IITYWYBMAB – Curious? Confused? Think you know but looking for confirmation? Ask Eran Thomson. He’ll set you straight… if you say yes.
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Master Storyteller, The Moth Finalist, and Founder of Australia’s fastest-growing comedy school, Eran Thomson, takes to the stage to recount all 17 times he’s nearly died (along with a few close calls) in his action-packed hour-long Australian debut.
Haiku Fukyu is a collection of poems for idiots written by Eran Thomson that he hand delivers to annoying people who deserve worse, but get this poetry instead.
“Hopium” is when you HOPE the marketing materials you invest in will actually work without a strong rationale or understanding of why they should.
Most people think improv is just for comedy. But really, it’s a powerful tool for life that will help you craft a more mindful and meaningful existence.
Watch Eran Thomson’s infamous Tall Poppy Syndrome rant as seen on Sky News’ Entrepreneurs TV Show with Jack Delosa and discover how blossom to your full potential.
It’s time to retire superannuation as you know it and take control of your financial future. Don’t worry, Zuper will make it easy for you.
The “Help Others Movement” is a great thing and so I was happy to sit down with Susan Zheng for chatty interview in a park frequented by many distracting meth addicts.
If you happened to catch Simon Sinek’s recent interview on Inside Quest about millennials in…
I’m excited to be joining the team at Chimney. Partly because it means I get to make more funny things, but also because their Scandinavian origins mean that I can talk like the Swedish Chef in meetings.
Channeling my inner MacGyver led to the invention of the “Stick Steadi-Cam,” that was featured in an Apple Store seminar on iPhone filmmaking. The films it was used on is a wonderful souvenir from a wonderful trip to Sri Lanka.
I grew up terrified of water. Not all water, tubs, showers and lawn sprinklers were never an issue. But lakes, rivers and the ocean – were…
I have lots of cop stories. Don’t judge me. I was a good kid, just mischievous – and often, unlucky…