Sometimes the right words strike the right cord and create the most perfect harmony at the right moment.
The Internet gifts us access to brilliant, inspiring people all over the world. And if you’ve ever played sports, it’s likely that your coach gave a motivational speech or four.
Those motivational speaking moments impact us. In fact, we may not realize the impact of those words out on the ice. It could translate down the line, and maybe that talk comes up a few times in our lives.
Words of encouragement spoken by a person with immense passion knock the wind out of us. Who is more passionate about the will to succeed than NHL coaches?
The science behind motivation is real.
In fact, it is the quintessence of hard labor and unimaginable success. We can see the overlap of business and support very clearly. Both require an unshakable commitment, a steady pace, and the concept of community.
Teamwork is able to exist thanks to those three pillars. And if we’ve learned anything about teamwork in high-stress situations, it’s that communication is the key.
So what is a motivational speaker? Simply put, it’s a person who seeks to inspire and transform lives by speaking passionately about the subject at hand. A motivational speaker and a sports coach have those things and more in common.
To coach is to guide and to assume the role of the architect. There is not a time where a coach is interested in excuses or exhaustion right before a big game. As valid as those things are, they are still states of being and de facto crutches that we lean on in every aspect of our lives.
NHL coach motivational speakers might be the perfect keynote people you’ve been searching for.
To coach a team or a business means that you are attached to the outcome. Like both business and sport, your hope is for your team to collaborate, to be their best selves, and to win. Because when the community wins, the individual wins.
As a business owner, you understand the complexities of human error. Your business also has a set of expectations that are to be met every single day. Keeping your team-oriented, quick, and inspired takes work that many businesses don’t consider as an initial concern.
Motivational speaking captures the value and power of words. It reminds us that just because we’re not having these conversations with ourselves doesn’t mean those goals of ours are too lofty.
Motivate Your Team
A motivational speaker could help your team visualize what long-term success really looks like.
There is power in storytelling. And businesses everywhere are learning how to better challenge their employees through the action of telling stories that motivate and inspire.