Aug 13, 2020
In this episode, I speak with Entertainer, Mike Duseberg about the importance of creating connections through shared experiences. We discuss the significance of entertainment as it relates to corporate events, in both Live/Live and Virtual/Live, how great entertainers are able to “not cross the line,” and the evolution of everyone’s home studios.
An article by Mike we didn’t talk about on-air, but I thought was interesting and relevant:
Moonfish Production, Ltd.
Episode 19 By the Numbers:
00:00 | Terri Walters
Meet Mike Duseberg: Entertainer, Magician, Mind-Reader, Marketer and all-around nice guy!
02:36 | Mike Duseberg
The magic of connecting people, building relationships and creating networking opportunities through entertainment and engagement.
03:30 | Mike Duseberg
Falling into magic – seeing the future at a very young age.
08:12 | Terri Walters / Mike Duseberg
Doing virtual magic in a COVID world – challenges and opportunities.
10:32 | Terri Walters / Mike Duseberg
Defining the purpose of “Entertainment”– to command attention and transport the mind elsewhere – and how it applies to any speaker who needs to deliver a message on stage.
14:10 | Terri Walters / Mike Duseberg
Is “Entertainment” really necessary? Entertaining and engaging audiences, virtually – building connections and common ground to create memorable experiences.
17:23 | Terri Walters / Mike Duseberg
Working with corporate insiders to deliver the right sale & marketing messages for the client.
23:47 | Terri Walters / Mike Duseberg
Is FUN “taboo” these days? How do we get back to having some normalcy, and human connectivity, in our lives? How does “fun” feed into creativity and help corporations grow?
27:39 | Terri Walters / Mike Duseberg
Walking the entertainment line … how do we talk to each other, without offense, in a world that many might consider hyper-sensitive?
29:30 | Terri Walters / Mike Duseberg
Tech talk – what works? Taking baby steps, building home studios and learning when and how to jump into the virtual work world.