Humor is gold in life. That is especially true when it comes to public speaking. Although humor is an important skill that can help a public speaker leave a lasting impression, many speakers believe it is a talent that one is born with. In this education session, Nasir will bust that myth and present fellow public speakers with some techniques he has learned through writing humorous speeches and observing other public speakers and comedians over the years. He will explore what makes a speaker or a speech humorous and provide patterns that he frequently uses in his speeches and stand-up comedy shows.
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