Here’s part one of an interview with brilliant Canadian speaker Alvin Law.
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Alvin was born with no arms, a victim of the thalidomide drug. I was inspired by this amazing man, who plays the keyboard with his toes.
He’s a natural storyteller and I’ve seen few who are better at holding an audience’s attention.
I have no hesitation in recommending Alvin for your event, if you are looking to inspire your team.
More details on Alvin Law here
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Here’s my interview with Tim Gard, the brilliant American speaker. He’d just come off stage at the PSA 2009 convention in Marlow. His after dinner set was hilarious. For me it was extra special because it was my birthday, and Tim invited eight fellow speakers onto the stage and they played Happy Birthday for me on nose whistles!
It wasn’t the most tuneful version, but I will always remember it.
I’d been invited to speak about humour at the convention before I knew that Tim was headlining the event. It was a bit like being asked to talk about physics and then finding Stephen Hawking is also on the bill. Fortunately my ‘Putting the ‘U’ in Humour’ workshop was well received and I was delighted when Tim came and found me to give me a copy of his book.
Anyway, enough of the praise, here’s the interview.