Package 2: Modern Day Magic John ditches the fancy stereotypical magician props and mixes comedy with borrowed objects, sleight of hand, and mind reading. Click here to learn more about magic.
What's the Time-Frame for Each Package?
Keynote: John's keynotes are typically between 45 and 75 minutes. However, he has done shorter 20 minute seminars all the way to longer two-hour workshops.
Magic: John's stand-up shows are typically around 45 minutes. However, this can also depend on where you see John fitting in your event. For instance, John has opened up for other celebrities using his shorter 10 minute act, all the way to performing 60 minute sleight of hand magic for different groups at cocktail hours and networking events.
What is John's Appearance Fee?
John's fee depends on how many people will be attending your event, how long you would like him to be there for, and the location of the venue.
You can click here to reach out and learn more about collaboration opportunities. Providing a range for your budget also helps as this allows John to consult with his team so they can customize the best type of performance for your event's theme.
We've all heard the phrase: It's not what you see, it's how you look at it. But what does that even mean?
John has learned over the years that creative solutions in life can be right in front of us, but our subconscious mind can miss the the answer if we're looking at the situation from the wrong perspective. For instance, 85% of people miss the extra "the" that was used in the previous sentence. Kudos to you if you caught it the first time.
His keynote is educational, yet entertaining that mixes magic, humor and professional coaching all in one session centered around his message that "Impossible is Just a Word" with the right perspective. He demonstrates how some products and services that we use on a daily basis were once completely unthinkable a few years ago. However, successful magicians & successful leaders have shown the world what can be possible by analyzing ordinary situations in extraordinary ways.
Surprisingly, what sparked John's popularity in the industry was not the magic tricks themselves, but rather his analysis on successful team building practices and how to master the magic of innovation. Sleight of hand might be important for a magician, but creative problem solving and communication skills are more important to have a successful show, or in a leader's case, a successful team.
By blending education with entertainment, John's keynote breaks down the psychology of how successful teams take a vision in their head become a reality, but more importantly, how to bring a sense of wonder, curiosity, and inspiration to the world -- regardless of what you do for a living or what your life aspirations might be.