Scott is an entrepreneur and a founder of the world first humour website. He is also a founder of the onion newspaper and has been the editor-in-chief, on and off, for much of the last quarter-century. Scott began his career in entertainment with a self-syndicated comic strip titled “Jims Journal” which eventually spawned a self-published book collection that became a national bestseller. He is also an accomplished voice actor who has performed in many national commercials, video games and animated cartoons.

On today’s episode, you’ll discover how to write funny, how Scott let.  How Scott let’s go and let’s other people write for him

“I think it’s possible to succeed without loving something if you are just nose to the grindstone painful work” – Scott Dikkers

Some topics that were discussed include:

  • How to write funny
  • Succeeding at something without loving it
  • How he delegates
  • What inspires Scott
  • Opinions on comedians
  • 11 ways to make something funny
  • Funny filters
  • Discipline
  • Amount of sleep Scott gets.
  • How to keep consistency when life knocks you down

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