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Studying Comics | Comedy Roots | Comeback? | Defense | Character mask | Robin | Censorship
Writer's block | Camcorder Coaching | Memorizing | Remembering | Stage Movement: setting a bit
Business | Business Cards | Your Web Site | Open Mics | Evil "Bringer Shows" | Audition | MC tips
Promo Packet | Contact media | Interviews | How to get BIG-$ Gig$ | Agents vs. Managers
Newsletter | Goodies | Auditioning: TV & Movie parts | Site Map: more tips
Improvisation: Thinking on Your Feet | Jonthan Winters | Hecklers

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Coaching & Co-Writing
Jim Richardson's one-on-one Consulting
Who can benefit?
Stand-up comedians:
would-be comics, open micers, emcees, middle acts, headliners.

Variety acts:
ventriloquists, singers, musicians, jugglers, magicians, etc.

Keynote speakers and business trainers:
All platform speakers—
humorous, serious topics, motivational, etc.

Other professionals who want to become even more effective:
CEOs, sales people, management,
actors, writers, club owners, TV producers, filmmakers,
attorneys, politicians,
ministers, health professionals, educators, etc.
Tip: "Why get Jim's notes after you perform & before you go to sleep?"

One-on-One Sessions, Private Groups:
I offer personal coaching and private workshops for smaller groups,
tailored to meet your performance needs.

Please contact me to get information and fees for the following areas:

Four ways to market your act:
Make the audience like you a lot so that they can identify with you
How to evaluate agents and managers
No-nonsense plans of action for becoming a national celebrity
Crystallizing your act for national TV

Writing jokes:
Organizing your jokes into bits
Writing one-vocabulary and two-vocabulary premise routines
Make bits heckle-proof

Acting:
Stage Movements that sell the joke

Delivery:
your vocal signature

Improvisation:
Thinking on your feet
Ten ways to improvise

You and your character:
How to create and sell your character in the right market

Selling your act during interviews:
newspaper, radio, web and TV

Check out:
Jim's procedures and fees.

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Calendar | Video: tips | Endorsements: tips | Coaching & Co-Writing | Coaching order form | About Us
Lessons 1-35: Descriptions | Register: Lessons 1-4 | Register: Lessons 5-8 | FAQ | Contact Us

Sub Headings: even more tips!
Studying Comics | Comedy Roots | Comeback? | Defense | Character mask | Robin | Censorship
Writer's block | Camcorder Coaching | Memorizing | Remembering | Stage Movement: setting a bit
Business | Business Cards | Your Web Site | Open Mics | Evil "Bringer Shows" | Audition | MC tips
Promo Packet | Contact media | Interviews | How to get BIG-$ Gig$ | Agents vs. Managers
Newsletter | Goodies | Auditioning: TV & Movie parts | Site Map: more tips
Improvisation: Thinking on Your Feet | Jonthan Winters | Hecklers