Brian Miller – Youth

How to Magically Connect with Anyone: Being Human in a Virtual World

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How to Magically Connect with Anyone is an interactive program designed to teach teens how to communicate effectively and make meaningful connections in a virtual world.

School and life is going to be different for a while. As the saying goes, whether you think it’s good or bad, you’re right.

Human connection specialist Brian Miller is a former magician turned author, international speaker, and podcast host. His book Three New People was praised by Publishers Weekly for “brilliantly outlining a system for deepening relationships.” 

And his TEDx talk “How to Magically Connect with Anyone” has been viewed over 3 million times worldwide. It was named one of “5 TED Talks to Watch Before an Interview” by Kaplan Test Prep.

Engaging and practical, Brian’s programs teach students how to make the most of their daily interactions by doing little things that ripple, using a combination of magic, storytelling, and interactive exercises. Your students have never experienced anything like this, and they’ll never forget it.

Leveraging masterful storytelling, interactive magic, and innovative virtual breakout rooms, Brian will lead your students through a series of engaging and practical exercises in human connection, designed specifically for the virtual world.

Outcome: An entire generation of young people is being left behind, but it doesn’t have to be yours. This program will give your students the practical tools, daily practices, and interpersonal skills required to thrive in the virtual world and beyond.

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“Brian [Miller] was a huge hit at the conference. We were thrilled with his speech, the students loved him, and the theme of 3 new people was very easy to carry out for the rest of the conference.”

— Lasell College