All Reviews Written by Liz Theodore

Liz Theodore comes from Talco, USA and has been a member since May 16, 2013
by Stanley Lyndon
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User's review (posted on May 15, 2013)
It's great exploring the world of humor

It’s easier to be around people now that I’ve developed a sense of humor. I’m an assistant and my boss usually leaves me to entertain visitors while he’s busy with other clients or with paperwork. I was an ok conversationalist before, but my boss told me I should give clients, applicants, and business partners a better impression of the company. He made me attend several seminars on speaking, confidence boosting, and self-development. But I think my personal remedy worked best. How to be Funny is filled with information on how to develop sense of humor and creativity. It’s true that some people are born with it, but it’s also a skill that can be learned. I found the right way to learn it and it’s through this book. My mind is so trained now, that I can find something fun or funny to talk about in an instant. There is still a lot to learn when it comes to being a “humorist,” and it’s an exciting new avenue I’m exploring right now.