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It is possible to be more productive, less stressed and happier at work. Sadly, 83% of Americans are stressed at work, 55% are unsatisfied with their career and 47% struggle to stay happy.

Andrew Tarvin is a Humor Engineer. Most people learn how to do their job sufficiently. Few people ever learn how to do it in a way that they enjoy. Andrew travels the globe teaching people how to use humor to re-engage with their work. He has delivered talks in 45 states, 12 countries, and 3 continents..

Andrew has worked with thousands of people from 100+ organizations, including P&G, GE, and Microsoft, on topics ranging from mastering communication to humor in the workplace. He is a best-selling author that has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, TEDx, and FastCompany.

WARRIOR of Humor

“Humor is not about making things funny. It’s about making things more fun.”
-Andrew Tarvin

Highlights –

  • The rewards of getting out of your head
  • The difference between efficiency and being effective
  • The virtues of improv
  • Myths about humor

Resources –

  • Grammarly is an incredibly cheap service helps keep your grammar and spelling in check. There is a free version that everyone should have, and if you purchase a subscription, you’ll be blown away by what it will do for your writing.
  • Audible books transform your commute, workout or chores into fun, productive ME TIME! Audible is offering a free audiobook, try it, like it and stay or cancel and keep your free book.
  • The Creative Warrior Unleashed Jeff’s 6-month go-at-your-own-pace coaching program on How To Be Successful When You’re Marketing Yourself and Your Talent.

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