When it came down to choosing the first topic to talk about in Personal Development Week, discipline was an easy choice. Without the discipline to follow through with anything, you’ll have a difficult time achieving any of the other categories. The biggest misconception about discipline is that if you don’t have it, than you don’t […]
I’ve recently been doing some thinking about my persona on-stage and have come up with a few ideas about “Stand Up Drew.” The first big point is that there are some key differences and similarities between my on-stage and off-stage personas. If I had to identify some differences, I’d say they were: I’m more outgoing […]
First and foremost, I have to thank Katie for leaving me an amazing comment on my blog. If even half of what she says is true, then I know that all the time and effort I put into comedy is well worth it. Comments like that make me feel so fortunate to even be able […]
I was talking to Matt at Smarty Pants practice tonight and something he mentioned got me thinking about my blog and the stand up that I do. He talked about how, in a way, it can be nice to be a relatively unknown comedian. As an unknown, you can do the same material over and […]
A stand-up set from 2006 at Funny Bone at Newport on the Levee. My 19th stand-up show. UPDATE 2016: It’s weird to leave this up considering how bad it is, but I think it’s an important part of my evolution. Plus who doesn’t enjoy a good anti-Michigan joke?
As anyone that has read some of my previous postings can tell, I have a problem with commitment. I’ve attempted to start blogging consistently on a number of occasions (see “Joke of the Day”, “A New Thinking”, “The Cooking Project”, and “What I Learned”), but I’ve been unable to stick to any of them. Well, […]