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Scott
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Funny, fresh and energetic entertainment.

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If you love to laugh then it’s time you met Australia’s Laughter Specialist Scott Williams

Affectionately known as ‘The Doctor’, Scott is a gifted and naturally funny comedian.

He effortlessly delivers a rich blend of clean, smarty comedy and hilarious audience participation.

With performing experience spanning 40 years, Scott has built up an enviable reputation of being one of the most sought after acts on the Australian circuit. His popularity can be seen in audience feedback he continually receives where words such as ‘Brilliant’, Topical’, Intelligent’, Intoxicating’, and ‘Hugely entertaining’ are often used.

Current Work

In the past 40 years tens of thousands of people have witnessed Scott’s comic genius live. In his latest show aptly entitled “The Laughter Show”, Scott brings into focus our modern world and with clever humour and vivid imagery, demonstrates how we can all bring more laughter into our lives.

Ultimately Scott reminds us that ‘we are only human’ after all and we all need to laugh.

The Laughter Show is a truly unique comedy performance that is loaded with laughter.

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Talking Points

The Happy Human: How to Positively Influence your Negative Bias

Babies begin to laugh at around four months of age. By the 5me a child reaches grade one they’re laughing on average 300 5mes a day! Yet as adults we manage only to laugh around 17. What happens on our path to maturity that so detrimentally impacts our ability to laugh? Scott Williams is a laughter specialist and is a highly regarded and sought after speaker in the Australian corporate arena. He regularly speaks to company executives and their employees on how laughter can be a very powerful tool when it comes to the effective management of stress in our hectic ‘always on’ society. Absenteeism costs the Australian workplace billions of dollars and stress is one of the leading factors. Scott explores the proven link between humour and better health and discusses what practical steps we can all take to boost our daily laughter levels. Scott’s keynote also considers how we can convert some of the negative energy that impacts our daily lives into positive pressure that can propel us forward. It’s a journey into laughter and the most fun you can have while
learning! We are all human after all - and we all need to laugh.

Objectives:

- To consider the physiological and psychological benefits of laughter on the human body.
- To remind delegates that having a sense of humour is as vital to our mental wellbeing as breathing is to our
physical wellbeing.
- To get delegates to consider what areas of their lives may require change in order to live healthier, happier
and more productive lives.
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