The Need of Motivational Speakers for Youth

Motivational speakers can change lives with their words. Children and even older children in their teens are at their most vulnerable stage, where major turning points and character-building changes can happen. They need much inspiration, motivation, and encouragement so that they can reach their potential and grow up to be the best person they can. A lot of kids may not be getting the direction, hope, and support they need in the home. Without these things, they can easily spiral down to a life of despair, lack of support, and utter chaos. Motivational assemblies at school are often the only chance of these children at getting that much needed push to better themselves and the quality of their life.

Motivational programs open children up to opportunities to get inspired by people who may have been in the exact same place they are in at the moment or speakers who can motivate them to try their best and succeed or do good things in life. The best motivational speakers don’t use programs to manufacture motivation. Instead, they use their own personal stories of triumph through adversity and their own anecdotes to allow their young audience to see the value of their experiences, learn from them, and follow in the good character values that their stories and speeches instill.

In this day and age where bad influences can so easily affect young people, the need for motivational speakers and role models cannot be stressed enough. Motivational talks can help keep kids grounded, especially when they are not getting the proper guidance they should be getting at home. Even when they do, motivational youth speakers have a certain charisma that allows them to get through to children and affect them the way their own family, teachers, and friends cannot.


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Stand your ground.  Don't back down.

What does it mean to stand your ground? People today are
constantly making commitments and breaking them.  Look at
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the list of unfulfilled promises goes on.  It it even possible to
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Stand your ground,  Don't back down.

Joel Penton says, "Yes it is possible" - he knows from
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situations in middle school and high school where it would
have been easy to compromise and break his commitments.
However, he chose to rise above the pressure and keep the
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Stand your ground.  Don't back down.

Joe will say that it takes character, it takes will, and the road
will be hard.  But his personal experience is proof that ordinary
people can accomplish great things by simply following through
with the commitments they have made.  Your students will be
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committments, but also keep those commitments.

Don't back down.  Stand your ground.