Jason Flamm
Copywriter | Content Creator | Jmflamm@gmail.com

Soft Skill Coaching


Become your best self.

Become a better presenter. Develop stronger bonds. Nail interviews. Laugh more. Make more money. Tell better stories. Become more likable.

These are all benefits to improving your soft skills.

Below are a few ways I can help you accomplish these things in life and work.

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business Growth

Fully customizable workshops that focus on areas you or your team are looking to grow.

Business growth lessons help with:

  • Communication between teammates and clients/customers

  • Team-building and morale

  • Brainstorming and improving creative processes

  • Confidence

  • Team-building among interns

  • Improving pitches

  • …and much more.

professional development

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The judgment-free zone that I create with these particular classes are meant to help people accelerate their learning by doing. No powerpoint presentation needed, instead we focus on developing skills that enable you to connect quickly, listen actively, and speak without fear.

Can be catered to groups or individuals and improve:

  • Job interview skills

  • Public speaking and presentation skills

  • Confidence and interpersonal skills

  • Adding humor and personality

  • Overall soft skills

  • Team cohesiveness

  • …and much more.

sketch or Improv comedy performance

I can also help improve performance on stage. I’ve been performing improv and sketch comedy since 2011, with well over 200 live shows under my belt. I have a list of services that I offer for both improv and sketch comedy (for individuals or teams).

Why me?

For improv, I learned under Bill Chott (The Dana Carvey Show) at the Improv Trick-St. Louis, and I graduated the multi level program from The Improv Shop. I’ve been fortunate to be a part of workshops by Jimmy Carrane (Improv Nerd), David Koechner (Anchorman, The Office), Susan Messing (iO theater), Laura and Rick Hall (Whose Line is it Anyway?) and many more.

For sketch comedy, I started my first ever sketch team The Last Sketch Comedy Show on Earth back in 2011 simply because I had never done sketch before and wanted to learn how to do it. We held our last show on December 21, 2012… the day the world was supposed to end. It didn’t, but our sketch team did. In 2014, I started Sketchpad® Comedy. A comedy organization dedicated to helping anyone and everyone learn how to write and perform sketch comedy.

Through sketch comedy I’ve learned from some of the absolute best, including Kevin McDonald (Kids in the Hall), Rich Talarico (Key and Peele, Review), Michael McCarthy (Saturday Night Live) and Andel Sudik (The Second City).

I’ve got a wide berth of experience and I’ve been called a good teacher.

If any of these services interest you, contact me at jmflamm @ gmail dot com.