Vision- A motivational speaker must possess a vision in order for the audience to better lock in their thoughts and ideas to the concept he is explaining. Without vision, the audience will easily get lost on the speakers concepts, ideas and techniques that he wants to instill into the crowd. This is a plus for speakers that they share their true vision to the audience so that they may better understand him.
Confidence- The speaker must have full confidence in himself and in teaching and guiding other people so that they will know that the speaker is truly capable of inspiring them. These speakers must not be afraid to give out their ideas and techniques to the audience so that they may have a basis for their change in daily habits. This is one small step that would greatly affect the presentation of the speaker. If the speaker lacks the confidence to help and inspire the audience then he will become a huge failure in his field of motivational speaking.
Credible enough for the audience- Everything that the speaker must say to his listeners/audience must be credible enough for them to truly trust him. This is important so that the audience will have their trust towards the speaker that everything he is saying to them is for their own good. That the speaker truly wishes them to mature from their daily routine so that they may have better lives and better function at work. The audience needs to buy everything that the motivational speaker says or teaches for them to change and to apply what they have learned from him unto their daily life.
Passion and inspiration- These two aspects are the most important aspect that a motivational speaker must have. He must have the passion to inspire and motivate other people so that he may acquire self satisfaction. He will never be satisfied until each one of his audience members understands and agrees with him. This is a feat that he should first show to his audience so that they would know immediately that he possesses the true qualities of a motivational speaker that would truly change their lives. These speakers know exactly what you wish to hear so that you will give them your most undivided attention and not easily get bored.
Trust- The speaker must establish the trust of his audience so that they will truly listen to what he has to say. The audiences' trust is the most important factor that a motivational speaker should acquire from his audience members so that at the end of the day, they would trust him enough to apply what they have learned to their lives.