Steps to Becoming a Motivational Speaker

Becoming an effective public speaker has different strategies depending on the goal. There are those whose purpose is only informative, some are only to convey messages, some are to provide understanding, and some are for other purposes. motivator di jogja

We often hear these two words, motivational speaker. Someone speaks in front of an audience, in a very convincing manner, makes everyone amazed, and can change the lives of the listeners . How can they do it? Here is a 5-step technique to become a motivational speaker that is most commonly used by motivational speakers , taken from Mahvir Mohnot’s free translation.


First and most importantly: Make the audience feel comfortable with a statement or phrase that reads more or less: “I AM OK, YOU ARE OK”.

“I am so happy to be together in this room, with such a smart, clever and brilliant group of people!”

Don’t talk about the main subject or topic.


Start talking from a point called the “point of understanding”.

This point is a point of view, or perception, or understanding where everyone will say or feel: “Yes! That’s just how it is.”

“Love, is one of the most precious things in the world.”


Slowly move to the “point of difference”, or “point of disagreement”. or “point of controversy”.

This shift must be gradual. All shifts must be shifts from HEAD to HEART or from HEAD to STOMACH. From LOGICAL reasons to FEELING and MOOD issues.

“We love life. We love God’s creatures and creations on earth. We love friends and family. We want everything to be maintained and their needs met. We want to be there when they need us. In joy in sorrow. Just by being there, we feel that we have given emotional support. The smallest thing we can do for the people we love, is to be there with them.”

“If those people are important people in your life, then they are our love. So, you and I are also important people in everyone’s life.”

“And if we love them, then why do we keep destroying ourselves with bad behavior? Bad behavior in our eyes, and in their eyes — those we love?”

“Imagine a few years from now, if someone we love is in trouble, or is in joy and happiness. And at that moment, they really wanted, really wanted to share all of that with us. Really want to pay attention to each other with us? And…”

Maintain eye contact, pay attention to their body language.


When you can sense that they have reached a “tuned-in point” with you, waste no more. Ask them to do something! Something very clear, easy and realistic. Something to do — today too!

“Can we decide — now — and commit to ending all the bad behavior that hurts and injures the people we love?”

“Let’s sign this agreement, by signing on this paper — now!”


Assume they can agree. Say that you believe and trust that they will all do as committed.

Thank them, and close your mouth.


At each stage, maximize the use of the word “we”. We know. We must. We can. We want. We hope.

Use the pathos (emotional) method which is more powerful. The easiest way is to use connotative sentences like “We hope, as we hope when we see the sky will fall.”

Do not release more arrows than necessary.

Don’t force the emotional situation. Let it flow naturally. Otherwise, everything will fall apart.

One HUMAN STORY is more powerful than a hundred arguments. Than thousands of facts and figures.

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