Midwest Speakers Bureau Top Motivational Speakers for 2020

A motivational or inspirational speaker uses their own personal stories to empower their audiences.  Their talks are impactful and leave a lasting impression on attendees, regardless of whether they are attempting to challenge, transform or convince the audience. A motivational speaker’s goal is to fire up the audience and get them to take action.

Motivational speakers have had an enormous impact on a person’s life, no matter what their personal situation in life may be. Their words are powerful and inspirational. We have personally seen how these speakers transform people’s lives through their inspirational message.

Here are our top 10 picks for motivational and inspirational speakers that we have had the opportunity to work with in 2019 and are known for their ability to motivate audiences. (Click on the name for more information.)

Daymond John: Founder & CEO Of FUBU; Co-star of ABC’S Emmy Award-Winning Shark Tank.

Paul Long: Engage in transformation and connect to life through F.U.N. (an acronym used to drive individual and organizational improvement). 

Molly Fletcher:  Molly was hailed as the “female Jerry Maguire” by CNN.

Kevin Brown: The HERO EFFECT® – being your best when it matters the most. Motivational speaker in areas of customer service, customer loyalty, branding, sales, culture.

Kenyon Salo: The James Bond of Motivational Speaking and Keynote Engagements.

Chris Norton: Motivational Speaker and Author of The Seven Longest Yards.

Jason Redman: How to build an overcome mindset, forge unbreakable teams, and survive life ambushes by “Getting off the X” by a retired Navy SEAL.

John Register: From an Olympic hopeful to an amputee in a single week.

Darren Woodson: A three-time Super Bowl champion and five-time Pro Bowl selection.

Amelia Rose Earhart: Single-Engine Aircraft Pilot Who Flew Around The World, President Of Fly With Amelia Foundation, Namesake Of The Original Amelia Mary Earhart

To book a motivational or inspirational speaker for your next conference, call Midwest Speakers Bureau at 515-974-8305 or email angela@speakernow.com

 

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