Sometimes it is just really hard to be positive. As much as you may try to be positive, things may just not be going your way. For example, you could’ve missed an important delivery which can dampen your spirits, or you could just be having a bad day at work. Regardless of what it is, there always seems to something with the potential to ruin your positivity. How is it, then, that motivational speakers are able to be so positive? One could also ask the question: why are motivational speakers so positive? I think the former question is hard to answer, purely because we do not truly know what is going through the head of a motivational speaker. However, we can attempt to answer the latter question. Let us, therefore, explore the possible motives behind motivational speakers’ positivity.
The first reason that motivational speakers are positive is so that they can improve the confidence of their audience members. Confidence is the sort of thing which you get when someone is speaking highly of you, or when you are feeling positive about yourself. It would seem odd, therefore, for a motivational speaker to take anything but a positive tone should he or she wish to instill confidence in the audience. A positive tone can make an individual feel happier about their ability, therefore meaning that they have the potential to be more confident.
Secondly, a motivational speaker may be positive so that they can deal with some tricky topics. When faced with a difficult topic, I think the worst thing you can do is be negative. If you were to take a negative tone, you are far more likely to create distance between yourself and the audience, therefore meaning that your message will not be well received. Contrariwise, if you were to take a positive tone, the audience may not think that the issue is quite as bad, thus meaning that they will be less likely to zone out due to angst or fear, for example.
Finally, motivational speakers are positive so that their audiences can have as much fun as possible. At the end of the day, the best way to build up a good reputation is by making sure that people like your talks. Therefore, in order to be popular, you ought to incorporate some sort of positivity – perhaps some jokes, or funny anecdotes – in order to set you apart from the rest. To get in touch or for more information on positive motivational speakers, and Bianca Miller-Cole, please email firstname.lastname@example.org , call 02086679519 or visit www.biancamiller.uk