Most meeting planners ask for a motivational speaker video before hiring a professional speaker.
Millennials and Gen Z represent an increasingly significant part of the workplace today. This tech-savvy group often bypasses live events in favor of online networking and learning. Not surprisingly, meeting professionals have seen number drop as baby boomers retire and millennials take their place at work.
It's harder to motivate this group to attend live events. This blog is intended to counter these issues and stop the attrition of younger professionals.Read More
On March 28, 2019, I am a motivational speaker for the North Carolina Association of School Administrators. The event, held at the Hilton North Raleigh/Midtown, will bring in over 300 school superintendents, administrators, HR, support staff and principals.Read More
If you want to engage audience members and create lasting content, hire an interactive keynote speaker.
Many speakers have a message, and they use a one-way presentation style to communicate it. People learn in three distinct ways, Visual, Auditory and Kinesthetic. Speaking without any interaction engages the auditory learners who may be less than a third of your audience.Read More
March 1-2, 2019, hosts the Indiana State Good Teaching Conference. Upwards of 300 teachers, students and staff will attend this event, held at the Noblesville Parks & Recreation Annex in Indianapolis.
I will be the opening funny motivational speakers on March 2, 2019. The teachers association specifically hired me to help teachers lighten up and reinforce the power of humor, play and laughter to help maintain sanity. Teaching is a challenging profession right now. In Indianapolis, like many states, teachers have seen pay cuts over the last decade. Some of them making much less money than they did when they first started their career.Read More
Today speakers need to work harder to keep audiences engaged. Thanks to online influences and increased digital interaction, attention spans are lower than ever.Read More
People come in all shapes and sizes and varying degrees of complexity. It's this complexity that makes it hard to navigate human relationships.Read More