According to Las Vegas comedian, Matt Kazam, many comics are the most painfully shy people you’ll ever meet in-person. Who knew these funny guys and gals, who perform in front of thousands of people for a living, are natural-born introverts?!
But that’s not all Matt shares during his episode of Shift Happens. This choice-conscious entertainer shares how, as one of three children (his sister a doctor, his brothers are lawyers), his dad made it clear that if he wanted to commit to the comic-guy journey, he better figure out the science of stand-up. From thinking about his act to understanding long-form stand-up, Matt took his father’s words to heart.
In this episode of Shift Happens, Matt explains:
- Why laughter exists, and the difference between conscious and subconscious laughter
- How his crowd-fusing approach to comedy lends itself to the real world (and you can apply it, too)
- How mood influences health and lifestyle
Listen, review, subscribe. Then let me know who else you’d like to hear on season one!