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Paul Boross talks to the funniest and most successful leaders in business, sport and entertainment about how humour measurably improves your business and your life. Humourology is a study into why a good sense of humour is much more than a means to raise a smile – it’s a critical psychological defence against the stresses of everyday life, it’s the source of our resilience and it’s the secret weapon of all successful leaders.
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The Humourology Podcas‪t‬ Paul Boross

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Paul Boross talks to the funniest and most successful leaders in business, sport and entertainment about how humour measurably improves your business and your life. Humourology is a study into why a good sense of humour is much more than a means to raise a smile – it’s a critical psychological defence against the stresses of everyday life, it’s the source of our resilience and it’s the secret weapon of all successful leaders.
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    Dr Richard Bandler - The Miracle of Mirth - Part 2

    Dr Richard Bandler - The Miracle of Mirth - Part 2

    In this week’s episode of The Humourology Podcast, Dr. Richard Bandler returns to continue his charismatic conversation about laughing, listening, and learning. In this second instalment, Dr. Bandler shares anecdotes and lessons in leadership. How do the best leaders in business increase their bottom line? Dr. Bandler says it’s all about creating an atmosphere where everyone feels comfortable sharing their honest opinions.
    Looking to learn how lightness and laughter can improve the workplace? Join us this week on the Humourology podcast for more of Dr. Richard Bandler’s mirthful musings.

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    • 33 min
    Dr Richard Bandler - The Miracle of Mirth - Part One

    Dr Richard Bandler - The Miracle of Mirth - Part One

    In this week’s episode of the Humourology Podcast, Paul Boross is joined by world renowned hypnotist and co-developer of NLP Dr. Richard Bandler. Dr. Bandler has spent the past 40 years helping people learn how to laugh at their problems. Dr. Bandler believes that when you change the way you think, you change the way you act. Through linguistics, Dr. Bandler knows that the key to learning is laughing. Dr. Bandler has built a career on helping people help themselves. What is the answer to creating a better reality? Taking things less seriously.
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    • 34 min
    The Comedian’s Confidant: Charlie Hanson on producing Ricky Gervais and the crème de la crème of comedy.

    The Comedian’s Confidant: Charlie Hanson on producing Ricky Gervais and the crème de la crème of comedy.

    Britain’s funniest people together. What’s the trick to making great comedy television or top teams?
    Find out in this week’s episode.

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    • 47 min
    Dillie Keane – Laughter is the lubricant of life

    Dillie Keane – Laughter is the lubricant of life

    On this week’s episode of the Humourology Podcast, Paul Boross is joined by the award-winning songwriter and performer Dillie Keane. Keane shares the secrets of forty years of Fascinating Aida’s laugh-out-loud lacerating lyrics and how finding your funny bone can help you fulfil your life wherever you work. 
    “If you make your surroundings and your workspace more pleasant, people will work better.”
    How can you strive to put a song in your hearts and a smile on your face? Join us this week on the Humourology Podcast to hear Dillie doggedly dodging the drama for the droll.

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    • 55 min
    John Sweeney - Letting Laughter in when Life gets Dark

    John Sweeney - Letting Laughter in when Life gets Dark

    John Sweeney joins Paul Boross to discuss how a sense of humour can bring you through troubled times. Throughout decades as a war correspondent and investigative journalist, Sweeney shares the saving power of a smile.
    About the Episode:
    On this week’s episode of the Humourology Podcast, Paul Boross is joined by award-winning investigative journalist John Sweeney. Sweeney shares story after story of how humour can help you through the horrors of war.
    “The weird things about war is the comedy of it.”
    How can a sense of humour bring you through horrific moments of human suffering? Join us this week on the Humourology Podcast to hear what Sweeney has to say.


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    • 56 min
    Radio legend Clive Bull - Lightness makes you likeable

    Radio legend Clive Bull - Lightness makes you likeable

    Radio legend Clive Bull Joins the Humourology podcast to discuss the value of humour on the air and in your business.
    On this week’s episode of the Humourology podcast, Paul Boross is joined by Radio Legend Clive Bull. Bull shares his experience from decades as one of radio’s most distinguished voices. How do you make yourself likeable to listeners? Bull says you need to approach every situation with a touch of lightness.
    “Even in the worst situations, you need that little smile.”
    Clive knows that a little laughter goes a long way. Whether during a broadcast or in business, the right amount of humour can increase productivity and perfect the final product.
    “If you get the right atmosphere, then people will want to work more, you've got to have a bit of a sense of humour and you’ve also got to know what you're doing at the same time”
    Join us this week on the Humourology Podcast to learn the value of lightness and likability with listeners and labourers alike.


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    • 46 min

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Jason Cooper

Humour is so importnat in life and in business Paul background in this area really helps to get the best out of his guests. well worth a listen

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