The Stand-up Secret That No One Else Will Tell You

IMPORTANT: The detailed information provided in this special report is intended exclusively for those who are serious about taking a shot at stand-up comedy or who are interested in adding comedy to speeches or presentations AND who DO NOT want to suck for an extended period of time in the process. In other words, if that’s not you — don’t waste your time with this special report.

If you are reading this, the chances are pretty good that:

  • You are recognized as a funny person in everyday life and…
  • You are looking to apply your ability to cause others to laugh off stage to stand-up comedy or public speaking.

So if that describes you, then here’s the secret that no so-called comedy “expert” will tell you…

You have already been producing and delivering stand-up comedy material for YEARS, whether you realize it or not.

Every time you express yourself and cause others to laugh, you use highly specialized comedy techniques that are specific to you, the way you talk and the way you express yourself.

Unfortunately, that’s NOT what the comedy “experts” will tell you at all.

As a matter of fact…

According to the majority of comedy “experts” — what you do to cause friends, family, coworkers and acquaintances to laugh in casual conversation just DOES NOT even “rise” to a professional level and is not actually worthy of consideration for use as a comedian or speaking professional.

I know this for a fact because if they did think your natural comedy talent was valuable at all on a professional level they would show you how to use it to make audiences laugh instead of focusing peddling processes that simply do not work for the vast majority of people.

So in this special report I want try to help you to determine for yourself if the “funny” that you use in casual conversations is valuable on stage or from behind a podium.

Why? Because it can make the difference between struggling needlessly to figure out what to say to an audience and…

Actually having access to more stand-up comedy material than you have stage time to deliver it! That is NOT hyperbole by the way.

In order to do this, I am going to present a series of questions that you will want to answer for yourself honestly.

I will present information regarding each question for you to consider along the way.

And I want to encourage you at every possible juncture to do your own research and investigation as I present this material.

Here’s the reality:

What I am about to present to you is important information that you are conditioned to overlook, ignore or discount as having real value.

I am talking specifically about information that can make a remarkable difference in the speed of your success at generating audience laughter in any performing or speaking environment.

So let’s start with the primary question that you need answer for yourself:

What are the primary differences between making people laugh in everyday conversations and making people laugh when a stand-up comedy routine is delivered to an audience?

Seems like a simple question, does it not? Don’t be fooled — the vast majority of people CANNOT answer this correctly and that’s because…

Most people have been conditioned to believe that generating audience laughter as a comedian or a speaking professional is vastly different than what happens when making friends, family, coworkers and acquaintances laugh when interacting with them.

I want to point out something that is very important about that question before I move forward.

Notice that the question focuses on causing people to laugh — specifically I am referring to the actual process of:

Talking and expression which causes people to laugh out loud as a result.

This is an important distinction when it comes to nailing down what the real differences are between causing people to laugh in everyday conversations and when delivering a stand-up comedy routine and…

Figuring out why it matters when it comes to making audience laugh. One last thing…

While the remainder of this special report will focus on comedians, the information provided is just as applicable to public speaking.

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