The Philosophy of Motivational Speaker
This is my philosophy...
"To fill the unforgiving minute with 60 seconds worth of distance run." Kipling
wrote it. I believe it. When I use an audience's time, I take the single most precious
resource they have and one that is non-renewable. They must walk away feeling the
time was more-than-well spent.
I try and live in the world of my client, speak their language, understand their
anxieties and their hopes. Everything is contextual. With that as a key-underpinning,
my programs all serve to leave people thinking about the possibilities and power
they hold inside: power to lead, power to design a life of their choosing, power
to recognize the possibilities for a higher level of human interaction, and power
to ultimately believe that their presence on this earth makes a difference.
I believe in the wisdom of my audience and that my job is to help them reconnect
with that wisdom. By using humor, fun, meaningful interaction, up-to-the-minute
ideas derived from current business, and by being a solid storyteller and actor
of the human experiences we all share, people discover their own wisdom.
No program is ever quite the same because no audience is the same. The value is
that everyone in the audience will walk away with not only having heard the words
but knowing what to do with the words through my actions, my caring and follow-through.
It's my commitment.
Besides, it's the only way I know how to do business.
"Strong intro; grabbed attention and kept it! Spoke directly to the crowd and was funny. Great ending. Keynote to leave us powerful, confident and excited to take all that we learned back to our communities. Loved it!!"
— Choices Conference Attendee
"Fun-interactive-high energy-lots of good examples-real situations/examples."
- Choices Conference Attendee
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