Day in the life of a Youth Motivational Speaker

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Posted by on May 22, 2017

Hey there,

I am often asked what a typical day looks like. Even my friends and family regard what I do with a kind of mystery around it.

They say, “Brian: you are a magician, comedian, musician, and motivational speaker. What does that even mean?!”

To answer that question, I started a vlog (video blog) on YouTube this past October 2016. The idea was to showcase a behind-the-scenes look at being a successful but non-famous traveling entertainer and motivational speaker.

In this video, I take you with me to deliver the keynote address for the BBYO Connecticut Valley Region’s final conference of the year. The BBYO is an international Jewish teen leadership organization, and they are pluralistic, which means that anybody can join (you don’t have to be Jewish). Check out it out here:

If you are not already familiar with my work as a youth motivational speaker, a great place to start is the Overview page of this site. Then head to the TEDx Talk for an in-depth look at my core message.

It would be an honor to speak with your students at an upcoming event. I have delivered and adapted my message to middle schools, high schools, and college campuses. It’s perfect for beginning of the year fall assembly programs, to encourage students to think about their relationships over the course of the school year. Equally perfect in the spring for graduating seniors heading either to college or into the “real world.”

Contact me directly to discuss your event.

Consider subscribing to my YouTube channel to follow me on tour as I share my message and magic with audiences of all ages, all over the world.

With love,

Brian

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Brian Miller is a Connecticut youth motivational speaker who travels the country sharing his message and magic with high school and college students . His TEDx talk "How to Magically Connect with Anyone" is one of the most popular in history.
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