Check with past clients.   Or… short of that… check for testimonials.  LOTS of testimonials.
Why is it important? If I were choosing among motivational speakers, corporate comedians, or humorists, the #1 thing I’d want to know is my speaker has a long list of happy clients, and DID THEY LIKE HIM?
Well, I’m pretty darned proud of my list of clients, and I think testimonials like this help take some of the risk out of choosing your speaker.

… and the South Carolina Rural Health Care Association:

If you’re choosing between motivational speakers, I hope you’ll pick me! :)

I’d love to be on your team.

Here’s the link to my motivational speakers site.

Cheers,

Brad Montgomery
Motivational Keynote Speaker, Humorist, Proud of my Track Record

One response to “How To Choose Motivational Speakers”

  1. Max Jones says:

    I really like how you talked about choosing a motivational speaker who people liked. I really like when we get to listen to a motivational speaker comedian for events, because they tend to be a little more entertaining to me. Hopefully I can find a good motivational speaker for our next event, and one that is also a comedian of sorts! Thanks for the tips!

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