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Old 03-23-2018, 06:57 AM   #1
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Default What is an Inspirational Speaker?

Inspirational speakers are oratory professionals who make their living by delivering speeches intended to inspire and uplift those listening. Speakers of this type can function in many different settings, offering speeches geared toward a wide audience or to a niche market within a given industry or culture. A speaker may offer seminars or workshops that accompany the speech, for an extra fee.

For seminars or workshops, an inspirational speaker may take center stage and continue with his or her presentation for anywhere from thirty minutes to two hours. Depending on the setting, the speaker may offer the audience a short interlude at a strategic point in the presentation, then return to finish the speech. A strategy of this sort can be especially helpful in that the interlude can be timed to occur just after a key point is made that the speaker wants the audience to take away from the event. Once everyone is back and settled in for the remainder of the speech, the speaker can build on that point, helping to reinforce the importance and increasing the chances that the audience will take the core intent of the speech away with them.


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