Friending Your Friends
Or, The Funny Thing About Friends Part 3
–By Jan McInnis, Comedian and Keynote Speaker
with people who are nice: you know, people I would want as friends. If someone isn’t nice, I put a not-so-nice note in their database record and take ‘em off the mailing list. I don’t want that kind of negative energy in my life, regardless of the money.
I’m writing this article not to brag about my friends, but in the hope that it’ll cause you to take a minute and appreciate yours. Make sure you surround yourself with great friends because I think you must choose carefully with whom to spend your valuable time on this planet. Thank you for spending some of it with me.
About the Author. . . Jan McInnis is a keynote speaker, comedian and comedy writer who has shared her customized humor keynotes with thousands of associations and corporations. She is author of 2 books Convention Comedian: Stories and Wisdom from Two Decades of Chicken Dinners and Comedy Clubs, and “Finding the Funny FAST; How to Create Quick Humor to Connect with Clients, Coworkers and Crowds.” Jan was featured in the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, and the Huffington Post for her clean humor.
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