“My Friends Think I’m Funny.” And That Means…

If your friends think you are a funny person, does that mean that you have what it takes to become a comedian? The short answer is probably yes and potentially no. This article discusses the details you need to know to answer this common question for yourself. Continue reading “My Friends Think I’m Funny.” And That Means…

Overcoming Stage Fright Is A Big Deal

Fear of public speaking or stage fright is a fairly common condition many new comedians experience. The article discusses why you need to get rid of it as soon as possible if you want to have the stage comfort necessary to be yourself and use all of your comedy talent. Continue reading Overcoming Stage Fright Is A Big Deal

4 Important Considerations For Delivering Headliner Level Laughter As A Comedian

Want to be on the fast track as a new comedian? This article identifies 4 important factors that can directly impact a comedian’s ability to generate headliner level stand-up comedy material (which directly impacts your progress speed). Continue reading 4 Important Considerations For Delivering Headliner Level Laughter As A Comedian

Yes, You Can Tell Stories As A Comedian

Don’t pay attention to anyone who tells you that you can’t tell stories on stage as a comedian. Just look at some of the successful comedians who do. This article pinpoints some of the big advantages that come with telling stories in a stand-up comedy routine. Continue reading Yes, You Can Tell Stories As A Comedian

The Anatomy Of A Stand-up Comedy Joke

Simply knowing the parts of a joke is not much help when it comes to creating and delivering a stand-up comedy routine that generates big laughs. This article explains in detail why the “standard” information provided as actionable is really not actionable at all. Continue reading The Anatomy Of A Stand-up Comedy Joke