I have discovered a killer “off the shelf” resource for those who are interested in developing “corporate” comedy material, if you can grasp this core principle:

The mechanics of laughter are exactly the SAME whether it be on the stand-up comedy stage or if you are giving a speech.

If you have read my system, you also know that…

These same laughter mechanics apply whether you are doing “edgy” material or clean material.
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5-minutesBefore I jump into what it will take to develop or “write” a 5 minute stand-up comedy routine (there is a big difference)

Keep in mind that the ultimate goal of a stand-up comedy routine is to generate an average of 18+ seconds of laughter for every performing minute (PAR Score 30+).

That is headliner level laughter no matter what spot in the line up of comedians you are in.

Now, let’s get down to the brass tacks when it comes to developing and delivering headliner level stand-up comedy material…
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Most people who set out to tackle stand-up comedy assume that the real key to success is all about mastering the “writing” – usually in the literal sense.

I don’t subscribe to that notion at all.

As a matter of fact, I know beyond a shadow of a doubt that any comedian or comedy entertainer who focuses only on “writing” as the means to get big laughs on stage…
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