When looking for a motivational speaker Uri Geller is an international first choice and an authority on communication and motivation and was voted Motivational Speaker of the Year by the Young Presidents Organisation.
Whether it is as a motivational after dinner speaker, addressing a shop floor audience or offering a unique service to your sales team, Uri Geller is the Master of Motivation.
Throughout his career he has advised corporates, royalty, celebrity and academia. He has the ability to inspire, challenge and amaze and has 40 years of media and public appearances behind him.
Uri has written several best selling books on how to use positive mindpower to help achieve everyday goals.
This combined experience means that he is highly accomplished at addressing and captivating his audiences.
Uri is the world´s most investigated and celebrated paranormalist. Famous around the globe for his mind-bending psychic powers, he has led a unique life shrouded in debate, controversy and mystery. He is also related to Sigmund Freud.
He was studied by scientists who worked with Albert EinsteIn and the world´s most prestigious scientific magazine, Nature, published a paper on Uri´s work at the Stanford Research Institute in the U.S.A - a unique endorsement, and an irrefutable proof that his powers are genuine. His work with the FBI and the CIA has ranged from
using MindPower to erase KGB computer files and track serial killers, to attend nuclear disarmament negotiations to bombard and influence delegates with positive thought waves so that they would sign the Nuclear Arms Reduction Treaty. Uri also spoke for a group of US Senators and National Security Executives in the high-security
room in the Capitol Building in Washington. For decades this aspect of his career was too confidential and controversial to discuss.
Uri has lectured to the directors and CEOs of large multinational companies such as Novartis, Mizuno, Sony, Rolls Royce, PriceWaterhouseCoopers, Hallmark and many more. He was also recently invited as a speaker to the 2004 World Economic Forum at Davos, Switzerland, along with such dignitaries as Bill Clinton, Dick Cheney and Steve Forbes.
A vegetarian and fervent promoter of peace, Uri has used his gifts to successfully detect oil and precious metals. This has provided him the freedom to help others. He is the motivational MindPower coach to Premier League footballers, industrialists, Formula One drivers ice skaters for the Olympics, boxers and racing cyclists. Uri cycles 15 miles daily on his exercise bike.
Uri is mentioned in at least 1,250 different books.
Uri´s artistic skills began during his early childhood. A ´pupil´ of Salvador Dali, whom he knew well, Uri´s drawings, paintings and artworks have been exhibited in major galleries and museums in the U.S.A., Europe, Japan and Israel. His pottery, crystals, glass and natural rock crystal jewellery creations are in great demand
worldwide. Uri´s drawings ARE featured on both Belinda Carlisle´s and Michael Jackson´s latest albums. Uri Geller has designed the logo of the most successful boy band in the world ever N*SYNC.
He has led an absolutely fascinating life during which time he has met great artists such as Andy Warhol, Picasso, Peter Max and John Lennon, whom he befriended.
Uri´s tireless dedication to charitable work led to his appointment as the Honorary Vice-President of the Royal Hospital for Children in Bristol and of the Royal Berkshire Hospital, close to his Thames-side mansion. Uri is a patron of Climb For Tibet together with the Dalai Lama. On numerous occasions, he has given awards on behalf of His Royal Highness Prince Philip - The Duke of Edinburgh at Buckingham Palace and St. James Palace and lectured at the United Nations for international delegates. He is the father of a twenty-two year old daughter and a twenty-three year-old son, the owner of three dogs and the author of fifteen best-sellers, including the novels Ella
(which is being turned into a major motion picture) and Dead Cold, the latter having been listed as a contender for the Golden Dagger Award by The Times in the U.K.