Type of Performer
keynote, emcee, comedy, variety, virtual
Comedy | Community | Creativity
"Your show is amazing! Highly entertaining, great energy, positive message, so so talented! Thank you for allowing me to host you!"
Greg is a keynote entertainer, combining comedy with magic, mind reading, juggling AND ideas about your company which everyone will relate to. Totally out of the ordinary, filled with laughs and audience participation…this is entertainment with impact for your special event. Whether a kickoff session, an awards banquet, or a keynote address: every single one of your audience members will be excited and energized by Greg’s presentation. Remember: keynote entertainer: a keynote speaker and entertainer all in one. Your people will be in awe, laughing and amazed.
Greg has performed in over TWENTY-FIVE countries over the last few decades. Even across language barriers audiences love him. Book him today for your event and he will get to work customizing a presentation just for you!
"We’ve worked with many speakers and entertainers, but never before has someone taken the time and energy you did to get to know our niche industry. It was so well-received - I’ve been fielding texts from members all evening. Everyone had a wonderful time and it was exactly what our audience needed. We can’t thank you enough and look forward to working with you again in the future — hopefully next time in person!"
Changing the World Without Having a Clue
Want to change the world but aren’t sure how? Learn how one line from the movie “Raiders of the Lost Ark” inspired a lifetime of creativity and action even amidst self-doubt. (Perfect for any group with a CSR focus, those wanting transformation, and colleges / universities)
Find Your Voice: Create a Speak Up Culture
Thirty years in punk rock has taught Greg a few things about using his voice to channel energy in positive directions. Your work, personal, and local communities need YOUR voice to thrive. Learn the benefits, and discover powerful new perspectives on teamwork. (Perfect for all organizations who truly value their people)
Don’t Be Afraid to Drop the Ball: What We Learn From Failure About Success
Greg is fascinated by gravity as a metaphor. The Seattle Times called him “A juggler of objects and concepts.” What do you learn about success from a path where the journey is filled with mistakes and failure? You learn focus and courage. Greg shows you the way. (Perfect for any group looking to enhance positive mental attitude among their team members)
Thoughts on Life, Death, and Everything in Between
Inspired by the work of Pulitzer Prize winner Ernest Becker, we want to be contributors to significant lives, expressing ourselves in ways that are meaningful. How can we do that, inspire others to do the same, and all without conflict arising? This is the presentation we need in an increasingly chaotic and violent world. (Perfect for teamwork, communication, and personal development events)
Living Radical Lives in Desperate Times
The creative revolutionary is willing to be vulnerable and take risks, exploring creativity and connection. The world needs this more than ever. Be that person. (Perfect for any group wanting to maximize effectiveness and actually drive individuals towards empowerment)
"Greg was the perfect keynote speaker to help us kickoff our fundraising campaign at our hybrid event! We wanted to inspire and bring our community closer together both in person and virtually and Greg delivered the inspiration, motivation and fun that we hoped for while specifically tailoring his message to our mission and goals. "
- Jaycie Wakefield, Development Director, United Way
"We’ve worked with many speakers and entertainers, but never before has someone taken the time and energy you did to get to know our niche industry. It was so well-received - I’ve been fielding texts from members all evening. Everyone had a wonderful time and it was exactly what our audience needed."
"A juggler and inspirational speaker: it’d be hard for anybody to balance such extremes, but Bennick seems to do it with grace."