Here is the most extensive list of Best Motivational Speakers in India. We have created this list after a very long research and survey of hundreds of participants. This list is in no way a ranking of the best motivational speakers in India, they all have different styles, methods, areas of expertise and target audiences.
Naseer Khan is the most sought after speaker for international conventions and live events with large audiences.
He is called a transformational speaker because he uses NLP (Neuro-linguistic Programming, Human Psychology, Hypnosis and music along with his extraordinary oratory in order to create lasting change in participants.
Companies hire him when they need more than just a pump-up; something deeper and longer lasting.
Naseer is the founder of Elevate Global Training Solutions and author of The Gift of Happiness and Success. His clientele includes Fortune500 companies and government organizations all over the world.
Vivek Bindra is a famous Youtuber in India. He is mainly known for his case study videos on small businesses.
Vivek Bindra is the founder of Bada Business. He is said to have an honourary doctorate from a private university in Sri Lanka.
Sonu Sharma is a leading motivational speaker in India known for his training for MLM (multi level marketing) sales people. He is popular among Hindi speaking crowd on Youtube.
Sandeep Maheshwari is an Indian motivational speaker with the highest number of subscribers on Youtube. He mainly talks about general motivation for youth.
Jaggi Vasudev is a spiritual leader and famous motivational speaker in India. He speaks on religious and spiritual topics and has a very large following. His perspective on life – to be an observer, rather than a participant in difficult situations, has made him hugely popular with the young religious people in India and outside.
Yogesh Chabria grew up the really hard way selling toys at the age of five, comics and clothes in school and engaging in door to door selling at the age of sixteen. His motto of bouncing back from difficult situations – “Every time you fall, you can either stay down or get up stronger”– has made him the most sought-after motivational speaker.
Shiv Khera is a popular author. Born in a business family that operated coal mines, he has in his early years, worked as a car washer, a life insurance agent, and a franchise operator before becoming a motivational speaker. He is also the author of the popular book, ”You can win“ and currently lives in New Delhi. He travels all over the world to deliver motivational seminars.
Dr. Ujjwal is a popular motivational speaker who largely delivers all his speeches in Hindi and has been felicitated by 15 prestigious awards including the Best Corporate Trainer of India, and Kamal Patra among many others.
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Madaan is a prominent comedian and actor, who conducts his sessions in Hinglish. (A mixture of Hindi and English). With over 39 years of experience in the field of motivational speaking, he specializes in life skills, communication skills, self-confidence, positive thinking, anger management, time management, leadership skills and sales skills. He’s among top Hindi motivational speakers on Youtube.
Priya started writing at an early age and won several accolades for essay writing contests in school. A regular columnist for many magazines, she’s one of the popular motivational speakers in India. Known for her fire-walking sessions, Priya Kumar is also a best-selling author of several books.
Ankur Warikoo is famous for his recurring Youtube ads. From an aspiring physicist and astronaut to life as a management consultant, and then a motivational speaker in India – he has come a long way! Named one of India’s Forbes 40 Under 40. He is an active inspirational speaker and makes time to speak to an audience at least once every week.
A performance coach as well as a motivational speaker, Simerjeet Singh is popular among college youth; his program “Coach on campus” is a hit among them. He had no prior experience when he started as a motivational speaker. Now, he is not only the top 10 motivational speakers in India, but also renowned as an international speaker. He has inspired millions with his more than one thousand programs, keynotes, workshops, and videos.
Chetan Bhagat is a well known motivational speaker in India, but he’s mainly an author. He has served as a popular columnist for The Times Of India and Dainik Bhaskar. many of his novels have been made into Bollywood movies.
Dr. Deepak Chopra was born in Delhi, India but he’s famous all around the world. He also moved to America to practice medical profession. As he grew older his interest shifted into spirituality. He is founder of The Chopra Foundation, a non-profit entity for research on well-being and humanitarianism, and Chopra Global, a modern-day health company at the intersection of science and spirituality.
He has retired from his profession of a doctor and now he is a full-time motivational speaker and author.
One of the popular motivational speakers in India, Shivani Verma or Sister Shivani ( Shivani Didi) is a teacher in the Brahma Kumaris spiritual movement in India.
Initially, she worked backstage at the production of Brahma Kumaris’ television presentations in Delhi, where senior teachers would record the teachings. Then in 2007, due to the unavailability of other teachers, she was asked to start answering the viewers’ queries herself.
Shivani received the Women of the Decade Achievers Award by ASSOCHAM Ladies League in 2014[ and the Nari Shakti Award in 2018.
Sneh Desai is a motivational speaker who talks about money, health, financial education, life management, etc. He became a Microsoft Certified Professional at the age of 12.
Desai’s training company has been awarded among ‘Top Educational Institutes of India’ by Sandesh Media Group. Through his Sneh Dham Trust (NGO), he conducts 100 days of FREE training programmes in a year. Green Revolution and “Feed-in-Need” initiative are also part of his contribution.
How to become a top motivational speaker?
As the name suggests, a motivational speaker is someone who will inspire, push, and help people advance themselves.
Motivational speakers are often invited for specific programs, conferences, conventions, seminars, etc., to address their audience on a specific topic, they use various speech tactics to inspire them. Motivational speakers do more than merely talking on the stage. They also bring out new ideas and energize the group by covering various domains, from business, life skills, personality development to social services.
Do you not know how to speak to large crowds? Do you feel nervous even when you speak at small gatherings? Do you want to become a famous motivational speaker? You can! Yes, it’s possible. Follow the following steps:
1. Define Your Area Of Expertise
Find out your passion. What do you love? What are you good at? Zero in on what you’ll talk about as a motivational speaker. Can yo share ideas on fitness, finances, law of attraction, marketing, or how to grow business? What’s your expertise?
2. Identify Your Target Audience
Since you have figured out what you want to say, now you’ll be able to determine who would benefit from hearing your motivational speaking. What age are the people who need to hear your message? What’s their career? Where are they?
Focusing on your target audience will also help you determine what examples and stories you should use to communicate your points most effectively.
3. Gain Public Speaking Skills
Knowing what to say as a motivational speaking is important. But learning how to say it is even more important. Invest some serious time and energy into improving your public speaking skills. Learning from experts, like the best motivational speakers on YouTube, is always a good idea because those speakers have firsthand experience to share.
4. Learn The Art Of Speech Writing
Now, as a motivational speaker, you know who your crowd is, it’s time to master the art of speech writing so you can amaze your audience.
You can generally think of speeches as having three sections — the introduction, the body, and the conclusion. Start out by learning how to write strong introductions. You can’t become a top motivational speaker by rephrasing old ideas. You need to develop fresh, relatable content that audiences want to hear.
5. Create A Professional Presence Online
If you want to become a successful motivational speaker a strong online presence is critical. Get a website that’s professionally designed and clearly explains what you do. Be visible, go to Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and yes, Youtube!