Everything begins with a first step. If you want to learn juggling, analysis and planning is not enough. You have to let go and dare. Everything consists of single steps and only those who dare to face insecurity and uncertainty will succeed.
In his keynote Andy Gebhardt uses the world of juggling as a metaphor. He encourages his audience to get things started – not despite the uncertainty, but rather to learn from it and to change it into certainty. What today is unknown and uncertain will be the safety, we build on tomorrow.
With juggler’s boxes in his hands, he creates catchy visual worlds, invites his audience to laugh and be amazed. He encourages to get their things started, to learn and discover new things. Just have a look what his customers say about his speeches.