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Only the few among us possess the skill to provide truly inspirational thoughts to others, giving them hope and solace in difficult times. From Martin Luther King Jr., who inspired African Americans in the United States to stand up for their civil rights by declaring “I have a dream,” to Franklin Delano Roosevelt, who told a country caught in the midst of the Great Depression that “The only thing we have to fear is fear itself,” inspirational quotes often linger on in our minds long after they are spoken.
In the world of business and education, a powerful, inspirational speaker can lend a hand in picking up sagging morale with inspirational stories and words of encouragement. Such a skill is possessed by only those who have the ability to recognize the common problems faced by a group. At the same time, inspirational words come from recognizing the emotional difficulties of moving past our troubles. Inspirational thoughts arise from an understanding that inspiration itself is a matter that involves the soul as well as our professional skills and intellects.
Perhaps the best motivational speakers are those that understand that simplifying a problem and breaking it down into manageable pieces allows others to see that no obstacle is too great to overcome. At the same time, such speakers use eloquent words and inspirational stories that demonstrate that others have previously overcome difficulties, and that the group before them can do the same.
If you’re looking for an inspirational motivational speaker to attend your next business function, company luncheon, educational event or a variety of other situations in which you hope to provide inspirational thoughts to attendees, look no further than motivational-speakers.com roster of powerful speakers. Each has their own inspirational stories to share, which will help your company’s employees, your school’s students or members of your group of colleagues see the light at the end of the tunnel.
While looking for inspirational speakers from the group of peers you work with might seem like a good idea at first, consider that the thought of public speaking often terrifies others, and that quality public speaking is a special skill that only some possess.
Motivational-speakers.com will guide you to find the right kind of speaker for your occasion.
Look, for example, at Dave Dravecky, whose inspirational stories describe how the former baseball pitcher overcame cancer. Similarly, the inspirational thoughts of sportscaster Jerry Schemmel relate to how he surpassed the emotional difficulties that came after surviving an airliner crash. Four-time Paralympic medalist and two-time champion in wheelchair basketball Mike Schlappi will also share inspirational stories about overcoming the odds. All of these and more speakers can be found within the roster below at motivational-speakers.com.
Captain Charlie Plumb graduated from the Naval Academy at Annapolis and went on to fly the F-4 Phant...
Former Baseball Pitcher & Cancer Survivor
Dave Dravecky’s story is one of hope, courage and perseverance in the midst of dark and overwhelmi...
Photographer, Motion Picture Director, Lecturer
Dewitt Jones is one of America's top professional photographers with a career stretching over t...
Author Of Work for a Living & Still Be Free to Live
Since beginning her consulting and training practice in 1980, Eileen McDargh has become noted for he...
Laugh At Fear
Frank Miles was a professional variety comedian for over twenty years, with numerous television and...
Former Vietman POW
Born in Modesto, California, Gerald (Jerry) Coffee joined the Navy in 1957 after graduating from UCL...
The Courage To Succeed
Jackie Pflug has an amazing story to share with your people.
However, more importantly, are t...
Sportscaster & Air Crash Survivor
Jerry Schemmel has been the radio voice of the Denver Nuggets since 1992. His sportscasting career s...
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Co-author of More Than Meets The Eye
Joan Brock worked at The Iowa Braille and Sight Saving School prior to her loss of sight, where she ...