Thursday, November 06, 2014

Thought Leadership with Mitchell Levy and Michael Procopio, Episode 47: November 6, 2014

Thought Leadership with Mitchell and Michael

Our guest this week was Jon Petz (@JonPetz).

Jon Petz, founder of Bore No More, is an engagement expert, motivational keynote speaker, corporate magician, master of ceremonies and author.

Jon and his newest book “Boring Meetings Suck” (Wiley 2011) has been featured by CBS News, ABC News, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, SUCCESS Magazine, The New York Post, and CNBC along with many others and was named an INC Magazine top ten business book in January of 2012.

Jon PetzJon has the ability to instantly engage your audience, reengage them after breaks or lunch, and then perfectly sum up your message so the audience remembers the key points. Jon delivers impactful messages as a high energy and funny engagement expert.

Jon is an engagement expert, motivational keynote speaker, corporate magician and master of ceremonies because he delivers unmatchable energy along with a unique ability to creatively combine a business or inspirational message with an entertaining twist.

Jon keeps the audience directly in touch with the content while they’re enjoying the process. Quite simply, as a professional speaker, he has mastered the ability to inspire, inform and entertain while skillfully relating to every audience.

Jon is former corporate executive and named one of the top 40 business professionals under the age of 40 by Business Journals Newspapers. As a comedy magician, he has performed around the world and opened for groups from the American Idol Tour to Rascal Flatts and appeared on multiple television programs. In 2008 he also was awarded the “CV Perry Advocate for Children Award” for his ongoing efforts, and fundraising for children with life threatening illnesses through his “Miracles & Magic” program.

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You can connect with Mitchell at MitchellLevy.com, @HappyAbout on Twitter, or join his Thought Leadership Best Practices Group on LinkedIn; and with Michael at MProcopio.com, on Twitter: @MichaelProcopio; or LinkedIn: LinkedIn.com/in/MichaelProcopio.

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Posted by Michael Procopio on 11/06 at 06:13 PM
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