Do You Talk Funny?

7 comedy habits to become a better public speaker

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David NihillMaker@funnybizzsf · Founder, FunnyBizz
Cheers Matt. I have seen your fine words and raised them with a non bias upvote :). This version is not out in print with the publishers until March 2016 so its very early access and lots of laughs to a topic (public speaking for business) that generally is about as entertaining as a dead penguin :)
Matt EllsworthHunter@mattellsworth · Ex-VC @ 500 Startups, now maker of tings
Man, new edition of an already great (audio) book. I read the first edition when I started doing standup comedy. New version is a lot more polished. Plus, David is the man. Without his encouragement I wouldn't have done standup in the first place.
Tam Pham@mrtampham · Community at Mixergy
I read the first version and I was super impressed. David sent me the revised copy and he just made it even better. If you ever wanted to "talk funny" and up your public speaking game... This is the book for you.