How To Be A Motivational Speaker? Brent Byrne

Business entities are often in need of a good motivational speaker to help them strategize about the company’s issues, inspire the employees to work harder and aim for the success in the future, and to rally the employees into one goal and objective. Many people these days think that a motivational speaker is just new age nonsense. It is true that most of these speakers do not really offer anything of value, but there are speakers who can really inspire the audience. They are not just about to stand behind a podium and talk nonstop in front of a huge crowd. They are hired to share inspirational stories and get their listeners to move, figuratively or literally.

With the right tool and motivational magic, these speakers really make a great impact on one’s life. They would not only show how to make a change, but they should also teach on how to do it well. It is true that we can just find inspirational stories online; we can search for it and read them at the comfort of our home. However, listening to a story from another human being who has actually been through a challenging experience can be more effective, so much so that it can drive the audience to action.

Successful SpeakersA responsible motivational speaker allots time to research about the industry or the entity he is dedicating the speech to. After knowing their background and the issue he needs to tackle, he must plan for a technique on how to make that “moment” with the audience to capture their attention and establish a connection. He can make use of tools such as videos, images, and graphs. Of course, what really counts is the content of his speech.

Here are some ways on how to become a motivational speaker and on how to be an effective one:

1. Choosing the topic for the speech. After knowing your audience and the problems they are facing, talk about how they can overcome these and what change they need to solve the problem. You should come up with a real story of success, happiness and fulfillment. Nothing is really prohibited so long as it inspires the audience around you.

2. Be consistent. Keep your thoughts and messages relevant to each other. You do not want to talk about how to pay for the bills if the problem is out of that topic. Give them the reason to take an action to change for the better.

3. Study the topic you will deliver for the event. Your audiences expect so much about you and you do not want them to be disappointed. You should read, study, and analyze the situation you will be dealing about. A good motivational speaker is always ready and consistent.

4. Learn more and improve yourself. Enroll in your community’s colleges or universities that short-time offer courses about public speaking. You could also record yourself while doing your speech. This will give you an opportunity to point out good and bad things you do.

5. Make a name. Famous motivational speakers also came from the bottom. As that of what businesses do, make a marketing strategy of your own. Advertise your speeches or offer free talk to an occasion and eventually build your brand in the industry.

A good motivational speaker is someone who is really confident to change and persuade people to the great side of life. But a better speaker is someone who does not only speak about life’s greatest rewards but also teaches people how to get there. They are here not only to inspire people but also to make them realize why change is for the better.

Motivational speakers are surely understood specialists for their diverting, modified and look into driven projects. Having a constructive outcome through open talking is the primary reason for the motivational speaker.

How To Be A Motivational Speaker?

Which gives you more fame and profit as a collector, custom pins or trading pins? Avery Marino

Concerning the question of fame, which method of collecting pins could give you reputation? Would it be to make custom pins which you can run a business out of it? Or is it trading pins which you can do just by simply selling, buying or exchanging pins without further things to consider? No matter what you choose, you get to gain reputation in doing these two. But let it be first examined upon the differences and the perks of these two methods.

custom pinsCustom pins can be as troublesome as it could be. That is because you have to consider a lot of thing, a flexible amount of time and lots of managing to do after. Managing custom pins means business. First, you create pins in the easiest and fast way of doing them. This might sound easy, but the hard part is to gather them all and to name the price of each pin you make. What is harder is that you need to examine the parameters of your business – whom to sell, where to sell, and how much to profit. Making custom pins allows you to be more practical. Custom pins require less resources and time to make pins as many as you can. In less than an hour, it is possible to make many pins already, especially when the pin is silk-screened only. And you can also profit by setting high price on every pin you make. Your creation should be justified by the price. And so to make it value really high, put the most of your effort to beautify every creation.

Trading pins on the other hand is far easier than making custom pins. It only requires connections and lots of pins you collect. The secret to gain fame by merely trading is to have connections with notable people who already have reputation in the world of trading pins. And the best way to do this is to join and participate pin-trading events or organizations wherein the members primarily focus its goals on trading pins. Here, you do not need to handle a business to profit with you collection of pins. You only need to befriend similar pin traders, converse with them and negotiate with them. However, the chances are very risky and you might end up losing your collection. But with right strategy of negotiation, fame and profit is guaranteed for you.

Trading PinsNow back to the question, “which gives you more fame and profit, custom pins or a trading pin?” the answer is custom pins. However, the better answer is actually BOTH of them. This is possible only if you make your pins and, at the same time, join pin-trading organizations. But why still join them? This is in order to promote your business of custom pins to other similar pin collectors. They might find some quality pins and try to negotiate with you. You get to profit and be famous by making and trading pins faster and more efficient.

There are other benefits in doing both, to be specific: Imagine yourself, creating and designing your own personalized custom pins with ease. And you can name its price according to your judgment, and sell them to people with reputation in the world of pin collections. Imagine that they get to display your finest works and you get to be famous among other members of your pin collector’s organization. And what you are only doing is summarized in four steps: making, buying, selling, exchanging. All you need to prepare is the less materials needed, the effort of perfecting what you create and the social skill of getting along with other pin collectors.


Which gives you more fame and profit as a collector, custom pins or trading pins?