“It does not matter how smart you are if nobody knows what you are talking about.”
While it’s common for us to see a motivational speaker aiming to sound smart with big words and usage of theoretical models and applications to prove a point, there are some that go for honest and accurate observations, with simple lay-man terms that are well-researched and backed up and considered credible sources without getting too heavy on facts, and learning more on practicality and common sense.
Precise, on-point, yet somewhat amusing, light and humorous, that is where motivational speaker Garrison Wynn comes in and takes the show.
His speaking trademark to inspire has gotten around and given him a good reputation for building up communities, companies, and the common people with his power play on words.
What makes him different in his brand of motivational speaking is that he doesn’t simply aim to motivate, but to entertain and be informative as well.
His industry-specific empowerment aims to enable its listeners to think of the many possibilities in their area of work, to achieve higher, and to keep going no matter what. Despite the idealisms, he also mixes in realism in terms that he keeps the captivated audience grounded on what’s to come, the options to take, the paths to consider, the risks, and the joyous rewards at the end and knowing that all the hard work would eventually pay off.
His influential topics go from managing work environments, enjoying your job, cross-working with other generations, stress being optional at work, even being the best versus constantly being chosen.
These various work-related topics which are grounded on reality and practicality makes even low-level entry workers or the CEO of a company to consider and evaluate their progress in their career, and their path in the industry, and whether it is something they consider doing for a long time feeling as much passion and zeal as they did start on the first day. It also gives them something to consider whether they’ve been doing things well so far and whether they can do better than what they’re doing now.
As an entertainer, humor and playing with life-related themes comes in pretty well and eases its way in the speeches, making one comfortable and relaxed knowing the talk would be light and pleasing to the ears and mind, yet heavy with substance for one to think and ponder about the ideas discussed and presented.
Also, the commitment to giving the audience accurate information, objective facts, outcomes, and solutions just make for a pep talk filled with significance that establishes important links on the audience and what their roles and functions are in the field, as well as the field itself being just as important as its workers.
A good motivational speaker, like Wynn, aims to energize the audience with vitalizing truths, brings them on a journey where everything is possible, but also keeping note that not everything is sunshine and rainbows in the industries they’re in.
The line of professionalism and getting down to the level of the listeners makes for a good balance, seeing as he lets everyone know he’s an expert, yet influences and persuades the audience that he’s just a human getting by, but doing so much seeing as he believes in himself. He always aims to challenge and provoke the listeners to think and go beyond the comforts of their boxed up comfort zones, to think outside the box and go past traditional practices.
Speaking in public, in front of renowned establishments and groups is not a walk in the park; having the guts to move the audience with mere words is something magicians or skilled eloquent soothsayers would be capable of.
And skilled speakers like Wynn actually do win audiences over with his charismatic aura and method of bringing back the energy and life to people in events or seminars with his pep talks, making him a rather unique and one-of-a-kind motivational speaker. As we’ve seen time and time again, no one wins the audience quite like Garrison Wynn.
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