To Be Healthy We Need to Laugh More

We Need to Laugh More

The last blog with the does laughing make you healthy video about the telemarketer’s nightmare made me laugh a lot.

In fact there have a been few times in the last two weeks when I just watched that video again because it always makes me feel good.

In keeping with the theme of humor for health. I found something else funny this morning.

A quick thinking squirrel saves the day…

Click for a good laugh.

To me, this is the the epitome of what good advertising should be. If more advertisers would appeal to our intellect, they’d get a lot more bang for the buck.

What do you think?

Remember John Cleese, of Monty Python fame…

When he quit that show it was the number one rated show on the "telie" in England. Like many other successful people, he wanted to quit on top. But he didn’t sit still.

"The supremely silly John Cleese, star of Monty Python’s Flying Circus, is co-author of two books on psychology, and a lawyer with a legal degree from an institution no less esteemed than Cambridge University."   —  John Shepler

He built a very successful business in the management training industry using comedy as the medium for training. It made sense because of his excellent comedy and comedy writing skills. Also the comprehension and retention ratio is much higher using humor. And it was such a breath of fresh air to be able to laugh in the corporate trainings – as an employee or manager – instead of falling asleep listening to the drone of BLAH BLAH BLAH accompanying another Power Point presentation.

John Cleese training videos provides trainees the opportunity to laugh more.

We don’t laugh enough in western culture anymore. Life is too serious. Humor is good for your health. It relieves tension, improves focus and has a cleansing effect.

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