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JLA’s Danny Lee is searching for answers…

Politics. It’s fun, isn’t it? Brexit, Trump, Election, Election, Election – it’s one big hootenanny. Oh the laughs we’ve had as the world slides ever closer to the abyss. What we wouldn’t give to return to 2012 – a year that gave us the London Olympics, Operation Yewtree and Gangam Style. Remember when all you had to worry about was K-pop and historical sex abuse?

So, what’s the remedy to the ongoing farce that is 2016/17? I probably should be talking about five speakers who can steer us through the steaming pile of Article 50 and give us the likely future for UK plc. But let’s not. Let’s have a look at some motivational speakers instead. Let’s forget all our woes with some motivational speakers. Oh motivational speakers, take me away from this place and into the warm embrace of a solo climb up Everest. So, before I get called into HR for opinions that could be construed as inflammatory, here are some motivational speakers to brighten up your life:

Ran Fiennes
He’ll sleep in his car the night before an event and then wheelbarrow a thousand books through the venue in anticipation of a rush of desperate punters keen for more Fiennes following his talk. Yes, Ran sleeps with a wheelbarrow surrounded by books whilst you’re cocooned in your Hungarian Goose Down Duvet, drifting off to Sleep Sounds on your Amazon Echo. And that is why he’s the World’s Greatest Living Explorer and you aren’t. That, plus some other things. Determination etc.



 
Chris Hadfield
If I were a moron I’d just write Absolute Ledge. Let’s face it, I am a moron, but I’ll still expand on the A.L. status if for no other reason than to reach the 400-word limit on these blogs we’re forced to write. Yep, wipe up the tea you’ve just spat all over your desk, we’re forced to write blogs. One blog a year to be precise. Oh, the humanity. Anyway, I’ve gone off on a slight tangent. Chris Hadfield. He has a fine moustache and is the best speaker I’ve ever seen, bar none. Book him.



 
Margaret Heffernan
I’m sure Margaret has been written about in other far superior blogs on this site, but no harm in hammering the Heffernan message home. Book her and you’ll be nodding along like a demented fan of The Now Show as she dispels perceived wisdom and shows us the way to a better future. She’s a thoroughly modern Margaret and we really should put her in charge of everything.



 
Ellis Watson
Motivational speakers don’t come much more motivating than Ellis. He’s a one-man mission to reinvigorate your workforce. I don’t think I’ve ever seen anyone so able to inspire people of all levels in an organisation. Basically, you want inspiring: you want Ellis. I once saw him navigate the streets of Fitzrovia on a hoverboard, wearing nothing but a pair of pink pants and a terrifying sense of purpose. This inspired me not to have laser eye surgery.



 
Eliza Manningham-Buller
I suppose a former head of MI5 isn’t exactly the cuddly antidote to life that I’d promised. This whole blog has been a bit of a mess to be fair. If ever anyone was in need of being led it’s me. Surely one of our motivational speakers can show me the error of my ways. Oh, there is. Eliza. She’d kick my arse, albeit in a very motivational way.

To book the above, or any other motivational speaker, contact JLA here.

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