A Motivational Speakers’ Guide – Who is Your Favorite?

A Motivational Speakers’ Guide – Who is Your Favorite?

Nowadays, finding a motivational speaker is easier than ever before with YouTube, social media, eBooks, and etc. However, to find a motivational speaker that fits YOUR personality is a little bit more challenging. Several motivational speakers can cater to one person in a way that makes complete sense, but the wrong one can make you feel like you’re listening to a shyster.

My advice is to find one you like and stick with them, videos, books, and emails. Be careful not to listen to more than one at a given time. In my opinion, it’s better to stick to one or two at a time. For several years, I’ve acquired quite a few but I have taken my top 8 inspirational people and described their styles from my perspective:

Tony Robbins– can inspire anyone. Robbins doesn’t have a specific focus or specialty, but speaks to the soul. His talks can be theoretical, but he’ll break it down to tangible and relevant circumstances in your life so you know where to take immediate action.

John Maxwell– he’s a storyteller and a man of faith. Maxwell is an author at heart and well-read. His speeches will inspire you using different inspirational figures’ messages and quotes. He’s a great collager of stories and believes in building up others.

Grant Cardone– is obnoxiously entertaining. He dabbles in real estate, car sales, and consulting. Cardone can come off brash and joke too much with an explicit here and there, but gives great straight to the point action-oriented activity that leads to tangible results.

Les Brown– will make you laugh while looking at your flaws. Brown has a great charming charismatic smile and voice that keeps you on your toes. His colorful experience provides great entertainment while challenging you on your own obstacles.

Zig Ziglar– the trail blazer of motivational speaking. I believe he was one of the first to start the profession. His words of inspiration are timeless. Ziglar’s quotes are the platform that will motivate future generations to come. He’s a great classic.

Brendon Bruchard– is a motivational scientist. Bruchard loves the processes of efficacy. He won’t leave any details behind and give you every opportunity to understand your potential. He wants you to be remembered for your life’s work and will tell you exactly what your “work” should be.

Jim Rohn– the granddaddy of motivation. His voice is unforgettable song playing in your consciousness. It is a magnetic pull that keeps you hanging on to every word. Rohn forces you to gain power over your circumstances; and empowers you believe your worth and value.

Nathan A Webster (me)- is the best motivator ever. Within me, I find greatness. The more and more I tap into myself, I discover a new jewel. Don’t ever disregard the value you bring to your potential.

Believe in your dream. Believe in yourself. Believe you can do the impossible.

I write this because my business is personal. My struggles are for your gain. No strings attached.

Nathan A. Webster, MBA

I was born, raised and currently residing in Vancouver, WA. Grateful to have an entrepreneurial life that allows me to use my God-given talents to help others pursue their passion. I'm blessed to be educated (MBA-Operations) veteran (US Marine Corps) who enjoys the community with all my family members (blood and adopted).

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