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Humor in Public Speaking: Masterclass

teacher avatar Vaibhav Nahata, Champion in Making

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Lessons in This Class

25 Lessons (4h 5m)
    • 1. Introduction

    • 2. Understanding Humor & Its Utility

    • 3. How Lincoln used Humor

    • 4. 7 things about Humour

    • 5. Power of Humour & its laws

    • 6. Types of Humor (Part 1)

    • 7. Laws of Humour (Part 2)

    • 8. Laws of Humour (Part 3)

    • 9. Quotations and Lists

    • 10. Predictions, One liners, Props, Puns

    • 11. Working on Verbal Humor

    • 12. Hyperbole, Irony, Parody, Understatement

    • 13. MAP Model of Humour

    • 14. Introduction to THREES

    • 15. THREES Explained

    • 16. Double Intrende and Malaprop

    • 17. Pun and Reforming

    • 18. Simple Truth, Triples and Harmony

    • 19. Where To Use Humour In Speech

    • 20. Humour In Beginning

    • 21. Humour In Middle, End & Introduction To Inheriting Humour

    • 22. Identify things that make you laugh

    • 23. 4 further steps to inculcate humor

    • 24. 7 further steps to put humor in speech

    • 25. Conclusion

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As a speaker, confidence, content etc. are important but humor is a very powerful tool to help you build awesome connection and use that to further achieve the best outcomes you want to achieve as a speaker. In last few years i spent lots of time to learn this art and am glad to bring it to you in form of this course.

This course talks about
-Various types of humour
-Theories associated to Humor
-Different techniques to apply Humor
-How to utilize humor and put it into speech
-Examples and demonstrations of Humor

I hope you achieve your learning outcomes with this course

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1. Introduction: I've been practicing public speaking for years, but yet Huo was the hardest part of it. I struggled a lot. I tried this. I just try to be funny and it rather turned out the other way down. But later, I spent a lot of time learning deeper into understanding humor and how to make it rather natural. So in this course, I'm going to show you about how you can make human and natural part of your public speech. That it looks seamless and you're not pretending to be funny, but the humor comes out of Bitcoin. So if you're willing and looking to learn about how to apply Huo in your speeches and the most fun game up, just joined this course. Listen to this course because you have tons of valuable content, which I learned, which helped me transform from being a good serious speaker to a fantastic funds speaker. So register now and I'll crack jokes all along the way because we are talking about humid in a course of public speaking. 2. Understanding Humor & Its Utility: Okay, so welcome inside the course, you know, before we go into this, let me just tell you, humid in public speaking is word changed the whole game for me. I was a great speaker and it took you a lot of effort for me to develop my speech, use and use of hard work to actually come up with worthy content, engaging audience, and all of that stuff. But even though I could make people cry, even though I could connect with people, even though I could, you know, do a lot of other things, making them laugh was a major challenge that I faced. It was not until I put a lot of energy to actually learn this skill of humor in public speaking. Be very careful and very careful. I'm very, very specific when I've used the word. Learn this skill of using humor in public speaking, because it is a skill, it can be lowered like anything else in the world. And when you have that mindset, that okay, this is just a skill like handwriting that you learned, pauses, kill, they can language. We learned those skills. And this is a much easier skill is well, I thought it was very hard, but over time, when they kept doing it, boom, it is so much easy and I use it so, so regularly. So let's go step ahead right now looking at the human aspect of public speaking. Now, in this course, I have put a lot of effort to make it organized for you. But for this course, what my interest was addressed in the effort to make it organized. I don't want to mess the whole thing up for you. Well, this course has a lot of independent output, lot of structures out structured output that will help you become a better human person in published, we guide them is that it's even a word, but I'm sure you got what I'm trying to say. You see there are different types of humor that we're going to learn. You're going to learn some really powerful techniques and as much as possible, as long as possible. My intention is to give you examples of almost everything we talk about because I have been in your student, I have been a student. I am a student in a way of different things that I'm trying to learn. And the last thing I like as a student is someone talking about a wonderful concept, but the am not able to actually understand and implement it at the end of the day. So I've taken very specific care to make sure that that does not happen to you. We learned initially about different types of tumor. We'll talk about various specific techniques, not one, not two, not three. And I've saved specific powerful techniques because we have classified them in so many different ways. So as we go ahead, I want you to remember this first of all, that laughter is the shortest distance between two people. You see as a public speaker, I can see you this certainly. You need to connect with people. Well, you need to speak in a way that people can listen to your speech. Go back to the room and see, well, I heard that speech and that guy was speaking my language. The last thing you want to do as a speaker is come up with amazing concept ideas. People's content is the king. Well it is, But Huo is what makes them the lovely king you getting me write, the intellectuals won't demanded most often the older people like it but don't expect it. But the younger audience that is right now for them, almost I would say if you want to connect all, most, the element of humor is time that compulsory. So very powerful, very important, very essential skill that we need to learn on unsharp. You are willing to learn it today in this specific course. So yeah, let's go ahead. If you're, if you want to learn about fear and all that stuff, you have different segments of that as well in different courses. So let's go ahead right now my idea of fence. Okay, so first of all, even before I go ahead and talk to you about why we need to do humor or, you know, what are different types of U12 question is, why do we need humor babel? Why does it make any sense at all that I took an extra effort, you know, if I'm content, raise the audience's going to listen to me, right? If I have amazing, amazing speed that I'm giving, why minima audience not listed like, why do I have to put an extra effort to get the humor right? You know, I'm going to give you various reasons, many of them. But I want to ask you as well, when you listen, it wouldn't do love to actually have fun and learn at the same time. Because let's be honest. Learning is kind of boring, but humor plus learning is kinda fun as well, isn't it? So what I'm trying to tell you, my dear friend, is that you need to bring together that element of humor in your public speech. The question is, how do you do that? Now, I'm going to tell you that I had a lot, but again, once again, before we go to the next slide. So I want you to question yourself. Why do we need whom are like, Why I am? Because once you realize the value of something, you're much more likely to actually put conscious effort to learning it, right? If you have to have food, but you are not hungry. And someone says, Well half will, maybe you will have will read, but it won't be that much of a fund. My intention is to make this whole journey fun for you as well, right? So question yourself. Why do you need humor? Why is it essential for you in your specific speech and when you have that specific reason, okay, this is why I need your main my speech and this is also important need of human-made easing of wanting humor can be different to your reason of wanting, you may as well. So let's go step ahead right now because we have already discussed in brief about why we need about some specific reasons. Now, I'm going to give you 12 reasons specifically right now. But before we go ahead and talk about each of them, I need you to know that these two reasons, I just some of the reasons you're going come out and say, well, there are 39 reasons I will agree with you as well. But I listed down something and I took reference as well to find out these are the two most important ones, right? Number 1, it makes you more like cable. I mean, who does not want to connect with people more? Is there pool guy in your classroom? Just think for a moment. If there's a cool guy in your classroom, you'll also relate that that guy is much more likely, but in via the likable is because people laugh at their job. They're able to connect on that jokes and that is really powerful. The other reason to use humor is it helps you to connect with people. And remember, this connection is what builds attention. Again, connection is what built attention. And it helps you connect with people in a better way in the audience in general and people as well. So that's where you need humor as a skill when we're talking about public speaking. The other reason is it at houses interest and keeps attention of people. I've said this before as well. People in general like to have fun. People in general enjoy having fun people in general like to love, people in general like to enjoy and all that stuff as well. Now here's the important thing that you need to realize and I need to understand as well. If you want to have attention, you need to develop interests. And if you want to develop interests, it is very, very powerful that you understand and learn the skill, right? The other thing is it helps, helps to empathize on points and ideas. Now, what is empathy? If you have taken on dopamine course, you know, because I talk a lot about it, but let me tell you if you don't, empathy means being in the shoes of other people and feeling what they're feeling. And when you are empathizing with people, they'll humorous thing that happened in our life. And if you can refreeze it in front of people, they can really connect well with you. It is awesome. It is fantastic for you, for your audience and everybody else as well. The other thing is, is deserves on hostility and what is hostility? Well, you know, it already hostilities a very, very powerful emotion, a connect between, you know, between two people. So hostilities something that you intend to develop and that is enabled by that skill. The other thing is stores that you are not, you don't pay closer to seniors the end. That is very important, as I've said it before as well. The last thing you want to do as a speaker is to make them realize that you are the boss and they are just the listeners, right? You want to be in the same field and see him leave with them. So if you want to be in the same league with them, make sure you realize that you are not taking yourself so seriously. And if you're not taking the awesome so seriously, you're allowing yourself to experiment with allowing yourself to take risk. And that is super essential right? Now. The other thing is it makes information more memorable. Now if you remember you loved at some moment, you are much more likely to remember it. Then in general, this is a natural human phenomenon. The Navy, right, there's nothing pushing about it. So the other thing I want you to understand is it makes information more memorable. And if it is more memorable, it is better, right? It lightens up really any material. Well, here's the thing with heavy materials. If you have a really worthy content talking about some conspiracy or something, or you're getting what I'm saying, right? Physics concept and stuff. People get bored just listening to it and then you can ahead elements of humor into your content or speeds you're dreaming your bookshop, your teaching in general, it is very helpful to connect with people, right? It answers the question, everyone who wants to ask that another region. Now that's the another reason, but I want to make sure I'm not just lending goals for no reason for use. I'll keep it concise yet. Now, improving health, of course, no questions. That humor helps improve health while you're speaking. The other reason is it is antidote for stress. You know, that when we love, we can't be angry. When we're angry, we can't love and we're nervous. We can't, you know, you've got the whole idea, right? So these are two independent entities. Now, if you want, I encourage you to go in the section below and share what photo are important reasons, important tools are important reasons that we need to as PGC, the more you interact even though we're not live right now, maybe you can comment below or write down whatever you want. We're engaging together and when they engaging learning is much more better way to happen. Investing time, intermediate investing time into this course, right? And if you're doing that, why not have the most of it? It does not make sense if you're having just a part of it, right. So yeah, I hope you've got a brief idea of it and I'll see you in the next video. 3. How Lincoln used Humor: Okay, So my dear friends, let me come down to fairly important anecdote. Now, you've seen Lincoln is considered a very good example of someone who leveraged on humor to actually impact people in a very large-scale. Same example that's very, very popular, that when he was running for the precedent, there were people calling him to feast On racism. You know, he sees certain things here and there. And then he said, you know, that they said that Lincoln is doubles these two-phase detox, you know, he's a hypokalemia. He talks something here and something else. The other re-entry and then he said friends, I asked you if I were to faces fused would have been raising this one right here was he believed in part of humor. And if you see there are tons of influential people who do believe in the power of humor today. Just take names. It is not in remote in India or it is Mr. Barack Obama was very influential, or it is, you know, tons of people. I, when I see this, I don't mean that Martin Luther King was not great because it did not use a lot of humor. I'm just saying that there are different tools and humor is an amazing tool as well that you can use to connect with your audience, your people. Very, very amazing. We say if Lincoln use it, is, barackobama is using it. If they reenter movies using it. If there are tons of world leaders were using it all at the same time, there might be a very important reason rate. It might be super powerful. So why not give it a go on your end as well? And if you can come up with that intention, I have so much further to teach you just before we go ahead, I wanted to give you this anecdote, this good story. And now we'll move ahead with our course content. 4. 7 things about Humour: Okay, so now onto your friends, an important question to ask for ourselves is what is you more actually, because you see there's so many concepts about humor, so many ideologies. But how do we consider something humorous, right? It is important for us to question these very basic and fundamental questions because they become the basis of how we build our whole understanding about humor public speaking and using humor in public speaking as well. So let's go a step further and analyze this, okay? Now when you see what is humor, of course it is a very, very broad into question. But again, we can look at specifically as what is humor for my audience or what is humor to me? So let's go step ahead of the question. I'm going to save you seven things that I believe you must know about humor. But what is this shared pay seven things you see again as this happens before it went as this has happened before. It's when, let me tell you straight away, these are the seven that I ought to write are important. You can come up with 36 and they might all be true as well. I came up with these seven because I thought that D7 are worthy. But let's go ahead and find out what among these seven are you? Do you find most true or most worthy, or you can give a lot of terms to it right now. Okay, let's do it right now. Okay. Let's do it. The seven things that I believe you need to know about humor. The first thing is it can change the way you see yourself and the world around you. You see you. I'll give you an understanding of it. Your sense of humor is this for you? First of all, your sense of humor isn't enlightened perspective. It has the power of transforming your life. It makes everything more interesting, even in times of stress and boredom. It can reframe problem that seems like dead end and turn into something you can deal with. Here's something so powerful, identified some time the other day that if you can learn to laugh at the worst of the situations of your life, nothing that can stop you from becoming trait because, you know, when it's hard, you're able to find something to laugh about. And in general as well, every day there are 1440 minutes, about more than 85, 1000 seconds if I'm not wrong, right? And if it doesn't look each of them independently and enjoy each of them, that would be amazing. If each of them is a little challenging. What Huemer enables at least, is V able to, v are able to enjoy a few more than we generally do. And that, I believe is no less than a superpower, right? So I need you to note that this is the power of humor. It can see really changed the way we see ourselves and the world around us. You know, you'll have someone who understands the yield you when they understand your sense of humor. And that's what you would see. That if you have really close friends, a few of them, not a lot. They are really able to understand your sense of humor when most people are not able to. That's the power of humor, That's the beauty of humor that I'm talking about because the people closer to you can interpret it while the people who are a little farther might find it a little bit challenging. So first of all, very important to know that it can change the way you see yourself and the world around you. Let's go step for the media friends. Let's have a look at the number two. It says it improves relationships. You know, your sense of humor makes relationships who work now, how does this work? Well, I'll explain to you, You see all great relationship. I have one thing in common, they laugh at each other. They depend on those aims of humor. Extensive interviews of married couples and surveys of online dating communities identifies sense of humor as one of the key important things. Levin humor, similar in very special v, both had meant to be shared. You see the power of this. Now, I don't know you, but if you were young, you see humor. What pulls works as a very good trigger for men to have good initial connection or relationship with women or women to have that with men, you know, guys with goals, goals with guys. And then a long-term as well when they're able to love their course. Challenge at times into every relationship. But one, when one is able to laugh on someone else, then the other is able to laugh on someone first. It builds just an environment where it is peaceful, where they allowed to do certain things that they wouldn't be able to do otherwise. So yeah, it plays a really vital and important role into relationship. You know, your sense of humor always feels good, it will never meet you feel bad, you know, in certain situations. So humor works. So yeah, very important to understand this aspect of humor. Let's go step further. My dear friends fall out of five Dr. recommend you. But what I want yet, which means 80 percent, it means 10 room, eight people, eight of the doctors will say that humor is something that I recommend. Why? Because it boost immune system. You know, laughter and cheerfulness have been shown. Raise immune system, lymphocyte is natural killer cells and Gama in for tension. It can help predict release. Chronic stress at the root of disease and symptoms such as headaches, high blood pressure, heard attacks and ulcers because then you're laughing, you're releasing stress. And stress is directly related to other hormones such as courser to AutoZone. And if your sense of humor can help of lowered them. Also we get dopamine, the sense of dopamine release when humerus and this is the same emotional released him chemical least that we get when we have certain other things going in our body like drugs or anything like that. So yeah, laughter can be replaced with drugs in a way and just kidding, right? Okay. Now everybody has that sense of humor. Okay? Sometimes it is said that a person lacks a sense of humor, but this is fundamental. You don't. Everybody has sense of humor. Chances are the other person's sense of humor differs from yours. But that does not mean they don't have. You'll see. When we say that someone doesn't have sense of humor, we are really seeing that we don't feel connected to them. So everybody has a sense of humor. It is just different if you go to a few bunch of people who wouldn't start ups, what they laugh at and what the other people laugh. It can be different. Similarly, if you go with a bunch of people who cook food, the joke that big bag and the jokes the other people crack can be significantly different. The thing is, everybody's job can be different, but joke in itself is a powerful thing. And almost all of us share that as a common thing between us. So, in a way, human beings, human together, humans together because everybody has it in some way or the other. There's a few ways faculty of perception as essential as physical, sense of touch, smell, taste, hearing, and so it's very important guys. Okay. Now more changes. Your sense of humor does not, your sense of humor is not a mode. I think it was very important to understand because some people be like, I don't have a very good mood right now, so I cannot be humidifiers and stuff like that. Well, moods can change, but your sense of humor does not. Your sense of humor is not your mood. Now you see moods come and go. You know, you feel happy, sometimes you feel blissful, sometimes, you feel angry sometimes. But your sense of humor is always with you even when you are not aware of it. Does it ever happen to you that you are in a very serious situation, something really does happen and still you feel like laughing. All of us have been through that phase and this is just an indication that our sense of humor is not a mood as independent. And we can feel that at any point of time, a mad mood can temporarily covered it first short, but your sense of humor can't be erased. Your sense of humor can help you take off bad mood, right? Mealtimes, a good mood. Bad mood is simply a refusal to listen to your sense of humor. This is so powerful, isn't it? A bad mood is simply a refusal to listen to your own sense of humor. Sense of humor is way of seeing and experiencing the delight in the world that belongs to you, even in hard times. Okay. Now, it is, it is welcome. Now I'm going to the sixth one. It is a welcome mat for solution to your problems. You see what sense of humor does. It gives you an alternative perspective which you did not have before. You start looking things from the angle and V that you were not looking before. And that becomes a great tool or privileging tool, enlightening tool for you to look at the same problem in a different development. I have not seen that in this way. Maybe it can be seen this way, right? So your sense of humor is a profound force of attraction. Wherever you are, whatever you have, or whenever you want. None of it is envoys enjoyable without a sense of humor, It's like flavor to your food, right? It's deliciousness in life. It transforms fear of unknown into those Shazam. For what lies ahead. You'll always find it relaxing because it is just for being, you know, if you fake it, it is not relaxing it. It's amazing when you can feel it, you know, when you can enjoy it and stuff like that. Okay, I'm coming to the final thing over Europe. It is the real you, your sense of humor can't be fake. You can. Now here's the thing. You can feed jokes. You can fake other things, but you cannot feed your sense of humor. Sense of humor is different than joke. Sense of humor is different than a story full of humor that you dealt isn't a nature, right? Have you ever felt like you couldn't be your servants or situations? That usually means Jenna's situation. You don't feel comfortable sensing your sense of humor because you can't crack jokes about food in a banquet where people are talking about startups, possibly in most conditions, right? So that's another thing. It is the deal, your sense of humor, it represents you as a person. It's your brand ambassador. And ultimately, sense of humor is about trust, especially the ability to trust yourself. When you trust yourself, you don't have to take yourself too seriously, and then you can enjoy your sense of humor. We see our sense of humor expresses our capacity to give and receive to Kim and let go and enjoy whatsoever live brings with us. So yeah, that's it. I wanted to talk about hues. What I want to finally tell you before we go ahead, we all began laughing when we were only a few months old before we couldn't even talk. So don't ever stop. And I'm going to have a good discussion about it in further videos, but that's it for this video. See you in the further videos, guys. 5. Power of Humour & its laws: Okay, So let us continue to start building on where we left it the last very time even having a conversation. You see if you remember us as kids, There's one thing very short about us. We love to love. We love to laugh for reasons we love to laugh for no specific reasons. We love to enjoy. We love to make the most of those enjoyments. We love to create, beloved, to build, we love to break, we love, we love to actually have a lot of fun. But what happened over the years is more and more of the logic develop and our imaginations keep venting. Now, I'll give you a quick example. Just near my home lives alkyd, his name is for time and a lot of other kids like that that lived near my home. And what basically happened is they were playing with breaks, trying to build walls, something like that randomly. His father has a business of construction items, so that's why I believe we were doing that. Now, I worked there from the terrorists and see those kids and ask, are you doing? They look at me and I look at them and start laughing. What the heck are you doing? And they look back and say, we are building a factory babble right over here. If I have a brother and I'm like, What do you mean you are building of factories late. You know, these are breaks. This will become a chocolate factory. I laughed so hard and they laughed back. As kids, we used to even criticisms with humor. We used to laugh at all, right? But over time, that has somewhere, somewhere, somewhere, somewhere being launched, right? So that's what I wanted to understand. First of all, laughing happiness and enjoyment is our natural state of being. We are not pretending to be somebody. You're not laughing and stuff like that. Of course, we might need a little bit of push in the beginning, right? But I just wanted to acknowledge this that we know laughing. We have been laughing per years. And don't stop that, please because that's what you were made to do that sway us scale bond to do innovate. So yeah, just wanted to bring in that perspective. And now let us move on to the other important segment we need to talk about. You see my dear friends, that different 2is of humor. And will Babele, you said this is a practical goals and all that stuff. Why do we need to still talk about 2D? See I personally and specifically with a topic that is won't humor the teaching should be humanist, right? Do we need, you know, TODs and how bold using jokes? Well, we'll have a lot of jokes in the time coming ahead do need not worry about that. But we also need to know Tuesdays of humor because each of them add a certain degree of special value for that audience. Now, let me explain to you what this means, okay? The theories of humor basically talks about the CMB, different angles of looking at your humor. Like how it is originated, what is, what causes humor and stuff like that. It is very essential in a way for us to help us navigate. And miss standing our laptop. And it is important that we understand our laughter because once we are able to do that for ourselves, we can replicate that for everybody else. You know, you're going to understand, Okay, this is what makes people laugh at that does not, and this is why we love, this is why we don't love this is why we love the most. This is when we'll have the least, you know, you're getting what I'm saying, right? It gives an builds up that perspective that we wouldn't have generally. So I wanted to know that we are now going to talk about Tories of humor. Very, very powerful and important tool as you go ahead minute plans. Okay. Are you ready? If you see yes. I'll go ahead. Yeah. I can hear a yes, your dad. Okay. Let's do this. There are three theories of Ulama by the inference. The first is the superiority theory, the 2D I believed theory. Let me tell you one thing. Even before we go ahead and when they actually do, we're going to discuss all three of them in a basic way. But I want you to know that we are going to only touch upon this because the intention of this course is to make it actionable. And we don't want to revolve, do much impurity. So yeah, see you in the next video. We'll talk about these three. 6. Types of Humor (Part 1): Okay, So my dear friends let us continue now we have been doing various understanding, various concepts, various TODs. And I was waiting for this part. Now, we could actually discuss the different types of humor and how you can inculcate each of them. Please note when I shake each of them, I'll try my level best to give you multiple examples to actually make sure that you can remember these because I know how hard it is to actually listen to something and then you're listening to something and then having it in memory and completely two different games. I understand that as that. So we'll go now towards having a look into all these different types of humor. And we'll also see about how we can apply it into real life as well. Because at the end of the day, our mission is not listening, not just learning, but implementing at the same time. So I tried to create some impromptu example. So you have some examples in the slides for you. Because my intention is that you learn a lot out of it. You take a lot of p Covey's through these. Okay. So yeah, let's do this, Let's take some peak of it. Let's have some amazing learnings. The first type of humor is called self-efficacy and humor. Now what is self-deprecating humor? A self efficacy sing humor is when you criticize yourself in a speech and try to make a joke of yourself. I've said before as well. If you wanted to be a powered speaker, you don't want to be somebody else. You want to, you don't want to be somebody beyond the audience. You want to be able to be one of them to actually connect with them, right? So to be able to do that, self-effacing humor works really, really well. What is it? And let me give some examples in the further slides. But right now that's it. The second is called personal anecdotes. Anecdotes means stories, personal stories in a way. So stored is deleted to yourself that I'm creating humerus. I wanted to give you some examples of this as well. And this is again, very powerful similes and metaphors where you are actually playing with letters and voiced sound of specific words and trying to create humor out of it. Again, a very powerful method. Lot of experts, lot of really successful speakers use it and we are going to have a look at that as well, right? The other thing we're going to talk about my dear friends is metaphor, something similar to say Emily, just a little bit of difference. You're going to have a look about that as well, right? And then it's quotations, simple, simple, simple. Reverend CT in relevant pieces are something that can spark a lot of humor as well, right? So I'm very excited to actually come up with quotations as you move substance for you. I'll show you that as well with examples. The other thing my dear friends are lists. What are lists? Webo. When lists my dear friends are a few sequence of thing which is useful in then you actually do something really unexpected in the list that makes the audience lab the other various forms. So I'm going to give a lot of examples to you. It's something like I eat, drink and eat chocolates for Livy, something you know, where you create list of something and then try to bring a surprise element into it to make people laugh, basically write the father while it might infringe predictions. Now water predictions. Predictions are some end-use. You create hope in front of your audience and this is what might happen for you. This is what is going to happen. And that also works as a wonderful humor to write. The examples level again, as I said, I'm going to share all of them, don't worry. The final one on one liners might be a friend one line delivered to the topic and that can make the audience lab. Now, babble of you said that we need humor into this peach, not you know, human and speed. So if I put a one liner, will it be right? Isn't it contradictory to what you are saying? Well, one liners are short enough to not actually interrupt the flow of what you are seeing. So it shouldn't be a problem in most contexts. And that's what I want you to acknowledge, right? One-liners. Okay. My dear friends, let us go step ahead and have a look at all of these. So most people, when it comes to public speaking, I like speed, joke, speech, joke, right? Hello, this is me, VAP or not that would have, we're going to talk about successful people and how they become champion. But before that, let me share your job. And this 2k is not at all, most opportune 11 to the topic. Or even if it is delivered it, it is very evident that they are pushing that relevance. You know, it's not really that relevant. And then they talk about speech and then they see that the ordinary smart engaging, then they give a drug. There's a little bit of engagement and the sequences continues on. That's not how you build a connection with your audience. That's a big no-no from any professional. If you hear any professional, they'll say You are big no-no for doing this. It's very much not suggested because it interrupts with the flow of your speech. Your mission is that how you can create not humor and speech, but humor in speech. Once again, non-human and speech we need not, we need him in speech. How do we do that? Before I went to this event thing that I shared you let me share you a few mood not in the slides, but to verbally. There's something called his dialogues that work really very, very well. Dialogues are a superpower. Believe we might be offense right? Now. What do dialogs do? Babble, I'll explain to you what dialogues basically do my dear friends is it builds a wonderful rapport between you and the audience. You know, you say, Hey, are you hungry? No, I'm not hungry. You can create humors. It gives you a lot of chance to actually play with voice and all that stuff. And human most often is not just about words, it's about pauses and using no words, it's about spatial facial expressions as well, right? I'm going to give you more of word please. And you know all that stuff in this course, but those also very powerful. And dialogue is something very powerful. I am a big fan of it. Someone says, well wobble how you're doing. I am doing, no-go. You just create some false expectation and then don't break it in front of audiences that works as humor. You say, exaggeration and all that stuff as well. Don't worry, we're going to deal with all of them in this course at formulas. Do I win? So I will, but I just want to let you know that this works and we are going to touch them as well. Okay. My ID of friends, let us go step ahead. You know, let us have a look at this self-effacing humor. You know, if you had to have a little fun at someone, someone's expense, meet, show. It's, you see as pico view want to meet people laugh. But isn't it too creepy? Isn't it too boring, isn't it? Not pulling, but under the color to just make laughter at other people's name or all that stuff. You know, when you're, when you yourself can become a mic in front of people. These really admire, they understand this guy's one of them. I've said this repeatedly before as your, as well, you know, as long as you can laugh at yourself, you can never cease to be a Zoom amused, right? You want to be happy, you want to be laughed. So willing to be, willing to crack jokes on your cell. Willing to make jokes out of your cell, be believed to allow people to laugh at you and all that stuff as well. You know, it is powerful, believe me, it is very, very powerful when you allow people to Lafferty, when you allow yourself to laugh at you, it gives you a very big leverage beyond most of the people who are existing out there. So I want you to understand this, the superpower that we have, self efficacy using humor. As speaker, you should be big enough to take a little living and the audience will admire you for it. Then maybe they'll be like, I don't want to crack a joke about myself. I don't want to sue the bad side, the bad side, but the mistaking side of me, because my audience and Lord pygmies, why do you want to to be taken seriously? You want to pay attention to it. If you want attention, seriousness is not the only way you can, you know, if that was to Stephen Hawking's used to crack jokes, you know, I mean, stain in V is used to crack jokes. So if you can crack jokes out of your cells, you can laugh at yourself that you can share stories of jostle being mistaken, or doing the stage. The audience in general is going to really admire that for you. So understand that if you want to have a little fun and someone's expense meet shot, it's attic yours, you know, because there's nobody going to get offended. You are not going to hit offended heard of yourself, right? Have you ever seen somebody being offended by themselves? I mean, I haven't and yeah, that would be interesting in a way. Okay. Let us go a step ahead. My defense. Now, I'm going to talk about personal anecdotes. Now what a personal anecdote you see, we've all had humorous experiences or heard people say funny things. So V them into your speeches. What do I mean? We've all had humerus expenses, experiences. We've had people laugh at us. We've had people prank to consult Geokit as we have heard people say funny things, right? What do you want to do is you want to take those yellow sticky experiences of your life and put it in front of others. Before you go ahead with that, let me give you a few examples of self-efficacy. Every single time my speech styles, I'd be like if I visit introduction that I give my host for et cetera. And then I Blake, he missed something very important. I have an expertise into P, S, T, and P. Does anybody know what S, C and C means? And they relate No, no, no as a valid stealing chocolates and cupcakes. And I'm really good at it. You see I'm making file an asthma-like give that impression in the early part of my speech, my audience. They understand their DLA that okay, this guy makes sense, is not any funky other professor coming in to lecture us is somebody who we can talk because he's somebody who's accessibility, somebody. Is relevant, you know? And if you can do that with your audience, boom, boom, boom. That is super-duper, powerful. Let me just tell you right away. Okay. So, yeah, go ahead. Use cells of the casing humor, a very powerful tool that you can use in your speeches to create humor, to make people laugh, to lab, to create all laughing moments in January. Now personal anecdotes is something very favorite for me. We have all had humerus expedience or heard people say funny things. Weave them into your speeches. When I, when I share my speed, actually share of the, when I was in school, how a bully Dili beat me and then what happened That's going forward back to him and all that. And a very, very humorous way. You know, you're not pushing humor, but you are using humor out of the incident that happened. Otherwise, let me give you a quick example now, if you knew mean just six years before this, I was learning how to ride cycle in a double hat. So I'm riding ahead and these are friends sitting behind me and I'm trying to learn how I can write cycle in a double way. You know, somebody behind me settings. So in the morning too sharp, he's my friend and he taught me how to write cycle and a double end, you know. And there was not the Google Cloud and it's like bro, you know, I taught you how to write cycle in double. Now take me towards an ice cream creed. And I was like ice cream treat, well, cool. You know, it was a tents and ice cream that we get over here. I said, Cool, Let's go for it. And I was riding. He said that, well, you right in the front ILP behind I was writing he was in the behind and guess what happened? I was writing Joules this turning and then rule be called her choker. Different routes meet and then he'd got down because there was a cloud in the choke. There was a crowd in there turning. He gone down, I lost my balance. I hit an anti rioting the road and guess what happened? I was looking at her with my face little cute. I wanted $0.03 right now. It's looking like over I said sorry. And guess what that genuinely, genuinely, genuinely beautiful lady did for me. She took out their sleepers and hated me or light and life is. And that 200 meters for my hope, that too, and I was almost 14 years old when you are a teen and just getting that ego thing, you can be tense mannered in your face by slipper from a 40 year-old lady. I mean, what can be more humorous, right? And then I went back and I went ahead and chose to share there was me. And this guy is just boasting. This guy is just boasting now, you know, row, row, row, row. If this was not closed, called home, I would have fought back. I want you shouldn't be silent or wherever you Why did you add movie? I said with the sharp and that's how this thing happened. You see what happened when I said and not goals that I was laughing at myself, I was genuinely expressing, right? Wasn't pretending to be humorous, know, mosaic showing off to be humorous. Look, I'm just being myself and this creating these reality drugs for you, non-triviality jokes is real. I'm sharing a reality with you, and that's what's making you left. So personal anecdotes, my dear friend is a very powerful tool. If you look back, there have had been lots of human buddhists incidence into our life. This inculcate into your speech and you will see it is very powerful. The audience will love it. You love it. You'll have a wonderful conversation. You will build amazing rapport. You will get a lot of, you know, seals if you're trying to sell something after your goals or speech or whatever it is. So make sure you have vulnerable enough. I understand it is a challenge to be vulnerable in front of your audience. Of course, I have had other experiences of humor that I cannot see, right? Maybe it is eight specific or something like that. But what I'm trying to say in an overall is be vulnerable enough to go in front of your audience and crank those. Share your reality and the audience does really admired it. Okay, so yeah, B1 level and share your anecdotes. Let's go ahead. I'm going to give you further elaboration of personal anecdotes. Audience are more likely to want to. Amusing anecdotes and observation that draw on your own experience. These 2is tend to feel more detail. Let's pause and give you audience opportunities to connect with your speaker. As a speaker, you cleave faulty connection. It's not about content, it's connection and then content, bring me a 30-year read 39 books and read 76 research papers. Then just give it 30 minutes pitch full width content and specific items. And most often most audiences, if it's not very literate, one educated, and they're not going to give a damn because they want that fun element, especially with this. When he was essentially age. Then we have everything in our hands. Humans what typically for UC videos, it's very hard to bring a lot of humor into the videos. And that's why live sessions via virtual machines or physical means work. You know, you can interact, build that connection. That's very hard to build in a recorded codes or something like that. So that's why I saved. Go out there, share your personal experience. It won't look for is the opportunity for you to connect with your audience is invaluable, in countable, non numerically expressible in a way. So go out there, use personal anecdotes to share your story. You know, I use personal anecdotes. You can share other people's anecdote that works, my friends and all that stuff. But when it comes out of your life, it is super beautiful. And the other thing is that if you are bringing someone else's content, some else, someone else's 2D, the audience has access to it away internet as a lead. They cannot steal your story, but it can have that story, isn't it? So you are giving something exclusive when you're giving a personal anecdote, right? And for me, every single time I'm paid to speak or every single line I'm asked to speak. I want to make sure that I deliver absolute value. I make sure I try to make sure my audience laugh Clyde dance 5.5 and grow themselves as well. So that's what the bottle personal anecdote is my defense. Okay? Now, let us talk about similes and metaphors. You know, it is very, very powerful, very, very fun. And it's just about playing with the meaning of words, you know, simulate similes and metaphors are a great source of humor on any subject that you can think of right? Now if you see, it is written like B0, right? When it sees light beer, what does it mean? The light beer? Right. And it's showing it in fixture in a certain way and sees light beer. For some people, it might take some time to interpret, right for others, or they might be able to do it instantly. But the whole idea is similes and metaphors clear out the meaning of words and very humid air around it. And I am a big fan, I would say of this type of human because it really works. It really works well. I use it every now and then. And if it is hard for you to create it, you can call the research and come up with a lot of similes and metaphors. And similes on. Yeah, Metaphors on. And you'll get a lot of your content over there. I would say it is not cheated, it is borrowed, you know, because you are using it to add values to life of people that's not cheating in a way, right? But if somebody has something specific like copyright, of course don't use it, but be very, very careful that you're using similes and metaphors into your speech as a tool for humor. Like, Oh hope you get it using similes and metaphors for making people laugh. Okay, light peer, eval, funny guys in that funny. Okay, let's go ahead and let us have a look further. Okay, this is the format, a very general format that you use for metaphor, dash, dash. And here, when you say dash, it should mean object, right? Issue. The second thing that you are trying to relate it to create humor, that mantra is its similarity between the two. They must have common characteristics. And then you play on that. Of course, it should not always be like, is like it can be like this, this, you know, they can, the sequence can be different, but this is general setup. The general format that chocolates is like this or this is like that. Like he's, he's fire fat like Buffalo. Just an example. There's not that humorous. But I'm giving you a very quick example. He is, he is, he does not care like, he does not care about what the other people CA to him. His heart as like a shell. He's hurt is like a tortoise shell. These are not humerus of course, but I'm trying to give you piece it examples of what metaphors look like, you getting me right. So these are metaphors. I really suggest them to be used in indifferent speeches. In this format, they are people who use it and literally different format. I leave it up to you of how you find it relevant, how you find it, right to be done in front of your audience. But yeah, metaphors are like J-val for your speeches and you'll really enjoy that time. We'll use it yourself will laugh in the process of making them, it'll become a much better conversationalists as well. Because you're able to relate to things and people, people tend to admire that engender, you know. So yeah, use the set-up dash, dash. And that can work amazingly for you, right? So trying to use this setup and let me know how it works for you. If you want some example, let me give you a few. Finding. Good friend is like finding parking lot in crop up. Good ones. I usually pick them up. What's left are the handicap lots. Understand. I'm not being releases three, I'm not trying to DVM women. I just found this good example in Google and just copy it paste for you. I don't say this diet particularly and stuff like that, but just taken it with the open main break. Now, write or take. Finding a boyfriend is like finding a parking lot in a tire pile, right? Good ones are taken up. What's left? The handicap word should hitting it, iterate. What's happening here is we see year it was the main object over here. The main subject is girlfriend, and the comparison is it parking lot in alkyl part? You see, let's get back to the format. How does it work? Setup my subject is the girlfriend and is like this, the object over here, the comparison being made to is the parking lot in a top-up. So that's how it works. You delete it to somebody else. And that's how you create a good amount of Cuba out of it. It does work in a very, very awesome, fantastically awesome V. This is one of the example of that can be tons of other example. Many people might use it a little differently. I just wanted to give you one specific example. Right now, my dear friend, and they can be tons of more of them. All right, so let's go a step ahead right now. Let's work. Take piglets, take a leave further into our course right now and go towards looking at another example. A good school which is like goods miniskirts, long enough to cover the essentials and sought enough to create interest. Now what are we talking about here? When we say good speech? You know, it is the mean subject that we have with the main subject. And the miniskirts over here is what we're comparing it to it. So in this setup, if you see this is the main subject and is like, this is the comparison that we are making. You're getting it right. And when you're able to do it works really well because believe me, the audience loves it. I have, I've used it many times. These are just basic ones. I'll give you a few examples. You can make a comparison to some specific person like celebrities as well. If you are from India, I would say something like, you know, my friend, my teacher used to Washington. He looked at me like cryptic Russia and looking at me, he looked at me like rethink Russian craving for our blood, you know, something like that. And it works very well. And if you're not a great person at making humor right away, believe me, if you prepare, if you take the input, tried to do different jokes over time, you'll gain expertise into it. I have done it for me. They tons of people who have done it for themselves. So there's no specific reason you can't do it for yourself as well. I want you to realize that it's a very powerful tool and we cannot afford to lose, use less effect. So be very careful. This one is just another example. There are tons of other one. I'm going to show it to you a few more as we go ahead. But for now, these are the few ones I shared to you. We talked about cell if a casing humor. We talked about personal anecdotes and we talked about metaphors. And this video, Let's see further of them in the further video. 7. Laws of Humour (Part 2): Okay, So my dear friends, the first three of humor is this superiority theory, or does that mean babble? Well, my dear friends, we use Schumer actually as a tool of domination. What do you mean by that? Can you please explain that Vibram shop? So if you see every single time as school students most often we used humor. It was actually to put somebody else down or to lift yourself more up. And one of the ways people put themselves psychologically on, in a way social standardly above others is by dominating others, making them feel that they are inferior and superior. So it says that you know, that their superiority three is all about the same idea, but one gets undermined. And that's how, you know, someone has to be undermined the human to be created, right? I hope you got the basic idea, as I said before, I'm not going to jump very deep into these because I want this course to be very, very actionable for you. Right now. The next theory is the incongruity 30. Now what does the income created theory? Meanwhile, I'll explain it to you. Never worry. Now what does incongruity theory mean is that it is some weird that happens when they're equal levels of people have weaker certain type of conversation. It is again, a very powerful tool, a very powerful 32. Understand why we're not trying to go very deep into this is also it does not make any sense. It took practically creating him. I just want to bring it a concept that is essential, right? Okay, The third one is the relief theory. What they believed to lead to see is that we feel the sense of humor we actually loved when these are the leaves of certain emotion that comes in. P, existing stressing motion or anything like that when it is released, we feel humor, right? So these are the three basic and most common tool use of humor that you and I need to do. And now going ahead, we'll talk about for the ideas and theories and examples. So are you ready? Okay, Sounds cool. So let's go ahead and write events. To a very powerful part. We're going to now talk about the laws of humor. I am a very firm believer in to this. Maybe we could call it a norms of humor. Because everybody who does it in a different way and just because you don't comply with these ideas or norms or laws, doesn't mean that you are a bad speaker itself, right? So these are just ideas that I believe in that work for me and I believe it do for us. Well, it may work for you as well. So if you're ready, let us now discuss the different laws of your wider humors laws. These are something that we would save mandatorily required when we are creating, are trying to create humor in specific contents and specific context might be operands. So yeah, let's go ahead and explore the different, different, different laws of humor. Number one theory is that things can be funny only when you are in fun. You know, if this audience it's fun, I do. I dare to you, can I, can they be moved into? And this is what gene the whole game for me literally, if nothing is only if you take this single item I is the whole thing will happen for you. You see there are two type of people. The one I'm naturally good at, let's say plucking fruits from the other can be trained and they can learn, right? Sometimes it happens outer natural things, sometimes you have to intentionally tried to do it and there's no right and wrong, but there are two ways of doing certain things. Move things right. Now. When you're in state of fun, most often you will happens out of itself. Check. I don't know. We all have a place where we can express ourselves honestly with humor and whatever it is. For some people it is that classroom for other people it is something else and it is different for everybody else, right? But the key is, the result of humor is all about asking you to be in state of fun. And all of us can meet state of fun just by intention. If you say, okay, I want to be in state 1 as of now, that will vote for itself. And you'll realize that how you letting us have to be expensive, honestly, you're not trying to put on layers. Of course. We don't want to be rude. You don't want to do all those illegal stuff. But at the end of the day, you are basically expressing yourself as you want to express yourself without any less of suppression or any hyper, I would say expression, right? So yeah, that's important for us to understand. And let's look at the other law of humor. The second law is that we are in fund. A peculiar shift takes place in our values. You know, the place and things are still pleasant. But this enabled things so long as they're not this sign label enough to spoil fun, tend to acquire pleasant emotion, flavor, and color. Now most people are very, very sensitive about racism and that's a good thing. But when there is a group and environment setting where, you know, they can make jokes about her dead Karla or something like that. People are cool with it as well, right? They know that these are not dominating or something like that. This is just being good fun, right? This is so important to understand. Menu items. When you are enjoying, when you are having fun doing what you're doing, you're actually removing those layers, giving yourself permission to be honestly expressive. And when you do that for yourself, boom. That's when the transition journey begins for you, right? That's when the pleasing things are still pleasant. But the disagreeable things, so long as they do not disagree enough to spoil fun, tend to why a pleasant emotion. We laugh attached shortcomings. We laugh at our people laughing at us and all that stuff as well. So yeah, it's very powerful that when we IN fun our values gene, we'll look at volts over different perspective. And that helps us be more expressive, right? Okay. Yield a very powerful thing. Someone who can think, finally, has the natural ability to see the humor in the most painful lessons of life. 8. Laws of Humour (Part 3): Okay. So my defense you're talking about when someone who can think Funny have the natural ability to see the humor in the painful lessons of life. But how does this work? I will. Can you elaborate a little bit? Like? So this is the thing when you learn to laugh at yourself, when you learn self depreciation that we'll talk about further. But actually taking yourself in your life too seriously. And even though there are certain things that really poke you, that really make you feel bad happened with you. They're much more likely to digest it really well because you have seen so much already, right? So you're able to laugh at certain situation that in a congruence in comparison might be very, very hard for you. So yeah, someone who can think funny in the worst situation, in the easiest of situation, in every situation has a very natural beautiful ability to see humor in the most painful lessons of life as well. So it's really important that you consider this edge. We have our conversation going for though, because someone again, it is a very powerful tool, not just in public speaking but in life in general. You're able to laugh. It will even to crack jokes are able to make people smile. And that is awesome, isn't it? Okay. Let's go ahead my defense and we'll go ahead right now. This is what I want you to have a look at. There's a third law of humor. That infant is a condition most natural to childhood and that children to play reveal the humanists laugh in its simplest and most omnivorous form, write. A speaker must be aware of the mood of the audience at all times. Let's talk about both of them. What I'm saying is when your kids, you know, as an exercise is a practice, try to spend more and more time around kids if you want to develop human, because they laugh at, you know, the smallest of thing they're able to find humor in the least of little things. Recently I had a neighbor who was doing a play. And in the play, he actually announces he's becoming a monk and he, he wanted to marry anymore. He's making a promise to the god that he would marry any movie series I promised to vote, I won't marry anymore. And then you look silently to Islam and says, Mom, can I, Maddie no more in my life. And that's funny, right? That is funny. Because that's a natural state of being in fund. It's a condition that we are naturally adopted to Rivera's kids, right? And the most children play that. Children that please reveal the most humour laugh in the simplest and most or maybe a swamps. Movies means on unadulterated, innovated. And I would say touched on cheated in a way, right? So of course, the audience is going to be different. They are not willing to lab as small as jokes like kids do. But what I'm trying to say is it gives a perspective. It develops for you to see things in a different way. And that's what we're trying to do with humor rate. We're trying to have a alternative perspective to look at the scheme of things, right? So the third law, being very powerful, very applicable, very reliable, very helpful. Make sure that you are in the state of fun when you want to have that humor in your public speaking. Also take inspiration from little kids who always almost live in that state, right? Let's go ahead. The fourth law is that grown-up people retain humor in varying degrees. You know, this aptitude for being infant and thus enjoying the present things as funny. You know, first of all, the humor that each of us experience for this team joke is very, very different because we come from the different values. In fact, if you have from Dubai and I'm from the pilot might not even Labrador joke at ritual crack increasingly, even though it isn't me English, because I might be missing the context, right? I might not understand what typical things that has been joked about, right? So what I'm saying is that it is okay that people retain your humor in varying degrees, right? But those who naught richly endowed with humor managed to feel a very calming feeling only when, only when within. Behind them we all are suggested by the playfully and presenting. There's a pleasant one, right? I really want to get complicated and words. I know it's a bit complicated as seed head, but I wanted to bring in this concept for you about humor that is super-duper, very powerful, right? Okay, I hope you got an idea that the fourth law is about people take humor in a very, very different way. So we've talked about full of the laws of humor, this one that people retain it in various degrees. We learned about taking inspiration from caves if you want to develop human speech, we talked about someone can natural, natural ability to be funny. You talked about how it's important to be in state of funds. We also talked about how there's a perspective shift that happens when we're taking that, this, Okay, so in the mesh we lose, we go now try to go into specific techniques and tactics and all of that. I hope this ground grilling, this context building will help you become a better speaker head. So you see you in the next video. 9. Quotations and Lists: Okay, good going greed going guys, VR going together a head into this course, making a lot of progress together. I'm super proud of view of being till you and we will make a lot of journey further together. Let us have a look at what we have learned till now in different times. There was seven times as I've shared, they can be more. I came up with seven, the self-effacing, personal anecdotes, similes and metaphors, quotation list prediction, one liners. Right now we are in number four, the quotations we have dealt with EFA casing humor of you have dealt with personal anecdotes. They've done it with similes and metaphors. We looked at the format because it's a little bit tricky. And also we went ahead and saw some examples. So now is the time we go ahead and learn about quotations, something very, very simple. If you're a beginner, this is a Mobley know, if you'd be like Babylon, I'm not good with public speaking ever speak and are from now, what do I do? I want to make sure my audience laughs go out there. So it's some relevant quotations, humerus quotation. And you will find tons of beam relevant to your topic out there. So what do you need to do is funny quotations are the number one way to use humor in your presentations because funny quotes are the leaf. And you can easily memorize several codes and toss out when you think it's time for some humor. Now again, I'm not against saying you'll be like bubble. You said no joke and speeds. We weren't joke in speech and all that stuff as well, right? How do you make sense of this? Now? I'll explain to you what I'm trying to say basically is that you need human, right? And when I say quotations, it's just one single line relevant to the topic. It's not pushing, pushing, it's something relevant to the topic. And then you have putting it into this specific place. So if you are just pulling around like that in the wrong way, I'm not suggesting that for sure, but I'm trying to say to you is that you can use quotations as a powerful tool. Specifically when your, you know, your human is being trying to be developed in quotations, in specific content driven to the topic. And when it is relevant to the topic, it's not egophony suits that they're helpful for you to create a Barbie doll. Fantastically awesome content. Right? Now. There are volumes of quotations out there just waiting to be illustrated your employees and add humor, tedious. That's so easy. I mean, if you have a speech, if you have spent as learning about the topic, just send a fourth, a fraction of time into, you know, just learning about some relevant jokes will subtopic. You'll find tons of them. Believe me, some of the things I do. Someone says, well Babylonia, a speech to the evening. Elijah's find out the right code because I want to connect with the audience. Well, you know, if I can think of some anecdote That's always my number one priority. But if I have limited time and I need it limited time for my speeds like duration of speed being few minutes only. I have to prepare to leave it, just go out then come up with a quotation and damp put it. Very simple, very powerful. They're waiting for you. That's what I'm saying. You know, that tons of your quotations out there they have waiting for you to come and use them into your speeches. And when you can do that for yourself, for your audience, boom, boom, boom. It was wonderfully. People love it, people enjoy IT. People appreciate you for daring to do that in this meters. And I highly recommend you to actually do that thing, to actually put out quotations in your speeches in as many different places as possible because the audience simply loves it, believe me, they do. And when you are using it into your speech, appreciated. They enjoyed their learning from it. So yeah, I highly suggest you to use quotations in your speech. And I don't want to read this quote for you. I appreciate a sense of humor in people because sometimes it is our weapon against all the bad things and injustice that we have in I like a week out yet. You believe in that it's true, very true. Every time you find humor in difficult situations you win. I love this quote, sue so much because all of us, no matter what, go through trying times in our lives, where it's challenging and all that stuff. And even then when you can dare to laugh, you're seeing I'm bigger than this, you know, I drew this. You're a part of the story, but this is my freaking stadium. This is my fucking universe. I can choose to laugh, I can choose to cry. It was, I'm missing out the name victory flank. There's this book. I'm missing the book name now. It's called Man's Search for Meaning I remember it and my favorite line, it was everything and be taken of a man. But the one thing, the last of human freedom, the choice of how one person feels in any given situation, not work toward is what I say, but that's what he meant to say. And you want to be the state of whom I, everybody admires it. You love to laugh as well. So you make a choice, you know, Link Control of being in states of humor in worst of times. And when you are able to create humor, find humane, that difficult situations, books, There's no one can stop you from achieving greatness in a way because you are not a Fredo yourself. We're not afraid of your failures. You have able to laugh at any given situations. And believe me, it is a super, super, super duper bar that you can use at any point of time, right? Okay. You get it right? Um, it's kinda of a pep talk along the way. Go ahead. Now, I said in general you can use quotations, but there are some really powerful technique that I'm going to give you that you can use within the quotations to actually create humor out of them. How do you do that verbal, give me some examples. I'm going to do that for you. Never worry, okay? So what do you do that you'll find a famous quote and it does lead to your speech and then twist into to the definition, okay? You use the meaning of the quotation and flip it around. Or sometimes you play with the rein in the specific rotation and just turn it around. Give me an example. Well, I were to give you a few more, but let me give you this. My Google told me if you're doing something, do it. You know, my guru said me. If you're doing some who go deep into it, I was like, unless I'm digging up pet, you know, you got it right. So it's basically coming up with the meaning of the court and playing around it. Some people like to do it with the rhyming as well. So my guru said me and be something like that, right? People can do it as well. But I loved as I have soap, I loved it because it makes the people very moment you do this, the Being them realized that to an unorthodox people say only expander legs till the pill, the length of your two the length of the clothes you are varying. I'd be like No, Why do I do that? I'll click. Okay, I'll buy some new clothes that are bigger for my bigger body. I won't add just into it. And when you make statements like this, the audience, the very moment you this realize, boom, this Mies mom, man, you know, this is homey, this is file. When you do that, it really works well. It does work well. It works very powerfully and very, very highly recommending you to use this, to try this out, right? Let's go ahead and step further. An example, when you do always give a 100 percent unless you're donating blood off course. And when you're doing this mean shall use a tactic. Whenever you do, always whatever you do. So I'll give you an example. Whatever you do, always give you a 100 percent unless you are donating blood vessels again, but no microphone. Bring your feet a little closer and say, unless you are donating blood, and this will create humor for your audience, believe me, you'll try this out and you will find out the pauses in such jokes end up flipping ones are very powerful. The pauses, you can do that when you say the first one, where whatever you do always give 100 percent unless you're donating blood, That's one way of doing it. But what I like more is whatever you do, all these give you a 100 percent unless you're donating blood, of course. You know, you see the difference. I think this again one is better. Just let me know if you want in the discussion section, what you find is better. But this is what I use. This is what works for me. This is works for many other people like me, and I suggest you to do the same. But the whole thing about this course is I want you to do your own way because your own VDS, beautiful, your own ways, fantastically awesome your own way is worthy. So let us keep doing what we are doing with this course, right? Let's go a step further, step further. Yup. So have a look at all these quotations, right? The other forms that you can use in quotations as well. I don't want to go deep into that right now. I just want to give you a glimpse because if you do that, we'll just take it too long. Okay. Let's go a step further, boys. Let's go step further, boys and girls. Okay, now let's talk about the less. See, whenever you use a list of at least three items, you can inject a bit of you. The first few items follow a pattern and the third one catches the audience by surprise. Ha, ha, ha, ha ha. For graphite gouache. Okay, regard me, write that too and I'll convention and that's heard one is unconventional, unconventional. So what do you do? Very, very specific, intelligent or useful things. And in the third one, you say something very unexpected front of your audience. And they love it, believe me. I've tried it many times and it works well in when it comes to humor. And to use. What you want to use is you'll know how a list of items related to your topic, whatever you're trying to say, I have two of them. And in the third one, what I want you to do is bring the variation, change them a little bit. And, and the third one, when you change it, it's going to create a wonderful impact for your audience. They are going to love it. You know, this works so far, so great for me. It does. And you want to make sure you add relevant with this. Many people have challenged. You see what works for the quality student might not work for. A kindergarten student would work what's worked for a ninth-grade student won't work for a married couple. You know, you have to be relevant with these list every single time because it's about day being influenced in a certain way. Okay, So let's go. So step ahead. When we talk about types of human list. It is, be very careful when you leave this. I love this so much. It is by goodness of God that in our country, we have those three unspeakable things. The freedom of speech, the freedom of conscience, and the prudence, never to practice either of them. You see what happened. The two are logical and the third just breaks the chain in front of you would write it in your piece. And when this happens with the content of this speeds, it does look humorous. It does sound humid as the audience does love it, did do enjoy it. So yeah, I very much encourage you to try to, you know, follow a pattern with to them. In the third one, just a boom, break it out there. And you will create a wonderful impression in front of your audience. Let us take, and we take a few examples. I only believe in three things in life. My goal, my girlfriend, and my galaxy chocolates, whatever it is, a very bad joke by the way. I don't know where it comes to income to jokes. And specifically at when I'm one of your courses courses recording, that's not at the a 100 percent, but I hope you got an idea of what this list look like, right? Okay, Now we'll look at the other, other types of human as well. I think we have a few ones left and stare that in the further video until then. Thank you so much. See you in the next year. 10. Predictions, One liners, Props, Puns: I'll give folks now let us talk about predictions. Another very powerful way to inculcate humor into your speeches. Believe me, you love this. It is simple, but it is very, very practical, very widely used, very widely usable, very people. Just cracks up the world stage and I'm sure you will love it as well. So what our predictions, you see predictions can be said as pronouncements of experts have left us with a wealth of funny material, right? So the random things and it becomes, now, I'm not sure it should be a category in itself, a type in itself. But it is one of them, right? That tons of other similar ones like this, but I don't know why I just put it because I wanted to put it. This is my course and a half. I can do what I like to do. So I can think, You know what, I think, I can pull up what I think as valuable, you're right. So when I say it can add value for you very shortly, it will add value for you, my dear friends. So let's go step ahead and let's say we talk about types of humor. We are talking about predictions right now. When we talk about predictions, Here's what we need to understand for seeing something beforehand. And it is something that is Humanist. People say something in the past about the future, and that is humorous. And then you can make it relevant to the topic of content that you're having. Let's say you're talking about evaluation. You can bring something up, lets you being about top technology advancements. You can bring something up and all that stuff as well. Now, that is super-duper interesting. Let me give you an example of this. Let me give you an example of this. My folks. It was said that computer in the future will be more, more than 1.5 tons. It's by Popular Mechanics for casting advance of science and more longer than 1.51.5 would be enough. Just imagine tens and hundreds of tons at that time. And David Wright in a way, how, how much of future Can somebody say? And now we have these nano chips that a computer in themselves, you know, isn't that so interesting of the volume? What I'm trying to save as you can put this into content when you're talking about, let say, technology advancements in the past. Or you can debate, or there's a debate about is our, you know, our phones have social media or computer devices good for students in the 21st century. And you can come up with this, and they can be a little bit of cracking up in front of your audience and that would be awesome. They loved it, my dear folks believe me, they will. So that's really important, that's really powerful. A quick example of how this works and now we will go further, right? Number computers in future will be no more than 1.5 times Popular Mechanics forecasting, advance of science. And 1949, right? Now, types of humor. Now we're talking about one-liners now what a one-liner single line that are very, very humorous, very simple, very amazing variable by variable and test it very easy to use at the same bank. You see I have no, I have no, have told you not to tell jokes, but one liners are short enough not to interrupt the flow of us, but that's what I wanted to save with quotations as well. It does not hamper the flow of your speech. It just helps you go on and let's see, sometimes you can use a little bit out of relevant ones as well if it is good enough. So I want you to understand and realize this and we can go forward. You know, I know I have told you not to tell jokes, but one liners are short enough not to interrupt the flow of your speech. Very simple, very, very easy, very, very powerful. And I'm sure you will be able to make something very powerful, Wow, you know, in one-liners. So once you've understood this will go a step further and trying to have a look into each of them tied to draw meaning from each of them. And then we are going to understand and interpret each of them. As I've told you before. I believe in Power BI examples, I believe in demonstrating what I'm saying to you. So you can make, so you can apply it to your real life as well. Because this is not just a course to listen and learn, but to apply in use at the same time. So let's have a look at some one-liners. You know, one-liners can be something like code sin away. It can be quotation scenario. But that will give me an example. If you want an example, you can be cracking some really simple joke. Like, you know, sometimes I believe this is my independent opinion, not the industry opinion, but I think if you're using some similarly, it is a one liner in or if you're using a quotation, it is a one-liner innovate. Or you're looking at somebody, you be like cracking some jokes that works as well. So you can use any of these and believe me, it will work well for you in your speech. Using one lane is, is a very, very powerful tool, media prints, and then you start losing it. You'll be able to see the power of it. Let's talk about draws, prompts now think about your topic and if there are any clubs you could use to lighten things up and inject some humor. In your speech. Now, I have seen somebody had given us piece about being different, not trying to be common. And they're very intuitive. Shocks and two different shoes in both of their legs. And he started with that. Do you have any confusion that I am the man who walks the talk on this topic, walks the talk and he has he showed his legs and he was literally walking the talk. You're getting me right. And then we have somebody who said before, inner self. And then they had a special type of band design that's opened up. There was another band, of course, inside it and he said, You need to open yourself up and then you open this plan rectally. There was the other one that we had, but it was a good demonstration and I really loved it. Any other prompts that you can use to your topics? You know, sometimes your phone is a prompt. If I had a speech, I had a speech on forgiveness. And what I would like to do with my audience is at the end, but you know, we talked about forgiving others and stuff like that. But when was the last time we took a pause and say, I forgive myself. I have done bad things, have been idiotic things in the past, but right now I take charge, I'm different and I forgive myself of all of that that have done in the past. So I will do take your phone out, open up your front camera, and look at your friend camera right in the face and say, I forgive you, you know, you could do something like that. And that is very, very powerful, is web that is very, very powerful. So let us consider that as well. Let us understand that as well, and move ahead with other types of humor that can be used my defense. Okay. You've got an idea, right? I'm I'm so glad that you're able to understand and move ahead with learnings into this right now. All good, Let's go step ahead. Let's talk about cartoons. You know, let's talk about cartoons. But what do cartoons if you're using an overhead projector or a PowerPoint presentation, it is very easy to insert a funny one panel cartoon into your presentation. The funniest tunes will be ones that have something to do with the topic of York presentations. So if you're using cartoons, go ahead and use it means can we use in your presentation if you're having a, I'm not a big fan of presentations in general, but if it is relevant to your topic, go ahead and use it. I use it often in certain topics. I don't think others. Well, this is not the course of talking about why presentations are required, are good or not. But I'll give you just a little insight. So presentations in general are amazing at a good tool. Because what it voted does what presentations do for you is they give you a chance to give people visual of what you're saying. But other thing is it can also be distracting. You see at any given point of time, we can only consider 120 bits of information. And it was the days is split between presentation and UN person. That is not the right thing, but sometimes it helps to show what you are seeing. So depending on the topic and existing using a presentation, then if it is relevant, go ahead. Use some, use some means and iTunes and the audience will love it. And of course, you can borrow means from Google and stuff like that if you want, you can give credits as well and that would be amazing as well. Okay. Now, we are talking about fine. Now we were talking about the seven things. Might have 10, we have come through it and we're talking about some other baffle walls. But what it is, you know, is wordplay basically, funds have words with different meanings. Now check this out. One's thick, the picture out is kind of a meme or cartoon of what happened to you. That's a bullet asking to another bullet without the key. I got fired. You know. Isn't that humorless? I love stuff like this and you're playing with the meaning of words, ideally loved them and people love it. The audience loves it because it looks like clever humid. It looks like clever humor. And you're able to do a increasement of cleverness. And I am the same time create humanism. And so it's a very powerful tool, believe me it is, it is very, very powerful tool that can use, that you can use with just beaches, fun, you know. Okay, let's go ahead. Now. Another example of fun. Why our lab, leopards, New Paltz always hunted not the tigers punchline because the tigers are not spotted. You got it right. You got it right. You, you, you getting it. My boys and girls and friends, and seniors and juniors. This is what's happening. You're playing with the wood being played at right now it's spotted in general, spotted means looking at things, right? But here we have another meaning of spotted and that can be used as a pump. When you do these type of creativity in your speeches, the audience loves it, you love it, you enjoy, the other people enjoy. And that works as an amazing, fantastically awesome tool for your audience as well. So go ahead as much as possible, as often as possible, as much relevant as often relevant. Trying to find out puns and if it is hard for you to create paths, the other thing very powerful you can do is number one, you can borrow pumps. Number twos, you can learn to create them and creating them is always the better in the long-term and the how do I prepare for that verbal? Take any time and write it on your own. Once again, you'll be able to access the, a different mindset of how this is happening and try to find something similar that you can create. And over time, you'll be able to do it and you'll be able to do it really well. You'll develop kind of an expertise into this fun thing. That's how I have been learning. That's how I have, I've seen people learned, just rewrite it and that's very powerful. The other thing is you try to observe it beyond and see the important element. That means the spun work. You know, it wasn't that word of spotted. Tried to find out words with different meanings and then try to make sense out of it. That's how you can begin non topic but words with different meanings and that's how you can develop times. Goddard guys. Okay, Let's go step ahead. That day I was so angry at my friend that I Sorry for that. That day I was so angry at my friend that I can of soda at him. He was lucky it was a soft drink. You saw it, right? What did we do? We played with soft over year, that's the major element. The soft has different meanings in different places. So in your venues is hot drinks, it means one thing. In the other way, PCS, optics, it means another thing. So every word has multiple meanings in different contexts, but some have meanings in a completely different context as well. Like soft. And then we saw spotted, you know, so they can have completely different meanings as well. So you can find out about that simply searching out there and Google, and that can be a very, very powerful tool, might be offense. Okay. Now let's talk about the other part of humor and that is stereotypes. Now what does TO types? I'm going to give us a sneak peek into that in the further video. I promise you will enjoy this as well. See you. 11. Working on Verbal Humor: Welcome, welcome, welcome further mighty friends, we have had a look in some really powerful techniques of humor. We had, of course, wonderful sneak peeks at bonds that we talked about. We did talk about cartoons in the last video for the MOOC idea friends, we also also talked about prompts, one liners predictions. In this video though, we are going to have a look into stereotypes. Now what does stereotypes? Stereotypes are widely held and oversimplified beliefs like Indians at this or country ways or you say people of ethnicity, you know, certain ethnicity at this are people with certain heres. I like this. Something like that. You know, what happens is when you use tissue types, it is something that is so widely held as I believe that people actually believe in it. You know, it becomes generalized nodes. You can see that we create nodes in these gamers seems puns, punks, You know, all of these characteristics actually bleed out people. If you see very closely in this picture, I have put some, some patterns as well. Now, very closely look at the lead in the first one, the hair color is an indicator in a way, the barcode kind of thing in a leg, in the neck, the tattoo is in other indicator, Right? The prep good has indicated that nerd has an indicator that she's wearing a shirt, she has ponytail, hears right? Hipster has an indicator. The kind of the scarf that sees reading a scene has an indicator of how she is wildly colored, hears and stuff like that. The gamer is not pretending, she's just okay, your normal gender. That's another thing. So we all held with certain stereotypes and stereotypes can be leveraged and used as humor in your speech. Believe me, it works well. It was fantastically you awesome. And I'm pretty sure that these are going to work for us. Well, let us have a deeper look into each of them and we'll go further into understanding them. Okay, So let us do this together. I'm going to turn on this tied right now. Okay. Let us go ahead. Okay, My dear pens. So American gives birth because das Chinese give birth because it does Singaporean give birth because dash, you know, what happens over here is, you say Americans do something general about Americans who say something general about Chinese, who say something gender. And then when it comes to Singapore, we remember, we talked about the rule of three. Then come up with something. And from India, you are from us country, What? You want to put your country in the third place over here and actually create Hume out. Okay? Okay, let's see how this works out. It works out really well. I don't want to give an example and just lend in it. But I'm sure you understand what I'm talking about, right? Americans skills, let's say, let me try to build an example, right? A male Americans give birth because they want to, It feels good. Chinese gives birth because they want people in army, Singaporeans give birth because I don't want to say something. But you got me right. Because they believe that the population of people with wider eyes should be mood, whatever it is, right? Because they believe in unity because they won't move up for something that is humerus is what you want, right? You've got the idea, Americans give birth because dash China's give birth because das Singaporeans give birth to cause deaths. And just work around the stereotypes and that will, that should do good for you, okay? Stereotypes is what we are leveraging on. So I hope that works for you. Okay. So, yeah, let's go a step ahead right now. Types of humor, we are now talking about changing context, change the setting or meaning with surrounding words. Now you see in Pune we're changing the way we were playing with the meaning of words. But in changing contexts, we are changing the background of the word or the job that we are creating. How does this evolve? I'm going to demonstrate an example for you, of course, as I've been doing in the past. So, yeah, let us do this together. Okay? So changing contexts, try to think of an example yourself before I go and give it to you. I'm going to give you 10 seconds, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. I did count a little faster, but if you have something work they put in the discussion section, you'll see we are trying to build a community around this course. I just don't want to be listening, as said it before as Jill, I don't know. I just don't want to listen and learn, but find ways to actually apply it as well, right? So yeah, let's go ahead. Changing context. One night my wife wants me to say something dirty to her. I whispered to her laundry, kitchen toilet. You're getting it right. How you're playing and messing around with words. So a here is something so beautiful. You know, what you're doing is this. When you say what the keyboard over here, the keyword that we're playing around here is the word dirty. You can see that, right? That dirty is the keyword. And what we're doing with it is you're putting out something else in context of dirty laundry, kitchen and toilet. These are dirty, but this is not the dirty that the setup wanted to share, right? Setup is what happened before you put your punchline, you know, setup once line, setup, once line. That's how most drugs work. And the setup is generally general. And then punchline is where boom, the band mine happens to the change of contexts or any game that we see does happen. So yeah, Voc on the changing context in my dear friend, it works awesomely, fantastically, awesomely. And you'll love when you see the type of impact that the changing contexts game creates, right? So yeah, in the context and see how wonderful of a speaker you'll become. This is the, another one. This is a cartoon character, Nick. Take it easy if it's haptics for a few days, stick to verbal humor, right? What does this mean? This is something of a verbal humor. If you're not able to understand it, don't worry, because you might have been a different culture. It might not be working out. So sometimes as I said before as well, when you're cracking jokes, you want to make sure that C important variables, the age, the geography, and it's hurting you to know is the intention and mood of people. Know, if they have professionals, what stayed the eye? Can you start with a joke? They'll find it an intellectual or whatever it is, right? So you want to differentiate and find out what works best for you. And believe me, your audience is going to love it. Okay? Okay, My dear friends, thank you so much. I hope this works for you. I hope you apply this. I hope you're able to learn out of this and let us go ahead step further, right, using permanent magnet. Now we're talking about anecdotally have had a little discussion about it. But let me try to delve deeper into anecdote. Anecdotes are interesting stories told to head the speaker. Makeup point. Now makes sure that whenever you give anecdotes or stories to your audience, it is not out of context. You're not telling stories. So this tq of telling stories, stories because we want to fill out the one sport that you have with your speech, or 10 minutes slot or three minutes slot, your shading stories, you got it. It does delete with the content that you are trying to present. It does connect with that. It helps people visualize and see it better. And only then I suggest using an anecdote. It's so very, very powerful tool. But some things people just crash out of meaning. Allen Dukes and, and, and I don't feel good about it. The audience is not, feel good about it because no bloke, that's not how it works. We need, we need to be specific to our quantum database. There are tons of jokes. How about just have a stolen stolen content from every other stores, borrowed or stolen content and then just crack a, you know, a standard formatting. That's not how it works. How it works is you create jokes relevant to the topic. And that's when the audience is able to connect. You don't want to push it like that, right? So yeah, I wanted to understand and know that my dear friends that you don't want to be pushing, pushing. You wanted to be an element, you want to be contextual. And that's very, very essential as to go ahead and take this course. Okay, Now, when you talk about using a verbal Zoom, let me talk about aside as statement added as an afterthought, appearing as though speaker sees something that reminded him of something of her aside. So how does this work? You say something like, I am very successful act stealing chocolates. I am really good at telling lies to my mom. You see SIDs a statement as an afterthought, just after you say the myths. Aside, innovate, the primary first sentence works as a setup and this again line becomes the punchline for you. You know, that's how it works. So it's a very, very powerful tool aside the people who use it every now and then. And maybe you can use it for your speeches. Well, so yeah, they give a shot to a side, see how it works with you. It's again about how what you are comfortable with, what you're good at and all that stuff as well. But you can give a shot to aside as well. If you want to learn more about us, I just go out there Google and you'll be able to find, maybe it's not as high, it is not the right. We're just trying to find a verbal jokes in general and you'll be able to have a few that I delivered to assign it. You're getting the right voice. Girls. The bandgap, good-natured teasing done back and forth in, in the other person's, sometimes an audience member. I've said to you before my dear friends that the very powerful thing that can be done with humor is z using dialogues. Dialogue is a very, very powerful tool and engine really dialogues is with the others, with two characters in your own story. But you can also have a dialogue with somebody in the audience and do a binder. I, I often do this with my audience. You take your legs out. I take my right hand, put it in my nose and do we laugh together? And that works awesomely. My defense, it does. So yeah, give this a shot. Me your audience might love it, they really enjoy it. And it would be a very fun experience for you as well. So go out deaths, crowd, bandgap. Of course. If you do it not in the right way, it will look very, very unprofessional. If they look very, very, I would say cartoonish, very, very, I would say unlivable. The audience would love it. So you, you must be a state, but you can bend the vineyard bantering. Just imagine getting out there. They're calling you the trainer of the day. We will teach about business management, reviewing and say nothing. Take your right leg, put it. You do all those stuff and you'll lose all credibility and confidence in the first moment you do it. So you want to build a quantum, so you want to build a connection and only then try to use banter because you don't want to turn a joke into a disaster for sp3. Okay, Let's go step ahead. Now we're talking about blend mode. Again. What is blend? Would you combine two words and you make another new word like purse and man is mers and man is purse, you know, Merced for man and purse. So you say something like, you know, what is a man with a purse? It's immerse, curves. And then you can use mers and tried to put a line around it and try to build some job. I know what you're billing, but Weber, how do I apply it? How will I apply it using I'll be able to apply it. Here's what I want to tell you. It does take time to apply all of this, but I'm shocked you'll be able to do it over time. So yeah, Merced is just one example. There can be tons and tons of other like this. But I just wanted to give you this an example. Let us go step further. In the next video, I'll try to delve into some other powerful ways you can develop humans. So yeah, see you in the next video. 12. Hyperbole, Irony, Parody, Understatement: Welcome, welcome, welcome. Let us continue this wonderful journey that we are making, learning different ways to. I loved that you are seeing this emergent smiling. At least I loved Lord, I crack the load when I saw this picture. But yeah, I hope you have an amazing time when we are talking about it. I hope you have tried to put some examples and apply everything we talked in the last few videos. It's stereotypes, changing contexts, verbal humor and the word aside and mentors blank words. Right now we are talking about hyperbolic. It's exhaustive. Ajahn exaggeration. I use this a lot. A lot. I use this a lot. I tried to bring together stereotypes with hyper bool and try to use it together. I tried to use hyperbole independently because what happens is when you exaggerate, it looks a little bit dramatic sometimes, but the audience still loves it. You know, you know, her, I used where big as if they had eggs or, you know, you're, you're just putting some examples. You compare it with something, show it big or just it looks big like anything, you know, you don't see anything but you compare it with something else. And boom, it becomes a wonderful top notch humorous thing. So what I want you to do is I wanted to find opportunities to actually use hyperbola in your speeches. It is wonderful tool that turns off successful speakers who use it. And I believe you are here to be a successful speaker, right? So you can give it a shot. It does work well for me, does work well with tons of other speakers, and so I'm sure it will work well for you as well. So yeah. Well, they're trying to find out where you can use HE excessive exaggeration with your content. I have used it in meaning quantitative me try to think of a few and try to give you an example. I, yeah, let me give you one example. I'll play it so happy like that invented three vaccines of Colonna at the same time. I've been so happy lakes rising song called umami. If you open the file, you got it. It's like Spider-Man or item man of a pie of Naipaul say you did it, you know. So that's how I felt, you know, you're expressing yourself happy but with a lot of exaggeration like that. And it does not look unnaturally, does not look, you know, you know, an authentic people can debate on that. I believe it is that they're helpful because we do that when we're talking to General. Say public speaking in general is what speaking with the logic of conversation in public speaking should have very little difference. I believe you want to be friendly with your audience. Of course. A certain setting on friends or stuff like that, or you have a parliamentary thing going on. You can't do that of course, but in most contexts it is very helpful to use excessive exaggeration in your speech. And that does work awesomely. You see those eyes, we get outside. What do you say to strangle? Think something. It felt like there where they were. What is black in color thing of something that's black. There were there were buttons and big X, you know, something like that. Ground buttons and big, big down x, something like that. So that's an example of what a hyperbola looks like. It has tons of use cases in fields other than public speaking and humans as well. So just give it a shot, see how this works out for you. Believe me, you love it, you love how it helps you. And let us go a step ahead. Now, let us understand the irony words. I didn't. It was at least legally statements used to reflect the complete opposite side of this meaning. So you're seeing you're happy, but are you happy? You're getting the right. So what it does, it, it, it tries to play around and Tanya is something that's completely oppose it and trying to create humor out of something that's completely oppose it. So very powerful tool, very successful people use it. I have tried and tried, and I'm still trying to learn how to use irony. But in generally we use a lot of times you use it. So you are happy. You know, I'm very, very happy. And when you say that it reflects the sense of identity, you know, I don't need specially can also be shown by simply theses, expression or change in tone of voice. Because sometimes it's not just about words. I have said this to you before is that it's about expressions. It's about your body language. It's about how you come out as you know, that's a very important part of human as well. So yeah, lay down those things and you will see that, you know, you generate some wonderful, fantastically awesome results or your cell. Okay? So go out there, use ID volts, tried to learn how to use irony words and see what difference it does make for you. Okay, So let's give the irony versus shot into our lives. See how well it goes. And believe me, EQ would love it. You would absolutely, absolutely, absolutely love it. Oh, your statements used to reflect the complete opposite side of the original meaning. That's what ironies about. I hope you have an understanding of it. Joke, very simple, a short anecdote that has a funny twist at the end. I love this picture of this curve. So it's put over here. You see him? He looks like me because I had my teeth out. Just a little kid use of verbal humor. A short anecdote. A funny, funny, funny twist at the end. Very simple, very powerful, very effective. So try to see where you can put out jokes. I won't not the beep deep into it. Parody a humorous vers, version, another writing or speech. How does this work? Babble and explain to you, don't worry. So how parity works is there are songs that already exists like I will pay. You made me here, You made me a believer. Believe, you know, you put and now you remove the pain and you remove the believer and you try to create something on, let's say something. Let, let's try to find something funny. Phase booed. You made me a You made me a date to set fees boo you made me or you may be a compare is compat. Phase boo, you made me instagram. Who made me? You made me. You made me you Instagram. You made me doubt we did me doubt me, doubt me. Doubt WE yeah. You just try to play around the words. They're writing the lyrics, the tone that they have, and the audience loves it. They love it, believe me, they do many interesting process. I love to their blood parodies for my speeches as well. And it's a very fun thing. Just imagine you're having a workshop and then your workshop on public speaking and you making people laugh and have fun on public speaking. Okay, so yeah, trying to see where you can use parodies and, you know, it's so easy to just tease the keywords. It's something that's delivering. It does not have to be perfect, but however it is, it works amazingly, believe me it does. And I hope you meet some amazing stuff out of it, right? Okay. Okay, now we're talking about situational humans. Situational humor is something that comes out of speaker's own personal experiences, somewhat similar to anecdote. So I don't want to deal dig deeper, understatement in dense milli downcycling something to make it appear smaller or less Savior. Someone says, Did you get hurt? A apologies for that. Let's say someone asks you, did the did the operation feel difficult? And you Blake now, it was just like you drink two glasses of milk. You put it in an IDE anywhere, and you're intensely downsizing something to make it appear. This is just an opposite of exaggeration in a way, right? But the audience loves it and that's what we want. You know, the audience must enjoy, the audience must love it, the audience must interact to it. And that's what we always crave as speakers. But let's try to find three situations of understatement. Let's try this. Let's, let's try it. Let's try to think something together. Let's try to think something together. Is the street crowded on the essay? And you know that on thus a street semi Palo Verde crowded. There's none on the student end clouded. They are just two couples having their fun time together. You know. You see, I want you to understand our mistake, making all these mistakes and not too funny things. Just to let you know that it's cool, it's cool to not be perfect. It's cool to actually learn over time. And you might not come up with the best jokes at right away as well. But it's important that you take charge, you try, you put efforts because over time you'll be able to do it really well. You don't get things over night. It does take time. So yeah, let's learn about understatement. That's about understatement. Now in the next video, we are going to learn about the map of being a successful humerus. We would have a lot of slides and discussion about it, so yeah, see you in the next video. 13. MAP Model of Humour: 0, 0 here. Okay, Welcome back, My dear folks, we have had wonderful discussions about amazing tool specific techniques that you can use to become an amazing humor is two amazing crack jokes to crack amazing jokes and your speeches. And now we're trying to develop a model. It's called the map model, the material, the audience, the performer. And when we bring all these three things together, when the big three of these elements together, these bound to be an amazing humorous content coming in. How do we do that, Babel, don't worry or Manziel and given two together navigate this, we are willing to have learnings about this at the same time, IMU, having a great time together. So what this map stand for? It stands so materials, audience and performer. And map is a time holder triangular committee Constellation. Constellation is the constellation must relate in both styles. Now what do I, what does that mean? The material must be relevant to the audience and performer. The audience must be relevant to the material and performance. The performer must be relevant to the material and audience. Once, once again, the material, the content that you're speaking, the whole session, the jokes, whatever it is, must be relevant to the audience that you're performing two, and you as opposed to, you know, you have the performer. So it must be delivered to both of them. Then the audience were the listeners, must be relevant to the material that you're presenting and who you are as a performer. When you bring both of these things together, some kind of magic happens. And this magic is something super-duper, powerful, right? And third, we have the performer, the US, a person. You must have the material that is relevant with you that you are good with. And you must have an audience. That is, that is to table to you, you know, you must be relevant and good to that audience as well. When these three things come together, booth, That's where magic happens. That's where beauty of humor and public speaking is evident table, right? So try to bring all these three things together. And that's how you'll turn out your journey towards becoming an amazing speaker. How do I do it? Webo, I'm here to show it to you. Don't worry at all. Okay, let's go here. So this is just an illustration of what I just said. You performing, meaning in connect with material, an audience, the material and connect with the performer and audience, and the audience and connect with the material and performance. So all of these three must be going hand in hand together. You know, when they are in Vensim, alignment, that's when good content is created. That's when good humor is created. That's when good impacted created with what you are trying to save in reference to this piece that you are trying to give. So just try to understand that you are having map, right or not. You are having the map in the right context or not, because the audience is going to be very closely affected. The audience is going to love when you add relevant the material and the performer URL given to them. And that's why when I speak to teens, I just wear a t-shirt and a cap. You know. When I am presenting in front of different audience, let's say it's charted accountant professionals, some things that are quote, but at the same time I don't do something. I'm not comfortable with that all I'm not comfortable with D. I'm not going to do it. Right. So just find out what you are deliberate with, what you are comfortable with and try to inculcate that into your speech. Sounds cool days. Let's go step ahead. Let's try to look deeper into the material aspect of the thing is, the material, the content that you are seeing must be appropriate to the interest of audience and it must delete with to the persona of the performer. So somebody comes to me and asked me Bob Hope keyword training about leadership makes sense. Given training baba or public speaking makes sense. You're treating valuable gratitude about happiness makes sense. But if somebody comes to me and says rabble, I'm going to give you the whole presentation. I wanted to give a training to people on personal finance. Well, I don't understand it. I'm trying to learn it on my own. Even though I have slides, even though I can meet people, connect with jokes and stuff, I'm not having expert I am I'm probably not going to be able to answer the questions. Well, I'm probably not being able to connect with people Well because I'm in a different league then depth. So I want you to understand this very importantly, that your material, various entity must match your persona and the interest that the audience has come in with, right? You don't want to speak about the, the hardest to reach a Min Bu when you're over there talking about the leadership, unless it's a story, of course, unless it's an anecdote, of course. You go, I'm seeing right? Okay, let's go step by. Then. The second eliminate my dear friends is audience the most? The audience must implement both the material and presentation style of performance. So if I just go out there and be funky and for T2s without making them the initial connects, they're willing to take me seriously. But if I'm going to do that with students, they might you go because that's the Yo, that's this type. That's what principles, something that might be relevant with principles might want to eliminate with somebody else. You know, the audience must complement both the material and the presentation style of the performer. It must all three go together in the same pH, in the same alignment, right? I'm saying this again for you. The audience must complement both the material and the presentation style of the performer. When these things go together, they make a lot of sense. They are lot helpful for you, your audience and all that stuff as well. So it makes sure that your audience must complement material and the presentation style. They must be compatible with your presentation style. Because you don't want to do something. There's something called culture is, well, what's, what's relevant? What's awesome job in my city might be, my country might be something very, very disrespectful in Japan, Let's see, you know. So you want to know about that as well because you don't want to be inside a div and stuff like that. So yeah, do, do a thorough research around it. The final element of the map is performer the EU, right? You must be, right. You know, you must present the right material to the right audience in the right way. What does that mean? The right material, you know, is something that is delivered the right audience, which means the content. And you are relevant to a 60 year rule, am not relevant to a 55, 60 year-old. I'm related to teens, maybe a little bit of youth, you know. So also the right way, you shouldn't, the crack, of course, you shouldn't. I won't say student. You might not want to crack jokes about, let's say, SEX in front of people who are 60 years old, they might be offended. They have a certain thought process. So be careful about that game in the map constellation, and that works brilliantly well case the map once deletion something very, very powerful and you would love to see right. Now, in the next video, we're going to talk about the threes formula. I gave you a broad idea of map. They were to use that together with the three is farmland and next couple of videos. Thank you so much. See you in the next video. 14. Introduction to THREES: Well, we are back again. We have had a beautiful discussion about the map model. And now my dear friends, you're talking about the threes formula for humor. What are the three is formula, we'll tease formula is. These are the six increments. We are using an acronym of PSR, S to make it more easy for you to understand. And it is a very powerful model with six essential ingredients which MOOC as though I will say that the ingredient that is recipe for human To exception any of these ingredient might disturb your humor and might not just teach you test of, but it might make something look rather bad. You know, the humor can turn out to be a disaster. So we're going to talk about the three is formula for humor. And in this video, I'm going to give you some context. I'm going to cover a few of the elements of threes in this video, and we'll cover the other elements in the other video as well. So yeah, let's go ahead, let's get started talking about the formula for implementing humor in your speech, guys. Okay, Let's do it. So what are the three, what are the different elements of three? Formula? Number one is target, your specific about who you are trying to target. Now, who's the target? Target can be a celebrity. Target can be somebody in your audience. Target can be used when you're doing a self-effacing humor. Target can be basically anybody. What is hostility? It, we're going to have a look around hostility a little bit, right? We have realism that you're not trying to see what might not be real at all, right? You have exaggeration of very powerful tool exaggeration. Indeed, it really helps you become a wonderful speaker. But you want to make sure it is not unrealistic as well, right? Talking about the two COVID vaccines, now that people will take that as an exaggeration, right? And idealism is ready you bought when you are being authentic of yourself. That's another powerful tool, right? The other thing might be a friend is emotion. What is emotion over there? My dear friends? Emotion is something another very powerful that works together for you and your audience. In this piece that you're giving, what emotion basically does is it creates a sense of connection. It builds that report. And then the final is surprise. He's like What, You know, I think so plays probably the most essential element when it comes to any humor coming through. So what is the target? The y is hostility, realism, emotion. And so praise contained in the humor. And the amazing human happens and all of these things come together. Now, I'm going to cover target in this humor in this video. All let's, let's do this. I'm going to cover target and the other elements in the next video. I just wanted to give you a quick sneak pic, understanding what the formula is and see you in the next video. Bye bye. 15. THREES Explained: Okay, so welcome further, my new friends. Okay. It's been such a wonderful journey that we are covering together, discovering the power of humor, how to apply techniques that peak stream books so much coming through. If we're given the go ahead with the photo part, I just want to let you know that the learnings of the schools are super-duper, powerful. I have used it to leverage myself, changing by game completely. There are tons of other people who have utilized it has been. Now. They certainly do that. This will work for you as well. But just in case if you're wondering it will work or not, I really want to request you to take out their pico stands and at least practice a few of them. I promise you this will turn out to be something super-helpful, super powerful. It will turn you into an amazing speaker over time. And I'm shop, you'll have a great time doing that. So if you can, I'd very, very, very much want to welcome you to the whole part, the whole journey that we're having here. And let's go further. So what is, what is target in human, you know, where they started exactly. So the target is probably arguably of course, the most powerful component into crafting a human. You know, what is the target though? A target though is something that, you know that you are intended to break up, that you are intending to 3D cooler around in your speech. Now what can we target? Target can be you, your audience target can be specific person, an object, a time, anything. You can target anything but that target is somebody or something. That whole of your, you know, your, your Cloud to your punchline with thick, tough themed around. So you need to be specific and write about your target. Because one target that might have worked for the US student is 23, might not work on audience aging 63, because they have a different mindset, ethics, thought process. Everything is different for different people, right? So we need to understand that first of all, and once you consider that in hand, boom, it becomes very powerful. It becomes very, very helpful for you to use that further, to leverage that further to become a loudspeaker. Now the proper selection of humor targets is not just important, it's most critical factors put this side and human target can anything. But you have to be focused on the right target for a particular audience. Again, as I said, a geography is something very important to become sit. I can talk about Hollywood targets in mold part of me, but I can't talk about me. Pali targets may Pali heroes or celebrity as a target into the, if I'm, if I'm working with students in the US state. So that's what I wanted to understand. You need to be right about him in your human, right. That's one step further minor offense. How do you find that humor? Humor, picking a good target isn't crap shot. It does not just happen. You know, pigs taught skill and precision to map. Now what was your map? Let's get back to our map. What was our map? This is material, audience and performer. When things come together, that's where we build our target. So first of all, you need to be aiming your humor in the right way. Picking a good target isn't the crap shot. It takes taught skill and precision to map your way off right targets, Tong target, as noted above, can read from people to personnel believe you can target belief about a certain religion. Again, you must make sure that you are not hampering or hurting anybody who's used. I'm just going to give you an example that you can target such thing. You can target a belief system like throat saying truth or anything else you can talk about. Smoking can be a target. Any person can be a target. There's no specific limitation that only this can be your target only that can be a target. It's completely dependent on you. It's a choice that you make personally, and only you make. Nobody else has the liberty to do that for you, right? Let's go a step further, my dear friends. I'm going to just give you some examples. Let's look at some of the common targets. You know, your cell per target and what do you see when you yourself are target? You remember that self yup, cell, the beginning, right? That's what we coil when we make a joke of ourselves and we're laughing at assets and the audience loves it. That I am. You don't want to pretend like, you know everything. You are the yes, man, you are the go-to man and et cetera days. So that's really buffers. That's very awesome. That's really amazing for you to do. The other can be celebrities. Celebrities are good target because they see. Whenever you are giving a target, make sure the other people understand and know about it. Because if you give a target out of nowhere where people don't understand, they're going to be like what's happening. And that's okay to do a few times just to build a little bit of authority. But if you do it too many times, you won't be able to build that connect. The also the question is, duty really need authority to the audience interests begin to other species that you're giving. Be very careful about that as well. Then we talk about leases, which places that you're doing a program with. Which please, maybe a zoo can be a target of a coffee place, can be a target, a festival can be a target. Products can be tight, good ideas can be targets. So target can literally be anything like that. You know, now, let me talk about self, okay. Picking up on yourself or somebody your own size is by far the least offensive because people don't get offended by, you won't get offended by yourself. You'll get a laugh at yourself and it won't be angry at yourself for laughing at yourself. I mean, just in case. But it is less offensive but most effective because, you know, you're laughing at yourself and people like grow, this is a guy just like us. They can relate to you, right? So it's very powerful then we bake when you make a joke of yourself, as greener said, inviting people to laugh with you while you are laughing at yourself is a good thing to do. I would say it's a great thing to do. But here's the good part. You know, you may look like a fool, You may look like a joke, but you are the fool in charge. What does that mean? Which means that, you know, people laugh at you and it feels like you're being laughed at. But that people laughing at your new Bing love that is actually helping you because people like connecting to you, people are building a connection with you. I, I do a lot of that in my session. I see that he bet me so hard, he hit me so hard. My teacher caught in the broken radio. It also takes a certain degree of vulnerability in a way that you are going out then sharing things that went wrong with you or that are wrong with you, and that is helpful. The audience does appreciate it most often, more often than not most audiences do. But again, you need to map out. And maybe the material audience and performer must mean synchronization as we have talked before as well. So yeah, I hope that gives you a better idea of the first idea of target that you're talking about, which is pinging ourselves. I like this picture as well too. Okay, Let's go ahead. So the other thing is you can target celebrities. Celebrities are also popular for targeting, you know, it's a cheap shot, but appetite for you. You pick out on QP coat on Bill Gates, you pick out on Sylvester Stallone, you pick out on crime and make fun around them, right? I'm not seeing mimicry specifically. I'm not saying this Jordan I specifically, but in general, that does work really well. It does. You know. What I want to let you know is that humor is something very powerful. Visit celebrities because these are characters that people, people know and you are playing around them. They're building a context and content around them. You know, I've said this before as well, and I repeat it for you right now. The only thing is the other person. The listeners must know about this person because it's there don't, it's going to be a little challenging for you to connect with them, right? It's going to be less challenging. So I hope this helps. I hope this, this, this, this supports to you your understanding fire. And we'll go step further right now to understanding a few other stuff as well. Okay. Let's go a step further though. Pleases living in a crash house, our need for superiority. Superiority is the motivating factor. Whenever we read a cool places. Countries and locals, Paltz in the news pieces also very powerful. What would happens is people really cool, like, let's say the alleles are big city. So people can ridicule about Mumbai and that can make them feel good as well. That does happen to them. No, I won't call it rivalry. But there's a special feeling like okay, they are doing well, okay, we are here, they are depths. That feeling does exist at the end of the array. So when you, when you, when you target on pleases, It works well. It works wonderfully. It helps build that connect in a very effective way. So I suggest you give a shot to using it in your speech ones and see how it goes. Believe me, it turned out to be better than you expect. Because I've seen it for myself, I've seen it for the speakers. So yes, Give it a shot and see how it goes and do shun me. Also, you can target specific part of your cities. You can target clip, you can target certain part of your sippy. You can target certain type of people in your city, right? So what this does is it makes people realized that, okay, if you're playing around this, it's powerful and I do use it as well very, very often. Now, what we're going to do my dear friends is we're going to do an activity right now. What does this activity I'm going to explain to you, don't worry at all. Okay? So what we're going to do now is we are going to do some powerful activities. And these activities, the, as you've seen, the list of potential humor target is nearly unless, you know, take a moment and lists seven to ten possible subject topics are targets of humor. That is identifying things that make that you want to make fun of. Take a moment for me. I wanted to make fun of life in Bihar, it's a part of India. Your people do want to give a downvote anything and anyone you will find sleeping. You will find people sleeping in front of the train, in the gateway of the dream. And they don't give a damn that people have to go in and out. Every single person made me call blurred or out of a person running a shop, anyone has a different level of swag like, you know, I'm the boss here. I'm not on a different level of self-esteem everybody has. So that's one thing that I wanted to maybe crack a joke about if I'm speaking to students in VR. But I want you to understand at the same time they do whenever you're using this tool, you are not abusing, you are not hurting. You are not marginalizing or using racism or comment like that. Doing those certain degree and see if the audience is uncomfortable, don't do it, right? So that's the whole thing. You know, it's important to understand this, at least as we go ahead. That the potential target for humans, unless take a moment, let it down seven. I lifted out one. The other thing I want to make FUN that out is lit. It's a dish, it's an eating food. And it's kind of it's kind of, you know, third tire safety remote remote Indian dish. And it's like it's like floors stuffed with certain materials of certain stuffing and stuff like that. I want to crack a joke around that. I want to crack a joke around. Young people have invoked kind of thinking I did school and all that stuff. So that's really important that you understand that. And let us take a step further. This is something very powerful and I love this group differences, us versus them. Mocking the beliefs and characteristics of social group is one of humans most contributes your subject because it caters our most primitive instincts, which is prejudice and insecurity. This is very powerful. I find it very, very powerful to use OLS. You don't want to be hurting, but you'll be like people in the US think life is this, you know, people in, in, in Canada, I think library, There's Australia, India, and may pass this. And then you put something humorous. So Menu, bring that all the of course sequence of three workspace or five books pens because people are used to it, right? But yeah, us versus them is also very powerful. If you remember. There are many jokes that you remember because of Earth's versus them, you know, and, and I thought it happens in the pile. I thought it happens in India. But overtime and I've been traveling different parts of the world are doing painting in different parts of the world. I realized that this is a common phenomena and yeah, it keeps on happening every now and then, right? So group differences is something very, very powerful, mocking the beliefs and characteristics. Again, you don't want to make sure you are racist. You don't want to make sure you want to make sure you're not racist, you won't, you won't make sure not hurting a belief system of people, right? Let's take a step further. What does realism, the third component of 3s is real. It's a write. The formula is most good. Jokes tee it up, bigoted throat. So if there's a good Jew, what happening in the back-end? What's happening in the behind? It? Is it raising your sites? It is making you look at things from the realistic perspective. Like you're cracking a joke about something, but you're making a meaning out of it. Okay. That's what Larry Gilbert, I believe, wants to share, but this is my individual interpretation. You might think about it a little differently. And if you have any opinion of that sort, which is distinctive to what I just said, Go out there in the comments section, in the discussion section and, and share what you specifically thing. And I would love to hear, listen. And I typically love to respond to all my pens as well who write comments and stuff like that. So yeah, let's take a leap, let's take a step further and do it. Amazing. Now my dear friends, as you go head right now, we had talked about realism. Let's go a little bit further into it. The basic two-step in humor is to state something Carmen, a problem frequently with a cliche. This is really essential. You start with that cliche. Life is good going well when good, right? And then B, create an unexpected ending or surprise. You know, I find it very simply stated but very powerful. Everything is normal. You're just taking a standard states, something common. They say it's setup, setup. That's something normal, cool, general happening and stuff. And then, you know, in the cliche, create an unexpected ending in that cliche. And believe me, the audience is loving that the audience will love that. The audience in general loves that. And you will love to find that out, you know. Okay. So let's go step further. My defense, Let's go step further right now. To get an unexpected ending. Humor results from the contrast between a thing as it is and out to be. And I think smash out of a shape as it is out not to be, right. So there's certain teams is unique in certain ways and that's what that humor is all about. Very powerful, very helpful, very, very useful. I think it really is a very well-stated IBD. So yeah, I hope this helps you understand a little bit of it. And v will have a look further into this, okay. Amazing, amazing, amazing guys. We are going to get that a very good pace, learning a lot of stuff. And yeah, let's go further, right. Okay. Exaggeration. I love this tool. I'm not sure about you, but I use this very frequently. So what happens in exaggeration is you're taking up to Islam, how does the Elysium delay to exaggeration as we except poetic license, let's accept a humor lies in that cans permission to expand on journalistic think this is important. You expand on realistic themes, right? With sorting imagination and unmasked metaphors. So there was a fish. So let's say I find somebody who looks really big. His histone mark looked like it was it was big piece of stone. His his hands were like, you know, pause of, you know, you're getting weird. I like Nagarjuna or something like that. So what do you do? I use this a lot in my speeches in every now and then. And, you know, the Russians had looked at me and said, What do you mean to sound like users are those who do. And he looks at me and says, bubble, while you're doing this, what do you mean? Um, let you listen to this. I'm listening, I'm trying to say, but I'm crying the whole time. Dawson term looks at me right in my eyes and Cs, stop eating your pan. And I'll throw it in your photolithography. And that really helped. That really was powerful. And that's something very, very essential. You know, you're building a tone, you're building a team and then boom, you are baking it all on, all the way. All of us I did. And the audience loves it. They love to learn from it. They love and enjoy the whole perspective. The shift that takes place over there. And I hope you replace the power and the aficionado leverage we gain from exaggeration. Okay? Now, the other part, what we're looking at right now, first of all, we are talking about the very beautiful idea, Come target. And what was that? We're talking about the six elements. What are the target? Hostility, realism, exaggeration, emotion, and surprise. By far we have covered exaggeration and now we'll cover the other elements now. Okay, emotion burst the bubble. See, the fifth element in the 3s formula is emotion. Hostility overt or understand is not enough. Hostility is not an uppercase powerful, it is effective, but it in itself an independent from an individual firm. It alone is not that effective, right? Well, it didn't mean is there must be a buildup of anxiety, anticipation in the audience. They must have a buildup. You know, they must feel the emotions out big the, I call it the hill curve. You go from, from low to down to up and then it's not like it all goes down, all of his adenoids at least know. And then it's up and then you escalate it for the, right. The more you escalate the humor lies in escalation of exaggeration or other elements. It's very powerful that exaggerate a little bit, a little more breach of 110. And to us it might feel that, well exaggeration, maybe it's not the best tool, Webex, believe me it is, it is really powerful. The audience enjoyed, you enjoyed everybody. Almost has a really good time working on exaggeration. And I believe you'd love to see the powerful effect it has on you as a speaker as well. Okay? So yeah, the limits these formulas, emotion no hostility over or understand as not enough. There must be a buildup of anticipation in the audience, right? So how do you build that emotion? First of all, you need to be C. It's very important. But when you feel the content, the emotion and body language part and everything else happens occupy itself. I mean, have you ever trained how to look happy, YOU feel happy. Have you ever trained how to be sad when you feel sad, it just happens. It just happens. The first and most common technique for building emotion is also the simplest, which is pausing just before the word. You know. I'm going to give you a few more example. This is quite a pregnant pause because it promised to deliver its competitor in costs. Because it promises to deliver, you will see something all of a sudden and that's something you build up. What I do is he sets up really public was amazing. It was like, I'll give you an example of what I do. If you knew me has a middle-school student, you would know a few things for Sean, mad science, carotid, dance, music I was good at. And then suppose and nothing. But I was great at one thing, one special skill. In fact, I was so good at it. They knew me in my neighborhood for that whole skill, that ad. So here's your hand. If you believe that all of us, how one special gift of God raise your hand. Yap, thank you. And my special gift, a verbose, unique. Everybody knew me for this impact, not just my locality, but people around me, my neighbors, my parents and my relatives knew me for this and I was super awesome super skill at this. Can anyone guess what it was? Okay, somebody says public speaking leadership. Well, my special skill, my special ability, my special thing was. Getting beaten for most freaking leaves. You see Bulinus generally about seniors and juniors or plasmids having fun of classmates. I've ever seen SR being bullied by a junior. That's what used to happen in my case. See what happened over here. We had a pregnant pause because we were, we were promising to deliver innovative. So that's what the power of emotion is. You know, you can build a motion by pauses. You can build emotion by verbal, changing verbal tunes. It's a very powerful way. You change verbal tunes and that helps you build that. Though you can build that by other element. Let me give you examples of some other elements that you can use. The other element, one of them which I highly suggest that can be used by you, is something I call my dear friends as the emotional roller coaster. What is due? So you start with something or download, take it up, down, up, down, up, down, up, and that's how you conclude it. You know, it's not a straight, you know, Cinderella story. That's all good. Then it went back, but then it all went, could know when it went back, it went further back. When it went could seem like it would go good, but then it went back. You know, the whole bending your, your context and story on the fact that there is no consistency in the whole story. It's going up and down. And in predictability is a very key element out there. Okay? The other technique to building a morpheme is asking audience member question, thereby encouraging them to become involved. This was one of Johnny's favorite. I do this all the time as well. So you ask your audience how many you remember. I shared a small story to you just a minute ago. I asked you all to raise your hand. But what you also do is, you know, I asked, why do you think was very special skill and they respond. So the more that three best thing you can do as a speaker to your audience is you can make them laugh. You can make them CLI, you can make them engaged, right? And to engage them, we need to ask them to write questions. You know, you don't need to ask them really sophisticated ones that put you in, put them into thinking and stuff, and just general some questions. Just just, you know, basic questions that can give them an opportunity to be in this space. Also, what is really powerful if you make statements like if you were there with me just seven seconds from them, if you were sitting right to me, if you went, I've been seeing me at that moment. You make statements like this and the audience loves to be around there as well. My dear friends believe me, it is powerful, it is. That's how you can build powerful emotions. Are with you giving a speech for your audience faith, that's the second technique. Let me give the third technique. It's called a pill. It's a job that leads to a Jew that leads to another job. Ultimately, the jokes work together to prepare audience of one big blast. So what happens is one after one after one year, you keep, keep the whole sequence of jokes and it gets the audience mind-bogglingly and laugh. Increasingly, they are bursting out loud, they're having fun. It's very powerful when you are building that emotions. And there's one big burst and that goes crazy heavy. And if you can get that to speak of, boom. It took me a lot of time now as well. I don't have an expert eyes into it, but whenever I'm doing it, it feels like whoa, i'm, I'm, I'm learning, I'm getting better at this scale. You know, the job, you know, what happens with this is that the jokes work for themselves. Fun after another one, after another, one after another. And they work in a sequence and synchronization to build a very powerful emotion for your audience. And that's what we want, isn't it? The other fourth way to build emotion is by working the audience. You know, what does this mean? A favorite device of today's stand-up comedian. The performer walks into the audience and throughs question at random selected members. Very powerful, very simple. You ask questions to selected members. Where do you think Abby once had? And they said we are sad because of desires. Well, you know, what do you want a Mercedes? Don't you want to earn money? You to target a specific person in the audience. But of course, politics, you let them know later that you just cracking jokes and stuff. But you choose a specific person and you build the whole emotion around it, you know, because one, the whole audience leads to that one single person later, I have tried this. I thought, well, if I'm concentrating only one person, how will they be able to connect with my whole bunch of big audience that I have. Turns out it's not, it does not work that way. What basically happens is if you, if you target one person and you are giving the whole speech or session or whatever you are having the audience and citizens themselves in that one single person. And that goes really good. It does. I have seen that for myself, I've seen that for other speakers. So go there and build emotions. Right now, essential builds an audience member, not just from amazement at the comic, is able to come up with toppers for every answers. But from the fear that he or she may be the next victim or the performers vertical. This builds an emotion. This is not my very favorite that you put the audience into state of times and whatever he asked me, because if you make one of a few of the people in the crowd, the cloud is like, Well, I wish it did not come to me, right? And that's not what I want to have as my speaker. The other speakers might want to do it. Stand-up comedians that might be relevant for it. But for my profession which is peaking and inspiring people that might not be relevant. Now, you need to look back and see what is your purpose of giving their speech. It if it is in alignment to what we just talked about, go for it. If it is not an alignment, maybe give it anything, maybe don't do it, right? It's an independent choice that you have to be making. But are you going to be very, very careful about this choice that you make? Okay. A step further events, surprise, you know, thes the lab, the last and final part of that three is fomula is the surprise. The final statement in that sees formula is so place. It's the wonder at, It's also one of the primary blocks for a successful joke. I find it very important. Suspense and the predictability kills humor. Once again, predictability kills humor and noticed Schumer. But any sensitive feeling, what happens is that they can say, Okay, this is what's going to happen. You don't want to be too predictable with or do you want to, you want your audience to go then the Zune and think and make them ponder and stuff like that. We don't want to be too predictable. And that does not also mean that you give something very, very, what do they call it, normal novel to novel to new, and that might not be relevant as well. So, yeah, you need to build a bridge between making a sense of surprise at the end of this peach or session or whatever you're doing with your audience, whatever play you're doing with your audience, right? Okay. My defense a step further, Let's look into this. How do you so now because you have understood this, I'm going to go a little different right now. Okay? What I'm going to do now is I am going to talk about a few more powerful elements that are very powerful power of foods, ponds, etc. But will that do that? In the next video? For now, I want you to look back to the three, its formula that we talked about. Pointer of how you can apply it. Once again, target is what you know the person not put people on area that you are targeting, hostility we have already talking about it, Realism, exaggeration where you make more, you exaggerate your peak it beyond what it is. Of course, you want to make sure it's yell. Unwin's with realism. You build up emotions and then you surprise the audience. I hope this helps and I promise you the next videos are going to be really fun because we'll come back to some specific techniques and tactics that you can use. So yeah, see you in the next video, isn't it? I'm excited. I am. I don't know about you, but I'm super-duper excited, So yeah, I'm closing this video for now and see you in the next one. 16. Double Intrende and Malaprop: Okay, So my idea frames we have been discussing about different methods, different formulas, different tactics. You know, we talked about the emotion building part. We talked about so many things in the PVS past. Now, the core of the whole thing is using the words in the right way, playing around a word game. That's a very essential part of the whole thing that we're trying to do over here. You see plenty of words is what's doing the crucial gameplay over here. If you notice carefully, What's happening is when you're playing with words and you're playing with letters, and you're playing with words when you're playing with meanings and Ryan's associated with the words, That's where a quarter of humor, That's really the major part of humor is coming from. So more than 50 percent of all humor is actually based on the pleas of words in a way we can, we can call it in economy as p or w power, right? The power chromium is reminiscent of a sound effect in superhero comic. So, and does PAO and about does pack a punch and a punchline. So yeah, let's go ahead and discuss about this now, my dear friends. Okay. Now what does it mean? What does that word mean? So you say POW? Pow is a twist on a familiar cliche of PFAD is a book, movie or song title, famous quote, national ad slogan. In fact, any expression widely known by the public. Now, here's the thing. When you see this is pow. That's not. Here's what you need to understand. What do you need to do when you are doing with Pau is you need to come out there and actually practice this really well for yourself. I hope you can derive meaningful yourself out of this. And yeah, let's go a step further into applying this process that play of words into our speeches. You'll see pow is a twist on a familiar to the share, for example, we have learned about it, right? Let's go step ahead. Why don't reflect power techniques. Very importantly, we're going to go and understand each of them. The first one is double in current day and what does sound is it led me not tell you already either ways it won't be fine, right? How about we go ahead in the course, and as we go ahead in this course, we discuss about each of them, right? So first is doubling trend day. The second one is malapropisms with me, man up top. The third one is oxymoron. Oxymoron or oxymoron or oxymoron, right? The third one is, fourth one is pump. We have talked a little bit about it in the past as well, but we'll try to go deeper into it. It's specific examples so as to make sure that our interpretation is actually connect. Then we'll talk about reforming, which is an essential. And it turned in, I would say, eternal part of no matter what you're trying to do, reforming is something that, that's important in each of each and every one of them, right? And then we're going to talk about simple truth, the basic one, how simple it can be played off to create amazing humor in your speeches. And finally, we are also going to talk about take-off, right? So these are the basic things that we're going to touch up this video in this video series ahead as well. So yeah, let's do it together. So what is double in present-day? Double in trend day? That will intent rare is the use of ambiguous word or phrase that allows for a second, usually these interpretation, right? So what does w trend data means? I'm going to try to show you some example of it, right? You see dublin trend days, the word for ambiguous word or phrase that allows for a second. Usually spice interpretation, w trend, there are 40% of TCA humor because they're so easy to construct. I'd hit that. I'd hit that. And what does I'd hit that when there is a horse and you'd hit on that would mean you could sit on bad or something else is val, right? So that's what w 20 is all about. Trying to have multiple meanings for a simple, regular word. And it's a very effective and powerful way of creating homo into our speeches might have tens. I hope you go there and try to see if you can apply W2 and air into your speech is well, my friend. Okay. Now let's go step further. Doubling trend data logic behind double in 20 humor is a basic, is as basic as transitional, two meanings. The audience assumes one meaning the comic seats in an adult, right? What's happened is what's being said by the main character and the comic are covered, I think the character. Right. So Marijuana issues sent to a joint committee. And when it sees Joint Committee, the odds the simple meaning of joint is something like joint, you know, something that joins or the other meaning of joint is a group of people you know. All the other minerals joint is something related to marijuana as well. So that's where the difference comes in my dear friends, I hope you get what we mean by doubling over. Yeah. The other one I wanted to look have a look at is MOLAP rope. What does my laptop means? It is the unintentional misstatement or misuse of a word or the accidental substitution of incorrect word for the correct one. It humorous results. Malapropisms are effective in part because they allow the audience to feel this certainly can have an intron dads, right? So Maddie has a little lamb fleece verified as snow, right? So what does it do, right? What does it do? It creates a sense of understanding. Rabbi, I don't understand it really well. You don't have to see the world point I'm trying to make with you over here is that we need to be able to interpret and understand few of these really well. And if you can do it with few of them, you can actually go ahead and utilize it in other ones as well. Right. So let's move step further. My dear friends, we are looking at the other MATLAB prop, you know, slide for your better understanding. President George Bush had an habit of misspelling, spawned several books worth of my laptop's, losing. My laptop's known as boosts, hymns, boost isms include the no taxation without misinterpretation. I promise you, I've been listened to what has been said there, even though I wasn't there. So this is what is a contradiction and my laptop today, and hope if I say it that way, you're better able to understand there is a contradiction of the subject matter over there when it comes to the MLA probe, right? So you're able to understand MOLAP Rob Mendez and all these other formats we're going to we're going to be able to apply it much more easily. Let's have a look at something else as well. Let's have a look at oxymoron. What is oxymoron? Oxymoron is when you join two incompatible ideas into a single-space. It can also be called as a contradiction in terms, right? It's a little challenging than most of the other forms of humor. But as, as we have done before as well, we can open up the shadows. We can learn how each of them both, because that's what this course is about. It's about learning and developing ourselves as individuals and actually growing further, right? So let me give you a few examples of how oxymorons a walk or a few examples of oxymorons in general, found missing. So found is something that is opposed to missing. But they go together and make a meaning, right? Living dead, you know, somebody who's dead, but living good grief. How can relieve be good, working vacation? How can you be on vacation if you're working? Larger half. I mean, it's half. So how, how it is larger, right? Soft rock. I mean, how can rob be solved, right? Exact estimate. Estimate is not supposed to be exact. And then things like paved life, right? Tape life. If it is live, how can it be tasted? A small cloud mill, you can call it a gathering. You can call it a bunch of people or a group particularly large, only then we call it a cloud. So, so small ground basically means nothing at all, right? Furthermore, extinct life, it can't be extinct. It as if it has lived, right? And historic. You've seen that I've historic life-saving stations imagery that again does not make any sense. So when oppose it, words come together in a sentence or a word like that. That's when oxymoron happened back to what is the meaning of oxymoron? I got you all clear now about all these different theme that we have talked about in the pow. I know we haven't talked about Pam be forming simple truth and take-offs right now nobody is. We're going to discuss it further in the next video, and I'm till then. Thank you so much. See you in the next video. Bye-bye. 17. Pun and Reforming: Okay. My defense now let us jump into pan. Now what is a pump? So basically a PAN is word using a v that two or more words, possible meanings are actively the same. You know, it is like the formation of word to sound like that. Not exactly ammonium. Right. So what is the point M seal of approval. So this is a seal and when he says seal of approval, we are actually, you don't want atom meaning of c, right? The one that is used in government offices to approve things and the other that is the animal version of seal. So that's what we do with a fund that we actually create multiple meanings of the same work. And therefore we use that interpretation to actively, I understand, you know, multiple things, you know. So that's what punk is, that's what one is very, very powerful tool various people, while greatly doing into public speaking, use it amazingly. And I would highly recommend you to actually go out there and at least try to see how you can develop it, right? Let's have a look towards the next slide. I'm going to go deeper into one for you. So I'm going to give you some examples are found full euro. What do you get by it? What does a grape see when you step on it? You know, what does it we've see just imagine what does a grip generally say? You know, it says nothing. It says Just a little wine. Wine and wine. Similar sounding and that's how you can create the same meaning. I don't see when I see it's similar sounding. It can also mean that they have a relatively similar pronunciation and the word is a little different. What do you call a smelly chicken? Foul fall, you know. So will you be my valentine? That's the thing over here. Right. I hope you're getting what we are trying to do. Yeah. So basically, when you're playing with words, when you are playing with the meaning of words, when you're playing with a sequence of letters and you're playing with the rime software finally becomes eventually easily. I think it is one of, if not the most, one of the most easy to get anyone can learn and develop. But again, with more people, some people are just naturally funny and they can come up with jokes and stuff like that. And there are other people like you and me who have to do conscious effort to actually develop it, right? So there's no issue if you don't have it internally through this course, we are definitely trying to deal with people and you can try to do that further as well, right? So I hope you've got a brief idea what you're talking about over here. And once you are done with that, once you have an initial understanding, we can move on. Okay. My defense, now let us go to another example of one. They can be quite clips at as file, another word for rectal problems, you know, as far as the game as well. With friends like you who needs enemies, right? Right. So i ice cream cone, right? So are you getting what we're doing with this? What actually PAN is all about is playing around meanings of the word. And here's the thing. The pundit works in a pile might not work in the US. The pundit works in us, might not work in India. Ernie Pyle, because the interpretation, the level of English, the wheels, Mitch lingo, the language is spoken, is different across the countries, right? And so basically, we need to be very, very careful about the way you are utilizing these words that swells to make sure that you are not, you know, because it's hard to understand for somebody in India this specific joke, right? If you're in US, you get it, but if you're from India, It's a little challenging to get it right. So what I'm trying to say no wholesome is you need to be able to develop this. Now the example of one. So here is the stepladder right at the little one cell to the bigger one. You are not my real father. You know, you see what's happening here. We're trying to actually create alternate meanings. Out of the same bird. What does step means? Step means to walk, but step also means not, not in blood lesion, right? Pumps can also be used to create a daffy definition. What's Fahrenheit? Fair and height? A moderately taunt person. How the fair in and hype when they come together it becomes Ferran height, right? Detail. The act of removing that till D tail. You differentiate that d, the pill. This is what it's all about. This is what it's all about my dear friends. And I hope you get what we're doing over here with this. If you are doing with this, we are going ahead with another example. Content where prisoners sleep, file on camping trip. Why CO on means somebody who's a convict and 10 mils. So if you can take away votes, you can also come with, come up with these things like this. Let's try to do with ambulance and view lens. I am Bu land. So this is not, this is not humorous, but what I'm trying to say is that when you try to be converts and trying to find human out of it over time, you'll be able to develop it, right? I hope you got the idea of what I'm trying to say, my dear friend. Okay, Let's go ahead. Now what is V forming? Another very powerful tool for reforming is a process that adds a twist of surprise ending to what reshape, what. Adds a wish or so play's ending to a cliche, predictable hack and praise or common word phase or expression. Are there POW techniques such as double in 20 and punch rely heavily on V forming. There are several ways to deform facial expressions. So what this does, what are deforming does actually is it helps us utilize and understand the way in which we use the other common techniques like double intron day or all these other ones, right? And pumps and funds, et cetera. All of these are majorly lined on the technique of relief forming basically. So if you want, what we can ahead also do is you can go ahead and try to unshackle, have a better understanding about what the formula is and what techniques we can use to actually deform in a better way. Because once we are able to understand things better, we are much more likely to either put it into action or live with it, or actually use it into our general real life as well. And the intention of me, Buddhist schools is to actually meet you take action most importantly beyond everything else, right? So yeah, let's go ahead. So basically what is V forming? Reaffirming is transposition of words. The first tree to the farmer, fees, or PC, is to transport the transport of words to create a new related content. Drama critic, Walter Winchell did this in a review of a season opener. Who am I to storm the first cost? Then there is the classic drugs you have not asked think as you I'm not as stone as I think, you know, I'm not as think as you Stone I am. So it's basically trying to be in that tune, right? So it's a very powerful way. You actually transpose the words in a sentence in different places. You see I'm not as thick as used tuned I am. This is somebody who is actually stored. I would say it this way, right? So that's how it works. And transposition of words is actually easier than most people think. It is much more easy to apply to learn to use in general as well. So what we can try to do is we can try to learn how to transpose and reform all of these words. And yeah, this is just one of the techniques of information. We are going to look at the other ones as well as we go ahead with this course. But if you haven't learned anything, please make sure you try to apply it right away. Because the intention of creating this course is not just to learn or listen, but to apply and use it in real life. Okay, now what is another way to twist? Replace a few letter in a keyword? Remember the word keyword is the key in the Word of God. To me what I'm trying to say, write the keyword. So every sentence has one major word most often that makes the most meaning. Of course you can compare, but here's the thing. The second most frequent type of reforming is replacing one or two letters in a keyword or present tense of achieving a surprise turn office, I will not count off my nose to spite my wrist. Right? So if you're getting an idea of what's happening here, what we're generally just doing is we're twisting, twisting. What did we twist over here? That spied my wreath. It's one among them. I'm not going to tell you you need to go out there actively practice because when you do it on your own, you'll be able to have idea that you didn't have before and that's what my intention is. Okay. Let's go ahead media folks. Let's go a step ahead. Yes. So the other way is to use a hormonal. The third way to reform a cliche is to use ammonia, a similar sounding word. But the second possible interpretation, reforming the two ammoniums often creates double and grantees all parts. As in the restaurant names like what AND rule mustards last time, pleasing salads and Aesop's table. You put out something that is a little guy me, right to the cliche of words. Like the cliche word is walk or folk at bitterly to walk w, e, k, right, so that's very powerful. I'll share to you further about how Buddhism and other techniques in the next video. So yeah, I'll see you in the next video, guys. 18. Simple Truth, Triples and Harmony: Okay, so we were having a look about how ammonium, and I just hope that you got a brief understanding of how hominins or how they can be actually apply it into your life. And I wish that you go out there and apply it in your public speeches. So Suez, to further go ahead with it, you might offend. I want to introduce you to a simple truth. What Simple Truth? Mix, logic and logical. It's commonly referred to as the call me a taxi or call me or Dr. formula. All male taxi. Okay. You are the tax you all call me or Dr. Why are you sick? So basically it's very, very simple. So if someone says, quote, mere taxi, so the other person says, Okay, you are taxi. So you know, the, the verb over here called mere taxes used as you are tax-free. The other one called my doctor. It's been so you are you sick? No. Am just graduated from med school sort of world called me a doctor has to multiple meanings over here. I hope you are able to get what we're doing with this where you have my deer fence, right? But trying to bring that defense with this simple with multiple meanings of the simple truth, right? Okay. Okay. Okay. Okay, okay. So I hope you've got the simple truth part. Let us have a further demonstration of this as we mature, calm medically. A simple two techniques permit a whole series of Formula jokes. I went to the bookstore and ask the saleswoman, where are the self-help section? She said if she told me, it would defeat the purpose. So it is self-help, right? So you need to do it on your own. And if you're just told where the self-help book is, actually does not make sense because it is self-help. You're opposed to finding Tokyo good. So that's what the whole story is. You know? So again, Pilot people highly useful yet inappropriate as a gap. So this is the whole idea with simple through to picking something very, very simple, very general, and just play with the word beanie. So, you know, every single word out there, you know, you know, microphone. So one meaning of microphone is the normal microphone. Thank You know, the other one is micro small phone. Do you have a microphone Bois have a big one, right? So the whole idea is this is how you can play with simple throat are very simple, very effective technique. And I highly encourage you to give it a shot because it can't be a game changer in your journey to try and to inculcate humor. A bigger speeches might be afraid. Okay. Let's talk about the harmony appeared elements that VAD, IT's of period elements, paired phrases or sentences, paired words or period numbers. What does that mean when you pair freezes, fear water freezes. So I would say certain meaningful lines, right? And then sentences is what you already know. Paired Woods is what you already know, and peered numbers as well. I believe you already understand what that means. So what happens is when these things that period phrases are in alignment or statements, sentences and alignment or words are working together, period numbers and working together to actually make a lot of yield meaning that are understandable by people. And it is very, very useful to actually apply it into the speech it is. Then we're going to, we're going to delve deeper into the period elements. Now, we're going to see how it is applicable for us into our speech, how you can practically apply it. Because as I said it before as well, this course focuses on your ability to actually go back and use these learnings to become a better speaker. So let's go step ahead. What cripples, cripples are one of the most common human formulas. They have been used for so many years in the, there was a priest, a barista and Robbie format. So what happens then when you use all of these together is when you use all of this together is fit feed such clicker man actually did walk into a bar and the bartender asked, is this some kind of a joke? Right? So what happened is there was a priest minister did RB format there. Such clergyman actually did walk into a pot. The bartender ask, is it some kind of a joke? But 3, one of the most common, they have been used for so many years, right? So the triples Ramadan uses hostility, exaggeration and a buildup of tension. A sub play's ending that inflates a priori. What are the payoff? The payoff is actually the result that we expect from the audience to have. Is it Laughter? Is it digging into too much of law? But whatever it is, right? That's what triggers as most tripled our short two or three sentences. But longer triples can work if done correctly. The opening lines and logical say W5, a land line is most Adagio dance. Yes. What happens here? The first 3, first, second, third, 3 lines into the whole triples, right? Or three words. The first two, the first and the second one actually do weak meaning. They are making sense. They do have real meaning and all that stuff. And then triples, it does not have a specific meaning. So what happens when it does not have a specific meaning is something that you can already understand in a way that there is a change. There is a change the whole setting, right? So yeah, I hope you understand the whole thing. Dopamine lines are logical setup at the file in line is most at osseous. So let's go to the 50 part of the further apart. They are according to comic GOD developed by William Young. The only thing she pads to most commited bits, the setup, the anticipation, and the punchline. What did I just see? The setup, the background over there before the humor. The joe comes in, the anticipation, the triple that's put in. And the final one is the anticipation. And when all of these three happen, That's what boom, the HMO actually operates. So if you want, what I'm going to do is I will do delve deeper into the S and P, because what I intend to do is to go deeper into each of them and actually give you and show you about how each of them are working in hand together, one after another. So the setup is my wife and I don't get along. So this is a setup. This is the general fees. No humor do too is just a general line. Now, it shows what's important for you to understand. Use this guideline to create a humor of your own, for your own speech might be a friend. If you're able to do that, that's when they'll be ideal meaning to what we're trying to do. So once again, what I suggest you to do is to, first of all take a very common statement, my wife and I don't get along. That's the basic setup. The other anticipation, I take my meal separately, I take a separate vacation, and I sleep in a separate room. These are the three statements. Here's the thing. It is a little different than what we had talked before because before part the third line has a post in the herd. The third line does not have any twist. The fourth line, after the third line is where the twist is, I take my meal separately, I take a separate vacation and I sleep in a separate bedroom. It's all good deal. And then I'm doing everything I can to keep the marriage to get though. So here they're saying separately. Separately, separately. They say we are doing this to keep keep ourselves together. You see how it's going, right? That's how the triples wall, That's how the triples work. A very simple, very powerful formula and I suggest you to actually give a short two, right? Okay, let me give you another example. Notice how the triple sequence in the next example sets up the value of the last line. See very carefully, very carefully. See. I'm going to show you three variations over here right now. And I want to see how we are making a differentiation over here ticket. Notice how the triple sequence in the next example sets up the value of last name. If you want to be seen, stand up. If you want to be heard. Speaker. If you want to be appreciated, shut up. You know, the third one is setting up a value right? Depth. And that's very, very essential to be done in any speech, any context. And that's what I wanted to basically understand my re-offense when you are using these triples, it actually works. There's a great tool for you to be able to speak really well. I hope you understand this well. I hope this makes sense to you. And if it does, we can go ahead and delve deeper into understanding what we're trying to do, my dear friends. Okay. Let us go, Let us go. Let's go, let's go. Okay. Two out of 321, we go to the next slide and delve deeper, right? So a common variation on the SAT formula is to set up a joke with a triple. In other words, to include the triple knot in the e, right? It's in the set of the three things are in the setup, not in the ICD Dipesh, anticipation part, the formula, but in the first P preparation, the second element of the joke den refers to something unrelated in the triple. Finally, in the punchline, the answer to the question refers to the triple. In this setup. Once you learn this formula, the variations multiplier. Now what does this mean? We have our districts so confusing. I can't end to get what you mean to say, right? It is rather confusing for me. I understand it might be confusing. And so for the same reason, what we're going to do is we're going to go deeper and try to interpret all of these things for ourselves. Okay? So that's what the whole part is now even before you go ahead right now, I'm going to try to talk to you about where to use humor in your speech. Okay? I discussed about triples. We had a very productive discussion that we had about tuples might have tens. I hope you got understanding of how the triples walk, how you can utilize it into your speeches. Well, and now we're going to go under crucial other part, almost defined. We are almost towards the last part, I would say the fourth part of the, if you, if you were to slip this whole, you know, split this whole course into four sections. We're going to delve deeper into where and how to inculcate Hugo into the different pieces of our speeches. So yeah, if you're ready, let's go there. Let's go there. Okay. 19. Where To Use Humour In Speech: Okay, So my defense now we are going to talk about how and very to use humor in our public speaking. Now when you say humor in public speaking, it is a very powerful tool to help you get started. Why is it very, very helpful? Well, this is how humor works. What's the nature of human mighty offense? That needs to have humor basically is that you want people to love. The question is that if I make people laugh too much when they move away from my course materials or what I'm trying to share, my coat, my core content of my speech, and then a lot of illusions and confusions like that that exists. In this specific video, we're going to look into where to use humane your speech. Which part? It is suggested that you use your humor. And when you use humor in different parts of the speech, Let's say beginning body part. Last part, we're going to discuss about how we can actually go and then use it specifically in each of them. I'm going to give you specific, I'm trying to give you specific examples. Show you demonstrations so that you are able to just go right away, right into it and actually apply what we talk about. My intention is for you to take action as it was before. So yeah, let's go ahead and try to see humor into different parts of the speech. Now before we go into different sections, which are very, very important, I agree. I'm going to show you something very powerful. You is something not to be put into speech, but to included in the speech, to be a part of speech. You don't want to push humor into the content of your speech. You want to live with you more. You want to have that as a part. You're going to do 50k it basically that's what I'm trying to say, and we're not trying to fake it. The audience can know, okay, this guy's not treating it as real and that's what you want. Thing now is where to use humor, which path to use humor? But one idea is you can use it any way in your speech. You can use it at the beginning, at the end, or you can use it somewhere in between. But everywhere you use it, you want to make sure that degree of humor is somewhat suggested. Some books certain, you don't want to be too, too humorous aside in the beginning of the speech or you can be, or do you? It depends on the audience, basically what I'm trying to say, you might want to be very humorous in the beginning. All you might want to be too humors in the body rather, you might want to be too humorous in the ending all in the other part of this piece, what I'm trying to say basically is you must have clarity as to where you want to use in your speech. Because that's going to play a very, very essential and important rule into your school public speeds that you will get. So be very conscious, very, very, very, very clear about US using humor, right? So let's go ahead. Mighty offend. Yeah, let's go ahead. Let's go ahead. So what's happening? What's happening is very easy. Like, let's do this together. You're going to do, is, we're going to go into it, use different tom, different humorous ones and let's try to understand it now. Now, even before we go into VA to use humor, you can play with the audience emotions by grabbing attention with humor and then hitting them with a very heavy message. Make them laugh, cry, and whatever it is, or to mourn does it connects. Crying does connect, but human builds a different types of connection. Okay, So what are we going to do now? What we're going to do is what we're going to do now is we're going to try to delve deeper into understanding where to use humor into our speeches, right? Let's go, let's go, let's cool. It's good to understand it. Number one, we're going to see, when we're going to do, you're going to see something very essential, very powerful. We're going to have a look into the different parts of humor. Now the other thing is before we go ahead, I just want to take a break and we'll continue from here from the next video, the beginning of the speech, because that's an essential part and then we'll take it from this. So yeah, see you in the next video. 20. Humour In Beginning: Okay, So in the last video, we were talking about how to grab the audience's attention with humor. And now we're going to go to go deeper into it by using, by understanding how to use this in two different parts of a speech. Because that does make a difference that is very important to be discussed right at this very moment. So if you're ready, let's take a step forward and do it. So first of all, even we go into the beginning of the speech. Let me just tell you, you can use humor in your introduction itself for the or just say, finito Toastmasters pH, or the final competition where you have the choice to give an introduction to the, to the host that this is what I wanted to introduce me as. That's very powerful because you have the liberty then to choose what you are coiled and you can use creativity over that. Believe me, it works wonderfully. I do it very often. I know people who do it very often. And it does work as a very powerful tool. So here's what I want you to do. I want to take Charles, I want you to do. I want it to be choosy about how you're using certain words and powerfully direct it threw us to innovate that it is helpful for you. So in the very beginning that before the introduction of you in your speech, what I basically want to do is create a very, something funny, a moment of three triples. In the introduction. What do I mean, babble nowadays the SEO success assigned to international, international speaker and an expert at stealing chocolates at some stage at night because his mom runs a bakery, right? So this is the effect of three does create an impression. And when you can create human right away, it gives a very bold message to your audience that this guy is not here to just come and, you know, give stuff he has some value, is going to entertain. And at the same time makers learn some amazing stuff. That's what, that's what we want to do. Speakers for our audience. You want to give such a powerful message, right? Okay, my defense, I hope you have an idea of what I'm talking about now. You can play with the audience emotions. Now, I talked about before the introduction. Now let's talk about how to use a very, very powerful introduction. Okay? So first of all, in the beginning of the speech, you can use humor by cracking a very initial joke, right? Use humor, the beginning of a switch to let the audience know that you're going to have a good time. It will also give a relax by giving you what Peggy Newman describes as the quick victory of laptop. It does give you four Charlotte middle, the audience feels that you are going to do something good. But at the same time, it does something very other important as well. Just take a moment to think what it could be. Okay, If you haven't yet, Guess what it does. It, it builds confidence within you as a speaker that you are not going to come around and just mess around. You're going to work on, on your speech and make a difference around it. And I'm sure it going to be very, very good and beneficial for you. So yeah, go out there, try this out and see what difference it makes. But at the same time and you're using it in the beginning, the question is in which format do you use it, right? So I'm going to give you some key studies that you can use as reference and there we can build it from there. For an example, in impromptu speech, you can say at the very start, let me see that we both have something in common. You don't know what I'm going to say and neither do I. Speakers Handbook of humor. This comes from the speakers Handbook of a humor, very interesting book that you can use when I'm, when you have specifically a case of impromptu speeches, you can use this. Of course, makes sure you don't lose it too many times for the same crowd. But you can use it for a unique start of your speech in front of your audience. Remember what I'm seeing is this can be using impromptu speech and other general speech topics. You can use it differently according to the topic of the speech act must vary, of course, but it really depends on the topic that you are touching into and make sure it is delivered to that, right? Okay, let's take a step further. My friends. A speaker to speak to 2000 emits he began non gentleman, there's one big difference with you with within between all of you and me, you got caught, right? So when this happens, it already creates a sense of humor in front of your audience. And this again, is something very powerful that you can use in front of the speeches that you are giving, right? So yup. This example of prison inmates site, but you can use another example out there. Like let's say you're speaking to a bunch of students. The only thing good about me and the only thing about you and me is when teachers hated us or whatever it is, make sure it is revenue. You're not pushing it through. But yeah, I hope you get what I'm trying to same gender. Right? Okay. If you do understand what I'm seeing in general, let us let us take a step ahead and make a difference right now. Okay? Now, fair to use humor in the beginning of speech, at beginning of acceptance piece. I'm not one of those people who say I don't really deserve this honor because that would be duplication of effort. I have a wife for that, you know. So my wife would simply say You don't deserve on that, right? So basically this is what the author, this is what the whole thing is in the beginning of the acceptance piece, you can use something like this. Beginning of something else. You can use something different. But in different cases, if you're just refer to this book speakers Handbook of humor, it gives beautiful case studies of indifferent situations how to use humor, right? I very much suggests you to give a hand, get a handle of it. And I'm shop, when you try to read through it, you'll get some really powerful insight. So that's what I wanted to cover. What using humor in the beginning of the speech before the talk about using it in the body, middle part of the speech and the ending of the speeches. Well, so yeah, see you in the next video. Bye bye. 21. Humour In Middle, End & Introduction To Inheriting Humour: Okay, So in the last video, we had an amazing discussion about using humor in the beginning of the speech, my dear friends. Now in this video we're going to look at how to use humor in the middle and body part of our speech. Remember we're going to talk about some key insights and these are some really powerful ones. But at the same time that tons of other tools that can be used that people use and I'm sure you can as well use. So speaker, while speaker talking about eliminating those people who don't subscribe to that team spirit said, we used to say on the farm that you can't teach a pig to sync it to waste your time. And 80, it's the hell out of the pig. How to avoid, how to hold your audience with your humor. That's the book name of Jean Peret, right? So basically what you do is you want to, you want to give jokes relevant to situation. Finally, what can we some key, you know, if you're going in as a speaker or just someone who's going to give a three to five minute speech. In case it's just a three to five minute speech, it won't be that big of an issue. But if there's a longest speech, you want to be prepared with this situation, but it's generally occurring, occurs. This is what I'm going to do, right? So when you have trained in their mind in this way that you know, when these situations come, this is what I'm going to see and that situation comes, that's what I'm going to see. It actually prepared you for all this situation and that develops in you powerhouse as a speaker. So yeah, I just want to suggest you to actually work on this and it shall be very, very helpful and powerful for you, right? Okay, So if you want, at this very moment, we can pick a leap forward and talk about further things that can be related to what you can do in the middle part of your speech. In a speech about regulatory reform, the speaker used an analogy. Being regulated these days is a lot like being the nearest fire hydrant to the dog pound. You know, they'll have to turn to you in an emergency, but it show tough dealing with those daily infringes. What is, what are we doing over here? So public speaking for dominance talks about book where people are not engaging and you'll want to engage with them, right? So basically this is just an example of a radiation of you using humor and this, we'll do this video. I'm going to give me examples of how to use your main middle of his speeches. Babel, where further? These are good examples, but these are situation, situation. How can I further include humor into my speech? Very important and powerful question, this is what we're gonna do for you to develop or put humor into an independent, even any given part of the speech. One powerful thing beyond everything else that you can do, my friend, is very simply go there and in your content itself, make sure you are being very, very precise with certain things. What do I mean? You want to use dialogues, you want to add, use as many dialogues as possible. I've talked about this in a previous video as well. What happens when you're using dialogue is you give yourself room to put in humor, to inject humor. Because in a dialogue you can create around variation in entire loan. You can play out all these different elements that are generally used in your public speech. So you're trying to find out spaces and places that you can inculcate humor in your speech with dialogues. Furthermore, there's another interesting thing that can be done around dialogues and just let me shade straight away to you. And that is that you can exaggerate and exaggerate with comparison. You know, he looked like Barack Obama with longer hair or he sounded like Tim. You know, he sounded like John synonyms just after winning a game or something like this. You know, that people can relate to and that can work as a very good, powerful tool. Okay, so we talked about how to use it in the beginning, in the middle as well. And these two make sense as well. But if you take a step further, you will realize that in the middle part up further ways you can inculcate it. Very simple, very small, little ways, but it is that when you learn that you can put it into different places and spaces that you develop a leverage over most of the other people who cannot. So yeah, I very much suggest and recommend you that you find out how in middle further Caitlin Kauket humor. Okay, so now let's come to the end of your speech. Now, Endo fewer species. Something very important because this is the rule you tend to remember most. Remember first war, to listen last, what did I just see? You tend to remember first. What do you listen to it last? So let's say you have a speech about public speaking. Let's say you have a speech about community development or hunger or poverty or, or, you know, corruption or anything. Make sure you end it with a bang. And. Banco can be anything. The end of your speeches want the audience member the most. It's the, it's the bit that take home with them. So why not leave them laughing? You know, they have been here so far. They have been with you the whole time that you gave this pizza. When you're ending it, we want to end it on a node that is memorable for them. That they can go home and basically say, well, that was an interesting one, you know? So you start amazingly, you do friend tools in the beginning as I showed you, you can use that tools, these tools in the middle your way to use tools. But if the ending is where you want to be carefully crafting and using tools that can help you leverage in your public speech, right? Let's go a step further. So the whole idea I'm trying to say is you want to start strong with your humor, with your content of your speech. But at the same time, when you are giving your speech or to n smart, start strong and strong. And when you can start strong and strong at the same time, it's going to create a loop. Not the best of content or most humorous, but the most numerous of content are best sometimes as well. So if you prepare in that certain way, it's going to be very helpful for you. I'm going to be very loose in long-run for you. I hope you go out there. And that helps you in general, right? Okay, let's go step further now. Tips to tap into your inherit human, right? We talked about all of this. Now we're going to talk and do different things. But hopefully you said to use humor in the end. But can you give some example? Sure, I'll do it for you. While ending your speech. What you can further do is you can basically give a very, very, very, you look back to what happened in the course, you'll see when I see using humor, what I like to also do is that when I see a session happening, There's something humor is going on every single time. Either there's a guy with a really different kind of hear a beautiful lady who love steady awesomely. So you mentioned that in the beginning of speech or in the bitter part of speech or the later part of the speech. And that actually creates a very good impression for you, for your audience. And that works wonderfully as well. So yeah, you can give that a shot and see how that works out for you. Believe it will work out awesomely, amazingly, and you'd love to see the impact that it creates. Okay. Now the question we are going to ask is, can we tap into inherit humor, humor that you already have within us, right? How do we tap into that? I'm going to give you a quick sneak peek into how to tap into the inherit luma, some ways in which you can inherit humor within yourself. You remember I said in the very beginning that one is you are artificially trying to put humor into your speech. The other is you're just, you're just funny as you are. And that's another way of incubators, right? Of course, the second one is better than the first one because it happens naturally then over time, almost all people are able to do it, right? But right now we're going to learn how to intentionally become inherited with humor. That we don't have to tap. We don't have intentionally find out, okay, double in trend and then fun and alliterations and exaggeration. Well, it's happening on our own. That's what is ideal for us, right? So let's see how we can tap into the inherited form of human. The number 1 is identify what makes you laugh. Remember, it is your speech and the audience is the listener. When this something that you love and what you find funny, the chances of your audience finding it funny is much more likely. They're called cultural things and stuff like that. There might be a little bit of dividends, but in most cases, the chances that you chances are there are some things in the world that make your life like TV shows, movies, books, certain blocks, etc. Pay attention to this stuff and find out really what makes this funny. You know? And when I say what makes this funny, let me also give you some really amazing techniques that to actually find out what makes this funny. I learned this technique from this book called basically this book, very powerful and good book called decoding greatness, highly recommended if you are into the field of content creation or something like that. So what this does is when you're talking about identifying our humor and in defining what makes us laugh, we are trying to tap into what actually Sumer numerous in certain situations. And how we do that. Number one technique is to find out what are the 33 to five key things that happened in a stanza? Or, you know, just put out a rule of thumb 20 percent of what is funny. So you find out what could be a part of this 20 percent and then revitalize them integrals each. And you'll see how that actually helps things turn into the direction of humor for you. Write a very simple yet powerful technique that I'm shading to you is identified things that personally make you laugh and actually build replicate that for others as well. So that's the initial instance that I wanted to put you with. I'm going to give you a few more examples and stuff like that moving ahead. But this is it for this. 22. Identify things that make you laugh: Okay, so welcome back. We were having a wonderful discussion about identify the things that Amicus laugh in the first place. And we talked about the basic things. First of all, you talked about different things that we have heard of, like movies and certain blogs, etc. But right now let's take it a step further. Now what I want you to do is this duly puns, trans, observational humor, slapstick, double infant days, et cetera, whatever it is. I want you to make a note of it. This timing of Schumer that makes EU law is a good style to start weaving into your speaking. Now, everybody has a different genre of humor that they personally really enjoy. Like what I might enjoy, might not be seem to what do you enjoy? So just to start with what you enjoy, it is a good beginning for you. Now, if you might save Apple, but maybe the audience does not like that so much. Well, that might be true as well that the audience is not like that very much. But at least you have a basic place to start with because you're already comfortable with this, you're getting me right. So started something that makes you laugh and make a note of it, a very basic note of it. And when you can take a very basic note of it, that can be very influential, very powerful, very important to help you just get initially started in the first place, right? So it is important to make note of what kind of humor you personally enjoy. And then we can use that into your basic style of learning is well, my dear friend, okay. Now, to add to that also add mode of those things that make you laugh into your life. This will help you in two ways, you know, at more of things. First of all, what happens is that if you add what makes your life, you are not faking anything, you know. And when you're not faking anything, you are just being genuinely yourself. What happens as the effect of that is you are able to look natural. It does not look like you're pretending. It does not look like you're forcing humor. It feels like, okay, these are human and you're just putting it out there. And that's really essential that you are not forcing humor it really place because that can look disastrous to you and your audience in general. So that's what I wanted to understand in the first place, my defense now, we'll go ahead and discuss further. So you need not worry. Let us make this journey and transition further together. Okay, so first of all, do this, add more of what you like in humour and then it's easier to write funny presentations when you feel funny, again, you're feeling in file, when you're feeling that human, when you're enjoying that human genuinely yourself, it is much more easier to work through it and develop your humor like that. You know why? Again, because you are comfortable with that. You do it Usually you enjoy that. Usually. You listen to that usually. And that can turn out to be very, very helpful for you. For right now, let's take a step further. My defend. Consistently watching, reading, and listening to things that make you laugh will help you feel funny. And only when you are in fun, when you are feeling funny. The audience, we feel funny with you as well. We have talked about this idea and concept before as well. So I hope you are able to accept and apply it in your humor part of the speech. And I am sure it will work in the positive sense for you as well. So if you are okay with it, Let's cool. Let's, let's take a step further and also add, add mode of things that make you laugh into your life. Okay? And what does life into your life means? These are little things that happen in your life that make you feel okay. This was funny. This is a funny incident that happened. I was just reviewing quick example. So what happened is my mom when she was learning how to make my poor, which is like my father's sister, came to our house and they will make it came together. And what happened is the whole cake. They put all the ingredients together and they made the cake. I was, I guess 10 or 12 years around that point of time. And they put the cake ahead. And I was secretly, you know, taking a little piece of the cake and I put it in my mouth. And I said This is so freaking sod. And they'd be like, you don't know how to taste things, you know, ten years old and you still haven't learned. And I'm seeing this is really sad. Believe me, listen to me, and they wouldn't listen to me at all, right. So I said, oh, and I kept persisting and seeing a human again. And they tasted it and realize it was Sun. So they wondered, how did it turn SAR when they had put all the ingredients right? They checked and checked and found out. And in a place where they will propose to put Suger, they put soda. And what happened is both white and they will using a crushed sugar. So it looked very similar to soda, almost no difference identifiable without pasting. And that's why they got it, mix it up, and that's how it became something really funny. But I have just melted it vertically right now, right? When I shared this is a humorous story. It works something else as well. So when I share this with my audience with a less than what could be the lesson. First, they won't believe in you, then they laugh at you. But then if you persist over time, they'll have to accept if you are right. So you know, so that's what he's a very good example and contexts that I want you to give you as we go ahead right now, my real friends, it's easier to write funny presentations when you feel funny, consistently watching, reading, and listening to things that make you laugh will help you feel funny, right? I step further. Identifying the things that make you laugh. You see you can learn from the things you laugh at. Structure style, construction and pacing. All can be learned from observation. I use really listen to stand up comedians because they make me laugh. But sometimes I will pay careful attention not to what the Canadian is safe, but rather to all audiences of how a single, all the nuances of how are we saying. Because as I've said it before as well, you will, is not about words. Humor is not about the jewel. Schumer is not about the quantity itself as well. The moles and major part of humor is about delivery, which comes like body language, variety with the audio and stuff like that. And when those things and made right, the human in general as well becomes right. So that's what I wanted to understand from the very point, this very, this point that we are in right now, that this is very essential. This is very important for you to understand. Okay? Let's take a step further. Let's take a step further, my dear friends. You can learn from the things you laugh at structure style. Learning from observation actually listened to stand up comedians because they make me laugh. But sometimes I'll play club, I'll I'll I'll pay careful attention to what the committee and he's saying, but rather how they're saying it. This helps in understanding tools so that you can use to make presentations for me or I also like to do this. Listen to stand up comedians, listen to their jokes. And the intention is doing not because you want to cheat or something like that, but when you do that, something very simple but important happens. And basically what happens very simply my friend is, you are able to find out patterns. Are these patterns, these are something that you can replay a replicate into your life as well. You can put into your life as well. And that is awesome because you are able to replicate, they're able to replicate. And that works awesomely for us well. So I hope you got the contents. You got an idea of what we're trying to do. And yeah, let's let, let let go step ahead. Right. Okay. We talked about the first step and now in the next video we'll talk about the second tip in the very depth. This was identified things that make you laugh. I'll see you in the next. 23. 4 further steps to inculcate humor: Okay, My dear friends, let us talk about a very important second tip now, if you want to inculcate humor into your speeches, you see it's important, as I've said before, to make people laugh in your speeches, right? But if you were to get a step further, I need to identify how you can not just create and come up with jokes, but learn and have that skill to develop them when you need them, right? So now the first step was to identify what makes us laugh and replicate it into our life. For the. But in this video, we will try to find out the things that you already do that make others laugh. You know, the things that you already do that make other labs see less old mode. There are situations and things that make us laugh, you know? And before I get and delve deeper into this whole concept, let me do this. I have had a wonderful interview with a world champion of public speaking. Let me add a snippet of what he has to, he has to say about inculcating human in speech. And then we'll move forward. That there's some humor in it. That's right. There's humor in stories and I always tell people, never add humor to a speech, okay? Always uncover hunger within it. That's why, and here's exactly where you're gonna find, because if you add it, it's going to feel in authentic, it's going to feel inorganic, like you're reaching for it, but if you uncover it, it's right there. So you're going to find it within your stories. You're going to find it within your characters. You're going to find that within your characters dialog where they say to each other, find in the inner dialogue. And here's the best part. You're going to find in the spaces and faces you make in-between. In-between the most people is don't give any thought to that. I don't give any thought to that. So I think it's really important to understand that. In fact, let me share something with you really quickly. This is a quick example of the spaces and faces between the lines. I'm just going to go past, go pass that one, will go past this one. So right here is an example of me becoming another character and this is an Ireland. Remember the story? Okay. All right. Have you watched any of the Summer Olympics? Oh, I loved the Summer Olympics, but I like the 2012 Summer Olympics even better. Because do you know the oldest participant in the 2012 Summer Olympics was? Yes. Yes. Yes. It was a 74-year-old equestrian from Japan. 74-year-old. A question from different. So my seven-year-old son and I are watching this on TV. And of course all the commentators kept harping on was the guy's age, right? They just kept saying he's 74, tenure, believe he's 7474. Finally, my seven-year-old son looked up and said, well, how does the horse do you see how I temporarily became my son? That's my facial expression. Everything. I didn't have to do much higher of a voice, but just make it subtle assault change and temporarily become him. And that's going to bring your stories alive as well. Because carriers are taught me something very important. She said Craig, and people won't remember what you say as much as they'll remember what they see along, you say it. So you've got to make it very visual. And I'm Italian is wipe off a lot of people. They don't mimic correctly. That's right. Right. You ever seen somebody say I was on I was on a telephone last week and I'm like last week, what kind of phone is this? So the way you mimic correctly as you put the phone up to your ear, you take it off, boom, there's your phone. I think is possible and realistic aspect. Currently as postulates like sometimes people are telling stories like I was driving down the road the other day. I would do in an outdoor works out with they're in LA korean. Daron said, you, were you driving the space shuttle? Like what would you do it? And I'll give you one last example. I was in China. This is, you've got to know where you put everybody on everything on stage, right? That's right. I'm in Guangzhou, China and I have a lady come up and she's giving her speech. And this is exactly what she did. She said she said I went to my four-year-old daughter and I said Honey. And I was like, I'm in China, so I was like Is your daughter Yao Ming, why you look away up that high or understand that spoke. So it's important to stage everything and understand where everybody is on a stage because every story is going to have several characters. Tell a story, make a point and mimic correctly. And then if you want to, we can get into the structure of a story if you like. Know what I, what I suggest is not necessarily writing the speech. I speak my way into speaking. Okay. I mean, by that is I come up with an idea and then I go and I start speaking. I go start speaking just to myself. Just awesome. And then I'll turn it into a story and I'll go and try it out. Either at Toastmasters or, or in front of friends and family, you know, I'm not telling them, hey, I'm going to tell you a story. I just, I'll just share the story with them. And then if I do it at NSA or Toastmasters or something like that, I'll record and then I'll go back home and listen to it. Then I can listen for where did they chuckle? Was? Was there a part where they started to laugh a little bit. So I can go back and punch that part up. So usually I'll come up with the story and then the humor will, will kind of creep its way in later, like with that first story I told today. In Chicago Airport. The funniest line and I store it used to be when the lady came up to me and said, say some things, right? But the funniest line now in front of most audiences is when I say, Hey, is that, is that Denzel Washington? And that's the line that gets people. And I didn't know that when our first-order do in that story. So that's what I call hitchhiking humor. It's like humor I picked up along the way. So what does the process look like? You know, we talked about, I get you, when you say that human is about uncovering from the dialogues, it comes up from the character. You have your facial expressions that makes sense. You sometime, you know, correlated to a second character, like you said, Denzel Washington over there. There's so many strategy, little strategies you should come up with a new, can you shoot us a more specific based that can be precisely for the human genome, this beets. Absolutely. Let's look at the twist. The twist is a good way to come up with humor. And then I'm going to show you some different types of dialogue that you can use, because most people only use one type, they only use character to character. If we talk about a twist, here's an example. I'll start off my story like this. I'll say, let, let's say I'm telling the story about communication. So I'll say you have gone through a drive-through restaurant and place your order and been misunderstood? Hoover? Yeah. Well, yeah, it's legal purposes. Yeah. Okay. Good for legal purposes. I can't mention the name of this restaurant. Okay. But its initials are k, f, and c. Now, as long as you have a KFC where you are, that, that should be fun. It makes a Swiss people don't think I'm going to go there. How did it come up? You know, it made me laugh, but I can't understand why it made me laugh. Because I added the conflict of the part that I can't for legal purposes, I can't mention the name of this restaurant. So people don't expect me to then just mention the name of the restaurant. So when I say in your initials or KF and see it, it becomes funny because I just did what they didn't expect me to do. A twist. You see, I firmly believe that everyone has some area in their life where they make others lack. It is with personal life, if it is a kids, if it is with classroom or whatever it is, right? So what you need to do is that I firmly believe that everyone has some area in their life where they make others laugh. It may happen rarely, but I bet there's some environment or certain people that bring out your inner comedian came back to work you do in those situations. And ask yourself, how can I leave this into my speaking, you know? So I want you to look back about the very moment in which you love, in which you make people laugh and people really enjoy being with you on that specific aspect. And what you need to do next is that you need to identify them first of all, and then find out how you can put this into your speeds. Believe me, when you go there hunting, asking how I can put this into my speech, you will get tons of solution. And that's what you want. You want terms of this solution because at the end of the day, this is what will help you become a better speaker. Come up with instances where you yourself loved, where you made people laugh with your content and then previously as well, replicate into your everyday life. Okay? Okay, now, here's the technique that lead to evolution of this. You know, that times you made your friends laugh is where you, let me delete this out by the presentation maker. That technique lead to evolution in their speaking business. They realized that the time that they made friends laugh, the most vivid, they would go on extended rads making fun of things that annoyed them, right? However, at the time I wasn't doing any of in my speaking and writing. So what I think is what makes me really annoyed, let's see, is Indian weddings. I mean, in the Indian wedding day, you'll find that the richest of people actually become beggars. Their stalls that serve different kinds of dishes like those are. And more malls and stuff like that. And you will see people who earn in a hundreds of thousands of dollars taking the pleats and just asking for that food, right? So it's the most professional view, becoming a bigger, I will say in a way. So that's something that I find very funny. And when I share the whole joke with my family, They heli laugh at them. I can relate this to the other people as well. That works amazingly for most of the time, right? Okay. Let us take a step further. Now. Identify the things you do that makes other laugh. Start paying attention to what you're already doing to meet other love and then weave that into your speaking. And you'll see your audience's forms go up. And at the end of the day, with our intention, with whatever do, do whatever we do as speakers is to have more of our audience connection, more of our relationship with the audience. And if you are doing what I just said right now, you'll be able to do that in a very, very successful and very well with my dear friend. Okay. Yeah. That's what I suggest you in the very basic way that you should go out there and learn this beautiful scale of, of actually finding out what makes you laugh. And then use that to make other people laugh at the same time. Okay, can we go a little further now? Beautiful, let us do that. You see, and learn the basics of humor. You may, some people are fortunate enough to be automatically be funny, right? If you are not one of those people, then you should learn some of the basics and fundamentals of humor and joke construction. You see, I learned this. Isn't it funny that you have to learn how to be funny thing? It sounds kind of funny. But for most people, I mean, I don't know about mole, but people like me and the fact that you are telling here in the goose hip flex that we are some people who really want to learn how to be funding. And the course can actually be very, very helpful. Taking courses that you took of minder terms of other courses that you can refer to. I also suggested you some books in the wild you in this course that can help you with understanding and coming up with jokes in your topic and deliberate situations. So yup, be a hunter and for such Joe's be a hunter for such learnings. And you'll be able to make escalations, will be able to make developments in your genre of speaking business. There are many ways to v volts into humor once you understand some of the techniques common idioms I'm funny speakers use to create humor. You can easily edit your material to add any humor of your own. What we're doing is we're taking inspiration from other people who are doing it really well. And then when we do it for men, when we do look at their work and we try to apply it into ours, it's not cheating, it's borrowing. Because most often what they came up with was inspired by something else. Of course, I don't want you to take in each and everything and just make it a 100 percent the same. Of course maker advancements and of course make your differences Novell p is not a 100 percent suggested novelty. I mean, completely new thing. But evolution and learning is very much in creditable from my end as a speaker to you. So yeah, go out day in the hunt of this material and you'll be able to clearly see growth and development into your speaking works. Okay, now let's talk about exaggeration. We talked about all of these tools. Let us have a quick review about this exaggeration. Then I talked to a woman whose voice was so high that only the dog could hear it, you know? So basically on leader Dr. here, it is an exaggeration in a way that humans can't hear it, only dogs can hear it. But this is probably using ironical way because it means that she was speaking too small. But I hope you are able to interpret what the theme of the whole idea is, why it's being said, right? So yeah, my message is what the speaker is trying to say. You must be conveyed well to you. As a listener. Let's talk about puns. Did you hear about the guy who's left side was caught off? He's all right now. Now, here's the fun part. What Python does is it leaves them out meaning of the word, you know, what you do is that you pick out elements in general of the speech and then left and right. Left means he went away and then left ultimately. Left also means a side, right, But it also means being connect. And right also means a side. Likewise. So that's what has been done over here. There has been the multiple use of the meaning right over here. And that works amazingly In favor of speaker to create the emotion of humor. What was self depreciation? We also call it self application is. And then when, even though I knew it was too hot to eat, I bit into the pizza anyway, because clearly I'm an idiot. You know, when you'll say I'm an idiot, the audience we like, ha ha ha. Calling himself in AD at this guy's cool. And that is funny, that people tend to find new funny because when you make fun of yourself, but you know, that's how it works. It does work that way. So I want you to know that this works very well and I'm sure this will work for you as well. So yeah. Let's, let's take a step further. Mv will be able to make some developments. So let's, let's work around some word play. Now, she bought me a plate of french fries instead. At least I thought they were French because they had an attitude. War beat, Barrett's, right? So this is something that we're relating to people from France, let's say in this case. And that's what this human is all about, connecting with other people's stuff like that. And that can be very helpful for you to develop human in general, my dear friends, okay. This is wordplay. This is called wordplay. There are tons of other ways as well. I'm going to get reintroduced because we've already talked about a lot of them. It's just going to review it right now. Okay. Now, here's the other part. There is the other tip that I want you to remember now. If you murder, not come in the single goal, more people can be like okay, it's rider humerus. Please know, we'll write as peach and then find how you can make it humorous today. Again, you are not pushing humor diverges, Tybalt, you are trying to, and I suggest you actually mean you're not pushing it like anything but let out also making sure that it doesn't make sense, right? So some, sometimes you get lucky and your first draft is very funny. Usually however, the first draft is content-focused, right? It may have some funny ideas that you need to be heavily developed. But it's not going to be funny as, as it is, right? If you have been through my course on content writing, you know what this actually means. You rewrite your court and content in a certain way, you researching a certain way. So you might have some ideas of human effort to itself. You might know it as well. But if you take a separate timeout to actually work on it, bu believe me, for certainly you'll be able to do it with comfort and very, very well. Okay, here's a simple humor draft writing plan you can use, get it written funny or not, you know, you don't want to care, bro, This is not as funny. This is not peaking people cracks and stuff like that. They do know that Barack Obama speech title given interview. And he said that Obama said again and again, get me some more jokes into this. And that's what the whole idea of speech writing is. You don't have it in the first go. You get it over time for speech, okay? Craft to go back and add as much as human as you can. And this is again very powerful when you go back and work and add mood humor to your content. That works amazingly for you, that works in your benefit and stuff like that. And number 3, remove anything that's not funny, doesn't support your point or begs the flow of the piece. Once again, there are three elements here. Remove everything. That's not funny, doesn't support your point or breaking the flow of your piece. Just because something is not funny, doesn't mean you just remove it from your speed. That's not how it works. How it works is you want if it is not funny, no problem isn't relating to the core content and message that I'm trying to give with my speech. The absence to ask, is it still picking the flow? And if the answer is yes, then you must be certain. You must be very conscious to make sure that this element is actually removed from your speed's. Okay. And I'm sure you'll give conscious efforts on this end because it plays a very, very crucial, crucial rule into developing your content in the right way, right? Let's go further now, my dear friends, we have been into this for quite a while now. Number 5 tape is keep working on it. So, you know, if you heard is like any other skill, you get better at it over time. If you remember the first time you drove a bike, it if you ride a bike, old lady, it was very hard. You had to consciously put effort to be right around it. But now it just happens, you know, it you're not trying to ride bike the right way it's happening, right? Like anything else, humor takes time to develop. If you, if you, if you expect to come out of the gate and immediately start meeting hilarious material quickly and effortlessly. You will find those and disappointed. I've never made you that promise in this course as well. That as soon as you complete this course, bro, you will come out and make amazing jokes and stuff like that. Because it does take time to come up with humor. It does take a lot of effort and I don't want to do put a, put you in that elusive like anything else whom it takes time to develop if you expect to come immediately start creating hilarious material EPA listing, you will feel disappointed if you're committed to gradual and steady improvement though. You'll find over time that you, your presentation get funnier and work and the vote gets easier for you. So it just happened over times when you are trying to genuinely develop that as a scale. Okay. The other thing is, with me when I started speaking, I had a very, very hard time. I had to put in jokes. Five, I will have to be like, you know, I used to give myself packet, I want to create five Laughter is over here in my seat. I were to get seven laughters by right now it just happens. You know, I'm not trying to be funny, but humor is a part of the content that I give to my audience. So the writer of this presentation says, when I start speaking, I put very limited straight humor in my presentations. I performed involved in, I performed improve comedy from the stage. But other than that, I delivered straight content in the first time I decided to add in funny stories and jokes. It took weeks and weeks to get it done. There's a lot of uncertainty, fear and procrastination and writer's block. Over time it has gotten over. I'd like to think the quality has gotten better too. And I can add in new humorous but, and you see it's a risk you take if the audience is not laugh, what do I do? You know, that's a risk that you take. And, you know, I want you to know, even though sometimes let's say the thing does not go as planned, you must continue further without resisting the growth part of it, okay? Now this is what I'm going to do. I'm going to go in and in the next video, share you some seven simple techniques to put humor into your speech. So yeah, see you in the next video. 24. 7 further steps to put humor in speech: Okay, So my dear friends in this video, which is probably going to be one of the last ones in this course, we're going to review the seven simple techniques to put Schumer into your speech. Number 1, the very simple technique, you know that tons of others I've said it before as well. I'm going to list down seven simple ones that can be useful for you and I eat away. The first simple technique that you can use to create humor is develop a stockpile of stories. Be on the lookout for good stories and newspaper, magazines and the Internet. Be careful observer of life and also be a watchful listener of stories on TV and other speakers. Note that students down to not rely on your memory when you're times we'd be like me, you some really good stories of you found something really humorous and we then just leave it around, right? So what do you need to do is that we consciously need to take a note of it. We consciously need to write it. And then when we are able to do it, it does make sense. It does make a lot of application for us at the same time, right? So yeah, let's continue with it. Observe other speakers. You I'm not saying you need to copy or the speakers you need to get inspired by their work though, what happens when you as the observer, the speakers is you'll find patterns which they used to be for funny. And when you can replicate those patterns into your own speeches, you'll find that you are much more fun year as well. So observe other speakers. Note how they tell the story, the tone of their voice, gestures, facial expression, and timing and pauses. And then if you can notice that very carefully, here, you'll be able to find that boom, this is where I can take information and put humor into my own speeches. Well, so that's something I suggest for you and we can continue with that same ideology. Further, memorize the stories you see, I know I wrote, I asked you to just derive the stories that you've come across, take a note of it, but also memorizing this 2D, you cannot read humid, you know, you need to be looking at you, people need to be looking at you. You need to sell to your audience. Maybe you need to sell some product or if nothing else, you need to sell yourself as a person to your audience. So make sure you are not faking humid. And also you do not want to lose your opportunity by stumbling upon over the punchline. So be very careful that you are not losing your audience in that particular instance. And that would be super awesome, okay? Make sure you memorize the stories well, and that is a particular goal that you can hit for your asset. Okay, let's take a step beyond this, a step further now, and then we are good to go. Be prepared to deliver impromptu speeches. No matter who you have. At any period of any point given you have been asked to give an impromptu speech and then you build up, let alone the humor part. It's even hard to speak a few words in those situations. How to put humor? C, be prepared to deliver impromptu stories. Carry an index card in your pocket with the first line or suggestive lives of several stories. By glancing them, by glancing at the card, you will be able to quickly recall the story. So what you can do that you can keep six to seven major point that you want to keep in your speech or whatever that is, and then replicate it in your own way. And that can be very powerful tool for you. Okay? Then practice. A story gets better the more times it is told. Practice in front of mirror or the family. Tried different things. Your voice tone, pauses, gestures, facial expressions, etc. All of them working together. Make sense. You see at the end of the day what works is practice when you're consciously putting your time and effort to go better and go, you know, get better at a skill. It does take you places, you know, it does take you places. It does help you develop your ability to speak better. And then further my defense, if the audience does not laugh at load story or ju, just move on, life is too short to be sticking at one place and then trying forever because one thing did not go right, you need to move on. Don't let it throw you off the course. There will be time of assets that you see. All of the professional speakers have tons of jokes and some of them don't work out at all. But the thing is you want no, it did not work out because they won't respond to you not responding to it. You know, they are conscious and very, very clever about being strategic towards such important places. So I want you to be conscious of these things and don't let yourself, of course, just because one thing went wrong. And further, what I want you to do is lambda spice in your speech beforehand. And when I see spice, What I mean is the Masala part, the developments that humor part that you want to have in your speech, you see most TV and radio performers follow the script so closely there is not even the room for an ad lib, you know. Ad libs, these. So you need to, I'm not saying you need to completely be memorizing your speech and go ahead and just do it as you have returned. But what I'm saying is you need to be conscious about you're creating it in a very specific format so as to it is useful and helpful for your honor. Okay. Now, the end of the time, the most important thing with humor in public speaking is that you set an expectation for your audience. You make them expect something certain. But then all of a sudden you break that expectation that they're expecting that this would happen. But boom, this does not happen at the end of the day. That's when most of the human is created. And that's what is very, very impactful, create an expectation and then suddenly break it. My dear friends. And finally, a comment. A comment is humorous when it creates an expectation, then suddenly makes it, we laugh when we are surprised. So that's what I wanted to talk about before we move towards the conclusion. What I want to do is I want to take you to a quick, how do I look back on everything that we've talked about in this course and then we can close this. So you're talking about human in public speaking. We talk about how Lincoln, that was an example. We talked about. We talked about what Huemer is. We talked about the seven things important for human. We also did touch on Suri of their superiority, the incongruity, the relief 30, we talk about laws of humor, which was the first one is that you can be funny only when you end state of fun. You know, the, the other is that the we talked about ton of them but it was things like, you know, in fun, condition of fun. We're more like kids, you know, the grown-up, everybody has a different way of interpreting it. We're talking about self-deprecating humor, personal anecdote, similes, metaphors, quotation list predictions. One line is, I'm not going to go into each of them, but this is an important thing I want to touch into. You don't want to be like speech, joke, speed job, that's not the right format to go into. What we're going to do is we're going to give us pH and have jokes within the speech itself, right? We have talked about this, you have taken these examples as well. We have talked about puns, which is different meaning, the same thing. We've talked about stereotypes. We have talked about changing contexts, verbal, humor, and map method. What does map DO? Map is material audience and performance need to be incongruity. Target hostility, usually some exaggeration, emotion and surprise. If you miss an don't remember any of them, take some time, get back to it and you'll be able to remember. We're talking about the play of words, different elements and the words that mean different sentences, doubling time, day, MLA, props, oxymorons. And then we also further took some time discussing about the other part of things and what was the other part of Apple? Let me take you really quick. We talking about the same word with a different meaning. We talk about reforming, playing with letters and words. Simple truth, that plays around contradiction of the deal truth, the triples, very popular one, we're how to use human, the beginning body, and the last part of the speech. And we also talked about the seventh few tips like identify what makes you laugh, identified, what other field you are, humorous ad identified things you already do that maker their lab. We talked about learning the basics of humor and then, you know, it's okay that it does not come in the first course. We've kept working at it and then develop a stockpile of jokes. Do you observe other speakers memorize stories, deliver impromptu stories, practice, move on and have this pi. So yeah, thank you so much. Let me go through this course finally, in the next video, Bye bye. 25. Conclusion: Well, thank you. Thank you. Thank you so much for being a part of this course. I am saw you had tons of learning. I wrote you complete the projects that we have for you. Because for me, the end goal is not just for you to listen to this course, but rather take action at that is tangible, that I can see that you're applying humor into your speeches. If there's any link you want to share for me to review or share ideas on how to put humid right now into this peach. We love to help you with that. Okay, once again, a very big gratitude and thank you for you to joining this course. I hope you learned a lot. Please connect with me, you can find about me and or my Instagram champions, Apple, Facebook, or YouTube, web of matter. And yeah, thank you so much once again, looking forward to seeing you in other courses, if you have not yet seen, have other courses on public speaking as well that you can have a look into. So yeah, see you for the buh-bye.