John Cleese, yes that one from Monty Pythons Flying Circus, Fawlty Towers, and more, has been a very public proponent of HUMOR, especially as it pertains to opening up ones creativity and problem solving in any setting. In his latest tweet, "Laughing at the seriousness of life is the best way to get through it," he talks specifically about the difference between solemnity and seriousness: twitter.com/JohnCleese/status/1356305459569958913
We at World View, and those we collaborate with, strive to bring organic fun into every production by surrounding ourselves with people who take their jobs seriously, but not themselves. The results are always better than any one person can imagine, when our minds are clear of perceived inefficiencies, ego attacks, or grand standing. Though we are human and therefore imperfect, we continue to learn and grow from every opportunity. During the production of our own Jeff's Homemade Game Show, despite the occasional chaos that is production, our incredible team would always come back to center, bringing levity into any situation at any time. That kept our host loose, our creative team sharp, and most importantly, our real families laughing and comfortable having us in their home:
"So thankful to be a part of the show, my family had so much fun!"
"We loved every minute of the experience. Jeff, Bob, Bob and crew, we truly thank you 💙"
We'd like to know your thoughts on this topic. If you'd like to have fun on our team, or have a project you'd enjoy brainstorming about, please reach out. We'll be sure to be serious about bringing humor to the process.
Pictured: The Santos Family and Jeff Rogers, host of Jeff's Homemade Game Show, streaming at https://www.byutv.org/jeffsgameshow
Photo by Stephan Mazurek
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