THIS SPEAKER'S SET FEE PLACES HIM/HER WITHIN THE RANGE OF:
$7,500 and under
|TRAVELS FROM: California|
SPEECH TITLES AND/OR TOPICS
- Funny Bones: Finding Humor in Not-So-Funny Times
- The Lighter Side of Change
- Bye Bye Burnout: Lighten Your Work with Humor
- The Healing Power of Humor
- The Courage to Laugh
- Let the Play Begin
Education | Entertainment | Humor
Allen Klein, aka "Mr. Jollytologist" is an award-winning professional speaker who shows audiences worldwide how to find and use humor to deal with changes, challenges, and not-so-funny stuff.
Mr. Klein is a recipient of a Toastmaster's Communication and Leadership Award, a Certified Speaking Professional designation from the National Speaker's Association and a Hunter College (NYC) Hall of Fame honoree.
If you need a speaker who will get and keep the audience laughing and
your audience needs some stress relief hire a Jollytologist®. If you want a speaker who exceeds expectations or you want a speaker who will get the audience cheering, bring in a Jollytologist®. If you want a speaker who is easy to work with and you want a speaker whose message will be remembered long after the conference ends, then hire a Jollytologist®.
Allen Klein is also a best-selling author of such books as The Healing Power of Humor, The Courage to Laugh, The Change-Your-Life Quote Book, (2000) and, WorkLaughs, (Gramacy/Random House Value Publishing, 2006) among others.
BOOKS Search For A Book
- WorkLaughs: Quips, Quotes, and Anecdotes about Making a Buck
- TeacherLaughs: Quips, Quotes, and Anecdotes about the Classroom
- Parentlaughs: Quips, Quotes, and Anecdotes about Raising Kids
- Reflections on Life: Why We;re Here and How to Enjoy the Journey
- The Love and Kisses Quote Book
- The Simplify-Your-Life Quote Book
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