I don’t know about you, but since the pandemic began, it seems like all I do is one Zoom meeting after another. My hair-product bills have gone through the roof and I’ve already worn through three pairs of sweatpants.
Zoom fatigue is definitely real and so is Zoom anxiety.
Many of my friends feel unceremoniously exposed. They’re not used to sitting in front of a webcam for hours on end, let alone having to talk! Without proper guidance and support, this can lead to the dreaded “presentation performance anxiety” syndrome.
I, on the other hand, don’t experience performance anxiety because, well, I’m a professional humorist and I have a Wikipedia entry to prove it.
But, I’ve learned that nothing makes an in-person (or in-Zoom) presentation work better than some humor to lighten the mood and enlighten your points. I do that with cartoons, and so can you!
When it comes to humor, cartoons counter anxiety with levity.
You don’t have to be a professional humorist to use professional humor in your presentations. Let our cartoons from The New Yorker, The Wall Street Journal, WIRED, and other world-class publications do the funny work for you. We’ll show you how….
In our ebook Click with Your Audience Using Cartoons and Humor, we break down the top three spots to use cartoons in your presentations, along with six tips for how to choose the right cartoons for your subject matter. All with a liberal sprinkling of my favorite cartoons, of course.
I want to help you be funny, keep your audience awake, and stay stressfree and successful in these weird times. I’ve got over 500,000 options to help get you there.
Download the ebook now and let us know which cartoons are most useful to you. I’ll also send you a 20% off licensing coupon to encourage you to give cartoons a try.
Yours in Good Humor,
PS. I’d love to hear how you use cartoons in your presentations or communications. How have they helped you make your point? Did they amuse, inspire, encourage discussion? Email me and let me know!