How To Introduce A Motivational Speaker

Before a motivational speaker gives out their presentation, they are first introduced by the host of the event or the function. The host must acquire the speakers information and educational background so that he/she may do a proper introduction of the speaker. Acquire the speakers work background if he has worked with a major company before or if he has spoken for a major company, also get his educational background and college degree. This will be a huge plus when introducing the speaker as a degree holder from a well known university. Here are a few ways on how to properly introduce your motivational speaker.

I. Placing the name of the motivational speaker and a little bit of background info about him in the invitation so that those that are given an invitation will know who is doing the motivational talk. They will have a chance to inquire other people who have listened to the speaker before He/she is good at what he/she does . Also mention one or two techniques that the speaker is going to teach and elaborate on his actual presentation, this will greatly help inform the guests what to expect from the presentation.

II. When hiring a motivational speaker to speak to your work force or office staff always give them the heads up. Pass out a memo that states the time and day of the presentation and give your employees an idea on what to expect from the motivational speaker. State the speakers name and what the motivational speaker can teach and will teach to your employees or workforce so that they will be properly motivated into performing better at their jobs.

III. Properly introducing a  during a school graduation is very important. The students who are graduating need to know that the motivational speaker in front of them is credible enough that they will be inspired and motivated to best when they are going out to the world. Make sure that you introduce your motivational speaker as a person that the graduates would look up to so that they will apply what they’ve learned from the speaker to their everyday life.

IV. In business seminars introduce your speaker by highlighting his background on business ethics. This will prompt more guests to listen and to take your speakers teachings seriously. Guests who attend these business seminars are greatly interested in a person that will inspire them into either venturing into a new kind of business or how to expand their business tenfold. A huge plus when introducing the speaker is if he has a business degree, you’ll be then expecting more people to attend your event so that they may get some ideas and they may be inspired to venture into their own business or perhaps develop their existing one.

V. To properly introduce your speaker in front of your org members, you must first find out if the speaker is capable of motivating your organization. Then introduce him to your members as someone who is well known in the field of motivational speaking so that your guest and org members will listen and will take the speaker seriously.

When setting up a stereo system in multiple rooms in your house, you may find yourself wondering whether you should use an additional receiver, in-wall volume controls, speaker selectors, or a combination of all three to control the sound in the various rooms. So what’s the difference?

Most (but not all) receivers can support at least two audio zones. This will allow you to use the surround sound system to watch a movie in zone #1 and at the same time use a set of speakers in zone #2 to listen to music on your MP3 player. If you want to create more than two different zones, you may need an additional receiver. Your owner’s manual should tell you how many zones your receiver can support. Remember though, an additional receiver will let you create more zones, but won’t let you share the same source. So you can’t play the same CD throughout the house during a party, for example.

A speaker selector is an accessory to your receiver, which will allow you to add speakers to your system without adding more zones. You can then choose which speakers you want to use for a specific output (a DVD player or MP3 player, for example) from your primary receiver. In the case of a two-zone receiver, zone #1 might include the living room and kitchen, and zone #2 might include the den and backyard. The speaker selector will allow you to watch a movie in the living room without blasting the movie soundtrack in the kitchen at the same time. You can turn the kitchen speakers off via the speaker selector, or if you’ve installed separate volume controls in the kitchen, you can turn the volume down just in that room. At the same time, you could be playing music on an MP3 player in the backyard and turn off the speakers in the den. Note that each set of speakers must be wired to only one zone; so you can’t mix and match rooms between zones unless you step up to a more complex system like a multi-zone controller or an audio matrix switch (these really need to be designed, wired, and installed by a professional).

Depending on which model you choose, a speaker selector will allow you to enjoy sound in up to 8 different sets of speakers (most speaker selectors are for 4-6-or 8 pairs of speakers). You can plan to spend anywhere from $100 to $500 on a speaker selector. Some selectors have volume control built in to the unit (so you won’t need to put them in each room).

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