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A lively sense of humor can not only lead to more fun in your personal life, it can also be useful in your business life. This is what Tim Gard speaks to audiences about in all parts of the country and abroad.
He talks about reducing stress through humor and how a positively-spirited sense of wit can help build strong business relationships by creating a sense of ease and trust. In addition to his unlikely onstage grab bag of props, he brings a remarkable set of experiences to the insights he offers - working at one time or another as a social worker, salesman, assembly line operator, sailor and small businessman.
Now you can harness the awesome power of humor in your personal and professional life. Producing laughter is a skill you can use to benefit yourself as well as others. Besides, it's fun!
Tim Gard, nationally recognized humorist and authority on stress reduction through humor, has taught thousands to unlock the power of their own "Comic Vision," improving their relationships and turning adversity to their advantage. Tim has traveled both nationally and internationally for the past decade, providing his fast-paced, entertaining and informative good-humor seminars to more than 100 groups annually. In fact, his friends in Denver say they have more sightings of Elvis than they do of Tim!
Tim blends his unique experiences as a student, U.S. sailor, state welfare worker/investigator, federal employee, salesman, factory worker and small business owner into a dynamic, hilarious, good humor program you have to see! Tim's presentations are bursting with interesting and useful information that will help you handle stress in a positive manner, and his "unusual" props drive home the message, making it even more memorable. You haven't lived until you've seen his "noseflute concerto."