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Don`t wait for opportunities.Create them !!

They say you have : to lose yourself in the moment ,live the moment and seize the moment,for opportunity knocks once in a life time .Yes opportunities are many but there are those that breed more opportunities,those that  change our lives in a positive manner,those that motivate and inspire others.When an opportunity knocks do not just "open " the doors ,instead open them wide and explore.Many of us come across opportunities but give up along the way .You will agree with me  that we let go of a lot of opportunities because we are expected to complete application forms,to meet the required qualifications ,to carry out medical tests and at times to posses certain specific traits .At times we are even expected to move from our comfort zone  and  in worst cases we have to compromise on our personal values. All theses challenges tend to hinder many of us  from fully exploiting our potential .Such challenges shut us out and reduce our success possibilities, but if we approach oppo…


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"Motivational speakers and Inspirational speakers :Are they the same?"

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.   There are similarities between motivational speakers and inspirational speakers, and someone could be labeled as both simultaneously, but they are not necessarily interchangeable. One subtle difference is that inspirational speakers often deliver a "warm, encouraging message, sometimes based on a story of overcoming great obstacles", with a desired outcome of enlivening or exalting emotion. In contrast, motivational speakers may deliver a presentation that is more energetic in nature, with a desired outcome of moving attendees to action.