John noticed at conferences 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.
He 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.
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.
What Will You Walk Away With?
John's analyzes the following questions:
What are the 10 habits that the most iconic brands use behind-the-scenes so they're always one step ahead in their industry?
What are the 5 techniques leaders use to produce high-quality work when departments have limited resources & budgets?
How do you fix the 4 most common team building mistakes when trying to think of outside-the-box ideas?
How do you make a vision in your head become a reality when people assume your idea is "impossible" to execute?
What type of "mind shift exercises" should you implement when your team members are stressed out?
What's the Difference Between a Good Leader and a Great Leader?
Good leaders help teams achieve their goals.
Great leaders think like magicians.
If you want to be a great leader, you must study challenges from different perspectives to make impossible visions become possible & create a transformational experience for those around you.
Even though sleight of hand is an important factor in becoming a magician, creative thinking and effective communication strategies are more important in order to have the greatest impact on your audience and have a successful show – or in a leader's case, a successful team.
How Parallel is the Creative Process?
When we only analyze challenges from one perspective, we only come up with a limited list of solutions.
Magicians and entrepreneurial leaders have a lot in common with their creative process. They both want to solve a problem, but look at it from different perspectives so their audience can have a unique experience.
John's keynote analyzes this thought-process while also providing different techniques you and your team can use to maximize the final outcome.
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.
Why did this happen? Because they assume it's impossible to execute with the resources you have.
You feel defeated and frustrated because you saw potential in it.
This scenario happens every day: Ideas that could potentially change the world are shot down instantly because people make assumptions on the practicability and future success rate.
However, don't worry too much if others can't envision your idea at first. Scientific research has proven that human brains unintentionally & subconsciously create restrictions when hearing about new possibilities that are outside-the-box.
For instance, people were hesitant when they first heard about these visions, but now we use them on a daily basis:
What if we could see the entire city of Boston within 10 minutes? (An Airplane!)
What if we could experience a family wedding that’s happening on the other side of the world? (Facetime!)
What if we could have 50,000 pictures in our pockets? (Smart Phones!)
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 understood the fundamentals of perception and realized that just because a goal seemed impossible to execute at first, didn't mean it was impossible -- it started with how they perceived the challenge.
But we know this can be hard. However, magicians have been studying this exact concept for thousands of years: how can you look at situations from a different perspective to make impossible ideas come to life?
That’s why John teaches a five-stage creativity roadmap with 10 habits so you can start achieving goals at a more efficient pace — all while crossing out the word impossible in your vocabulary.
Your team will walks 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 community, leadership, and business growth.
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