your people will know that the impossible … is possible.
ANOTHER THREE MINUTES…
they’re completely engaged with Rayburn’s innovative interface of guitar, comedy, and message.
BY THE END…
your teams will have a bold, new, “What IF?” mindset for possibility thinking and Virtuoso performance.
(Oh, and they’ll laugh so hard it hurts!)
A two-time TED Presenter and international Hall of Fame speaker, Rayburn uses world class guitar skills and hilarious, clean, music-based comedy to teach your teams the three tools which took him from playing for seven people in a bar in Virginia … to Carnegie Hall.
“The What IF Keynote Experience will ignite your teams to…
- Create change, rather than manage change
- Think in terms of possibilities, not scarcity
- Discover the opportunities they’re currently missing
- See all their success as a launching pad for what’s next
- Harness their uniqueness as their competitive edge
- Shape what’s next for the greatest possible good
- Act from their sense of purpose in all they do
- Attract success, rather than pursue it
Rayburn’s message is spot on for creating abundance and profitability.
Content is critical. However, content doesn’t change people; what changes people is the experience, and that is Rayburn’s true expertise.
Rayburn surprises a lucky attendee in every audience with a guitar. (But, shh … it’s a surprise!)
Mike’s ‘‘What IF?” mantra becomes like a great song hook that plays over and over. You’ll hear it repeated throughout the conference and beyond. That’s the sound of the message taking hold … and this song hook can change your business and your life.
There is no one who does what Rayburn does.
Your teams and organization will learn…
- Three simple, powerful, tools tapping into their unrealized potential for abundance and profitability through innovation.
- The most powerful motivational force on this planet. (Hint… it is not power, money, sex or fame).
- The most basic human brain function and how to use it for positive change.
- That “managing change” is not only stupid, it’s dangerous; the only way to manage change is to create change
- To stop running from their uniqueness and begin to harness it as their competitive edge.
- How to set and achieve bold goals where you don’t start with what’s possible, start with what’s cool, what’s right.
- The power of your sense of purpose and how to draw on it to effect exponential change.
- A simple10-minute exercise which will show you how to become a life and career virtuoso.
- Entertainment on a level which has sold out Carnegie Hall.