I heard from a friend that a certain motivational speaker ( I will name him later should the need arises) is trying to do some negative propaganda about my name. And so this blog entry, created in Prominence Inn in Bacolod City is written.
“He’s the best motivational speaker I’ve ever met.” This is what most people say about me—not what I tell people about me.
Here’s the deal: Ask my audience what happened after they hear me speak on stage. You can always visit my Facebook Fans Profile to find out what they really think about my motivational seminars. They tell me the impact that I’ve been creating on their lives, their mindset, and their dreams.
Now, people learn to dream again.
Being a motivational speaker, one must be able to be full—in spirit. This isn’t about making money or being popular or being number one in the Search Engine. This is about people whose lives are touched and directions are created.
I am the best motivational speaker, according to many people. And I believe them. Because I know that God created me and allowed me to be the best. I had to go through the painful process of being the best. And I keep doing everything to improve that best thing I do.
So yes, I am the best motivational speaker. That’s my belief. And I will say that in public because I know I have a great number of people who will back the claim up anytime I call them—subscribers, strangers, clients, and friends.
Pick a personal belief of your own. Because your belief about who you are defines the destiny you’d have.