It’s not debatable, you must make your humor relatable. It’s a simple equation . . . your audience will laugh longer and louder when they relate to you or your situation. To create that type of effective connection, you must setup a universal understanding. For example, if your story requires that your audience be familiar […]

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The word Failure is in the dictionary more than a hundred pages before the word success. The same is true in many real-life scenarios – you face failure before certain success.   Sure, you might be lucky right out the gate, but I offer to you four fabulously successful people that did not freak out […]

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