If you’ve ever seen anything that Chris Funk has ever done (which you probably have) you know how special what he does is.

His performance and effects are like no other. His presentations are unique. They’re about himself, his past, interests and the things around him. He’s not afraid to add dynamics to the show that other people don’t: Personal stories, live music, and major theatrics.

Chris funk is the master of makign a show that is reflective of himself

That’s exactly what we spoke to him about in this weeks episode.

When we came at the episode we were asking about how to craft a show and looking for tactics, but Chris made the truth clear. Have an amazing show, and everything else will fall into place.

It seemed like every single question was answered with the same idea. Making sure that you’re show is made out of things that relate to you, describe you, and help you share your ideas. Otherwise there is no way to stand out.

If you don’t know what I mean by stand out here are some of the videos that Chris Funk has starred in on TV (and now youtube)

It was great because we received not only the much needed motivation to make your shows about ourselves but that he also gave us the advice about how to do that!

It seems like some of the things that are at the root of all of this is scripting, effect selection, transitions, mindful marketing, originality of performance and thoughtfulness.

I shall close this article with the same as the close the episode

“Magic is the only talent you can buy” – Steve Martin

Let’s prove him wrong shall we?

As always I would love to know what you think about the episode, and share in the comments below!

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