We teach you how to strategically use your sense of humor to improve productivity, reduce stress, and connect with others. A third of your waking life is spent at work enjoying it.
In our interest to be as effective as possible, we faced a problem: you are not effective with people. People have “feelings” and “feelings,” “they” are “sick” and “tired,” and they have to do things like “eat,” “sleep.” Humans are not robots, even if we are labeled as means.
The key to efficiency in the next lifetime is to better deal with the trials and tribulations of work, not just today or tomorrow, but for next week, next month, next year, next decade and beyond (if you believe in reincarnation). The key is humor.
Funny job jokes for today’s jokes
Office jokes and today’s “humor” culture are a great way to enjoy the benefits of humor at work. Sharing a simple joke a day is more fun and deeper than time passes. Here are our favorite office jokes that work perfectly for today’s jokes or if you have to laugh.
Do you want me to know (or really someone)? Ask one of the questions below to get to know someone. These are fun, interesting questions that will help you learn more about the person you’re talking to. These include questions your team creates, learns about your employees, and asks fun questions about your standard introducts.
A quick warning: There are thousands of interesting questions to learn about someone. I discovered that the following questions (taken from games like table titles, projects like the actor’s studio and from my own brain) are so unique and interesting that they force a person to think. If you asked them the same question a thousand times before, it would not be helpful to involve the person in the conversation. This is just a starting point. Take the questions to create this team and change them to meet your needs and situation. Asking someone what they like is a great way to get to know him better and learn about his desires and opinions. These questions are good when you first meet someone, and it’s easy to include as part of the introductions to a large group, such as telling each person’s name their child, sharing, and favorite food.