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|Posted on October 16, 2014 at 11:32 AM||comments ()|
And you thought it was just writing jokes huh?
“Does your material and attitude carry with it an identity? -Is it consistent?”
“Can your audience figure out who you are through your jokes?”
“Is your comedy empty? Is it about stuff or is it about your stuff? Let's say it is your stuff, does it have a human connection or theme?”
Do you know for certain WHY you're telling people about WHAT you're telling them??
“After your show if an audience was asked, would they remember your name? Would they know something very personal about you?
Could they describe your 'message' or philosophy about life?”
“open up and awesome expressions take a leap forward”
“Lately I've been feeling everything it seems and it sometimes hurts and is without question confusing; but one thing for certain, it's a lot better than feeling nothing”.
Feel deeply and capture in words. That's writing.
DEALING WITH CRITICISM
Don't deal with criticism, WORK with it.
Coaching a talent is kind of delicate.You gotta get in some needed help but protect them from your own influence.
You can't teach comedy, but if you join the dojo you'll learn a hell of lot about it.
~I don't teach and I don't preach, I coach and I get in way deep... but I don't get in your way.
I don't teach stand up comedy, I coach stand up comics.
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