Do you have what it takes to speak in public? If you have confidence and the ability to engage an audience, there’s plenty of scope to earn a livelihood from your speaking skills.
Do you hate it when things don’t go the way you planned? Does it frustrate you when things don’t go as expected?
You just hired a motivational speaker. First impressions are critical. After all, you only get one chance to make a first impression. This is especially true when new teams are formed. This first meeting forms impression of the team, individuals, leaders, and your goals and is imperative to the new teams' success.
The number of distractions that an audience faces during an event is limitless. A mobile phone alone can keep buzzing with email notifications and text messages to break one’s attention. Only a smart motivational speaker will still be able to hold the attention of his audience and get his point across.
In November 2014, I am a motivational speaker for Government finance officers in Biloxi Mississippi. Over 450 government finance professionals will attend the event from across the state of mississippi.
In October, I am a motivational speaker for a couple of large governor's tourism conferences.
I am a motivational speaker at over 15 Women's conferences per year. I have seen some really well planned, exceptional events for women and some really unfortunate ones too.
Last week I spoke at a large insurance summit (about 800 people). Near the end of my talk, a student held up a flash card indicating I had 10 minutes left. From the stage I couldn't read the card, however I could tell by his waving it around in the air- the message was for me.