They say laughter is good for the soul…it’s also a great way to make your audience relax and feel more connected to you as a speaker. On this episode of The Wealthy Speaker Show, we welcome comedian Rik Roberts to share his insight on how to inject a little humor into your keynote.
Rik Roberts has performed comedy full-time since 1991. He is based in Nashville, TN with a wonderful wife, two young kids and a love for encouraging creativity. He is the host of the “School Of Laughs Podcast“. Rik teaches comedy classes online, as well as live in Nashville.
Listen to the podcast below:
Highlights you won’t want to miss:
- How I went from comedian to speaker. [0:40]
- Getting booked as a speaker vs. comedian. [4:30]
- Why and when to add humor to your speech. [8:05]
- The Rule of 3’s for comedy. [12:15]
- Self-deprecating humor…yay or nay? [16:30]
- How to incorporate humor when you’re not funny. [20:30]
- The rules of comedy. [26:00]
- Finding the humor in your story. [32:20]
How much do you love getting laughs on stage? It’s a great way to connect with your audience and put them at ease. Join us to hear comedian and speaker, Rik Roberts, share his ideas on where to find your humor and how to inject it into your keynote. Click to tweet
In 2008, at the request of an event planner, he began to deliver more programs with a mix of content and comedy. In addition to his stand-up comedy shows, he now has 3 other “programs” to offer clients. With his insight as both a speaker and a stand-up, he’s here today to offer tips on how you can “Punch up your Program with Humor”.
If you could use ideas on how to get a few laughs from the stage and where to find them, you simply can’t afford to miss this episode!
I hope you’ll download and learn.
Rik’s website: www.RikRoberts.com
Rik’s podcast: www.SchoolofLaughs.com
Brett Leake: http://brettleake.com