Want To Give Speeches Or Presentations That Get The Big Laughs?

If you are looking to improve your ability to generate audience laughter from your public speaking endeavors, then you have landed on a website resource like no other.

My name is Steve Roye and for over two decades I have been training comedians at all levels how to use their comedy talent in ways that simply DO NOT fall in line with the “conventional” methodologies that largely DON’T WORK to generate audience laughs.

The exact same “conventional” methodologies that hold comedians back also permeate the world of public speaking as well.

To the extent that I can, I want to dramatically improve the way people approach funny public speaking.

As a matter of fact…

I am more than willing to say and factually defend that much of what people know, perceive or think they know about adding comedy and humor to speeches and presentations is DEAD WRONG.

And trying to use inaccurate information to reach any goal that you might have is no different than trying to use a map of New York city to find a location in Chicago.

Let me give you just one example of what I am talking about. I’ll start with a simple yes or no question:

Are you under the impression that in order to get laughs from a funny speech or presentation, it needs to be written in a way that makes it funny?

If your answer to that question was YES…

Then unfortunately you have already significantly reduced (or possibly even eliminated) your ability to generate the laughter levels you want from any speech or presentation.

Let me put this another way – anyone who can’t understand that there are major differences between writing and talking is akin to not being able to recognize that there are major differences between an apple and a banana.

Well, not understanding those differences can mean the difference between soaring like an eagle or flopping like a fish out of water in front of audiences.

Hint: You can use any search engine and use the term “differences between writing and talking” to examine any number of the MILLIONS of pages that explore these differences.

What I really want to do here more than anything is to smash the myths and misconceptions people have about adding comedy and humor to speeches and presentations.

I also want to provide an alternative approach to speech and presentation development, delivery and audience laughter generation that is more in line with the way people naturally use and apply the sense of humor and comedy talent.

The starting point is my blog with public speaking tips for adding humor to speeches and presentations. This will provide the prerequisite information folks will need in order to overcome the typical mainstream brainwashing that most people are trapped in when it comes to developing and delivering funny speeches and presentations.

Ultimately there will be a online course available specifically for public speaking professionals and enthusiasts that provides step-by-step instruction on how to easily use and apply the techniques and strategies that I have to offer – the exact same powerful methodologies that are used by pro comedians.

Thank you for stopping by and I truly hope that what I have to offer you in the way of insight and information truly helps you in your funny public speaking adventures!