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Virtual Tips for Incorporating the Guffaw Factor

Updated: Oct 7, 2021

Nothing about the transition to virtual was inherently accessible. Because nothing like the pandemic ever happened to us in our lifetime. But we quickly learned that laughter never loses its power and that if you have to engage audiences digitally, it’s important to incorporate the guffaw factor. And that I did … through a series of Virtual Tips that I acquired along the way. Here they are folks!

Virtual Tip #3

No Matter What. Always Connect.

My mantra, as an event emcee and comedic keynote, has always been about keeping connected. I’ve kept that concept firmly in tact as I made the transition last year to all virtual, all of the time. And now I’m ready to make the subsequent transition to hybrid and of course, back to live. Always keeping connections front and center.

What follows is my next big tip for helping you engage and connect with your audience. No matter what the circumstances. But there’s just one twist.

An interloper takes control and makes serious business, seriously funny. Could it be Chad, my identical half-brother? Take a look.

Virtual Tip #2

Be Big. Be Bold.

During the past 9 months, I've learned what it takes to deliver virtual presentations that engage. And I promised a series of pointers to help you along. What follows is the second in the series. In Virtual Tips #1, you learned how wearing a simple pair of glasses can make you appear smarter, cooler and well-informed.

In Virtual Tips #2, you'll learn how to grab your audience by the virtual collar, draw them in and leave a lasting impression. So buckle up folks, it's going to be a raucous ride. Have fun!

Simply click on the side-splitting, how-to video link below and take a peek at what BIG and BOLD looks like.

Virtual Tip #1

Get Yourself a Pair of Glasses

Working as a virtual emcee for the past 6 months, I've learned what it takes to deliver an effective virtual presentation that engages your audience. I'll share some of these best practices over the next few weeks to help boost your confidence so that you too can be more successful.

For now, get ready for tip #1. It’s a real spectacle for sure.

Simply click on the link below and get clear on what can make virtual better. It's called laughter!


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