Be Funnier and More Persuasive with the Perfect
Touch of Humor for Your Next Presentation
Present yourself with likability and appeal with
easy-to-use humor tools that work perfectly
"When you laugh with someone, you both feel you’re on the same side.
It’s a fantastic tool for building a connection. Indeed, for many great
speakers humor has become a superweapon."
Chris Anderson, TED, CEO
The most productive opening of any successful presentation
is an impressive, warm touch of smart, likable humor.
Robert Bostick, HumorPoint Founder
Have you ever worked with someone who seemed to lack a sense of humor? Then one day, out of the blue, they smile and say or share something funny.
The effect is incredible. Suddenly our view of them is totally transformed. They have a sense of humor after all. We completely re-evaluate our opinion of them, for the better. We see them in a new light.
Whether you're a company leader, a salesperson, a professional speaker, or someone speaking in a meeting for the first time, HumorPoint's Suite
of Humor Tools lets you present yourself in a welcomed, relatable, and light-hearted way without any risk. By having quick access to the best curated professional-level humor in the world at your fingertips you can easily demonstrate that you have a nice sense of humor. This makes it easy for people to feel good about you and your message in any situation.
With HumorPoint, adding strikingly smart, enjoyable humor to your presentations, meetings, email, social media or website, has never been easier.
Or more fun.
Laughter need not be cut out of anything since it improves everything.
The Benefits of Putting Humor in Your Presentation
Put the audience at ease.
A relaxed audience is one that will be more present and available to take in the information you want to present.
Create a connection.
Humor often makes the presenter more approachable and likable. This helps them hear your message more readily.
Keep your audience engaged.
Properly timed humor can create breaks in your presentation, thus breaking things up and helping keep your audience awake and engaged. Also, it is hard to laugh and fall asleep … so a laughing audience is more likely to be engaged in what you are saying.
Make key points memorable.
Humor helps people remember things better. When you present your key points with humor, those points will be more likely to be remembered.
Make a better impression.
Your audience will remember how you made them feel more than anything else. If you make them feel good … make them smile and laugh … that will leave a good impression.
Lighten the load.
Sometimes topics are too heavy and need a little humor to make them more bearable. Of course, you need to make sure the humor is appropriate and respectful of the topic.
The wealth of testimonials to the power of humor is matched only
by the lack of tools and technologies to capitalize on it. Until now.