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#MichLit w/Author,Jesse Cole & Blogger,Walter O'Bryant #mwn

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1. Guest:  Jesse Cole         www.JesseSpeaks.com

Respected as “a voice for today’s generation”, Jesse has proven that he is a thought leader and a source of substance. He has published several books on personal development and executive produced the Maximize Your Greatness dvd project. Jesse uses his influence to help teenagers live the type of life that is far above what they could ever imagine. His message helps youth to transform their attitude, boost their self-esteem, overcome peer pressure and enhance their leadership ability. For over a decade, Jesse has worked as a youth counselor, basketball coach, and certified deputy instructor. His motto is K.I.N.G: Keep Investing In The Next Generation.

About the book Walk Like a King:
 This book is their answer to questions about: Integrity, Self-Control, Goal Setting, Love, Personal Hygiene, Spirituality, Community Service and Education. Walk Like A King: The Young Man's Guide To Conquering The World was written specifically with the young man in mind. It addresses real life issues with practicality and offers clearly outlined solutions from a male perspective.

2.  Guest:         Walter O’Bryant         
Guest summary: Walter O’Bryant is a native Detroiter. He graduated from Michigan State University with a BA in Psychology; has worked as a social worker for the Dept. of Mental Health, a disability examiner for the Social Security Administration, and is currently self-employed as a Disability Specialist/advocate for the disabled. And he also blogs as jpaulghetto and his writing can be found at walterobryant.wordpress.com.

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