Top TV Executive Wayne Garvie joins Paul Boross on this week’s Humourology Podcast to discuss the power of humour in leadership and life.
Laughter is a social currency. It’s a bond. It’s a gift meant to be shared.
Laughing together means that we share values, we share life experiences, we share hopes and dreams. Laughing together creates a connection that can last a lifetime.
Humourology is simply the art and science of using humour to create competitive advantage… and here’s the proof!
Helena Kennedy – member of The House of Lords and barrister talks about how humour can help provide hope to those fighting for their rights only on the Humourology Podcast.
Legendary Football Commentator Clive Tyldesley joins Paul Boross and The Humourology podcast to discuss the power of comedy in communicating and commentating
Award-Winning Comedian and Actor Omid Djalili joins Paul Boross to share tips from a long and successful career of comedy on the stage and screen.
Producer and executive Jimmy Mulville joins Paul Boross and The Humourology Podcast to discuss humour’s role in the television business.
Radio legend Clive Bull shares how a lightness of touch makes you more likeable on the radio. Bull shares his experience from decades as one of radio’s most distinguished voices. How do you make yourself likeable to listeners?
Best-Selling author Helen Russell joins Paul Boross and the Humourology Podcast to discuss the relationship between humour, happiness, and health
Dillie Keane, award-winning songwriter and performer, joins Paul Boross. Keane shares the secrets of forty years of Fascinating Aida’s laugh-out-loud lacerating lyrics and how finding your funny bone can help you fulfil your life wherever you work.
Dr. Richard Bandler, world renowned hypnotist and co-developer of NLP talks with Paul Boross for part two of their conversation about spending the past 40 years helping people learn how to laugh at their problems. Dr. Bandler believes that when you change the way you think, you change the way you act
The Law of Jante is one of those cultural peculiarities that could only come about in a place where the sun always shines, and the people yearn for Koselig. Originally derived from fiction, the laws of Jante have become the social norm for social modesty
Black Friday is such a successful sales tactic because it turns an ordinary ‘sale’ into a spectacle. Not only are consumers excited to save, but they are excited to be a part of the crowd. Shopping isn’t what makes Black Friday special, it’s the feeling of being part of the spectacle for better or for worse.
I have always held the belief that everyone should have an opportunity to improve their lives and achieve their goals. Read about how I achieved the success I did by helping others, and how that might help you.
Despite what you may think, laughter is sometimes used as a defense mechanism. This article touches on the importance of kindness in humour, and how uncomfortable jokes can be bad for you and the people you’re telling them to.
Last week, I had the honour to receive my honour at Buckingham Palace from Anne, Princess Royal – the person who is renowned for having the best sense of humour in the Royal Family.
Having a fun workplace is important for more reasons than you may think – happy people are often productive people!
Working humour into your public speaking is a great tool to get past any fears you may have about it.
Here’s a classic episode of Humourology, featuring Lord William Hague.