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Motivational Speaker Discovers How to Finish First

So, you think good guys finish last? See what motivational speaker Kelly Swanson has to say on the subject:

http://motivational-speakers-review.com/2012/10/22/building-relationships/nice-guys-dont-finish-last

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Motivational Speaker Shares Power of Forgiveness

Forgiveness is not something that comes up in most conversations. However, motivational keynote speaker Kelly Swanson has made forgiveness one of the pillars of her method to “get out of life’s potholes”. On motivational-speakers-review.com Kelly shares a video of the  real life changes that come from forgiveness:

http://motivational-speakers-review.com/2012/09/28/building-relationships/forgiveness

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Annoying People Aren’t Always What They Seem

Motivational speaker Kelly Swanson writes an interesting article about her real life experience with an annoying person on a plane. Read the article on Motivational-Speakers-Review.com about this story’s surprising end… Continue reading - Annoying People Aren't Always What They Seem >>

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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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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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Turn Off Your Listeners In 30 Seconds Flat – Part 2

This is the Part 2 of a two part series on factors outside your stage performance that can affect the impact that you have on your audience. If you would like to catch up Turn Off Your Listeners In 30 Seconds Flat – Part 1

Breezing In Causes You To Appear To Be A… Continue reading - Turn Off Your Listeners In 30 Seconds Flat - Part 2 >>

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