Danny Wallace knows that tone is the best tool when it comes to humour. A tremendous tone makes you more trustworthy, tasteful, and talented. Actively listening to your audience and presenting your talk with the appropriate tone is the best way to ensure you are tickling the ribs of the crowd.
Danny Wallace has a colossal collection of creative content on his CV. From writing best-selling novels, to producing award winning television, to voicing characters in wildly popular video game series, Danny Wallace has done it all. No matter what Wallace works on, he is sure to include a touch of humour.
“I think it’s a great way to interrupt any moment, humour is a wonderful tool for that. It can pop tension.”
Wallace knows that a great sense of humour can act like a toolbox whether you’re writing alone or working on a team. Comedy-minded colleagues can make connections and build resilience against negativity that can cause a rift in the creative process. No matter the medium, Danny knows that humour can help the creative juices flow.
“You can absolutely ruin a room with it. But you can also create a sense of warmth and use it as a shield sometimes as well.”
Join us this week as Danny dives into the value of comedy. Chat it up with a true creative to get to the bottom of the power of humour only on The Humourology Podcast.
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Danny is a brilliantly witty host and speaker bringing excitement and energy to every event. His dynamic personality, quick wit and innovative comedic style makes him an ideal choice for presenting awards or hosting conferences.
“Time flies like an arrow. Fruit flies like a banana”
– Groucho Marx
Almost unbelievably, we have already come to the end of series 2 and we would like to thank all the glorious guests plus the people who whose incredible creativity has made the shows so special. Producer- Simon Banks, Creative Consultant – Les Hughes, Mailchimp Design – David Rose, Photos and Graphics – Emma Hughes, Music – Steve Haworth, Copy Contributor – Travis Whitt and PA extraordinaire Helen Sykes. Most of all, we would like to thank you our listeners for your warm and wonderful support which we continue to take graciously and gratefully.
We are taking a little bit of time off to gather our thoughts and record new and inspiring guests so that we can bounce back better with Season 3 and bring even more love and laughter into your business and your life.
In the meantime, we will continue to drop you a line every Tuesday to remind you of some of the special episodes from Series 1 and 2.
See you soon for Season 3.