1.||How To Fit the Right Humor To The Right Audience by Peter Fogel|
A joke has two parts: a set-up (premise) and a punch-line (pay-off).
In comedy club humor you can push the envelope with subject material, your language, etc.
People are drunk, looser, ...
[Added: 02 Feb 2007 Hits: 909 Words: 716]
2.||Kerala and "Cola-Ban" by sinu|
It all started when the government received a letter from the Centre for science and environment" stating that cola samples tested by it contained traces of pesticides. The communist-led Kerala government sprung in to action. They immediately banned production and sales of ...
[Added: 21 Nov 2006 Hits: 705 Words: 444]
3.||How To Effectively Use Humor To Start Off Any Speech or Presentation by Peter Fogel|
Here is a sure-fire way to get the room in a good mood right off the bat and even get a laugh from your audience when first being introduced to them.
Don't forget: the trick to effectively using ...
[Added: 17 Oct 2006 Hits: 2282 Words: 557]
4.||Proper Preparation Is The Key To A Successful Speech by Peter Fogel|
Whether I am giving a motivational keynote speech on humor or presenting a corporate comedy show for a client, I want to go the extra mile.
You see, when my services are engaged one of my main objectives is to make the person who hired me thrilled ...
[Added: 16 Oct 2006 Hits: 775 Words: 523]
5.||Finding Voice-Overs Online by Franz Martin|
Looking for quality talent is difficult. Looking for reliable and dedicated talent is even more difficult. So how does one find voice-over talent that is both high in quality and consistency? Voice123.com is a simple solution. The art of voice-overs does not ...
[Added: 06 Sep 2006 Hits: 710 Words: 457]
6.||Outstanding Presentations Start in the Mind: Five Secrets for Overcoming Public Speaking Anxiety by Ed Sykes|
Public speaking presents such a challenge for many people. In the Book of Lists, public speaking anxiety and making a presentation constitute the number one fear; the fear of dying is number two. Like the old saying goes, "People would rather be ...
[Added: 02 Aug 2006 Hits: 1025 Words: 1114]