SPECIAL PROGRAMS

Take The “What IF?” Challenge!

My What IF? Challenge is 16 powerful sessions with me, each a fun, 3 – 4 1/2 minute video with a carefully chosen “What IF?” question I designed to transform your mindset, open up your possibilities, give you more time, and supercharge your performance.

JUST FOR EDUCATORS

“Teaching is the most important, difficult and underappreciated profession in the world.”

– MIKE RAYBURN

A SPECIAL “WHAT IF?” KEYNOTE
EXPERIENCE FOR EDUCATORS?

(WITH A SPECIAL DISCOUNT FOR TEACHERS,
ADMINISTRATORS, SCHOOL BUSINESS OFFICIALS,
AND ALL PUBLIC SERVANTS!)

IN HIS “WHAT IF? KEYNOTE EXPERIENCE FOR EDUCATORS,”
MIKE RAYBURN WILL…

— Honor, appreciate and edify teachers for the amazing work they do.

— Reignite their passion for the new year.

— Create in them the “What IF? Mindset,” for possibility- thinking, for finding solutions, for harnessing their own unrealized potential as well as that of their students.

— Equip them with tools to inspire self-esteem, achievement, and possibility-thinking in themselves and their students.

— Ready them for their invaluable mission.

— Make them feel awesome!

“When we inspire teachers, they inspire students, and students change the world; I want to inspire teachers.”
– MIKE RAYBURN

A SPECIAL DISCOUNT

Rayburn wants to work with your budget if at all possible. He offers a special discount, particularly in August, just for educators and public servant events.

A SIMPLE PRODUCTION

Rayburn’s production is easy. Though we describe it in more detail here he basically needs three inputs into a decent sound system. Most school theaters, auditoriums, all-purpose rooms, even gymnasiums have all that is necessary. We will work with you.

A SPECIAL STORY

As you heard in the video, education is in Rayburn’s DNA. His father was a teacher and coach for 40 years, as is his brother, his sister, his niece, two sisters-in-law, a brother-in-law, and his mother was everything from cafeteria worker to school secretary.

Rayburn’s great, great, grandfather, William J Rayburn, in North Carolina immediately following the civil war actually broke the law by teaching both white and black children, believing every child deserves an education. (Cool, eh?).

Rayburn himself is a teacher, years ago as a public school substitute, and now as a keynote artist and Artist in Residence at High Point University.

Born of his passion for educators and public servants (there are also three firefighters in his family) Mike has developed a special version of his “What IF? Keynote Experience” just for in-service, educator conferences, and other public service events