My Speeches

To book Jeff Ma for a speech or appearance please contact Jeff at jeffmaspeeches@gmail.com

Jeffrey Ma’s Speech Topic(s)

  • The $100,000 Lesson: Business Lessons from the World of Blackjack
    How one deals with losing tells a lot about the person. Losing tests our confidence, our conviction, our ability to deal with future risk and more importantly our character. The real story and real lessons of 21 come from the adversity faced on the blackjack table. Sharing the story of losing $100,000 in two hands of blackjack, Ma reveals how he recovered his confidence through teamwork, trust, creativity, and goal-setting. “The $100,000 Lesson” is about more than winning and losing: it is about learning how to fight obstacles in order to create the best team possible.
  • 21 and Other Numbers That Changed My Life: Harnessing the Power of Analytics to Improve Your Business
    Drawing from his unique personal experiences, from the blackjack table to consulting professional sports teams, Ma talks about innovative metrics in a way that will make you reevaluate how your group accesses talent, finds undervalued assets, and measure the true worth of your business. By eschewing emotion and honing in on hard facts and results, Ma has helped usher in what Newsweek calls “a new age of numbers in corporate America.”
  • Playing the Hand You’re Dealt: The Man Behind 21 on Finding the Path to Your Future
    While still an undergrad, Jeffrey Ma went to Vegas and walked away with millions. His message of finding–and then using–your intrinsic talents (in this case mathematical acumen), whatever they may be, to forge your way in your post-college world, has inspired campus audience across the country. He shows you that there is no one path to success. Beyond blackjack, Ma has applied that rigor and skill set to carve out a career in his true passion–sports. Ma has followed his dream and now works in a field where his skills have married with his interests and that tale has inspired crowds across the country.

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