Motivational Speaker Asks, “Does Calling Yourself The Best, Make You The Best?”

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I think tomorrow I shall call myself "America's Leading"

I’m seeing a lot of speakers call themselves the best – the most sought after – the funniest…..and I’m wondering if this is true, and how this type of language affects your consumer? Hop on my ┬áblog post to see more meanderings from your wacky motivational speaker – aka The World’s Leading ┬áMost Sought After Expert on Branding.


Motivational Speaker Kelly Swanson - called one of North Carolina's funniest women by Our State Magazine. Kelly lifts the spirits of audiences from coast-to-coast using humor, storytelling, and lives of the characters from Prides Hollow - Kelly's make believe small town. This unique approach to motivational speaking allows Kelly to break through communications barriers and connect directly to the audience's imagination.
Her powerful stories and wacky wit will make you laugh, remind you that you matter, show you how to see beyond your obstacles, and teach you how to stand up and stick out in a crowded market.
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  1. Hey Kelly –
    Although this is funny, it’s really thought provoking! As a motivational speaker, I need to brand myself without sounding like every other motivational speaker out on the circuit! Thanks for giving me food for thought. I thought this was the best, most amazing, world’s best blog post in the world!

  2. This made me think. I just looked for an upholsterer here locally in my town. And when I searched for “upholsters Sarasota, FL” a long list of companies came up. I INSTANTLY went to the one that had a review (I could see the little stars) and I listed to what the CUSTOMERS had to say. And I always do this before I read the rhetoric in the printed ad. Very good point, Kelly!

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