Keynote Speaker Topics

Written by Will Baum
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Keynote speaker topics run the gamut from the sublime to the ridiculous and back. Keynote speakers can be anyone--comics or futurists, Presidents or criminals (sometimes they're all of the above at once). It's natural that keynote speaker topics follow suit.

One way to select a keynote speaker is to work backwards, and start with keynote speaker topics. What sounds interesting? What sounds funny? If "The Air is Full of Pigeons" sounds like something you'd want to hear about, then Dr. James "Doc" Blakely is your man. Doc Blakely is a renowned humorist who has penned seven books and is a member of the National Speakers Association Hall of Fame.

How about "Touch the Top of the World: A Blind Man's Journey to Climb Farther Than the Eye Can See"? That's the title of a speech Erik Weihenmayer gives. Weihenmayer is the first blind person ever to climb Mount Everest. A versatile athlete and relentless adventurer, Weihenmayer has set the goal of being not only the first blind person to climb all of the Seven Summits, but the youngest person ever to complete the task.

Keynote Speaker Topics Can Fit Any Need

These are only two of a multitude of options. Keynote speeches can be about anything. Some common topics include: ethics, communication, health, sales and marketing, motivation, teamwork, diversity, technology. The list is never-ending. Knowing your audience is the key first step to choosing a keynote speaker. The Internet is an excellent resource for researching keynote speakers and keynote speaker topics.

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