The Non-Comedian’s Guide to Making Jokes in Presentations
from duarte, ago in
There’s nothing like a laugh. And when standing in front of people, presenting an idea, you can wedge your way into their hearts and minds through their funny bone. Study tips and the pros who use them to effectively weave humor into your next presentation.
was a euphemistic way of saying "Jewish". These resorts were a popular vacation spot for New York City Jews between the 1920s and the 1970s. Beginning
from HenriettaLamb, ago in
Irmela Wendt, Harold I. Mathis, published 1998, 208 pages
Funny People is a 2009 American comedy-drama film written, produced and directed by Judd Apatow. It stars Adam Sandler, Seth Rogen and Leslie Mann, featuring
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from fangQin, ago in
I laugh so hard that my stomach begin to suffer a pain, these stories are too funny, I can’t imagine there are so funny things in the world, I hope all of you can read it, it can’t harm you anything but must bring you happiness http://www.goweirdfacts.com/
Marcy Gordon, published 2012, 203 pages
2010 American comedy film starring Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz. The film, directed by James Mangold, is Cruise and Diaz’s second on-screen collaboration
Travel brands and brand storytelling [research]
from Headstream, ago in
Whilst brand storytelling is certainly alive and well, and increasingly being used by brands as a marketing activity, a Google search quickly reveals how many different definitions there are on the subject. We therefore commissioned this in-depth research to gain a better understanding of what brand storytelling means from a consumer’s perspective and how this is relevant to travel brands.
unknown, published unknown, 64 pages