Three Easy Ways to Inject More Fun, Humor, and Laughter Into Every Day!
Sunday, July 14, 2019 at 2:00-4:00 pm in the Sanctuary
$20 through July 11 or $25 at the door
Humorist/songwriter Greg Tamblyn shares his top techniques for enjoying more fun and laughter on a daily basis without alienating co-workers, friends, family or your dentist.
You'll explore and expand the humorous corners of your own personal brain, raise your humor antenna (and learn how to keep it extended even during stressful times), and master Greg's favorite simple way to have more fun with friends and strangers all day long. You’ll even get to make an entire roomful of folks laugh by telling at least one great joke. (We promise!)
It’s two or three solid hours of fun and foolishness that you can take back to 'real life' and put to good use.
Even if you don't feel 'qualified' to make yourself and others laugh, we guarantee this workshop is for you! With these techniques, anyone can learn to laugh more and be funnier. Also to handle the perils of work, retirement, school, and social occasions (think: Thanksgiving with your in-laws) with greater buoyancy, poise and aplomb.
Please bring pen and paper for note taking. We’ll be turning off our devices.
Greg will also be our featured guest singer and speaker at both services, offering the message The Sacred and the Silly supported by funny and inspiring music.
Greg Tamblyn, NCW (No Credentials Whatsoever), has been a successful singer, songwriter, speaker, and humorist for over 20 years. He combines outstanding audience rapport with an irreverent sense of humor, and has a special interest in the relationship of music, laughter, and lifestyle to physical and emotional well-being. Greg's humorous musings on cultural absurdities, as well as his messages of effectiveness, optimism, and service, have garnered him a large international following.
Greg has become well known for his inspiring songs about the power of the human spirit, as well as his off-the-wall send-ups of modern life, such as "The Shootout at the I'm OK, You're OK Corral," "My Life is a Beer Commercial", and "Type A-Ness". Based for many years in Nashville, he now makes his home in Kansas City and performs throughout the world for a wide variety of groups interested in wellness.
Workship registration/advance payment for the workshop can be purchased in the bookstore or using the button below. (A PayPal account is not required. Quantity can be changed on PayPal.)