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68Jumi Vogler is an expert in humor and value enhancement. She works as a speaker and coach, author and trainer. Her motto: SUCCESS LAUGHS! After studying theater, German and journalism, she was a member of the artistic management of the Lower Saxony State Theater in Hanover and lecturer at the Leibniz University in Hanover. Jumi Vogler then switched to the personnel developer at Volkswagen AG. Today she has turned her special topic “Humor as a strategy for success” into a profession and a calling and shows others how humor works as a strategy for success and increases the value of companies. Her current book “Success laughs! Humor as a strategy for success ”was published in January 2012. Jumi Vogler is a member of the German Speakers Association - GSA. For more information, see success-lacht.blogspot.de/.

Success factor Humor at work: How to promote laughter career - 7 tips

In serious professional life, the power of humor is a highly underestimated property, indeed often neglected. However, humor actually increases the prospects for success in the job considerably. 7 tips on how to improve it. office-hollyday

Competition also in private life?

Increase your own value? Best in private life? What's that about? Private life is the only “space” in which we are not measured according to market criteria! After better, faster, higher. Or? Leaner, more beautiful, younger, more potent, more powerful, richer? Wait a moment! Not true at all!

Private life is also subject to the laws of competition. Whoever has the most friends, is popular with who is wearing the right clothing. Whoever has only a pregnant hamster is considered a loser. Life is currently in our society. All of us are important to us.

Humor makes attractive

Even privately. And should you be able to increase it with humor? With humor? Yes! And you, dear reader, have already started. By foregoing the myth of “value-free” private life. It has to do with intelligence. And the ability to look the world in the face without makeup.

Now plain text? Good. Whoever creates humor with private life becomes more attractive, more charismatic, intelligent, freer, more creative, healthier, more communicative, more self-assured, quick-witted. Because we know all these bad-tempered, unfriendly colleagues, who like to go to the cellar to laugh. Are the popular? Just it.

Humor as a life and communication strategy

And even more: if you have humor, you have the courage to go your own way. It has a radiance. He can communicate excellently and deal with conflicts. Those who have humor are creative and never boring. Humourous people make themselves and other people happy. Serotonins are poured out during laughter.

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And: Humorous people are also extremely successful on the love market. This, of course, only on the edge. That was the short form. How can you learn this? By understanding how humor works. By doing personality development. By training your humor. That's it, Of course, nothing comes. And the benefit is huge.

7 tips like humor makes life easier

Humor is a philosophy, a life and communication strategy. What comes out as a joke as a gag, as a "bon mot", as a red nose is just the tip of the iceberg. If you want to master the humor strategy, you have to choose it. Everything in life starts with a decision. Done?

  1. Training Emotional Intelligence and Empathy: I congratulate you on this decision. It will change your private life. Form your human knowledge, your emotional intelligence and your empathy. You can learn it all.
  2. Optimize your communication skills: It is also still good for the profession. Optimize communication skills. Practice fault tolerance. Develop your sense of humor. Best at the same time. Attention: courage test!
  3. To deal with your own weaknesses humorously: You can learn to be humorous - but how? For example like this: dance your weaknesses ”I'm too fat. Tschtschtscha, I'm too fat, Tschatschatscha, I find myself nice Tschatschatscha. ” Humor has to do with humor. Develop your sense of humor by keeping a humor diary. Think about what you find strange about yourself.
  4. Laugh with your friends: And to your friends. Buy a red nose and carry it with you always. And if you get angry, put it on! And pay attention to the reaction of your counterpart. Amazing! With humor you increase your value in private life. And give new values ​​to your private life. You know: Success laughs!
  5. The Oscar for the most humorous account manager: Invite to the after-work karaoke evening. Trust yourself! This creates more confidence than any leadership talk. Draw the error in your department that has taught you the most. Award an Oscar for the most humourous customer support. Give people what they want for a birthday. Not the obligatory bouquet. Your department will prosper!
  6. Become more assertive with humor: Captivate listeners with presentations with humor and emotion. This even works on the subject of “key figures”. Basically, humor naturally makes you fit to deal with dominance strategies. They become quick-witted and assertive: “We have always done it this way:” - Answer: ”I understand. Failure as a paradoxical corporate goal. How interesting."
  7. To train courage and wit: Or they insult you: "You are a joke." “Yes, I know, I was born with a red nose. I am really a joke. But at least that requires joke and figure. ” Those who work with humor are always in high status! Because he evaluates, approves, moves. Courage! With humor you increase your professional market value. That will pay off for you. Success laughs!

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  6. Philip says:

    The idea is very nice to escape the pressure to succeed in private with humor. The mistake that the author makes, however, is that she subjects humor to the same standards of value as everything else - slimness, wealth, etc.

    It would possibly be “more potent” to break out of these economic categories - value is a historically grown concept from economics - and to follow new, VALUE-FREE schools of thought.

    • Simone Janson says:

      Hi Philip,
      thank you, you are right, that also bothered me a bit about the article. Everyone is actually something “worth” without meeting certain standards, which are then applied again here.
      I believe, however, that I also see in the responses to the article that the surveying of a person has already penetrated so far into private areas, that many do not reflect that at all.

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