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  • Author:
    Gene Perret
  • ISBN:
    0806999047
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    978-0806999043
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    Sterling (June 30, 1998)
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    192 pages
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Classier comedy writers like Gene Perret and Robert Orben have tried to help business people and public speakers over the past 20 years or more. So Gene Perret has put together a useful guide for businessmen and speakers. One person found this helpful.

Classier comedy writers like Gene Perret and Robert Orben have tried to help business people and public speakers over the past 20 years or more. If you make money with it, it is usually called "professional speaking," and there are a lot more speakers around than there are comedians. Also, the comedy in the clubs took on an angry tone, with more sex and toilet jokes than necessary.

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Find nearly any book by Gene Perret. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Gene Perret's Funny Business: Speaker's Treasury of Business Humor for All Occasions. by Gene Perret, Linda Perret. ISBN 9780133525359 (978-0-13-352535-9) Softcover, Prentice Hall Direct, 1990.

Gene Perret taught himself to write comedy in the early 1960s by studying the technique and the writing style of the . She's written comedy for the business world, adding a touch of humor to executive speeches and corporate award ceremonies.

Gene Perret taught himself to write comedy in the early 1960s by studying the technique and the writing style of the great comedians of the day, especially Bob Hope. This led to his writing comedy material for many nightclub performers, including Phyllis Diller and Slappy White. In 1968, Gene was signed to contribute to "The Beautiful Phyllis Diller Show. Linda has had three collections of joke books published and has been quoted in Reader's Digest, The National Enquirer, and Arizona Highways.

The funniest business jokes only! . A business owner decides to take a tour around his business and see how things are going. He goes down to the shipping docks and sees a young man leaning against the wall doing nothing

The funniest business jokes only! . He goes down to the shipping docks and sees a young man leaning against the wall doing nothing. The owner walks up to the young man and says: "Son, how much do you make a day?"

Small Business Jokes 2 A new small business was opening and one of the owner’s friends wanted to send flowers for the . The American complimented the Mexican on the quality of his fish and asked how long it took to catch them. The Mexican replied only a little while.

Small Business Jokes 2 A new small business was opening and one of the owner’s friends wanted to send flowers for the occasion. They arrived at the new business site and the owner read the card; it said Rest in Peace. The business owner was angry and called the florist to complain. After he had told the florist of the obvious mistake and how angry he was, the florist said. The American then asked why didn’t he stay out longer and catch more fish?

Author : Gene Perret. We have a fellow in our office who accumulates a lot of absenteeism. Want quips for a cheap boss.

Author : Gene Perret. Publisher : Sterling Pub Co Inc. Book Price. I said to the boss one day, 'Why don't you fire him?' He said, 'Fire him. I don't even know what he looks like. Have fun with these jokes and jests about the workplace. When he hands out his business card, he always asks people to return it when they're done with it. Or: My boss took me out for coffee and donuts the other day. It was a unique experience. It's the first time I've ever given blood. Forced to stay at a lousy hotel during a business trip.

"We have a fellow in our office who accumulates a lot of absenteeism. I said to the boss one day, Why don't you fire him?' He said, Fire him? I don't even know what he looks like.'" Have fun with these jokes and jests about the workplace. All the staples come in for a little ribbing: Absenteeism, Ambition, Blue Mondays, and Thank God It's Friday, as well as Golf, Office Parties, and much more!

Umi
Classier comedy writers like Gene Perret and Robert Orben have tried to help business people and public speakers over the past 20 years or more. If you make money with it, it is usually called "professional speaking," and there are a lot more speakers around than there are comedians. Also, the comedy in the clubs took on an angry tone, with more sex and toilet jokes than necessary. So, "OH, THAT'S WHAT YOU WRITE" could easily be surmised if people call themselves comedy writers...Business speakers can use help in being funny, and the second part of the book gives lists of jokes that may go over or may not, depending on the strength of your delivery. So, be sure to read the "Tips on Delivery" chapter. "Pitfalls of Humor" chapter makes some good points also. A comedian has more freedom to say what he pleases since if we like him, he is accepted as a buffoon from beginning to end. But in the more usual world of business, you basically have to have a serious message, which is interspersed with funny quips or stories. If you want to sell and make money, don't offend, be light. So Gene Perret has put together a useful guide for businessmen and speakers.
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If you like humor, and want to make jokes, yourself, buy this book. Perrot makes it clear that humor is appropriate to any situation, and indeed is the best, simplest solution to many situations. He illustrates a number of times with situations that you are sure aren't suitable for humor, then immediately demonstrates that they are. I've been meaning to memorize the airline stewardess opening. Unfortunately, the text is only 100 pages long, the other 90 pages are a list of jokes for various business settings.