4 Responses to The Power of Rituals In Comedy

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  3. Neil brown says:

    I really like this. I’m a new comedian stepping in and and working to make a name. I really do appreciate you putting this up. It’s full If great info and can really be a great help. Thanks again

    • Hey Neil!

      Thanks for the props! Here’s a few other posts that might help you get your bearings:

      • Handling Bombing On Stage – bombing is inevitable, and preparing yourself for the emotional hit is crucial. Many good comedians have quit stand-up not because they’re not funny, but because they never learn how to handle failure.
      • Zen and the Art of Stand-up – fundamental best practices with regards to writing comedy.
      • The Power of Full Engagement – comedy can turn into a chore if not balanced with rest and rejuvenation.

      Glad to have you aboard! If you need any help, feel free to drop me a line anytime via jagdeocomedy [@] gmail [.] com.

      Take care man!


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