Top Ten Education Keynote Speakers in Honor of International World Teachers’ Day

Did you know that today is International World Teachers’ Day? This is a day to celebrate all of the amazing contributions that teachers have made to our societies. In honor of this day, here is a list of the top ten highly recommended education speakers!

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1. Harvey Alston

Harvey Alston is a seasoned veteran in the keynote speaking arena. With over 20 years of experience, Harvey strives to uplift audiences with his dynamic presentations and vibrant wisdom. With an interactive and lively message, attendees leave with a fresh perspective on change, growth, and responsibility.


2. Dr. Samuel Betances

Dr. Samuel Betances is a biracial, bicultural, and bilingual individual who has had the unique ability to work across the nation and in various countries around the world. As a keynote speaker, Dr. Betances encourages fun and interactive group exercises that emphasize the importance of responsibility and working to the best of your ability.


3. Stephen Birchak

After working in education for over 25 years, Dr. Stephen “Bird” Birchak, or Dr. Bird, has immense learned experience with teaching the younger generation the importance of tapping into their potential and using it to their advantage. By teaching children the value of their worth, Dr. Bird aids in building character and confidence in many people, young and old, in and outside of the classroom.


4. Dr. Adolph Brown

Dr. Adolph Brown is a former public school educator who has worked side-by-side with some of this nations most successful leaders and educators. With his upbeat and energetic content, Dr. Brown draws upon his personal experiences to invoke hope, inspiration and enthusiasm among your attendees. 


5. Coach Ken Carter

Coach Ken Carter is a dynamic individual who single handily turned his famed high school basketball team around with tough, yet effective measures which inspired the hit blockbuster movie Coach Carter. Today, Coach Ken Carter uses his success as a testimony of how with hard work and dedication, you can break down just about any barrier in your way. 


6. Tim Clue

Tim Clue is a high performing, witty keynote speaker with an unforgettable message. As a comedian, Tim blends humor with a powerful corporate message that surely gets audiences raving as they leave enamored with his animated presentations.


7. Phil Hansen

Popularly known as “the Artist for the People,” Phil Hansen is internationally known as an artist, author, keynote speaker, and state-of-the-art innovator. Despite having developing a tremor in his drawing hand, Phil refused to be discouraged, finding a way to embrace his adversity and turn it into triumph. As a speaker, he encourages audiences everywhere that no matter the circumstance, they can prevail.


8. Dr. Rosita Lopez

Dr. Rosita Lopez is a brilliant and accomplished keynote speaker who speaks on various topics from education reform to corporate and public governance. Delivering inspirational and illuminating keynote speeches, Dr. Lopez educates audiences on the importance of diversity in companies, as well as in various aspects of life, as well as the importance of education at every level and its’ impact on society. 


9. Consuelo Castillo Kickbusch

Consuelo Castillo Kickbush continues to tour the world as an in-demand speaker who draws upon her experience as an army veteran to inspire Americans to live up to their fullest potentials. By sharing her story of coming from humble beginnings and immigrant roots, Consuelo provides a light of hope to demonstrate to everyone that no matter what circumstance, you can succeed. 


10. Charles Petty

Dr. Charles Petty fuses the perfect blend of education mixed with ideal comedic timing to make a profound and lasting impact on audiences in every organization. Using his ability to identify key issues within individuals, families, and companies alike, Dr. Petty’s timeless advice provides long term messages that can be applied in every aspect of one’s life.

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Make More Mistakes If You Want To Be Successful by Jones Loflin, Stress Management Speaker

Achievements don’t come easily. Often times, mistakes will be made, but how could we capitalize off of our mistakes? Luckily, Stress Management keynote speaker and author Jones Loflin provides us with tools on how to turn our mishaps into powerful catalysts for success. 

PDS+2014+Jones+LoflinWhile we marvel at the success of individuals and organizations, there’s an uncomfortable truth most of the leaders share that we would like to avoid: We must make a significant number of mistakes if we want to be successful.

Whether it’s a choice about how we will lead our team, solve a problem, or navigate change, our preference would be to only take action when there is little chance for failure. We want to avoid false starts, confusion, and appearing like we don’t have all the answers. The irony is that it’s that failure, that mistake, that is so often the key to finding the right solution.

If your stomach churns and head starts pounding when you are considering a course of action that might end in failure, remember these six benefits of making the incorrect choice:

Mistakes help you discover who you truly are. If you aren’t making any, you have no idea of your potential for growth, learning, or your limitations. You also are robbing yourself of the tremendous opportunity to clarify your purpose and passion not only for your work, but for your personal success.

Mistakes are essential to letting go of fear. Growing up, there was one room in our home that had the “pull chain” light fixture. You had to get to the center of the room before you could turn on the light. I’ll never forget the day I finally mustered the courage move through the darkness and pull the chain. That one simple act allowed me to enter future unknown spaces with less fear. Moving beyond our comfort zone always lessens our fears and gives us greater confidence to tackle future uncertainties.

Mistakes are essential to succeeding in a complex environment. In The Wisdom Of Deliberate Mistakes, the authors write: “The more complex an environment becomes, the less likely you are to understand it completely. Intentional mistakes can help you see the weaknesses of your mental models and explore other ways of approaching a problem.” Few workplace or life challenges have simple and straightforward solutions. Determining the best course of action will often come from a “learning by doing” approach as opposed to in-depth analysis and trying to avoid making the incorrect choice.

Mistakes help you make better future choices. As I wrote in Five Ways To Fail In Times Of Change, mistakes give us a chance to examine the “why” behind our choice, and see if we need to use a different methodology when pondering our next course of action. For example, if many of your mistakes are the result of not seeking advice from someone before “taking the leap,” perhaps it’s time to more proactively seek guidance from others.

Mistakes make you more humble. There is a sense of arrogance that can envelop you when you are only attempting those things at which you know you will be successful. Something in life will eventually knock you down, and knowing how to cope with that is difficult if you haven’t experienced setbacks in the past. Bill Gates captured this idea brilliantly when he said, Success is a lousy teacher. It seduces smart people into thinking they can’t lose.

Mistakes ensure you live life with less regrets. If you listen to people talk about their regrets in their career and life, there is a three letter word that usually follows, “I regret.” The word? “Not.” Rarely do we regret the things we did do.

Where do you need to make more mistakes? As a leader, are you creating the environment where people are comfortable making mistakes to find a better solution?

In life, it’s rarely about the chances you get; it’s about the chances you take

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Client Requested Speaker of the Week: Archie Manning, NFL Legend & Humanitarian

Why are clients rushing to book Archie Manning?

archieAs a legendary former quarterback for the New Orleans Saints, keynote speaker Archie Manning knows a thing or two about teamwork. Using years of experience and knowledge from the NFL, Archie takes valuable lessons learned on, and off the field, and applies them to real world issues that pertain to just about every organization. As a well rounded entertainer, Archie is not only a former NFL player, but a successful family man, businessman and humanitarian, receiving numerous awards for his charitable contributions.

When he’s not busy building an empire with his two superstar sons, Eli and Peyton Manning, Archie travels around the world as an in demand keynote speaker on topics such as leadership, team building, sports and more. Audience members benefit from his fresh and straightforward approach and apply them to various aspects of their lives, allowing them to tackle any obstacle in their way.

Program Details

  • NFL War Stories 
  • Personal Management 
  • Principles for Success

For more information on booking Archie Manning 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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Celebrate National Wild Rice Month with Celebrity Chef, Martin Yan

Did you know that September is National Wild Rice Month? In honor of this month, here is a recipe for Artichokes Stuffed with Savory Wild Rice from Celebrity Chef and author, Martin Yan.


3428-1_0-300x189• 3½ cups reduced-sodium chicken broth
• ¾ cup California wild rice
• ¾ cup jasmine or other long-grain white rice
• 2 Tablespoons olive oil
• 1 medium onion, chopped
• 2 cloves garlic, minced or pressed
• 1 6.5 ounce jar marinated artichoke hearts, chopped, reserving liquid
• 1 Tablespoon minced, fresh oregano or ½ teaspoon dried oregano
• 2 teaspoons finely grated lemon peel
• 1 cup crumbled feta cheese
• ½ cup thinly sliced green onions
Cooking Instructions:

Rinse wild rice in a colander under cool running water until water runs clear. Add wild rice to boiling broth (or water with 2 teaspoons salt) in a 1½ – quart saucepan and return to a boil. Reduce heat; cover and simmer 45 to 50 minutes, or until kernels burst and wild rice is tender. Drain excess liquid, if necessary, and cool wild rice. You should have 2 cups cooked wild rice.
Meanwhile, trim off the stems, fibrous lower leaves and prickly tops from the artichokes. Rub all cut surfaces with the lemon wedge. Place artichokes in a steamer and steam over boiling water for about 30 minutes, or until a petal near center pulls out easily. Remove from steamer, cut each artichoke in half lengthwise and scrape out fuzzy choke. Set halves aside.
Place a wok or sauté pan over medium-high heat until hot. Add vegetable oil, stirring to coat. Add ham, bell pepper and green onions; stir-fry for 1 minute. Add cooked wild rice, soy sauce, sesame oil, salt and white pepper and toss to mix well. Fill artichoke halves with stir-fried wild rice mixture. Serve warm.

04-martin_yanAs an author, cooking instructor and the host of over 3,500 cooking shows, Chef Martin Yan brings his diverse expertise to the world of culinary arts. Martin Yan’s presentations are not only fun, but informative, as he explains the various cultures and practices that most accompany a dish. With his charisma, humor, and vast knowledge, Chef Martin Yan is sure to be a hit for every audience.

For more information on booking Chef Martin Yan 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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Client Requested Speaker of the Week: Leadership Expert Consuelo Castillo Kickbusch

Why you should book Consuelo Castillo Kickbusch for your next event.

images copyConsuelo Castillo Kickbusch is one of the nations most renown and charismatic keynote speakers. She empowers just about everyone who hears her message. Her speaking engagements include: colleges, corporations, government institutions and more! Consuelo draws upon her vibrant background to give expert insight on the topics of education, leadership, and diversity.

As a military veteran, she speaks first hand about the value of ethics and hard work that can drives organizations to success. Despite being born in poverty, Consuelo still spreads her wealth of knowledge in her keynote presentations; perfectly tailored for every type of audience.

Here are some of her program topics:

  • Living Our Legacy
    Consuelo Castillo Kickbusch inspires and challenges the participants to become living legends in their personal and professional lives. Using a humorous, heart-warming style, she encourages leaders to be authentic, passionate, ethical and to lead with the soul.
  • Servant Leadership: A New Call To Duty
    As a leadership speaker who brings powerful messages, a dynamic presenting style, and a passion for inspiring future generations, Lt. Col. Consuelo Castillo Kickbusch delivers a thought-provoking speech. She often says, “Leadership is not about you. Leadership is about serving.”
  • Going Forward Without Forgetting Avanzando Y No Olvidando
    This keynote focuses on reflecting on ones traditions and values of times past and their importance in our development and growth today.
  • Valuing Diversity
    This keynote provides participants with the different dimensions of diversity in today’s environment. Learning to accommodate cultural differences is important for managers and employees in order to be successful in the work environment.

For more information on booking Consuelo Castillo Kickbusch 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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Celebrate National Mushroom Month with a Recipe From Dr. Janet Brill, Nutrition and Fitness Expert

Did you know September is National Mushroom Month?

In honor of this month, here’s a recipe for Roasted Mushrooms with Sundried Tomatoes from Health & Wellness Speaker, Dr. Janet Brill!


low-calorie-recipes-roasted-mushrooms-with-sundried-tomatoes-11 lb of baby bell mushrooms (or white mushrooms), washed, halved
1 Tablespoon of extra virgin olive oil
½ tsp of cracked black pepper
½ tsp of dried basil
½ tsp of dried oregano
½ tsp of dried thyme
½ tsp of dried rosemary
½ cup of sun-dried tomatoes, chopped
Optional: ¼ tsp of red pepper flakes


Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees F.
In a large bowl, mix all the ingredients together except the sun-dried tomatoes.
Spread mushroom mixture onto a baking sheet and place in the oven.
Roast the mushrooms for 30 minutes.
Place the mushrooms in a large bowl and add the sun-dried tomatoes.
Serve hot or cold.

4d847204757c8b2a13b43c17ab20d185Dr. Janet Brill is a renown expert in the health industry and a highly recommended keynote speaker on the topics of Nutrition, Inspiration and Fitness. With a doctorate in exercise physiology, audiences can rest assure that Dr. Brill practices exactly what she preaches, demonstrating her medical expertise laced with a dose of motivation to give your attendees that well needed boost of self confidence in the workplace and beyond. 

For more information on booking Dr. Janet Brill 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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Achieve the Impossible with Educational Expert Rosita Lopez

Has someone ever told you that you cannot accomplish your goals?


Every child dreams of becoming something extraordinary when they grow up, whether it be a doctor, an FBI agent, or even the President of the United States. Sadly, in many minority communities, these dreams are often shot down by those who cannot fathom the idea of them becoming successful. Here is where representation comes into play. As a child, Dr. Rosita Lopez dreamed a great dream of becoming a doctor, but was quickly shot down by a teacher who succumbed to the notions that these things just weren’t in reach for average Hispanic Americans. Such “dream busters,” as Rosita puts it, subvert the aspirations of children everywhere, making an effort to put a limit on their goals.

Luckily for Rosita, she did not let such dream busters get into her way. Despite dropping out of high school, Rosita went on to earn her doctorate in education and become one of the world’s most sought after keynote speakers. Today, Dr. Lopez serves as a testimony for Hispanics everywhere that hard work and determination can get you just about anywhere in life. Despite her accent and immigrant roots, Dr. Lopez has achieved immense success in her field of education and an expert keynote speaker on the topics of women’s issues, cultural diversity, and more. 

Drawing upon personal experiences, Rosita’s story resonates with many audiences around the world, Hispanics and non-Hispanics alike, who have been constantly told that they cannot achieve their dreams or that their goals were unrealistic. Though there’s an immense lack of media representation of successful Hispanics, Dr. Lopez has made it her mission to shatter every stereotype and societal norm that has been unfairly imposed upon her life, circumventing any fragment of untapped potential.

Her keynote addresses inspire companies and organizations to embrace diversity and make a conscious effort to deviate away from becoming the same type of dream buster that almost caused her to forgo her desires for success. Her vibrant keynote addresses and sound solutions to the issues facing today’s society makes her the perfect speaker for any event, galvanizing and energizing everyone who hears her powerful message.

For more information on booking Rosita Lopez 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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Create an Organizational Barometer for Selecting Your Next Keynote Speaker

Wouldn’t it be nice if you could pick a keynote speaker like you would a candy bar out of a vending machine – or buying a song on iTunes? We are in an automated age, but those of you who book speakers for your conferences know you can’t switch to autopilot, as there’s too much at stake.

Just having a goal to find a great speaker is not enough for meetings these days. Your eye has to be set on value points that you can talk about in your speaker selection meeting to help select the right speaker.

Whether you’re in a group-committee setting, or working directly with company leadership to develop value points, you need to turn on your organizational barometer to have a successful meeting. You must ensure there’s internal buy-in with the speaker selection and everyone involved is on the same page (for the good of your company or association).

We are often asked which value points should be included when selecting speakers. Here are five value points you can implement immediately for your next speaker selection meeting.

1. Generation Gap
If you are a corporate group, take a deep look into the age of your employees attending, which speaker will connect best them? For associations, your are retaining attendees for future conferences, and hoping to grow with new attendees. Don’t take your eye off the ball – serve your membership – which speaker will best help them? By providing the value for your current members, you will have a much easier time selling value to potential new members. However, make sure you have real data on what generations you serve in your membership. Expectations between Baby Boomers and Millennials can be vastly different.

2. Education (big message vs. nuts and bolts)
This barometer is not only about input vs. output. It’s a deep look into each session and determining where you will provide a broad message for a large group compared to a higher-level thinking in breakout/concurrent sessions. When putting the meeting together, you have to understand when your attendees need to be inspired and presented with big concept ideas in a keynote, and when they need an interactive session and deep-dive education in a workshop. Too much of each could have the attendees wanting more education, or feeling like their brain will explode. You should talk about what goal you have for the entire conference, and then each session. Balance in education is an art and science.

3. Revenue or Expense
This is a question of filling the seats vs. a built-in audience. Are your attendees company employees and MUST attend the conference (hence, it’s an expense)? Or, is it membership driven and you’re working to retain and grow (revenue for the association)? In both cases, the speaker must have value. Are you looking at a speaker to get your employees excited about being present – and more importantly will be able to deliver true value to them? Or, will promoting a specific keynote speaker play a part in getting your members to register? Above all, your members AND employees expect continued education and actionable items to help be successful in their industry. Remember, if you’re a corporate group, the conference is an expense, but the ROI is employee performance, which you hope provides revenue in the future.

4. Budget vs. Sponsorship
Most keynote speakers have quite a range in their fees. A general rule of thumb is, the more you know a speaker’s name (celebrity, sports star, best-selling author), the higher the fee. That is half the reality – the other half is what will your budget allow? Again, it comes back to what kind of speaker will bring the most value to your attendees. One of the big reasons our clients work with a speakers bureau like us is because we know who the best speakers are in their budget range. In your internal meetings, you have to decide how much you can allocate towards a speaker. If the one you desire is above your budget, you will have to determine how you can obtain the money. Is your budget going more towards your attendees’ hunger or learning? We’re not advocating one less meal, but take note of what is most important. If you need extra funds for a specific speaker, you should talk about sponsorships – finding unique partners to help offset the costs for the right keynote speaker (and yes, more food).

5. Past Feedback
The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over – and expecting the same results. The past has value, and if your team examines it, you have the ability to make successful changes for the future (after all, that’s what you’re trying to promote for your attendees). Keep data on who your home-run speakers have been, or not-so-great speakers. Most organizations provide evaluations for their attendees. Don’t ignore them. Put aside any personal feelings on how you selected the last speaker and listen to your attendees. Also, if you’re working with a speakers bureau, listen to them about past experiences with speakers you’re considering.


There are many other variables to consider in your speaker-selection meetings, but we hope this gives you a framework for a more actionable meeting. If we can help your team with this process, let us know.

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Why You Need Event Managers, Like Ann Rubin!

Congrats! You booked a keynote speaker with Eagles Talent Speakers Bureau! Now what?i-have-no-idea-20961158


Now comes the easy part … we’ll take it from here! Our team is filled with some of the most knowledgeable and efficient experts in the industry! Experts like our very own Ann Rubin… 

Ann joined Eagles Talent back in 2008. Prior to joining Eagles Talent, Ann spent 10 years working in public television on public affairs and entertainment programming.

We asked Ann for a quick insight in understanding the role an event manager has in helping clients after they book a speaker. With several years of experience under her belt, Ann provided the perfect look into the process of handling an event.

“Once our account executive works with the client to choose the speaker/entertainer for their date, I assist by issuing final contracts and invoices, as well as publicity materials to help promote the appearance,” Ann said.

By completing these tasks, event managers lessen the stress of the event planner all while making sure the process goes as smooth as possible for all parties involved.

Furthermore, Ann states that “event managers are the go-to people for any logistical questions the client or speaker may have,” she says. “We can assist with books sales and conference calls, and of course, provide a final itinerary for the upcoming event to ensure that everyone is on the same page!”

Luckily for you, our team is dedicated to client satisfaction, and the moment you book with us you are apart of our team!

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 $10,000-$15,000 Budget Range!

Get the most out of your money with these top ten speakers in the range of $10,000-$15,000. 

These top-rated speakers, speak on a range of topics, such as: global issues, the economy, overcoming adversity and much more!top 10 logo

1. Scott Deming

Scott Deming is a creative force in the world of marketing, communication and service strategies. As a speaker, Scott shows companies how to foster individual relationships with customers and provides tools and tips to ensure that every potential client is a lifelong customer.


2. Todd Buchholz

As one of the world’s leading economists, Todd Buchholz brings his top notch expertise to audience around the world, speaking on topics such as the economy, financial markets, and politics. Bringing his unique sense of wit and humor, audiences walk away with a wealth of knowledge and sense of eagerness to become more productive in the workforce.


3. Don Reynolds

As an unapologetic optimist, Don Reynolds provides an alternative perspective on the economy and it’s impact on the future.


4. Mike Rayburn

Mike Rayburn is truly one of a kind. Drawing experience from his life as an adventurer, comedian, published songwriter, author, philanthropist, and father, Mike fuses together the perfect keynote address that everyone in the room can thoroughly comprehend. From music to motivating, Mike is one keynote speaker that will make an intense impact on your audience.


5. Robert Stevenson

Not many speakers can say that they’ve had the unique experience of speaking next to renown politicians such as President George H.W. Bush and Secretary of State Colin Powell. That’s what makes Robert Stevenson stand out from the crowd. As a keynote speaker, Robert shares tools on how companies can maximize their opportunities by adapting to the world’s ever changing business environment.


6. Steve Gilliland

As one of the most sought-after speakers in the world, Steve Gilliland delivers wildly entertaining and informative keynote addresses that inspires audiences to take control of their lives. With the unique ability to captivate the masses, Steve leaves audiences in awe and continues to dominate as one of the world’s leading keynote speakers.


7. Dr. Barry Asmus

Dr. Barry Asmus is a revolutionary keynote speaker who knows the value of the importance global issues and their impact on the economy. Perfect for every audience, Barry provides real world answers and real world solutions to some of the biggest problems facing our nation.


8. Charlie Plumb

No one has overcame adversity quite like Charlie Plumb. As a former Vietnam War captive, Charlie uses his experience as a testimony to audiences that it is always possible to achieve the impossible. His unique story provides hope and inspiration to companies and audiences alike. 


9. Rocky Bleier

Rocky Bleier has had the unique experience of not only being drafted into the NFL, but also into the US Army. As a Vietnam War vet, Rocky Bleier shares his experience of courage and determination to offer a light of hope to those in need. As a keynote speaker, Rocky captivates audiences, leaving them in awe and motivating them to be the best that they can be in all walks of life.


10. John Amatt

John Amatt knows all about challenges. This record setting mountain climber draws upon his outdoor experience and inspires audiences to reach new heights, whether they’re out in the work force, or even climbing mountain tops!

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