For listeners who think boldly and beyond

Host Craig James meets with many of today’s most provocative thinkers to explore the meta-questions of life. It's 35 minutes of deep and thoughtful discussion guaranteed to feed the curious mind.

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The Serious Business of Funny with David Horning

The Serious Business of Funny with David Horning

Humor can connect us. When we laugh together, we’re less likely to harm each other. Humor also brings new perspectives. Perspectives that produce possibility and creativity.

In this episode, Comedian+Leadership Speaker David Horning and Host Craig James have a somewhat seriously funny conversation about humor. Horning describes his path to comedy, discusses the different types of humor, and helps us see how humor can make us better thinkers and leaders.

Check out Horning's podcast “You Can't Laugh at That”, and his website WaterCoolerComedy.org.

www.davidhorningcomedy.com

davidhorning.wordpress.com

www.twitter.com/THEdavidhorning

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