Motivational Speaking – Creating a Movement

Several objectives can be accomplished with the art of motivational speaking. The power to use charisma to the advantage of a crowd can lend several benefits to the speaker. This can grow an idea, convert people to believe certain philosophies, or even sell products and services to people. One of the most fulfilling ways to use motivational speaking is to create a following of people that take inspiration out of the ideas being spoken about. This creates a movement, a community of people tethered together under a new idea.

This motivation serves the purpose of all three benefits, as creating this movement grows an idea in the audience about whatever topic the speaker is talking about, and it also converts people to commit to a specific idea. Certain movements can also lead to products and services to assist in the movement, enabling the motivational speaker to sell to the audience. This community is driven by a goal that everyone in the crowd is seeking. Movements that are engineered correctly can be powerful, and done in the right moral light, it can change the world.

Addison Green uses his motivational speaking powers to do just that. As the owner of his own personal fitness club, he has an extreme passion for offering people the ability to change their lives and live a healthy lifestyle. Once an obese individual, he shares his pains through his speeches, and offers products and memberships to his fitness club that allow this movement to work towards one purpose: a healthier future. This type of movement created a group of people committed to bettering their lives with healthier choices, and for them, a changed world.