Motivational Speakers On Uncovering Your Story

Motivational Speakers know the value in sharing their story. Here's a blog post I wrote about it on another blog. If you're still struggling with your story, check it out.


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. The timing on this blog could not have been better, Kelly!  Would you believe I'm about to share my "Heart Story" for the first time at a women's event on Monday??  As I read your excellent advice I was saying, "check, check, check" in my head for what I need to cover and what the audience needs to hear.  Thank you for boosting me forward with this one!

  2. Kelly, as always, spot on. As a storyteller you are so engaging and always seem to know what to highlight and which details to avoid which is why you're such an incredible motivational speaker! Can't wait to hear your heart story, Polly!

  3. Wow, Kelly, What I love so much about you is that I think of you as a funny motivational speaker, and indeed you are, but you are also one of the most authentic, real, and emotionally brilliant motivational speakers I have ever known. I mean that. Most sincerely. What you are saying here is applicable on so many levels, to so many people, in all walks of life. Kudos to you!

  4. This is a great blog Kelly.  I just had a coaching session with a client who has an amazing story but felt a little like she was bragging to share it with her audience.  I told her to discover the humility in her story, the mistakes she made and what she learned from it.  Guess what?  She rocked her next presentation and was so relaxed about it, unexpected humor came from it.  Don't you love that?  Yes, it's important to have a story but the way you tell it – show humility and grace – and the story becomes an impactful life changing moment for the audience. You know, what YOU do every time you step on stage!

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