Humor - a lifegiving tools
Humor is a sought-after property. We wish us employees with humor, colleagues with humor, lovers with humor and it does then does not matter if the kiosk man and cashiers have a humorous profits. But it does not help much if we merely wish that the surroundings have humor. We can of course not change the behavior of others - only our own.
The humorous profits starts with ourselves and Karen-Marie Small Lund offers in this lecture many different ideas on how we can begin in the near, on the job in the relationship and in relation to ourselves.
It is a common misconception that some people simply lack a sense of humor. They have it. They just never trained it. Others have gotten the humor in already from childhood and they have obviously an advantage. Like people who have been established good exercise habits from an early age find it easier to maintain a healthy level of activity. But it is never too late to begin. Not even in the case humor. There are many different paths to more hilarity of everyday life and, depending on the personality someone will seem easier than others. But one thing is certain: There is a humorous way to us all. It's just about finding it.