We’ve got the secret to success. No joke.
Almost everyone likes a person with a good sense of humor. Studies even show humorous people are more successful and are more likely to be in positions of influence.
Humor is associated with high emotional intelligence and cognitive ability. People who have a positive humor style are also often good communicators and successful conflict resolvers. Funny people appear confident and competent, therefore increasing their status among peers.
But before you order that joke book on Amazon to memorize over the weekend, watch our video for tips on how you can realistically use humor to increase your status and gain influence.
– Morgan McCoy, The Pittsburgh 100