Motivational Speaker SPEAKERS
The best motivational speakers are storytellers, people who have navigated extraordinary circumstances and emerged with the power to share their hard-won life’s lessons with others to awe and inspire. Drawing on their own stories of overcoming adversity, fascinating experiences and accomplishing extraordinary feats, our speakers’ keynotes spur audiences to greater achievement.
In today’s challenging and dynamic world, everyone can use a motivational boost now and then. Organizations of all sizes and scopes benefit from our speakers’ shared wisdom, humor, and profoundly expressed desire to be more, to do better. Some of our top motivational speakers include Vernice “Flygirld” Armour, Jim “The Rookie” Morris, Rick Pitino, Diana Nyad, Robert Swan, and Robyn Benincasa.
Whether you seek to rouse your group from discouragement or disengagement, or simply uplift their spirits, our compelling and captivating speakers will move audiences to laughter and to tears – taking them on an unforgettable journey.
Motivational Speaker Speakers
$5,000 to $10,000
A motivational speaker of extraordinary experience, Rory Aplanalp has made well over 6500 presentations, influencing more than a million people across the planet. When inviting Rory to speak to you on teambuilding, customer service or change management, you can be guaranteed passion, humor, charming anecdotes and relevant, real-world business examples. Most of all you can be certain that your audience will leave with new ideas and a determination to be… Read More
$15,000 to $20,000
Tens of millions of people around the world have been touched over the last quarter of a century by Barbara De Angelis' message of love, happiness and finding meaning in our lives. Barbara is a pioneer in the field of self-help and her books, motivational speeches and popular television work have made her one of the most respected and influential teachers of our time. Every one of Barbara's fourteen books… Read More
$15,000 to $20,000
You have heard people say, “I'd give my right hand for that," meaning they'd give up the most important part of their body? Star baseball pitcher and inspirational speaker Jim Abbott was born without a right hand, and yet has achieved far more with just one hand than most of us could ever hope to with two. Abbott played on the Michigan University baseball team, making all-American, winning the Sullivan… Read More