PODCAST: Have you considered using humor in your presentations? There are several advantages to doing so. Listen to this month’s episode to learn six of the benefits of using humor in your presentations.
Category Archives: The Power of Humor
“I really think that you can maintain an audience’s attention through humor,” says Featured Speaker Al Rubeling. Research has shown that 20 seconds of laughter can double one’s heart rate for the following three to five minutes. With an increased heart rate, it is hard to nod off. Laughter also […]
This episode of the Public Speaking Super Powers Podcast features Carma’s interview with Julie Friend, a strategic business advisor with Gemstone Partners. Podcast Highlights Length: 11 minutes, 34 seconds Julie Friend believes in putting in rehearsal and preparation time for her presentations. Given that her topic is data privacy security […]
This episode of the Public Speaking Super Powers Podcast features Carma’s interview with Rabbi Edgar Weinsberg, Ed.D., D.D. Rabbi Ed is an ordained Rabbi, gerontologist and healthcare educator. He is the co-author of Conquer Prostate Cancer: How Medicine, Faith, Love, and Sex Can Renew Your Life. Rabbi Ed has appeared […]
Before I get on with this subject, I want to make sure we are the same page. The difference between an introvert and an extrovert is how we recharge our energy. An introvert recharges by having alone time and loses energy in a crowd. An extrovert is the opposite, being […]
This episode of the Public Speaking Super Powers Podcast features Carma’s interview with Sherry Richardson. Sherry started Alan Cox Automotive in 1983 with Alan and became sole owner in 1996. She speaks publicly about vehicle service and maintenance to educate and empower women and men. She also speaks about being […]
In this Special Edition podcast, we’re going to do something a little different. Several of my featured speakers talked about the Power of Humor. But for many, getting humor right is a challenge — myself included. Enter Brad Schreiber, author of What Are You Laughing At? How to Write Humor […]