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Motivational Speaker Finds She is Not Alone

Motivational speakers encourage audiences to make positive changes in their lives. But a big part of the equation is having flexibility, a willingness to change FROM THIS DAY FORWARD! The changes you make today will not exempt you from needing to make changes tomorrow. We live in an exciting time. BUT – to be able to take advantage of the opportunities that are cropping… Continue reading - Motivational Speaker Finds She is Not Alone >>

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Two Simple Words To Help You Get Business and Keep It

Overdeliver. This whole post may be summed up in those two words. But you recognize that as a jaw-boning motivational speaker, I cannot keep any conversation to two words. However, they are two golden words in terms of obtaining the business and retaining the client. Also it indicates exactly what you suspect it means: Deliver greater results.If you find yourself convinced that delivering “satisfactory” is
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Motivational Speakers – To Motivate Or Educate?

Motivational speakers have received an undesirable standing recently, regarded as gaudy suit wearing encouragement machines with excessively dayglow teeth, who get paid to do nothing but stand before us and inform us we’re able to do something that they haven’t yet discovered a way to do themselves. We’ve lost jobs as the event did not have adequate money still left in the event budget
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Motivational Speakers – Wanna Go Viral? Consider Humor

I’m a motivational speaker and an ardent supporter of Facebook, Twitter, Google +, and all things search engine . I enjoy social networking because it enables motivational speakers like me to be in touch with the many people I meet in life and in my business. And staying in touch implies staying in front of their mind, which generally results in speaking jobs… Continue reading - Motivational Speakers - Wanna Go Viral? Consider Humor >>

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Motivational Speakers – Don’t Just Tell ‘Em What To Do — Establish Rapport Instead

Instructing somebody to make a change doesn’t make them want to complete it – regardless how noticeably you gesticulate and change the pitch of your speech. Folks are commited when your link goes past being logical to getting emotional. A significant factor to making this happen is developing faith with you the motivational speaker and them the listener. Without trust, they will not be persuaded enough to pay attention to
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The Practice Of Inspiring People Starts With A Genuine Devotion For Your Listener

Dedication takes place anytime your urge to accomplish a specific thing turns emotional rather than rational. This will not ever occur until trustworthiness is achieved between the motivational public speaker and the listener. To be able to competently persuade individuals, these folks must trust in you. They need to fully grasp that you actually really care about them – instead of yourself. The

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Motivational Speakers – Do You Know When They’re Motivated?

There is a massive difference in being aware of what we must do and really being committed to do it. Being a motivational speaker, my role isn’t to instruct, it’s to propel individuals to act now with the training they’ve been provided. Training entails the conveying of facts. Sadly this action doesn’t guarantee that the audience pays attention, comprehends, makes concrete, and consequently applies… Continue reading - Motivational Speakers - Do You Know When They're Motivated? >>

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Never Fail Tales for Motivational Speakers

As motivational speakers,  our mandate is to impact our listeners. If we get it right, we’ve got remarkable power on the stage to persuade others to make a change, to accept our solutions, to understand our vision. Further , it causes us to be sales people. Like it or not, we’re promoting something – it just so happens that in our circumstance it isn’t a… Continue reading - Never Fail Tales for Motivational Speakers >>

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Stick Out From The Competition With Your Sales Presentation

Like selling wasn’t tough enough before now, we’re currently in an economic climate where lots more people are competing for your business and doing anything they need to do to get the business. Perhaps it was simple when the funds were flowing and you also only had one rival with a terrible toupee and affordable shoes. Nowadays you’ve got thirteen challengers, all promoting awesome products, in a world wide web… Continue reading - Stick Out From The Competition With Your Sales Presentation >>

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Your Presentation Is Your Product – Is It Truly Good Enough?

Being a motivational speaker, comedian, and speaking coach, I see presenters making the identical mistake repeatedly. They concentrate so much on marketing the product that they neglect the product. Being a public speaker your presentation is your product or service. The encounter is what you are offering – not the content. Assuming they simply wanted the material they’d purchase… Continue reading - Your Presentation Is Your Product - Is It Truly Good Enough? >>

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