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Presenting & Training With Magic : 53 Simple Magic Tricks You Can Use to Energize Any Audience Paperback – November 1, 1997
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"This is the most honest, motivating, and reaable book I've seen on the use of magic as a presentation and training tool. A "must read" for anyone wanting to put a sparkle in their presentation and make memorable points stick."-Harvey Robbins, co-author of the award-winning Why Teams Don't Work. "Ed Rose has taken the mystery and fear out of magic and developed a trainer-friendly bag of tricks that are both fun and produce solid learning outcomes."-Glenn Parker, Author of Team Players and Teamwork. "Shows you step-by-step how your key points will be remembered if you present them in unforgettable ways."-Mel Silberman, author of the popular McGraw-Hill Team and Training Sourcebook Series. Make audiences sit up and smile, and remember your message. Use secrets from the world of magic to "jazz up" your presentations and reinforce your main points. These imaginative, field-tested magic tricks will work for anyone wanting to impart a memorable message-including trainers, speakers, teachers, coaches and salespeople. Learn how to: give your meetings an exciting start; use clever dialogue with your tricks to drive home the theme of your presentation; be a more effective presenter or trainer.
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Ed Rose has put together an easy to understand book that teaches magic and, more importantly, how to use magic to illustrate the content you are trying to teach.
The magic he teaches is simple and easy to perform even if you have no experience with magic. If you are a competent amateur or professional magician, the magic is not new or impressive. But, do not pass this book by for that reason.
The real benefit of this book is how Ed uses magic to teach Human Resources topics. Any teacher who reads this book, and applies the general principles that Ed demonstrates to their subject matter will have a much more dynamic and engaging classroom presentation!
Thumbs up to Ed for making a seeminging mysterious process and technique available to the average trainer, speaker and educator. There are many other wonderful books that also provide creative strategies similar to the ones in this book. The Creative Training Idea Book;Creative Learning: Activities and Games That REALLY Engage People (Essential Tools Resource)