Which is easier – writing or talking? Yet most new comedians feel that they are somehow obligated to to “write” their stand-up comedy material in a fashion intended for a reader, NOT a live audience. This article identifies why that is more than problematic. Continue reading How To “Write” Stand-up Comedy Material The Hard Way
One of the big problems many new comedians have (including me when I first started) is that they abandon what made them funny offstage for something “better” onstage. This article talks about why this can be a crippling issue and causes that talent to be ignored. Continue reading Is Your True Comedy Talent Actually Making It To The Stage Or Is It Being Held Back?
If you go to any comedy open mic anywhere, you don’t see success – you see most people flop. And it’s not because of a lack of talent. This article discusses why new comedians tend to be predisposed for failure when they start the process of becoming a comedian. Continue reading Are New Comedians Predisposed To Struggle Needlessly?
Have you heard that you need to develop some sort of unique character or persona in order to have success as a comedian? If that’s what you want to believe, then you might want to pass on what this revealing article has to offer about this popular myth. Continue reading The Truth About Developing A Character For Stand-up Comedy
Let’s take a look at the value of time as it is spent starting a stand-up comedy career, assuming that your time has some sort of assigned monetary value. I’m taking this approach because… People seem to understand the value Continue reading The Value Of Your Time When Starting A Stand-up Comedy Career