By Michael Kerr
You cannot Be severe! placing Humor to paintings presents a compelling argument for taking humor, laughter and play extra heavily in our paintings lives. The e-book bargains greater than 2 hundred principles on how one can upload humor for your office and contains dozens of examples from companies that positioned humor to paintings. become aware of how including extra enjoyable in your office may help decrease pressure degrees, spark creativity, increase morale, boost teamwork, increase customer support, inspire staff and raise productiveness. And, as an additional bonus, you cannot Be severe! is darn enjoyable to learn (this choice is barely to be had to these those who really learn the book).
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I put myself in the perspective of Bill Murray, borrowing a line from his movie Groundhog Day. ) 3. It Can Always Be Worse. Try reframing by imagining, in a humorous way, how things could be worse. Ask yourself, would I be worried about this if a comet was headed for earth? Sometimes you can find the humor simply by completing the following sentence. “It could always be worse, I could be . ” Or, “Well, the bad news is . . but the good news is . ” YOU CAN’T BE SERIOUS! 30 This is another standard formula used by comedians to help find something amusing in the worst possible situations.
And why people lose their perspective. Fortunately, as any comedian knows, exaggeration is also a source of much humor. By exaggerating some characteristic about a problem or imagining a worst-case scenario, you can find some humor and regain your perspective by realizing it’s probably not as bad as you think. You can also use exaggeration when faced with a conflict with another person by changing sides in an argument and then wildly exaggerating the other person’s point of view. It usually doesn’t take long before both sides are finding something to laugh about.
Other companies have even started programs that reward employees for having all-round bad days. For example, Windsor Canadian Whiskey has sponsored “Worst Workday” contests. The winner one year was Harry Glass from Pasadena, Texas. While delivering an outdoor talk on safety and the need to wear protective gear at all times, a bird deposited a glob of do-do right on the top of Harry’s noggin. ) So remember what those ever-so-happy motivational speakers are always preaching: “Stressed spelled backwards is desserts,” and the next time your computer crashes or a bird pays your head an unexpected visit, grab yourself an extra serving of double chocolate cheesecake – you deserve it.
You Can't Be Serious! Putting Humor to Work by Michael Kerr