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how to become a standup comedian

How to Become a Standup Comedian

By Adam Christing | January 19, 2021

I’ve often heard people say I could do stand-up comedy. I’m funny. All you have to do is just get up on stage and riff, right? Wrong, actually. As with so many art forms, stand-up comedy may seem a lot easier than it really is. Having a great sense of humor and being funny are … Read more

10 Virtual team building ideas for remote companies

10 Virtual Team Building Ideas For Remote Companies

By Adam Christing | January 13, 2021

Like Jasmine and Aladdin declared in that Disney movie years ago, it’s “a whole new world.” If they only knew what was to come as far as our new virtual reality and video conferencing capabilities, wouldn’t they be wowed? Then again, they had magic carpets and a genie that granted wishes, so perhaps not. But … Read more

Top 10 Clean Comedy Movies Of The Last Decade

Top 10 Clean Comedy Movies Of The Last Decade

By Adam Christing | January 6, 2021

We can all use some virtual entertainment and diversion these days, but movies often take it too far when it comes to foul language and certain subject matters. Everyone likes a good guffaw, but we don’t need to be grossed out or offended for that to happen. As Lord Polonius said in Shakespeare’s Hamlet, “brevity … Read more

6 funniest female comedians to watch 2021

6 Funniest Female Comedians To Watch 2021

By Adam Christing | December 31, 2020

From Mae West to Lucille Ball to Ellen and many others, funny females have been making us laugh for years. The things that women comedians crack jokes about really runs the gamut. They cover careers, control pantyhose (remember the 80s?), kids, tater tots, and literally anything because women, it turns out, are also humans. Who … Read more

5 Ways To Make Your Virtual Event An Experience To Remember

5 Ways To Make Your Virtual Event An Experience To Remember

By Adam Christing | December 23, 2020

It was Alexander Graham Bell who once said, “When one door closes, another door opens.” Even if he was just complaining about a drafty old house, he had a good point. More likely, though, he was talking about setbacks and opportunities, and the benefits of learning how to adapt and move forward. So how do … Read more

How are virtual meetings different from face to face

How Are Virtual Meetings Different From Face To Face?

By Adam Christing | December 19, 2020

If you’re like a lot of people who are working from home, you still have some distant memories of what it was like to be in the same space as your colleagues, when you could say without hesitation that they have a lower half. Nowadays, with virtual meetings being the norm, you can only verify … Read more