We often receive jokes forwarded to us by email that make us chuckle. It is a good break from our work and is not necessarily a bad things. But many organizations discourage such practices because of abuse.< ?xml:namespace prefix = o />
The laughter from good jokes is often very contagious. That is the reason why people forward jokes to their friends and contacts. They want to share the fun and the laughter with them.
But most of us are just good at nothing more than forwarding emails. We simply don’t tell jokes anymore.
We should learn to tell jokes for many reasons. It helps you to make friends and socialize. It improves your memory and power to recall things. In order to tell jokes well, you need a certain ability to present the jokes with the right tones of voice and expression. This involves some presentation skills which could only be acquired through constant practice. Telling jokes regularly also increases your confidence when dealing with people.
Learn to tell jokes, make more friends and have more fun in your life. Is easier than you think.
Start with some simple jokes which are very easy to remember and tell. Don’t try to tell a long and complicated joke at the start or you will have people staring at you with a blank look.