Bogart, GA (PRWEB) January 27, 2006
Announcing a revolutionary new home study program provides the knowledge and training needed to help public speakers, presenters and everyone else consistently deliver funny jokes for big laughs.
"Given the right tools and the right information, anyone can easily learn to tell a funny joke that gets the big laughs consistently in just about any environment" claims comedy guru Steve Roye, founder of http://www.comedyuniversity.com.
When you try to tell a funny joke, do you get big laughs or do you get that "deer in the headlights" look? Have you heard a really funny story, only to repeat it later to blank stares? Has that ever happened to you?
Telling a joke that falls flat in everyday, casual conversation can be frustrating. But having a funny joke flop in the public speaking arena can be traumatic.
If you have ever struggled to get laughs when you attempted to tell a joke, there's a brand new home study program on the market designed to show anyone how to easily select, modify and deliver funny jokes for speeches, presentations or social events called "How To Tell A Joke Like A Pro".
"Think about how anyone usually learns how to tell a joke" states Roye. "Joke telling is learned in a very informal, indirect way and mostly involves trial and error. So unless you’re a "natural", the chances are pretty good that you may always be joke impaired." According to Roye, the ability to tell funny jokes that consistently get big laughs is primarily a knowledge based skill that can be easily learned in just a couple of hours.
Roye is well aware of the value of adding funny jokes to speeches or presentations. "Just a few appropriate, well edited and skillfully delivered jokes during any speech or presentation can make the difference between an average presentation and one that people will rave about long after it's over" says Roye.
The "How To Tell A Joke Like A Pro" program contains 2 hours of information-packed audio instruction that incorporates the same comedy techniques that professional comedians use to get the biggest laughs possible on stage. The program also includes over 100 carefully selected funny jokes, suitable for almost any environment along with several special reports.
Roye is quick to point out that you don’t have to become a comedian or develop a "funnier" sense of humor to benefit from his program. "The real secret to great joke telling is being able to adapt funny jokes to the way you actually speak and using your own natural speaking rhythm to deliver the joke. It's really pretty easy to do if you know how" says Roye.
For more information about this program, please visit http://www.comedyuniversity.com.
Global Comedy Network
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