Joe Mauriello is a motivational speaker, an inspirational speaker, a keynote speaker and a master of ceremonies. Joe has the ability to instantly engage your audience by delivering impactful talks in an entertaining and uplifting manner. Joe has mastered the ability to inspire, inform and entertain while skillfully relating to every audience.
Hi, my name is Joe Mauriello and I've given over 1,400 talks. I've presented talks at large expos, guest lectured at the Ohio State University and even appeared in a documentary. I'm an excellent speaker who is comfortable in front of any size crowd, entertaining, inspiring, and able to engage the emotions of your audience so that they talk about your event for days to come.
On top of that, I know the importance of keeping an event going forward. If problems occur (and when don't they?) I know how to keep things moving. If it is taking too long to set up the next act/speaker/performer I can keep audiences entertained until things are ready to proceed. I am someone that you can rely on to work with you to make it right.
I'm also able to give improvised talks. I trained myself to give a talk without preparation, I even went so far as to have someone give me two disparate subjects that were not too technically specific and then I wove them together into one talk. (And just to make it more challenging, I had the person give me the subjects just as I was about to step up and give the talk.) So, if someone doesn't show up or can't perform I can immediately step in to fill the gap.
I have given talks on a wide variety of topics from religion, to politics, to motivation, to inspiration, to patriotic themes, to history, to…well most anything. Here's a sampling of talks that I've given. I can easily give any one of these talks or tailor a talk specifically for your event.
Lessons Learned Overcoming Death
By the age of five I was dealing with life-threatening asthma. My asthma attacks were so severe that I spent many nights feeling my extremities grow numb as my body fought to preserve the major organs. There are few things scarier than lying awake late at night feeling yourself dying, especially when you're only five. In order to survive, I had to quickly learn some important lessons and I want to share these lessons with your audience.
* It is vitally important to stay calm when going through a crisis
* Learn to focus on solutions, not problems
* Humor has the power to heal
* Prayer can work miracles
* Connecting with others gives you the strength to thrive
A Debt We can Never Repay
The Fourth of July. Memorial Day. Christmas. These are times when most people remember our military and the debt that we owe them. But what about the rest of the time? We owe so much to those who serve I uniform and I will rouse your audience's patriotic spirits as we celebrate our brave men and women of the armed services.
1.America's Birth: From the War of Independence to the Declaration of Independence American heroes fought and struggled to create our nation. By honoring them, we honor what they stood for and remind ourselves that it was ordinary people who stood up and created a new nation.
2.Great American Patriots: When you think of American Patriots names such as George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, Samuel Adams, Thomas Paine and Alexander Hamilton come to mind. But what about Bob Hope, Clara Barton, Frederick Douglass, Joe Foss, Martha Raye and Wayne Newton?
3.Rugged Individualism: The American concept of rugged individualism is the belief that all values, rights, and duties originate in individuals. Is American unique in this attitude? Is it still alive and well in America? And what can it teach us about creating a better community, country and world?
4.Honoring America's Heroes: Do you know who Jacob Parrott is? How about John F. Mackie, Douglas Munro or Chaplain Emil J. Kapaun? Each is a recipient of the Medal of Honor and people that we need to remember and honor as well as those who received the Distinguished Service Crosses, Silver Star, Distinguished Flying Cross, Bronze Star and all our other heroes who served in uniform.
Why People Become Ghosts
This is a talk that is perfect for Halloween or any time that you want explore the haunted side of life as we take an illuminating journey into the minds of ghosts revealing why one person becomes a ghost, trapped in an agonizing life, and another person doesn't. In this talk, I explore the 10 psychological reasons that people become ghosts and what you can do to help them.
1.Fear that there is an Afterlife
2.Fear of Hell
3.Refusing to Accept Death
9.A Different Drummer
10.Going Along with the Crowd