Apr 23, 2018
What do you get when you cross an elephant and a rhino? Wait for it.....Elephino! A great joke from my youth and exactly what I thought when I first heard the term Neurohumorist! My guest this week, Karyn Buxman, is a exactly that! Plus, a speaker, author, TEDx presenter, and a really good friend! We round out humor month talking about the neurobiology of humor, how humor can help you connect with and communicate with your team AND....Karyn's best scar story. You're going to enjoy this episode! It's funny relevant, and will give you strategies you can use today!
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Karyn Buxman is an international speaker, successful author, and neurohumorist (living at the intersection of the brain and humor). Karyn is a pioneer in the field of applied humor, starting with her masters thesis in graduate school and now continues her partnerships with leading neuroscientists. Today Karyn helps leaders—and those they serve—achieve peak performance and optimum health through the art and science of applied humor.
More than 500 organizations—including NASA, the Mayo Clinic and the Million Dollar Round Table have hired Karyn to entertain, educate, and inspire their audiences again and again. She is one of 227 people in the world—and one of only 39 women—to be inducted into the National Speaker’s Association’s Speaker Hall of Fame. Karyn’s mission: To improve global health, business, and peace through laughter and heal the humor-impaired.
Connect with Karyn on social media or check her out on her website at: https://karynbuxman.mykajabi.com/
Email her for the special gifts of unspeakable value at: firstname.lastname@example.org