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Something I know now about humor that I wish I would have known years ago.

Ever tried to crack a joke in a meeting and got silence so loud you could hear a pin drop? 

Yeah, me too. 

Pro tip: telling jokes can be incredibly risky in a business setting. 

You don't want to be the office comedian who only hears crickets in response to your punchline.

Instead of risking it all with a joke, try sharing a story. 

When I’m running workshops, I often tell some of the same stories. 

One day, the audience roars with laughter; the next, I get nothing. 

But here’s the thing: even if a story doesn’t get a chuckle, it's still a story, and no one's looking at you like you’re an amateur comedian who bombed.

That’s another powerful element of storytelling. 

It shields you from looking like an idiot if the audience doesn’t find every aspect of it funny. 

To them, it might be more educational in nature, and that’s ok. 

Sharing stories is safer than sharing a joke.

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