Did you know that 70% of employees are afraid of suggesting out-of-the-box ideas to upper management?
What Will You Walk Away With?
What are the 10 most common leadership mistakes when trying to think outside-the-box?
When teams have limited resources & budgets, what are the 5 techniques they use in order to produce high-quality work?
How do you make a vision in your head become a reality when people think your idea is "impossible" to execute?
What are the behind-the-scenes habits that the most iconic leaders use so they're always one step ahead in their industry?
What type of "mind shift exercises" should you implement when your team members are stressed out?
What Makes John Different From Other Keynote Speakers?
John saw keynote speakers time and time again hop on stage, tell their story in a mundane way, and fall short of providing the guests with practical tips to improve their personal & professional well-being.
He noticed that attendees walk away motivated at that moment, but they didn't have any long-term problem solving strategies to help them in the future.
That's why John customizes his presentation to include audience interaction through magic to make it more memorable, while also providing action-steps for specific goals all centered around your event's theme.
We all know that exciting feeling when you develop a unique idea and have that "light bulb" moment.
You anxiously can’t wait to share the concept with other people, but much to your surprise, they instantly discard it and assume it's impossible to execute with the resources you have. You feel defeated and frustrated because you saw potential in it.
This happens every day. But don't worry too much if they can't envision your idea at first. Scientific research has proven that human brains unintentionally & subconsciously create restrictions when hearing about new possibilities.
For instance, people were hesitant when they first heard about these visions, but we now use them on a daily basis:
What if we could see the entire city of Boston within 10 minutes?
What if we could experience a family wedding that’s happening on the other side of the world?
What if we could have 50,000 pictures in our pockets?
What if we could know the name of a song on the radio that we’ve never heard before in less than 3 seconds?
(The Shazam App!)
We often forget that creative teams are just like everyone else: They have doubt about their ideas. They have fear about their ideas. And yes, they do have bad ideas sometimes. But what sets them apart from everyone else is that they try to explore the challenge from different perspectives to see what they can truly achieve.
The most successful leaders throughout history realized that just because something seemed impossible to execute at first, didn't mean it was impossible -- it started with how they perceived the challenge. And for thousands of years, magicians have been studying that exact concept: how can you look at situations from a different perspective to make impossible ideas come to life?
But we know this can be hard. That’s why John’s keynote teaches a five-stage creativity roadmap and toolkit with 10 strategies so you can achieve milestones at a faster and more efficient pace, crossing out the word impossible in your vocabulary.
Your team will walk away not only being entertained by John's magic, but also equipped with new exercises to be more productive, more accepting, and more "all in" for leadership, business, and community growth. If John can achieve the impossible with the right mindset and perspective, then why can't you?
Get a sneak peek of John by clicking on the video thumbnails below: