Training Module Eight: Intro And Lesson Links
One of the HUGE advantages that you can have when it comes to developing and delivering headliner level stand-up comedy material in the shortest time possible is to engage in intelligent and focused performance benchmarking and improvement activities after your performances.
Here’s why I say that:
Most comedians don’t have so much as a clue on how to accurately and objectively gauge their performance levels, much less pinpoint areas in their act that they could quickly adjust, revise or remove to get better laughter results with their stand-up comedy material and delivery from one performance to the next.
You can see this for yourself at virtually any open mic in the world, night after night.
There will always be comedians there performing the same lame stand-up comedy material over and over again, expecting it to get better with age like fine wine — wasting many months, if not years on stand-up comedy material that doesn’t have a chance of generating big laughs, no matter how well it is delivered.
I have said that headline level stand-up comedy material is developed and honed over multiple performances.
I have also said that there is no way to completely eliminate trial and error in developing your stand-up comedy material — but you can significantly reduce that trial and error needed to get your stand-up comedy material to the level you want it.
Well, if you want to drastically reduce the number of performances and the trial and error involved with ultimately delivering high impact, big laugh stand-up comedy material…
Training Module Eight Lesson Links
Here are the three lesson links for Training Module Eight: