A Site Navigation Update

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Are you familiar with the curse of knowledge? It suggests that once you’ve learned something, it can be difficult to remember what it was like before you knew that thing. For example, the Humor That Works website has been around since 2009. In those 8 years, I’ve forgotten what it’s like to be a brand new… Read more

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Frequently Asked Questions Posted

To help answer some of the more popular questions, we’ve posted an FAQ that covers the basics of the Corporate Humor Awards. Some of the questions answered include: What are the Corporate Humor Awards? What do award winners Receive? Why would I nominate someone for an award? What is this “custom award” you speak of… Read more

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Humor That Works is Going Full-Time!

New York, NY — As I announced in last month’s newsletter, Humor That Works is going full-time as of today! The official announcement is below: After 2 years of working on Humor That Works as a part-time job, effective July 1st I will be fully dedicated to the business full-time! That’s right, I’ll be leaving… Read more

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Humor at Work: 10,000 Views on SlideShare

New York, NY – I got an email in my inbox this morning telling me that my presentations on SlideShare have collectively hit over 10,000 views! I like to pretend that means that over 10,000 people have been positively impacted by the work we’re doing here at Humor That Works. You can find the slides on… Read more

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Humor That Works Survey

While researching an upcoming post on how to make fun surveys, I decided to create my own Humor That Works survey.  The goal of the survey is to capture some of your ideas and preferences to find out how I can provide more relevant content to you.  It also serves as a sample survey for… Read more

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