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Chris Gloss The Possibilitarian Motivational Speaker, Author, TV, Radio and Movie Personality.

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Chris Gloss began life as a potential statistic. The youngest of four children born to a devoted, single mother on public assistance, life was anything but easy. The grim reality of hopelessness, coupled with the pain of never experiencing the relationship he desired and desperately needed with his biological father, began to take its toll. Chris defended our country in major conflicts, during his voluntary service in the United States Army. Maximizing on his talent for motivating others to greatness, Chris would go on to become highly successful in the sales arena, reaching top levels at numerous prestigious corporations, while simultaneously coaching fellow employees to improbable new heights. An unrelenting passion for knowledge would become the inspiration for a host of educational accomplishments at various respected institutions, including Mercer University, Central Texas College and Cameron University. But that burning desire to help others transform their lives, as he had, would keep calling him toward the world of personal development. That calling would lead Chris to mentorship by such industry greats as Zig Ziglar, Tom Hopkins, and Les Brown and give birth to the Author and Possibilities Speaker within. Today, above and beyond impressive credentials, it is unquestionably Chris’ real life experiences which enable him to identify and connect with his audience with passion and conviction, inspiring them to see beyond hopelessness and impossibility mindsets, freeing them from self imposed limitations and helping them to discover and grasp their own world of possibilities. Chris Gloss truly is the message that he brings: “No matter where a person starts, that does not have to be their conclusion. I have seen it in my own life. I started on the bottom rungs of life, a potential statistic, and through new choices, hard work and determination, I’ve overcome the most challenging beginning. If this is possible for me, it’s possible for you.”

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