Espressos and Motivational Speaker Success

Ahh, coffee…

What does a huge mug of steaming, strong, black espresso and a funny, witty, and convincing motivational speaker have in common? Clue: it’s found in the first sentence.

Imagine your everyday morning brew – freshly roasted, steaming hot, richly black (with just the right amount of sugar that you like), and definitely smells of caffeine – in your favorite “I love my work” mug, there by your desk, standing perfectly still, waiting for you to take your first sip. And, of course, take a sip, you did. Warm, bitter, sweet, strong. Then you take a gulp. Rich, thick, and bitter again. As the warm liquid rushes down your throat and into your eager stomach, something somewhere tells you you’re perfectly awake, that you’re perfectly pumped up and ready for the world, and that your day will be as wonderful as your espresso. You take another sip and, of course, you have to believe that voice. How can you not?

But motivational speakers jolt you out too

Their sciences do not work in the same way, but, the results are similar nonetheless. Like coffee, and perhaps even better, the words of motivational speakers fire you up, too. They get you to get out of your stump, to see the countless opportunities lying around, and to move your foot forward and begin moving towards success. They send the same shock-waves as caffeine, jolting the mind and causing a tide of unstoppable, uncontrollable energy to move you into action.

They bring out what we call the motivational-speaker-success, that kind of inspiration that one gets from listening to another person’s speech. Because human beings are, by nature, intellectual and social creatures, our site, motivational-speaker-success, can work perfectly for them. When you hear inspirational things from a fellow individual, you listen and acknowledge his or her thoughts. You will most likely think and react.

How speakers move you to motivational-speaker-success

A good and effective motivational speaker makes his or her audience laugh, think, and act. The presence and abundance of laughter means that the crowd is listening. A listening crowd means that their attention is attuned fully to the speaker. Anything he or she says will be heard. Naturally, anything heard would be processed by the brain, translated into understandable concepts, and thereafter accepted by the listener’s consciousness. That entry into the minds and thoughts of a person is the first key to convincing people.

In the course of the speech or presentation, our speaker makes the audience realize things they may have never even thought of before. When this realization happens, the listeners “wake up” – get jolted into awareness, if we may – as if they have just downed a cup of coffee. In the end, our speaker can convince them towards a suggested path of action, normally the message suggested by the speech’s sponsor.Speaker

Why we can help you

We can help you send the message you want to give to your employees and move them towards motivational-speaker-success through our experience and expertise on the subject of public speech, and the subjects we cover.

We recognize that each speech engagement is unique, concerns a particular topic or concern, involves a particular crowd and culture, and requires extensive research and the appropriate approach to effectively work. We believe that research is indispensable. Premises and conclusions offered to an audience would not be accepted if unsupported by correct, relevant, and unquestionable facts.

But, of course, we do our best to make the speech activities as creative, interactive and lively as possible. We understand the importance of people laughing, thinking and participating. If the audience doesn’t get enticed to listen, of their own accord and free will, they would doze off, or worse, leave the room, and the message we are trying to convey would be lost in oblivion.

We’ll work our best to tie everything together, as smoothly and as naturally as possible, so as to make sure that our message gets through.

If these reasons are not enough, well, we have one last: we love coffee, just like you do.