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Is there a subject that puts a bounce in your step, a sparkle in your eye, and a smile on your lips? Maybe you love helping people transform their bodies through exercise, or are fanatical about saving money. Whatever it is, you should consider becoming a Motivational Speaker so you can share that passion with others.
After all, motivation is all about finding ways to inspire people to become passionate about something. And what better way to do that than to pick a subject that invokes the passion in you. So, what is it?
As a Motivational Speaker you could inspire parents to be more patient, involved, or communicative. You could encourage employees to increase productivity or positivity in the workplace. Or, you could work with people who are trying to quit smoking, increase activity, lose weight, make life changes, or improve their marriage.
Of course, sharing motivation is just one part of the equation if you are a Motivational Speaker. Public speaking is the other. And that’s okay with you, because you’re in your element when you’re up on stage, watching the faces of your audience make the change from apprehension to enthusiasm.
When you’re not on stage, you’re promoting your message on a website or blog, and marketing your services to Business Owners and community members. You plan for your next workshop or seminar, and that includes booking dates and constantly updating your material. Regardless of your task for the day, your goal is to motivate your listeners by presenting an upbeat message that offers hope and a plan for the future.