Comedy Is A Funny Business-Joleen Lunzer-Podcast 686

On any given weekend in this country local comedy clubs are full. Comedy TV shows and tours are big business. Breaking in to the comedy business, though, is no joke. Find out why in Comedy Is A Funny Business-Joleen Lunzer-Podcast 686.

Doing What You Love Is The Hardest Thing

Moreover, one of the themes of the Bob Davis Podcasts is following your passion. Sometimes doing what you love is the hardest thing. When it comes to the entertainment business, stand up comedy has to be one of the most difficult pursuits to succeed in.

Comedy Is Big Business

Sure. We all know the stars of comedy. Especially relevant is the fact that there are many comedians in the business enjoying success and working their way up. My friend Joleen Lunzer is one of them. Writer. Podcaster. Blogger. Stand Up. Meet her in Comedy Is A Funny Business-Joleen Lunzer-Podcast 686.

Grounded in Saint Paul

Now living in Los Angeles, Joleen has barnstormed across the world and has been a resident stand up in Minneapolis and Saint Paul, Phoenix and Las Vegas. While there are many in the business with an LA or New York orientation, Lunzer’s roots in Saint Paul and the midwest keep her grounded when it comes to what’s funny.

Politics In Comedy

These days doing stand up can be a political minefield. How do you play to an audience full of people from different political tribes and still have a good time? We talk about it in Comedy Is A Funny Business-Joleen Lunzer-Podcast 686.

Still A Minnesota Wild Fan

Finally, following your passion can be a challenge. There are some good nuts and bolts lessons for future writers, podcasters and comedians in this podcast. The main takeaway? Maintaining your roots, especially if you’re from the midwest, can help you through the hard parts. By the way, Joleen is still a Minnesota Wild fan.

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Comedy Is A Funny Business-Joleen Lunzer-Podcast 686

Harvey Weinstein Effect-Colleen Kruse Bob Davis-Podcast 671

Does the Harvey Weinstein scandal make it harder for men to deal with women? In Harvey Weinstein Effect-Colleen Kruse Bob Davis-Podcast 671 two old friends talk about it.

Hollywood Didn’t Get The Memo

Especially relevant are posts by women everywhere about their experiences with what they consider to be inappropriate advances by men. While the term ‘sexual harassment‘ is something everyone has been familiar with for decades some Hollywood moguls apparently didn’t get the message.

Leave A Note On A Napkin

In Harvey Weinstein Effect-Colleen Kruse Bob Davis-Podcast 671 Bob and Colleen talk about what potential work relationships are off limits. Does this scandal and others like it irrevocably change how men and women relate?

Has It Always Been This Way?

We also talk about the possibility we live in a culture of conviction through accusation. The sheer weight of allegations coming out in the Weinstein case suggests they are true but there are lurid cases that have proven false. In Harvey Weinstein Effect-Colleen Kruse Bob Davis-Podcast 671.

Me Too

How does a man approach a woman these days? How many advances are too many? When and where is a workplace romance appropriate? What about people who meet in day to day dealings that have nothing to do with business?

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Harvey Weinstein Effect-Colleen Kruse Bob Davis-Podcast 671