“I do not believe that there is such a thing as motivational or inspirational speaking. I don’t think we really motivate anybody to do anything. Nor do I think we inspire. I think we are sign posts. We are guides. We are guide books. And it is our job to bring to the attention of the individual what the problem area is that they are experiencing and then allow them to motivate themselves. Because if we try to motivate them, we’re taking away value from what we’re doing … and the pleasure they will get from doing it themselves.”
– Ric Morgan
from Public Speaking Super Powers
Ric Morgan has been a professional speaker for more than 37 years, and has spoken to more than 3 million people live, as well as countless others on radio and TV. He has founded more than 20 corporations and three non-profits in his lifetime, starting the first company when he was just 16.
Ric’s book, The Keys: The Textbook to a Successful Life was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize in 2009. Ric lives in the mountains of East Tennessee, literally across the street from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
For more information: www.ricmorgan.com