Ron Paul is not finished informing the American people on the causes of their problems and solutions. The Greater Talent Network Speakers Bureau will be representing him as a speaker following his last day in office; he will be available to speak starting on January 7th, 2013. Paul spent 23 years in Congress taking principled and rare positions. He elevated to the role of educator on mostly economic issues to his clueless fellow Congressmen and the general populace.
The Greater Talent Network explains Ron Paul's speaking style in its website profile: "Using anecdotes from his 23 years in Congress, he highlights the need for a limited government and more personal liberties. Dr. Paul captures audiences' attention by relating the occurrence of current national issues such as debt, privacy and freedom to the government's neglect to follow the constitution." The profile goes on to note why Paul is such a successful speaker: Because he is an "optimist" who motivates people to learn more and speak out to others.
Congressman Paul became an extremely popular speaker in the 2012 presidential election, when he failed to capture the Republican nomination but drew the support of millions of Americans. He was most popular with the young people of America, routinely drawing thousands of them to his lectures on college campuses throughout the country. They came to listen to him teach them the whys of America's problems and the hows of getting out of the mess. Obama and Romney, of course, are both heavily invested in the status quo and gave young people no real solutions to the mess. Paul was probably the greatest reason for young people giving far less support to Obama in 2012. According to CNN exit polls, 18-29 year olds dropped their support for Obama from 34% in 2008 to 23% in 2012. American college students enthusiastically supported Paul's stand for liberty and his opposition to socialism, which the students know is bankrupting their country and putting its future into danger. As a professional speaker, he will continue to spread his invaluable message of liberty.