makes you laugh, makes things fun, and helps you relax. What most people don’t know about humor in the workplace is that it can make you more productive… Continue Reading >

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501 Ways Anniversary Giveaway!

If you haven’t heard already, tomorrow is the 1 year anniversary of the launch of my book, Humor That Works: 501 Ways to Use Humor to Beat Stress, Increase Productivity, and Have Fun at Work. In addition to posting some of my favorite edits from the book, I’m also giving a way a copy of the… Continue Reading >

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Funny Edits from Humor That Works

Tomorrow marks the 1 year anniversary of the launch of my book, Humor That Works: 501 Ways to Use Humor to Beat Stress, Increase Productivity, and Have Fun at Work. I’ve already shared some of the more interesting statistics from the book, but what I haven’t shared are some of the more interesting edits from… Continue Reading >

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First Letter Last Letter

While in a conversation, play First Letter, Last Letter, a listening exercise. The rules are simple: the first letter of the first word you say has to start with the last letter of the last word the other person just said. As an example: Person A: “Hey, did you finish those TPS reports?” YOU: “Sure… Continue Reading >

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6 Self-Massage Techniques for the Workplace

The workday can be quite stressful. Throughout the day, we sit at our desk, in meetings, and on our commute, the whole while accumulating stress from the day’s events. Massaging yourself can help. One study at the University of Miami showed that workers were more alert and were able to think faster (solving math problems)… Continue Reading >

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