59 min

Paul Zenon on The Humourology Podcast The Humourology Podcast

    • Business

Paul Zenon is a master magician, comedian, actor, and writer. He joins Paul Boross and The Humourology Podcast to discuss how comedy and magic have a lot in common. From misdirection to mirthful musings, Zenon knows that comedy can build confidence. Whether selling a swindle or pushing a product, Zenon shares how laughter can lead to success. 
“It just simply indicates by involving a little bit of humour in there, that you are confident in the product, whatever it is, that you you're selling, and therefore can afford to be jovial about it.”
From television to the stage to the street, Zenon walks Paul Boross through his life of magic and comedy. Join us to hear how humour can help you make magic on the stage and in your business only on The Humourology Podcast, listen today.


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Paul Zenon is a master magician, comedian, actor, and writer. He joins Paul Boross and The Humourology Podcast to discuss how comedy and magic have a lot in common. From misdirection to mirthful musings, Zenon knows that comedy can build confidence. Whether selling a swindle or pushing a product, Zenon shares how laughter can lead to success. 
“It just simply indicates by involving a little bit of humour in there, that you are confident in the product, whatever it is, that you you're selling, and therefore can afford to be jovial about it.”
From television to the stage to the street, Zenon walks Paul Boross through his life of magic and comedy. Join us to hear how humour can help you make magic on the stage and in your business only on The Humourology Podcast, listen today.


Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

59 min

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