Personal Development Communication Skills

Humor: Science of How to Be Funny

Mark Twain said, "Humor is mankind’s greatest blessing." It is true, we all like to laugh, but why we laugh, what we find funny, and what physical, mental, and social benefits come with humor are not fully understood. Recently, humor has been more and more in the spotlight of modern science, and this course will shed light on what we know about humor.

This course will not only tell you scientific facts, but also provide an entire toolkit with proven techniques that you can employ to become funnier yourself!

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Created by David Urbansky
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About the author

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David Urbansky is CEO of the semantic search company, SEMKNOX. With his PhD research on knowledge extraction, he is interested not only in how machines learn but also how we learn and how we can all learn better.

Thinking is an unquestionably important skill and obviously, key to learning. But it is also something few of us really understand and rarely something we strive to improve our ability in. After coming to this realization, David decided to put together a Listenable course to help others pursue the worthy goal of thinking better.

Improving your memory is another strategy for learning better, which is why he also teaches a memory course. After learning about mnemonic devices years ago, he has implemented them into his everyday life and has a passion for teaching others about their benefits.

He hopes you will find both of his courses useful and looks forward to any and all feedback!

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