I’m psyched to be visiting the fine folks of the National Speakers Association Houston Chapter on Nov. 8th and wanted to invite you all. This event is open to the public, so if you have a hankering to learn more about the world of professional speakers, here’s your chance.
I’ll be covering two topics.
1) How to Be Funny. Every speaker needs to add humor. That old joke is true:
One speaker asks another, “Do you need to be funny as a speaker?”
Answer: “Only if you want to get hired.”
Do you have questions YOU want answered? Leave them as comments and he’ll cover your questions on Thursday.
Check out this video I prepared just for you!
First, at 4 pm, I’ll be teaching my program Got Mirth? Milking Your Program for All The Humor it is Worth. (Catchy, huh!) I’ll give some big-time strategies for becoming funnier. I’ll also give you some tricks and jokes that you can incorporate TOMORROW to get laughs. Yes, they are THAT easy. (Not all of ’em, but I’ll be giving away some cool, easy, funny stuff.)
Second, I’ll be doing a program about how to stay upbeat in this speaking business (at a time where that is harder than ever.) We all know in our hearts that if we are able to use levity, lightheartedness, and even humor as motivational speakers, we’ll do better — both on the platform and in the business of speaking. And lucky you, I’ll be teaching a few specific techniques that you can incorporate right away. Oh, and by the way, it’ll be funny. If you are looking for that speakers program that your spouse is interested in…this is the one.
I’m coming to Texas, baby! On the 8th I’ll be teaching Texas speakers how to strut their stuff and get to that holy ground: “The next level.” (Nope, I’m not exactly sure what that means, but it sounds good to me. Let’s go there together.)
See ya there!
Texas Motivational Speaker (for a day!), Fan of NSA Houston, Teacher of Funny-ness
PS. Here is the handout. (Think of all the trees we saved by me not sending this to Kinkos!)
PPS. For those of you who asked about coaching, here are the details.
Questions? Leave them in a comment below. Or contact me here.