Youth Speaker

Steve (138) aMotivational speakers have a true purpose in their profession – they motivate and change lives. But the story doesn’t stop there. A speaking engagement is just the beginning of a conversation when it comes to building bridges between kids and communities.

I’ve spoken to thousands of students and people just like you about the importance of positive adult role models in kids’ lives. I have several themed speeches that you may want to bring to your school or community group, but I love to prepare something unique to your school or group. I think it’s so important to start the conversation about kids’ value by learning to listen to them, rather than talking at them.

I have several themed speeches that you may want to bring to your school, church, or community group, but I love to prepare something unique to your school or group. I think it’s so important to start the conversation about kids’ value by talking with them, not at them.

 

“Victim to Victor”: I Was a Kid Just Like You – (Appropriate for Jr/Sr High.)

In this presentation, I get real with the kids about how hard school was for him.  I discuss my divided home life and his drive to get attention no matter what – even if it meant failing threes grades.  I was looking for someone to take me aside and tell me that I was important and loved.  That story began when I met my mentor.   He changed my life.  I was heard.  SI was understood.  I found a purpose beyond being a troublemaker.  This story is their story.

Speaking a message of hope to students in Anderson County.

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“The Role of Pastors, Parents and Students” (Appropriate for Parent Night)

Many parents today are shifting the responsibility of raising their children to schools and churches. Parents have the key role in raising their children into healthy independent adults of character and moral. So what role does the Pastors have? What role does the students have? Most importantly, what happens when the parent does not play their role?

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If you haven’t found what you need or if you want to take the conversation further, please contact me via StevenSeatonMentoring@gmail.com or 931-244-0945.  I look forward to speaking with you soon.

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