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Before I jump into a discussion on what may or may not be the best stand-up comedy books available on the market today, keep this in mind:

I am NOT a fan of the information that the vast majority of books on stand-up comedy offer.

As you read this article, you will find out exactly why I say that. But before you get to that part…
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Let’s assume for a moment that you’re a comedian, you hit the stage one night and manage to video a 5 minute set where you literally slay the audience at a level you have never experienced before.

I’m not talking about generating an average of 18 seconds laughter for each performing minute (minimum headliner performance level).

I’m talking about being ON FIRE – generating an average of 22-24+ seconds of audience laughter for each performing minute as evidenced by your video.
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When it comes to learning how to be a comedian…

The opening act in the stand-up comedy environment is arguably the hardest spot in a line up of comedians — particularly from a laughter generation stand point.

It’s often referred to as the “bullet taking” spot.

Here’s why that is, no matter what “level” the comedian is at when performing in that critical opening spot…
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