By Zane Clark
Max Major—a world-renowned mentalist living in Washington, D.C.—will deliver the 2017 SEMA Show Education Days opening keynote, Monday, October 30, from 8:30 a.m.–9:30 a.m., in Las Vegas Convention Center, Room N258. Major believes that anyone can learn to be a better communicator through a basic understanding of body language and non-verbals. He will use a combination of body language, psychology and hypnosis to teach SEMA Show attendees how to read clients and colleagues like magic. He will entertain and inform with a mixture of mind-reading demonstrations, paired with real-world takeaways that attendees can put into practice immediately.
Major’s performances, which combine magic, mentalism and hypnosis, are featured at corporate events across the country. In addition to his studies as a magician, Major relies heavily on his skills at reading body language, which he has honed over the course of 2,000 live shows. His clients include Facebook, Microsoft, Deloitte, CSX, Costco, Lockheed Martin, Booz Allen and a command performance at the residence of Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder.
In the last five years, he has been called before two Department of Defense agencies to demonstrate his innovative techniques.
Register now for the SEMA Show opening keynote.