About: Frank Miles | Comedic Motivation
A professional variety comedian with numerous television and Las Vegas credits, Frank Miles died in a hang gliding accident and was revived by emergency room doctors. True courage – he came to realize – is not facing death in daredevil pursuits. True courage is facing life every day.
After a full recovery, Frank Miles left one successful career and embarked on another. Using comic monologues, juggling, music, and magic, he brought to life simple ideas that help shatter the self imposed limits of fear. The response has been tremendous. Frank Miles is now a sought after motivational speaker and live entertainer, and his keynote presentation “Laugh at Fear!” has been honored with laughter and standing ovations from crowds as large as 15,000 people.
Frank Miles’ off-the-wall, hilarious, refreshing, and absolutely unique presentation focuses on helping people address the issues of change, fear, stress, and achieving goals. Frank Miles uses his many talents – magic, juggling, unicycling, acrobatics, music, and even fire eating – to deliver a wildly entertaining and powerful keynote presentation.
With audience volunteers and non-stop variety he illustrates a simple approach to clobbering fear – the number one obstacle to success.
A comedy juggler, stand-up comedian, comedy magician, and composer of humorous songs who uses his act to teach people that they can overcome their deepest fears and accomplish anything they really want, most people just call Frank Miles… funny!
The show bounces from insightful stand-up comedy, to juggling fire on a giant unicycle, to performing the world’s only ping-pong spitting ballet.
“Laugh at Fear” is Frank Miles’ offbeat, funny response to his near-death experience and long road to recovery. He demonstrates ways to confront issues of change and accompanying stress, while reminding audiences of what is really important in life, and puts them on the road to achieving their goals.
Frank Miles’ television credits include The Larry Sanders Show with Garry Shandling, Caroline’s Comedy Hour with Richard Jeni, Evening at the Improv, MTV Half Hour Comedy Hour, Comic Strip Live, and the Jerry Lewis Labor Day Telethon. Most recently Frank brought his upbeat attitude to an audition for America ’s Got Talent.
“For me, just getting up on a stage before a TV audience of ten or fifteen million people is a triumph. I was the guy who was willing to settle for less. Now I get the chance to show a huge audience that no one can stop you from dreaming and taking a chance on that dream. No one but you.”
As an inspirational speaker, Frank Miles has a great message for your audience. “There are things you can control in life, and things you can’t. It’s like the knives and half-million volt stun-guns I juggle onstage.
All I can do is apply myself to the handle. But when I do that, the other end takes care of itself. Keep your eye on the handle of your actions, your choices, your dreams too. The rest of life works itself out. You’ll see for yourself if you’re willing enough to give it a real chance. I did.”
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This off-the-wall, hilarious, refreshing, and absolutely unique presentation focuses on helping people address the issues of change, fear, stress, and achieving goals. Frank Miles uses his many talents (magic, juggling, unicycling, acrobatics, music, and even fire eating) to deliver a wildly entertaining and powerful keynote presentation. With audience volunteers and non-stop variety he illustrates a simple approach to clobbering fear – the #1 obstacle to success.
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