Can you TRUST a MAGICIAN?
In one word – YES!
I’ve performed (magic) at many events, both corporate and private parties and inevitably someone cracks a joke about their wallet missing. I assure you, I’ve never taken some ones wallet, either in a performance or in public. However because of a stereotype, I and fellow illusionists often get typecast as THIEVES.
On the contrary, magicians are of the most honest of people. They tell you they are about to fool you, and then they follow through and attempt to do exactly that. And most are SUCCESSFUL. It’s been said that there really is no “magician”, but actually an actor — playing the part — of a magician.
I have a friend who’s name is David Stahl, and I’ve known him since I was 5 years of age. I trust him and he trusts me. Because he knows that I pride myself in being on time for appointments, returning phone calls and emails and doing what I say I am going to do he TRUSTS me. And Dave knows this about me. I can be depended on to deliver on what I say.
I have another friend also named David… David Horsager. David speaks specifically on TRUST. David’s signature speech and book, The Trust Edge, have inspired leaders and motivated teams toward greater results on four continents and across the U.S. Here is a link to his website: http://www.DavidHorsager.com/
Trust is a key element of any relationship, whether it is between a co-worker, an employee and employer, an Event Planner and an Entertainer, or a friend or spouse. I encourage you to pick up a copy of David’s book TODAY!
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