Inspirational Speaker | Oscar Martinez
Often I meet people who seek out a motivational speaker when they actually desire an inspirational speaker. There is a big difference between a motivation speaker and an inspirational speaker. I can come into any company and motivate with bonuses or big perks. I can motivate with a variety of prizes that create a desirable goal for an individual to pursue with a burning desire and relentless effort. Motivation is great it gets you off of your ass. Inspiration is different. Inspiration seems to arrive subtle. It opens your heart and shines a light on your soul. Inspiration is what motivates you. Inspiration has to arrive first.
What moves you? What are you willing to fight for? What are you willing to die for? Life is too short to sit on your bottom waiting for others to act on your behalf. You have to expose yourself to a power much greater than yourself. You have to know that you are connected to this higher power and allow this supreme energy to guide your life. Some people refer to this energy as God, others call it Jehovah or nature. I call this all knowing all powerful energy Yahweh הוה (YHWH), the original name of God as noted in the Dead Sea Scrolls. Yahweh is in everything and everything is a part of Yahweh. Yahweh has been the source of the strength that has carried me through so many adversities. This strength is energy and this energy is life changing. This energy can enter your life and open your eyes and sharpen your sight and move you. The right energy is important and can be the difference between living life and just being alive. I have a passion for sharing this energy with others realizing that as I open minds and share my story, I am doing exactly what I was born to do.
Inspirational Speaker defined:
A motivational speaker or inspirational speaker is a speaker who makes speeches intended to motivate or inspire an audience. Business entities may employ motivational speakers (for example) to communicate company strategy with clarity, to help employees to see the future in a positive light, and to inspire workers to pull together. The talk itself is often known as a pep talk. (Read More)