Many motivational speakers offer commodities. They sell packaged or canned speeches that have lots of make-me-hungry-for-more motivational stories and dozens of life rules they learned from famous motivational speakers and authors from the US of A.
They get paid for some abstract concepts.
If you want to become a motivational speaker, think different.
Be a problem solver. One whose purpose and passion is to make a difference.
What can be done?
Tailor your speeches to serve the purposes of your clients. Focus the speech topic on specific change in attitude and ability. Make it inspiring, relevant, and engaging. Because motivational speeches must help move your people to the direction of their dreams.
Help develop leaders and equip them so they switch their minds into thinking of big things and improve the way they perform their jobs.