Inspiring Tricky Students

By 19th May 2018 No Comments

Inspiring Tricky Students – In March I had the opportunity to inspire at ‘The Warriner School‘ in Bloxham Oxfordshire. It wasn’t the standard motivational session; where I deliver a powerful motivational speech to the whole year group, instead I had a workshop with a very select group of students.

In all honesty; it wasn’t the easiest of sessions, before the motivational workshop began you could see the students putting up mental barriers, or creating excuses on why the session will not benefit them.

Therefore the first 10 minutes of the motivational workshop was about getting on the same level as the students, building trust before I continue delivering the motivational message and providing them with the tools they essentially need to be successful, not just in school but also in life.

The response from the students after the session was great; many of them was surprised that it actually helped them and they said they feel more confident in their studies moving forward. Before I continue talking about this; I don’t want you just to take my word, here is a testimonial I received from the Head of Careers, Nigel Smith:

“Cameron inspired a group of tricky students and really showed that despite how some of these pupils act…they do hear what inspirational people say…thanks Cameron…keep up the good work!”

Approaching these sessions with flexibility is very important, especially to consistently deliver impact and value. It is essential to have the ability to tailor your motivational work because lets be honest, every school and even year groups are different. This will come with experience; the success from the motivational sessions have been incredible, that is why I pride myself on delivering a second to none service.

With that said if you are looking for guaranteed impact and value in your school then email me personally on and I will get back to you as soon as I can. For daily motivation, follow me on all my social medias. Until then, keep up the inspiring work.

Inspiring Tricky Students

Inspiring Tricky Students

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