- Laughing to survive—or— those who laugh last
- Humor as an antidote to stress
- Humor as a means to recover the child within us
- Laughter as medicine
Al Staggs, Get ready for a time of fun and laughter when Al puts the names of your organization’s leaders together with characters like Robin Williams, Ernest P Worrell, Gomer Pyle, George Burns, Sylvester Stallone and John Wayne.
Need political leaders to speak at your next meeting?
The likes of LBJ, Richard Nixon, Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, George Bush, Ross Perot and Jesse Helms stand ready to bring a little political folly to your gathering.
How about music?
You’ll think that you’re really listening to such greats as Willie Nelson and Johnny Mathis when Al breaks into song.
More than 20 years as a clergyman, a degree in psychology, education and a third degree in applied theology from Harvard, and add to that more than 50 impressions and you have a program of comedy, music and insight into the therapeutic value of humor.