Tom Mabe talks about his evolution from jingle writer to prankster, comedian to Youtube master. Tom has covered a lot of ground in a short amount of time. The key? Drive. Relentless drive.
We talk about:
- First realizing you can tell the same joke twice
- Hustling the road just to get stage time
- How hard it is to overcome a bad first impression
- Developing thick skin
- Having a following before you have an act
- The ups and downs of YouTube income
- Creating multiple revenue streams
- The one prank that really paid off
- The long ride home after bombing
- Corporate gigs and distractions
- When an emcee reveals your entire show before you hit stage
- My key for free breakfast on the road (in the old days)
- Partnering with other YouTube producers
and much, much more!
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