Here's something you'll never hear from people leaving a conference, a speech a presentation. I hated the way that speaker was so consistently funny with all those humorous stories, you'll never hear that which you do hear quite often is Oh, this person was so boring. I thought I would fall asleep. Anytime you can put humor into your stories, it's generally a good thing. There's always exceptions. But for the most part, if you can make people laugh, several things happen.
We know they're understanding you were no other get we know they're giving some level of approval. They are responding to you and they're liking what you say. So anytime you get laughs for the most part, it is a very good thing. We also know they're paying attention and they're not ignoring you off, sending email. All of those things are great. Now, you don't have to become a professional comedian.
You don't have to go to a stand up comedy course every Monday night for the next 10 weeks just to be able to tell stories in a business setting. Although it's not a bad thing if you want to do for fun, but you don't have to. This section is going to give you tips on how to use humor more effectively in any of your business and professional presentations. When telling stories.