Picturing Better Presentations

presenting with pictures

One of the simplest, and easiest, ways to add humor to a presentation is to add visuals. We are so conditioned to seeing slides full of text in presentations that seeing an image on the screen immediately gets us more engaged. We wonder: what is this a picture of? How does it relate to the… Read more

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Humor at the McDonald’s Drive Thru

Think about the stereotypical view of a fast food worker. In most media, you see them portrayed as disinterested teenagers who would rather be anywhere else. They are the DMV workers of the food industry. Not so in this video of a trip to a McDonald’s drive thru. Watch the video and we’ll come back… Read more

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Bob Ross, Content Marketer

bob ross content marketer

Have you ever learned a new fact and thought, “No way is that true?” I was reading the book Unbranding by Scott and Alison Stratten and in it they share a completely mind-blowing fact: “Bob Ross, beloved, afro-rockin’, godfather of painting instructions and happy accidents, was never paid a nickel for his legendary show. He did each… Read more

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Training to Imagine

Training to Imagine, by Kat Koppett, is our goto resource when it comes to sharing new improv exercises and activities with people. Kat Koppett is a veteran applied improviser and the book contains clear, concise instructions that anyone can follow to start bringing a little improv into their group. Buy Now… Read more

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Using Humor at Work is as Easy as Pie

humor at work pie

A majority of the questions I receive after delivering a humor keynote are about how: How do you know what humor to use? How often should you use humor? How do you get started using humor? Using humor at work can seem intimidating but the reality is that you already know most of what you need… Read more

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