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98: Discover Your Presenting Style with Chris Tabish (Part 1)

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Do you think you're funny? As funny as Jerry Lewis?

If so, you're the perfect presenter. Finding your style in how you present will unlock doors to success in business. Discover whether you like presenting yourself to the world via email, speeches, question and answer sessions- or should we just stick to comedian-style?

In this episode, Chris Tabish explains Comediology concepts, the most incredible model for discovering your style. If you're not a presenter, quit struggling to get out on that stage and get started on writing those emails. And if you are, shut off those emails and get performing!


My Guest: Chris Tabish

Chris Tabish is a Silicon Valley business professional, active stand-up comedian and author of the book "Comediology", how to be more effective and fulfilled in business with principles learned from stand-up comedy.


Chris Tabish is the co-founder of Venture West Consulting in Silicon Valley whose mission is to help organizations create meaningful strategies and bring them to reality. Venture West has helped many Fortune 500 companies like Kaiser Permanente, Cisco Systems, Veritas Software, Brown and Toland, Petco and Juniper Networks, to name a few.


Chris found his way into the stand-up comedy community in 2010 out of desperation to bring more joy into his career and life. After taking his own happiness into consideration, he left his executive position and began consulting using his unique Comediology concepts with the corporate world. He noticed the difference in his clients and wrote his book to share his techniques with other corporate citizens who felt ineffective or unfulfilled in their career. Chris continues to perform stand-up in the San Francisco Bay area where he lives with his wife and three kids.




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Be yourself, because everyone else is taken.



Resources & Links:

For Part 2 of this episode go to estierand.com/98



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Aug 19 2020 · 21mins
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98: Discover Your Presenting Style with Chris Tabish (Part 2)

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Do you think you're funny? As funny as Jerry Lewis?

If so, you're the perfect presenter. Finding your style in how you present will unlock doors to success in business. Discover whether you like presenting yourself to the world via email, speeches, question and answer sessions- or should we just stick to comedian-style?

In this episode, Chris Tabish explains Comediology concepts, the most incredible model for discovering your style. If you're not a presenter, quit struggling to get out on that stage and get started on writing those emails. And if you are, shut off those emails and get performing!


My Guest: Chris Tabish

Chris Tabish is a Silicon Valley business professional, active stand-up comedian and author of the book "Comediology", how to be more effective and fulfilled in business with principles learned from stand-up comedy.


Chris Tabish is the co-founder of Venture West Consulting in Silicon Valley whose mission is to help organizations create meaningful strategies and bring them to reality. Venture West has helped many Fortune 500 companies like Kaiser Permanente, Cisco Systems, Veritas Software, Brown and Toland, Petco and Juniper Networks, to name a few.


Chris found his way into the stand-up comedy community in 2010 out of desperation to bring more joy into his career and life. After taking his own happiness into consideration, he left his executive position and began consulting using his unique Comediology concepts with the corporate world. He noticed the difference in his clients and wrote his book to share his techniques with other corporate citizens who felt ineffective or unfulfilled in their career. Chris continues to perform stand-up in the San Francisco Bay area where he lives with his wife and three kids.




Quote:

Be yourself, because everyone else is taken.



Resources & Links:

For Part 2 of this episode go to estierand.com/98-2



Did you enjoy this episode? Then subscribe to my podcast on iTunes, so you can get automatic updates whenever another episode goes live (and you will be helping me get to #1 on iTunes, making us all cooler in the process!)

Aug 07 2020 · 30mins
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Chris Tabish: The use of comedy in the corporate world

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Comedy and business aren’t two words you usually see associated with each other, but my guest today is Christ Tabish – a Silicon Valley businessman, author…and stand-up comedian - who ingeniously introduces his clients to the use of comedy in the corporate world! He was himself the first to benefit from his clever concept when he turned to stand-up comedy in 2010 in an attempt to make his professional life more pleasurable. As a hugely successful businessman himself, he is the perfect advocate for the benefits of this method that he uses to help organisations make their own big success a reality.

Sandro Forte is a highly respected and successful businessman who has built an astonishing network of well-known individuals, sports stars and celebrities over a career spanning more than 30 years.

Author of the bestselling book ‘Dare to Be Different’ and a sought-after speaker, Sandro has decided to access his enviable resources to produce a podcast series, centred around personal development, which invites a different person each episode to talk about their successes, their challenges and what lessons they have learned in life to make them who they are today. Their insights and wisdom both educate and motivate as they explain how success, whilst not always easy, is achievable for anyone.

These interviews provide inspiring and informative insight from the perspective of an impressive and varied range of personalities.

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Jul 29 2020 · 33mins
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How Comedy Principles Can Drive Greater Results w/ Chris Tabish

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When was the last time you really laughed at work? I mean genuine laughter. 

Side-splitting, foot-stamping, making-note-of-the-nearest-bathroom laughter.

The workplace needs more comedy. Now, I’m not saying we need to turn the office into a comedy club, but...

My guest, Chris Tabish, might.

Chris is Co-Founder at Venture West Consulting and Author of “Comediology,” a book explaining how we can be more fulfilled and effective in business with comedy.

Really though, it’s not the comedy club atmosphere we need to adopt, but the principles underlying comedy — principles we can adopt as a philosophy to bring some levity to our businesses and also drive real results. 

We went over:

- The principles of comedy you should adopt in your business

- Why we need the authenticity of comedy in the workforce

- How dumb ideas can sometimes unlock great ideas

This blogpost includes highlights of our podcast interview with Chris Tabish, Co-Founder of Venture West Consulting and Author of “Comediology.”

For the entire interview, you can listen to The B2B Revenue Executive Experience. If you don’t use Apple Podcasts, we suggest this link.

May 05 2020 · 29mins
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Ep #46: Chris Tabish - How Comedy Can Help You In Business

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Today's episode features Silicon Valley business professional, stand up comedian and author of the book Comediology; Chris Tabish.

In this episode we discuss how the principles of comedy and being a standup comedian can help you in every day business situations and improve your social interactions.

We also discuss some of Chris's funniest stories as a stand up comedian.

Mar 09 2020 · 44mins
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Episode 119: Comediology w/Chris Tabish

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Vitamin Lead:  Your healthy dose of leadership.  What can a Fortune 500 leader learn from doing stand up comedy?  Quite a bit!  Chris Tabish's book, Comediology, is the story of how he learned to be a stand-up comedian and find joy and purpose in his career as well.    

Learn more from Chris at comediology.com and buy his book from Amazon today!

Feb 21 2020 · 35mins
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EGGS 143: Chris Tabish - Business consultant and author of Comediology

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Welcome back to Eggs! This week's episode features special guest Chris Tabish. Chris is a Silicon Vally business professional, stand up comedian and the author of the book "Comediology" which is all about how to be more effective and fulfilled in business by using comedy.

We had an awesome conversation about life, relationships, business, comedy and so much more. You're going to want to take a listen—and take notes! Rate, like, share and subscribe to Eggs anywhere great podcasts are found. 

Our Guest:
Chris Tabish
comediology.com
venturewestgroup.com
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twitter.com/ChrisTabish

Credits:
Hosted by Michael Smith and Ryan Roghaar
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Feb 13 2020 · 1hr
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Be More Effective In Business With Comedy with Chris Tabish 030

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Be yourself, because everyone else is taken. – Chris Tabish

Hey everyone! Welcome to the very first episode of 2020. Today’s guest is Chris Tabish and we talk abut how comedy can help you become more effective in business.

Chris is the co-founder of Venture West Consulting and is the author of Comediology. He is a passionate, transformational growth leader with over 20 years of experience successfully leading and delivering all aspects of complex implementations at the Fortune 500 Level including strategy, program management, technology, change leadership and process improvement.

In this episode, we also discuss:

  • Key takeaways from his book, Comediology,
  • Finding your voice,
  • How finding your why can make you more effective in business,
  • Practical tips on how to speak in front of an audience,
  • Having a Creative 401k
  • Staying in the present, and more.

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Your Voice is Important

I was so caught into being a “stormtrooper”, just following the pack, that I didn’t realize that I needed my own voice to succeed in business.

But being in comedy, you have to have an opinion. That’s what you do. Whatever it is, you have to have an opinion. That’s the starting point for comedy.

So getting in touch and finding your voice is absolutely critical. You can’t get up there and say, “Well, what Jerry, the guy before me, said…”. You have to bring it yourself.

Find that in comedy and then translate that into business.

Bringing that voice is paramount. You see the people that are successful in business, that’s what they have. They have something of themselves that they’re putting out there.

Overcoming stage fright

It’s weird – being on podcasts or being written up in certain publications. It is a weird, bizarre experience. It feels very vain and unnatural. Even at work, when I'm giving a message or giving a meeting – until I think about the value that it’s providing to other people, then all of a sudden, it’s not about me.

I want to help people have joy and laughter and fulfillment in what they’re doing. It’s the same thing on stage: I want people to laugh; I want people to enjoy themselves. Same thing at work: I want this business to improve.

It’s not about me. Once I can get past that, then it’s magic. Then it’s like, “What can I do to help?”

Stay in the present

When you’re on-stage, likewise in business, you can’t really be thinking about the last joke that didn’t go so well. Or maybe it did go well, but you can’t be thinking about that. You can’t be thinking about your next joke; you have to be right there with the audience.

The same thing in business, when we get caught up, we’re thinking about other things, but you can’t correct anything outside of the present moment. You can’t enhance anything outside of the present moment.

Links and Resources

Connect with Chris: LinkedIn

https://comediology.com/

Comediology by Chris S. Tabish

The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle

Jan 28 2020 · 27mins
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#120 - Chris Tabish, Co-Founder of Venture West Consulting & Comediology

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Special Guest Chris Tabish, Co-Founder of Venture West Consulting in Silicon Valley and author of "Comediology"

In today's episode I interview Chris to learn more about his background, how he founded his company, what exactly "comediology" is and how it relates to helping business owners be more effective, and his best practices for success!

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comediology.com

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Dec 16 2019 · 46mins
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Chris Tabish: Finding Yourself by Finding Your Passion

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Is there a way that you can use comedy to conenct with your co-workers better? Besides using your standard dad jokes? (please stop doing those)

This week, Dan speaks with comedian Chris Tabish, the co-founder of Venture West Consulting and the author of the new book "Comediology: Be More Effective and Fulfilled in Business With Comedy." Chris was like many people, stuck in a job that was taking a toll not only on himself but on his family. He was able to use stand-up comedy as a way to not only find himself personally, but find himself  in business. It enabled him to break free of living outside of his heart and soul and find his voice, be present, and stop doing things for reasons other than experiencing joy and fulfillment.

Things discussed in this episode include...

- Why owning who you are is the ultimate way to bring true happiness in your life.

- The power of the "F It!" point and what you should take action when you feel you're ready.

- How asking yourself "WHY" can give you clarity in your current situation and where you want your life to go.

- Why making a career change may not be the right move and how to know it.

- How building the right environment around you can change yourself and your situation.

- Why the process of finding yourself can be just as powerful and fun as getting to where you want to be.

- How the fear of failure isn't necessarily what you think it is.

- Why you should recognize your success and give yourself more credit for what you've accomplished.

- How the fundamentals of comedy can actually be a way for you to build better connections with your co-workers.

Learn more about Chris and pick up his new book at comediology.com

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Oct 02 2019 · 34mins