Sticking to comedy and humor keynotes is not enough me! Part 3
–By Jan McInnis, Comedian and Keynote Speaker
My life is cluttered with these and more unperfected hobbies and that’s okay with me. I don’t want to leave this planet without at least trying the things that look like fun . . . and you shouldn’t either. So take a look at your daily routine and see where you can save a few minutes by not doing something you don’t enjoy. Maybe it’s time to trade out the blush for the bicycle!
About the Author. . .Comedian and professional speaker Jan McInnis has shared her customized humor keynotes with thousands of associations and corporations, and she is the author of 2 books: “Convention Comedian” and “Finding the Funny Fast.” She was also featured in the Wall Street Journal ,
the Washington Post, and the Huffington Post for her clean humor.
Quote from a recent client: “Selecting a keynote speaker is a leap of faith. You might have recommendations and watch videos, but you really never know what you’re getting until that moment on the podium. Jan, I’m pleased to say that you greatly exceeded our high expectations. After your presentation, we had members who said things like, “I normally don’t like humorous keynote presentations, but I loved Jan! She was both much funnier than I expected and had really great insights.” The faith we placed in you turned out to be well founded. Thanks and congratulations on your efforts.”
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Perfecting Nothing - Sticking to Comedy and Humor Keynotes is not Enough
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The SANDY Rules - Keynoting at Commencement
Watching the Nutcraker Ballet 22 Times
My Dog Corpuscle - A Funny Name Foreshadowing My Future as a Keynote Speaker
Friending Your Friends - Or the Funny Thing About Friends
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Too Sane for Fame - A Comedian's Dilemma
Looping Through Life - A Comedian's Observations
Stripper Clothing - Laughing at Labels
How I launched my comedy career because of $39 bucks - Listening to Your Inner Voice
Helpful Useless Information - Stuff I learned in My Comedy Career
The Inconvenience of Convenience - It's Kinda Funny
Comedy Wisdom - Comedy Advice I’ve Learned The Hard Way
Communicating in a Perfect World - A Comedian’s Take On Communications