Booking Excuses

Today’s episode is about the reasons people use to NOT book you for an event. I do understand that my keynote and comedy may not fit for everyone, but getting feedback on why it wasn’t a match is sometimes really hard. Listen here for the most over-used...

Being a Corporate Comedian

Corporate Comedian is not a new term or an old term. It’s a made-up term that I made up. And I’ve been a corporate comedian for over 20 years. On today’s episode, I share a quick story on how I came up with the name and why I came up with...

Remembering Stuff in Comedy

I wish I could remember everything from my comedy career because I’ve had some fun experiences. Names and faces are the worst for me because I just don’t have the knack for them. Here’s a story about meeting a famous guy, having lunch with him, and...

My Comedy Rules

Do you have rules for your business? Regardless of whether you’re self-employed or working for a big corporation, you should write rules that reflect your values and what you will or won’t put up with. Having rules helps guide you when you’re faced...

Having a Bad Show – comedian Frank King

Having a bad show for a comedian is part of the gig because not everyone likes your humor. But my buddy comedian Frank King had someone who overreacted BIG time to not liking his jokes. So I’m turning this podcast over to him to tell the story about having a bad...

Worrying and Comedy

Whenever you move into something new/different there are new/different worries that come with it. And as I went from marketing employee to comedian full-time, there were LOTS of things to worry about. Here’s one thing that helped me take the sting out of the...