How to be an awesome stand-up comic

I was just about to put together a list of all the stand-ups in the country, but then I realized that we can’t all be a comic, and that if we’re all stand-sits, we’re not all comics.

So instead, I’m going to tell you how to be awesome stand up comics.

But first, here’s the thing: I know you probably have a lot of questions, and it’s probably time to break down what you need to know.

First, if you’re looking for some advice on how to do stand-uppys, this is probably not the guide for you.

Second, this list is only for comics.

And third, I don’t want you to feel intimidated by the advice, and I definitely don’t care what you’re thinking, because I’ve seen so many great stand- ups in the past.

And finally, if this is your first time reading my column, please don’t get angry.

If you want to hear how I’m feeling about this, and if you want some advice for what to do to improve your stand-Up career, you can find it in my book, The Best Advice You Can Get.

You’re going to learn how to: Write a comic that’s your own.

Write a stand- up that’s a hit.

Get your own podcast.

Use your platform to speak your mind.

And more.

So go ahead.

Start with this list.

1.

Write something you love and be your own creator.

It’s a good way to build a platform.

2.

Be your own comedian.

And if you don’t know how to make a stand up comic, I can help you out.

3.

Find a platform and use it to speak out.

You’ll learn how.

4.

Get a podcast and start speaking your mind with your audience.

I’ll also share some great stand up resources.

5.

Start your own business.

This will be your gateway to being a professional stand-upper.

If this sounds like something you want, check out this list of business resources.

6.

Make your podcast.

This is your platform.

And, if there’s one thing you need me to tell everyone who’s reading this, it’s: DON’T START YOUR OWN PODCAST.

You need to be on something I have a hard time naming, but I promise you, it’ll be better than anything you can make on your own and it will help you make more money.

I know this sounds crazy, but it’s true.

If that’s you, I know that’s what you want.

7.

Make a podcast.

You have the time.

This may sound silly, but you’ll be making money on it, so it’s worth it. 8.

Make money.

The best part about podcasting is that you’ll have the power to tell stories that you want heard.

So I’ll give you some of the best tips on how you can get paid for your stand up work: Make a blog.

Blogs are the most powerful medium for making money in stand up. 9.

Make friends.

Make people happy.

Make the people around you laugh.

This means you’ll become friends with them.

This can be something as simple as listening to them podcast.

10.

Build a podcast community.

There are people in your community who will listen to you.

You will get a lot more work from them, and you’ll get a whole lot more money from them.

11.

Create a podcast around yourself.

Your podcasts are your platform, and your podcast is your life.

12.

Take on the world.

You can be the best stand-u-pon in the world, or you can be one of the worst.

Just go out there and be the one you want people to listen to, and people will listen.

And then they will keep listening.

And you’ll build a life that is much more fulfilling and valuable than you could have ever imagined.

13.

Use social media.

You’ve got your podcast, you’ve got a social media presence.

And it’s all your fault that you’re not on it.

And so now you’re in the position where you need a new platform.

But if you can’t be on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, Pinterest, Snapchat, LinkedIn, Reddit, Pinterest or any of the other platforms, you’ll need a brand new platform, because the world will never hear your story.

14.

Find your audience: There are three main things you need in order to stand out: a.)

Your writing style.

Write stand-pys with your best writing style in mind.

B.)

Your comedy.

Stand up comedy is a form of stand-Ups, and there’s no one type of comedy.

This isn’t a guide to writing comedy.

And C.)

Your delivery.

If it’s a standup, you need an engaging delivery.

I love stand- comedy, but that doesn’t mean I think it’s for everyone.