More and more small businesses and local groups are looking for ways to motivate their employees and members. But most assume they need a big budget to hire a motivational speaker. That’s not true at all.
Chances are, there is at least one motivational speaker living in or near your city who would be happy to work with a small business or local group – especially since it means they don’t have to travel a great distance.
How do you find a local motivational speaker?
Your chamber of commerce or business networking group is a good place to start. You can also contact the local chapter of the National Speakers Association in your area. Once you have a list of two or three, contact each of them to ask about availability and fees.
Money-Saving Tip: Have a limited budget? Team up with other local businesses or groups, share the cost and sponsor a special “Success Day” all your employees or members can attend.
Bottomline, finding a local motivational speaker to work with your small business or local group is easier than you think.
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