You may be surprised to hear that comedy skills are the same skills needed in business. The reason: Learning comedy skills can help create an authentic, transparent culture and improve morale. How is this possible? Because comedy and great workplaces are founded on the same core principle: truth?
“Ah…memories, memories…Sometimes you want all back. And sometimes you want far away from all. I am thinking about you. What are you to me? Maybe you will come back to me, but maybe you will be the stranger who knows me very well.”
“Thinking of you is one of my favorite things to do. Just sayin’.”
If you must succeed in life, you must fight like a warrior. Attack with the madness of a wounded lion. Slay them all with your awesomeness. Demand for attention without any shame or reservation, not because you’re a peacock, but because you know you have so much to offer the world.
Let the thought of you give some people insomnia!!!
You find a graduate bragging that they can’t do some jobs because they have a degree moreover just 1 degree..Ohh my! just to remind you a thermometer has 100 degrees and still works under armpits.
“My grandfather once told me that there were two kinds of people: those who do the work and those who take the credit. He told me to try to be in the first group; there was much less competition.”
I do wonder how leaders at every level, based on their educational background, perform on this dimension. For example, are leaders with MBAs more or less prone to coach and develop talent in their organizations? Inquiring minds want to know.