10 Things You Didn’t Know about SOHO Speaker Jason Verners

Jason has been called “The Magician For The Millennial”. Born in the West Coast of Canada, Jason spent his childhood years mastering the art of sleight-of-hand and now at just 20 years-old, he has spent the past decade performing his magic all across North America.

Not only will you find Jason Verners performing his signature close-up magic throughout the conference, but he will also be hosting a roundtable discussion!

What is your favourite spot on Vancouver Island?

So many to choose! I grew up camping with my best friends every year at Loveland Bay Provincial Park near Campbell River. So many memories in that park.

Favourite new gadget/tool or app?

ManyChat- it’s absolutely incredible. Shoutout to The Digital Gal for showing me it at SMC!

Finish this sentence. Being a business owner is…

Rewarding, I have loved every step of the journey thus far.

What is your morning routine?

This is new territory for me, I am so used to working late nights and sleeping until noon everyday. Waking up earlier has taught me that there is so much you can do before the sun rises, but my morning always starts with me trying to become a rapper in the shower and rap over my spotify playlist.

Best business book you ever read?

Maximum Entertainment by Ken Weber


Podcasting! We just released a brand new one called “Magicians & Mojitos”, it’s with one of my best friends in magic: Dave Attwood.

What is your favourite quote?

“The secret to life is to enjoy the pleasure of being terribly, terribly deceived.” – Oscar Wilde (This was my grad quote!)

Best business advice ever received?

“Jason, you need to read Maximum Entertainment by Ken Weber” – Bobby Motta in 2015.

Your worst job ever?

OH MAN! When I was a little kid I made my mom help me deliver papers in 30 degree heat, it will forever be the worst job for both of us.

If you could be an animal, what would you be and why?

A dog, so I could chat with my dad’s dog named “Magic”, I always wonder what he is up to…

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