Panama City Motivational Speaker - Gani

Panama City Beach, FL

About Panama City Motivational Speaker - Gani

Providing unique Panama City Beach motivational entertainment for your next corporate event. Giani combines strolling or stage hypnosis, magic and mentalism performances like no other! Speaking at events across the country in 2022! BIO: Education: Undergraduate and Advanced Degrees Worked at NSA (National Security Agency) 2016-2021 Cancer Survivor Educator, Boerne, and San Antonio, Texas Independent School Districts (2021-) Military: Air Force veteran (Environmental Medicine and Engineering) Occupational Disease Control Certified Hypnotist Published several articles (see the newest article on racism here) "Beside the Launch Pad" Eyewitness to the Space Shuttle Challenger 51L Disaster available on Amazon (Best Seller in Astronomy, moving ahead of Carl Sagan’s: Billions and Billions) Newest book: "Magician to Speaker," Giani's journey from birthday parties to national speaker "How to Motivate Your Employees Without Being a Mentalist," released in October 2019 Next book release in fall is "Running from the Cops-Experiencing Zero Time" (See Program on New Corporate Method to Manage Time) 25 years as a San Antonio Police CSI, Missing Persons Detective, and Patrol Supervisor - supervising major crime scenes Crisis Intervention certified Corporation and Mental Health consultant Improv Theatre Appeared in television miniseries "Space." Survivor of a magnitude 7.7 earthquake Largest audience to date: 2400 (Austin, Texas - 2012) Standouts: 24 marathons and six ultramarathons (motivational and applied to life). Multiple Television Appearances Selected (via private producer invitation) one of only six total magic acts out of 17,000 applicants to be featured on Season 7 of America's Got Talent-Las Vegas. One of the first mentalists to appear on the show. Performed at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas
  • Special Features: Best Selling "Book Beside the Launch Pad:" “Let’s face it; space is a risky business. I always considered every launch a barely controlled explosion.” — Aaron Cohen, NASA. Giani's story of working at KSC during the launch of the Space Shuttle Challenger