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Two-time Olympic athlete and Olympic Gold medallist Aleen Bailey speaks to Olympic motivational keynote speaker Devon Harris. Aleen has won titles at every major world championships to include the Olympic Games as a member of Jamaica's 4 x 100m relay team. In this interview Aleen Bailey speaks about working hard and following your dreams. Devon Harris is one of the top motivational Speakers in New York. He is an original member of the Jamaica bobsled team which competed in the 1988 Winter Olympic Games. He was also the captain of and competed in the 1992 and 1998 Winter Olympic Games. As a corporate keynote speaker, Devon delivers highly customized presentations that are inspirational, motivational and educational. Tapping the same energy, determination, motivation and skills that enabled him to bobsled with the best in the world, Devon, as an international motivational keynote speaker is now sparking audiences of all ages to dream big and take their “game” to the next level. Companies who hire inspirational keynote speakers for their corporate events love Devon Harris. He is one of those motivational speakers who is a meeting planner’s best friend. He is a motivational speaker who does his homework and so his relevant, customized content along with his irrepressible energy and humor, make him one of the most in-demand motivational speakers in the world. You could argue that his unique life experiences have prepared him to be a motivational speaker and allow him to deliver a powerful, poignant message that is authentic, entertaining and yet highly inspirational. As a motivational speaker Devon speaks to your heart, mind and soul and has a message that will be remembered. His “keep On Pushing message is uplifting and empowering and fills the audience with an optimistic can do attitude that is lasting.

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