How Booking with Eagles Talent Saves You Money!

One of the biggest challenges facing corporations and event coordinators looking to score the perfect speaker, is budget!

Although celebrity sdoing-the-budgettatus and personal achievements make a speaker very valuable, expensive pricing is not the only determinant of what choice will be best for your event.

Booking the cheapest acts isn’t always a no-brainer. That’s why at Eagles Talent, we’re here to help! And we aren’t interested in letting you over pay or select a less than knock-your-socks-off fantastic speaker. We are invested in your event having the perfect speaker for your individual needs, and budget.

Executive Vice President of Eagles Talent, Sheldon Senek, is an expert at what makes Eagles Talent so inestimable. He describes the world of speaker-wrangling as being “filled with major pitfalls, including last minute cancellations, no-shows, unruly talent, aloof and difficult to contact management, and dickering with professional hagglers.”  Below, he shares some ways Eagles Talent can save you money in the long term:


  • We have access to virtually any speaker, and if they haven’t worked with us before, we know how to contact them.
  • We are constantly updating and growing our talent database, with feedback from past clients about their experiences. That info is then carefully examined and catalogued for future reference.
  • We are well versed in which speakers are the best of the best, leaders in your price range, have topics that would best entertain your audience, who are asked back repeatedly, and who are the easiest to work with.
  • The details of your event aren’t just remembered — but protected, by contracts and our expert veteran sales and management team.
  • We handle all the details without any extra cost, saving you frustration, time, potential embarrassment, and of course, money.


If you are ready to start searching for your next speaker for an up and coming event, Contact Eagles Talent Speakers Bureau today.

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A Moment of Gratitude towards Stephanie Decker

Who are we thankful for this year? Stephanie Decker that is!

“Out of every storm, there’s a rainbow. You just have to look for it.” – Stephanie Decker

bilde1The hero known around the world, Stephanie dedicated her life to save those of her children. Though her feat brought her worldwide prominence, it unfortunately resulted in her losing two of her legs, subjecting her to wearing prosthetic legs for the remainder of her life. Even though her limbs, along with her dream home, went away, her passion and essence are still larger than life as she travels around the world to give keynote presentations.

As an inspirational keynote speaker, Stephanie instills motivation and courage in others as she shares her unique story of how March 2012 forever changed her life. An expert on how to overcome adversity, Stephanie teaches audience members how to unleash their inner hero, while also shedding light on the Stephanie Decker Foundation. 

Stephanie is currently a finalist for the NASCAR Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award for the work she does with her foundation to help children with missing limbs.

For more information on booking Stephanie Decker for one of your events, check out her page on our website or call our office at 1.800.345.5607.

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Client Requested Speaker of the Week: Matthew Jeffers, The Only Disability in Life is a Bad Attitude

Why are clients rushing to book Matthew Jeffers?

Theph-towson-student-inspires-ravens-video-012913 influence of Matthew Jeffers knows no boundaries. Through his positive attitude, Matthew Jeffers composed a heart tugging email that eventually led the Baltimore Ravens to turn their season around and go on to win the Super Bowl XLVII season. Using his power of positivity, Matthew was able to undergo 20 life-threatening surgeries, never letting any one of them get him down.

As a keynote speaker, Matthew shares stories of his life, medical challenges, experience as an actor, and his wildly motivational message to the Baltimore Ravens. As a true believer that “the only disability in life is a bad attitude,” Matthew Jeffers is a master motivator who has just the right amount of substance to stir up optimism and success. Here is a sneak peak of his program details:

Everybody Has an Incredible Story. 
Matthew Jeffers believes that life is like a play, and while you can’t always choose the actors or plot points in your story, you are very much in control of two things – the theme and your costume. Jeffers’ theme is attitude, and his costume is the impenetrable armor of a positive outlook. Armor, of course, only works if you wear it. Jeffers share stories about his incredible journey and how he learned that his positive attitude was the most important aspect of his story.

For more information on booking Matthew Jeffers for one of your events, check out his page on our website or call our office at 1.800.345.5607.

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9 Quick Ways To Minimize Workplace Distractions by Jones Loflin

Workplace6exm3hSm distractions can be frustrating, but luckily, there are many ways to ease you into focusing on the task at hand. Stress Management speaker and author Jones Loflin provides nine way you can minimize distractions in the work place so that you can work to the best of your abilities! 


Over 700 years ago, Francesco Petrarch wrote in Life of Solitude,

It is without question the nature of the mind that when it is earnestly applied to one interest it must neglect many others.

While staying focused might have been difficult then, it’s harder than ever today. With technology, open office environments, and task lists a mile long, is it any wonder we can’t seem to focus for more than a few minutes?

If you’re one of those individuals who has trouble keeping their mind on one thing, try one or more of these strategies to focus on a task long enough to accomplish it (or at least make some real progress):

Manage Your Work Space
Are there visual distractions reminding you of unfinished work or other things to do? Even something seemingly harmless like a set of car keys can distract you. First you recall that you need to get gas after work. Then you think of some other items you need to purchase while you’re heading home, and maybe even what you plan (or want) to have for dinner. Before long you can’t even remember what you were focusing on five minutes ago!

Identify The Source Of Your Distraction
While some distractions may be external, others may be internal. It could be an unfinished task, frustration about something at work, or even guilt about something you said to someone in your family earlier in the day. While you may not be able to remove the distraction, ask yourself about what concrete action you could take to minimize it.

Bridle Technology
Turning off notifications isn’t enough. Even the sight of your mobile devices can bring to mind something you saw recently on one of them. When possible, remove them from our view when you’re trying to focus on the task at hand.

Block Out Background Noise
Your ears are ALWAYS looking for input. Music is an effective way to help block out office chatter or distracting sounds. Consider listening to music without words, however, to minimize the chance that the words to a song stir up memories from your past or take your mind somewhere else.

Hide When Appropriate
If it’s impossible to purge your work area of distractions, relocate to a place with less activity. This is also important if coworkers, customers, or even your boss tends to interrupt you.

Communicate Your Plan
Don’t assume that just because you look busy that your team will leave you alone. Take the initiative to explain why being able to focus is so important to your own productivity or the team’s success.

Play “Ping Pong” With Your Tasks
Staying focused for long periods of time is difficult. After awhile your mind starts looking for distractions more intensely than ever. Switch between mental and physical tasks to give your mind a break.

Manage Your Energy
Focus requires that your physical, mental, and emotional energy be in sync. If staying focused is a consistent problem, determine which of these three is most limiting you and take steps to improve in that area.

Plan A Reward
As you find focusing becoming a habit, look for ways to extend the amount of time you spend on one task without switching. One effective technique is to plan a small reward like a few minutes on social media, handling a task that you really enjoy, or even a few bites of a healthy task.

For more information on booking Jones Loflin for one of your events, check out his page on our website or call our office at 1.800.345.5607.

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Four Thanksgiving Recipes from our Top Celebrity Chefs!

ThanksgivingThanksgiving2 Day is next week and what better way to celebrate than with a list of recipes that your entire family can enjoy. In addition to cooking amazing meals, these four celebrity chefs, Chef Sara Moulton, Chef Missy Chase Lapine, Chef Joey, Altman, Chef Curtis Aikens, are also fantastic keynote speakers who address a wide range of topics such as education, parenting, and nutrition in their presentations. By booking these speakers, organizations gain a new perspective and fresh approaches to the way they interact with others and view the world around them.

Vermont Apple Crisp with Maple Sauce – Chef Sara Moulton

For the topping:
1 cup old-fashioned rolled oats (not quick cooking)
1/3 cup all-purpose flour
1/3 cup firmly packed dark brown sugar
3 tablespoons granulated sugar
1/4 teaspoon table salt
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
6 tablespoons (3/4 stick) unsalted butter, cut into small cubes and chilled

For the filling:
4 to 5 medium apples such as Granny Smith, Golden Delicious, Stayman, or McIntosh
1/2 cup maple syrup, preferably Grade B
1/2 teaspoon  ground cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon freshly grated nutmeg
1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice
1/2 cup chopped dried apricots, preferably California

For the sauce:
1 cup maple syrup, preferably Vermont Grade B
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1/2 cup firmly packed premium vanilla ice cream

Vermont-Apple-Crisp-280x419To make the topping combine the oats, flour, brown sugar, granulated sugar, salt, and cinnamon in a large bowl. Add the butter and, using your fingertips or a pastry blender, mix until well combined. Keep refrigerated until you’re ready to bake the crisp. (The topping can be made up to 2 days in advance.)
When ready to assemble and bake, preheat the oven to 375°F and butter a shallow 2-quart baking dish.
To prepare the filling, peel and core the apples. Thickly slice and place in a large bowl. Add the maple syrup, cinnamon, nutmeg, lemon juice, and apricots. Stir well and spoon into the baking dish. Sprinkle the topping over the apples and bake until the apples are tender and the top is nicely browned, 45 to 50 minutes. Meanwhile prepare the sauce. Combine the syrup, vanilla, and ice cream in a small saucepan. Whisk over medium heat until the mixture is smooth and heated through, about 5 minutes. Remove from the heat and cool slightly. Serve with the crisp while still warm.

Cranberry Apple Turkey – Chef Missy Chase Lapine

– 1 1/2 cups of apple sauce
– 1/2 cup chicken broth
– 1 cup of dried cherries or cranberries
– 1/2 cup of pomegranate juice
– 1 large red onion, pureed or diced
– 1/2 teaspoon each salt and onion powder
– 1 six-ounce can of tomato paste
– 1 turkey breast 4-5 lbs (ideally boneless)


Preheat slow cooker to desired setting.

In the slow cooker pot, mix all ingredients. Add turkey to slow cooker and toss. Cover. Cook 5 hours on low or 2 ½ hours on high.

Remove turkey from slow cooker and serve.

Honey-Roasted Root Vegetables – Chef Joey Altman

1 cup honey
4 medium carrots, cut into ½-inch dice
3 small-medium parsnips, peeled and cut into ½-inch dice
2 medium turnips, peeled and cut into ½-inch dice
2 small-medium rutabagas, peeled and cut into ½-inch dice
1 medium or 2 small red onions, cut into 8 wedges
1 tablespoon unsalted butter
1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice
1 teaspoon fresh thyme or rosemary, chopped medium-fine (optional), plus large sprigs, for garnish
Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper

recipe-73401. Preheat the oven to 400°F. Cook the honey in a large heavy skillet over medium heat until it is thick and dark with large bubbles, about 10 minutes. Stir in the carrots, parsnips, turnips, rutabagas, and onions and cook until the vegetables are deeply glazed, 8 to 10 minutes.

2. Transfer the skillet to the oven and roast until the vegetables are tender and well caramelized, 15 to 20 minutes. (Alternatively, continue cooking and tossing the vegetables on the stove top until they are tender and well glazed, about 25 minutes.)

3. Stir in the butter, lemon juice, and thyme, if using. Season to taste with salt and pepper. (To make ahead, cool then refrigerate in a covered container for up to 2 days. Reheat in a skillet over medium heat, stirring frequently to prevent scorching.)

4. Transfer to a warm platter and decorate with large sprigs of the thyme, if you wish.

Southern Baked Beans – Chef Curtis Aikens

3 slices bacon, chopped
1 large onion, finely chopped
1 (16-ounce) can vegetarian baked beans, drained
¼ cup low-sodium ketchup
3 tablespoons maple syrup
1 tablespoon barbecue sauce
1 tablespoon yellow mustard
1 teaspoon dry mustard

Preheat oven to 350°F.
Spray a small baking dish with nonstick spray.
Cook the bacon in a medium nonstick skillet over medium-high heat until crisp, 3 – 4 minutes.
Transfer to paper towels to drain.
Drain off and discard the fat from the skillet and set over medium-high heat.
Add onion and cook, stirring, until softened, about 7 minutes.
Remove from heat.
Stir in bacon, beans, ketchup, maple syrup, barbecue sauce, yellow mustard, and dry mustard.
Spoon the bean mixture into the baking dish.
Cover loosely with foil and bake until the edges are bubbly and the filling is hot, about 25 minutes.

If you are ready to start searching for your next speaker for an up and coming event, Contact Eagles Talent Speakers Bureau today.

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Client Recommended Speaker of the Week: Lori Greiner, Inventor & Entrepreneur

Why is Lori Greiner the best speaker for your organization?

Lori shark-tank-investor-lori-greiner-explains-the-7-elements-of-a-perfect-pitchGreiner managed to turn one simple idea to a worldwide multi-million dollar brand. As a star on the hit television show “Shark Tank,” Lori has had the unique responsibility of hearing out hundreds of pitches and determining whats right and whats wrong with individual business plans. As a mentor, Lori works closely with different entrepreneurs and lends her exceptional expertise to aid them along their journey.

As a business entrepreneurship and motivational keynote speaker, Lori travels across the nation delivering effective, yet, exhilarating presentations. Not only does she head on of the most popular jewelry and cosmetic organizers of her time, she also have an impressive success rate of 90% of her “Shark Tank” investments. 


When she’s not being an ultra successful entrepreneur, Lori’s prides herself on being a doting humanitarian who encourages everyone around her to “pay it forward.” In today’s economy, Lori’s unique success story provides a blueprint that all Americans can accomplish with the right amount of hard work and determination. Lori shares this determination with others and reflects them in her best selling books and keynote engagements alike!
For more information on booking Lori Greiner for one of your events, check out her page on our website or call our office at 1.800.345.5607.
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Top Ten Business Entrepreneurship Speakers for National Entrepreneurship Month

Did you know that November is top 10 logoNational Entrepreneurship Month?

At Eagles Talent, our reputation as a quality speakers bureau gives us insight into the needs of companies around the globe. Having worked with many business entrepreneurship speakers, these ten highly requested keynote speakers provide organizations with information filled content that greatly benefits business leaders and corporations alike. 

1. Dr. Traci Lynn

Dr. Traci Lynn has one clear mission in mind: to motivate and inspire change. Since then, Dr. Lynn has traveled all around the nation, changing the way people approach life, work, and happiness. Through her empowering keynote presentations, audience members gather a sense of urgency and reproach their outlook on every aspect of their lives.


2. Bill Rancic

Bill Rancic rose to prominence as the first ever winner of NBC’s, The Apprentice. Since then, he’s become one of the most sought after keynote speakers on the topic of entrepreneurship and how to take your organization to the next level!


3. Peter Ricchiuti

Peter Ricchiuti is a financial market expert whose unique insight into the economy gives organizations a fresh new perspective on how to utilize and recognize emerging trends in the marketplace.


4. Zubin Damania

Zubin Damania is a health and entrepreneurship expert whose Youtube videos have gained mass acclaim for their entertaining way of explaining the healthcare industry. Using personal anecdotes, Zubin uses his success story to inspire hope and change across people of all industries.


5. Barry Farber

Barry Farber is a sales guru who has experience training over 500,000 salespeople and providing exceptional solutions to help grow organizations across hundreds of sectors. By focusing on the art of breaking through, Barry’s keynote presentations emphasize the importance of achieving the impossible and pushing yourself to the best of your abilities.


6. Steven Little

Steven Little is a highly recommended expert on the topics of business growth and maximizing opportunities. He provides noteworthy information that helps business leaders achieve excellent solutions to help catapult them to the next level.


7. George Hedley

Due to his determination and business expertise, George Hedley was able to turn $500 to a $50 million construction business within seven years. Today, George is a nationally recognized speaker who gives insight into the world of entrepreneurship and successful business ownership.


8. Mark Thompson

Mark Thompson is the CEO of Virgin Unite Mentors which grants him the unique ability to work alongside business leaders such as Sir Richard Branson. With his charisma, applicable advice and impressive resume, Mark Thompson guides companies towards success aimed at all levels of organization.


9. Phil Hansen

Phil Hansen draws, literally and figuratively, from his own experiences of overcoming adversity to provide an inspiring message to audiences everywhere. Having being featured on shows such as Good Morning America, the Rachel Ray Show, and Last Call with Carson Daly, Phil’s one of a kind skills have the ability to captivate the masses as he demonstrates the dreams you can achieve with just the right amount of hard work and determination.


10. Josh Linker

New York Times Bestselling Author Josh Linker uses his creativity and innovative skills to encourage human progress. Emphasizing the importance of creativity, Josh’s keynote presentations challenge the status quo and encourages business leaders to consider the importance of technology, the future, and the impact it will have on your company.

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Astronaut Keynote Speaker Mike Mullane to Make Appearance on the Science Channel

STS-27 crew viewing shuttle after landingTeam Building keynote speaker Mike Mullane will be featured on The Science Channel’s series “Secret Space Escapes,” premiering on November 10th at 10 p.m. Building upon his expertise, Mike Mullane shares his wealth of knowledge which he experienced on STS-27…the second mission after the Challenger disaster.

STS-27 tile damage 1“During the launch of that mission, our heat shield tiles were extensively damaged and we narrowly missed destruction during the 3000 degree reentry (the press release says “5000 degrees”, which is an error),” says Mullane. “I’ve attached some photos of the damage.  After landing, NASA had to replace 700 of the tiles, by far the most serious heat shield damage before Columbia was lost in 2003 due to its heat shield damage.”

STS-27 tile damage 3 (5)This television program allows users to catch a glimpse of astronauts exploring outer space, experiencing life threatening challenges and overcoming near death experiences. Through the telling of their first hand accounts, viewers get to ride on the exhilarating roller coaster that is a matter of life and death for these unique individuals.

495751main_ED10-0302-16Colonel Mullane uses his near fatal experience to inspire audiences to maintain safety and trust the team around you. His keynote presentations also incorporates stories of his time with his crew and spreads knowledge on teamwork, and the importance of leadership. His message reaches people from all walks of life as he gives unique insight into how not to only explore space, but explore potential in every aspect of life. With missions from Vietnam, to mountain tops and even space, Mike Mullane knows how to touch people in every corner of the universe.
For more information on booking Mike Mullane for one of your events, check out his page on our website or call our office at 1.800.345.5607.
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How Your Organization Can Grow With Social Media!

Every day there social-media-is-sound-CRE-marketing-practiceseems to be a new social media platform that pops up on the market. While it might become a hassle trying to keep up with the newest and latest technology, companies are now finding a way to use these new emerging markets to their advantage.

As you know, marketing is vital to the success of a company. This is where technology comes in. Digital marketing, which is fairly not new to the playing field, is becoming one of the main channels where companies are branding themselves.


Take Twitter for example. When Twitter first came on the market, companies found themselves in a tizzy coming up with ways to utilize their image in 140 characters or less. Now, Twitter appeals to the average person with a short attention span. Twitter forces companies to get directly to the point and challenges them to come up with more content in less words.


If you’re a visual based organization, this is the perfect app for you. Instagram gives audiences a unique look behind the scenes at the company. Whether it’s fancy events, large conventions, or even your italicized name on a Starbucks drink, Instagram is changing the way we view pictures. 


Facebook is perhaps the most popular of all the social media platforms. Organization-friendly, Facebook allows users to establish a company page, complete with a mission statement and updates to your company to keep audiences interested in your brand. On Facebook, customers also have the option to leave reviews about your establishment, which offers perspective customers insight into how your business operates and the testimonies that arise from it.


Fairly new to the market, Pinterest is a virtual pin board that allows you to create various boards and “pin” your interests and creative ideas all collectively in one place. The unique aspect about Pinterest is that images lead back to the original site which, in turn, could be used as a tool to drive traffic back to your website. Seems like something your company needs? Then Pinterest is the place for you.


Tumblr is revolutionizing the way people post blogs. With the unique ability to “reblog” items, content spreads rapidly through the internet through interblog sharing which allows your material to reach wider audiences.

So now that we’ve broke down some of the most popular social media sites, here is a keynote speaker that can help you utilize your multiple platforms to further grow your company:

John C. Havens

john_c_havens_keynote_speakerJohn C. Havens is a nationally renown technology expert who shares his unique research to give organizations insight about utilizing technology to further grow your organization. Building upon pratical solutions, John’s objective is to help organizations all over the globe apply media strategies to maximize your company’s happiness.

If you are ready to start searching for your next speaker for an up and coming event, Contact Eagles Talent Speakers Bureau today.

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Meet 10 of the Best Keynote Speakers in the $15,000-$20,000 Budget Range!

Do you have an exact budget but are unsure of which speaker to choose for your next event? Well, if that is you, here is a helpful list of ten of the most sought after keynote speakers in the budget range of $15,000-$20,000. As keynote speaking experts, these ten individuals speak on topics ranging from business, to healthcare, to motivation and more!

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1. Connie Podesta

Only a few speakers have the insight of a psychologist to speak to your deepest needs. Fortunately, Connie Podesta is one of them. As a humorist and leadership speaker, Connie taps into her inner therapist to encourage your audience members to produce the bet results possible in life.


2. Cam Marston

Cam Marston is an expert on leading generational diversity and generating excellent ideas on how to drive sales and promote growth within an organization. With the utilization of facts and personal anecdotes, Cam masters the art of success as his presentations guide audience members on how to grow in the workplace.


3. Walter Bond

As a former NBA player, Walter Bond knows everything there is to know about teamwork. Using his background in basketball, Walter delivers dynamic presentations on accountability and working to your peak performance. With Walter Bond as your speaker, your audience members will leave encouraged with a new insight on how to better interact and utilize the environment around them.


4. Afterburner

Afterburner Inc. is a team of military elite professionals who dedicate themselves to helping organizations reach their highest level of performance. Building upon their combat experience, the Afterburners bring their top level expertise to building up morale and ensuring that your audience members improve their execution by staying one step ahead of their competition.


5. Charlie Plumb

Charlie Plumb is a former Vietnam War veteran and P.O.W. who’s story demonstrates the attainability of overcoming adversity and surviving any obstacles put in your way. As one of the most requested and sought after keynote speakers, Charlie Plumb’s presentations provide motivation and compassion on how to deal with difficulties use them to catapult you to success.


6. Loretta LaRoche

Laughter is the best medicine and Loretta LaRoche is a shining example of this. As an acclaimed speaker and author, Loretta aims to advocate for fun and light hearted humor that could alleviate stress and encourage people to work to the best of their abilities. Her energetic presentation invigorates attendees and teaches them the art of optimism and resilience.


7. Ian Morrison

Ian Morrison is an internationally known futurist who specializes in the field of healthcare and global issues. Ian combines his unique research with real and practical philosophies that help engage even the most disinterested person in the well being of their future.


8. Todd Buchholz

As a former senior economic advisor to the White House, Todd Buchholz thoroughly explains global politics and financial markets in a well articulated way that reaches every corner of the earth. Todd understands the challenges that faces today’s economy and provides practical solutions on how to tackle these issues.


9. Vince Poscente

Vince Poscente is a visionary who builds upon his massive communication skills to provide high energy leadership to executives and organizations alike. As a former Olympian, Vince Poscente helps companies reach their goals and align their vision to achieve all of their objectives.


10. Mark Sanborn

Mark Sanborn is one of the most sought after thought leaders in the world of motivation and customer service. As the former president of the National Speakers Association, Mark’s experience contributes to his carefully thought out and highly inspirational keynote presentations that has earned him the award of The Cavett, the highest honor bestowed by the National Speakers Association.

Looking for more speakers? Check out more of our top ten lists here!

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