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Michael McGill, Jr.

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Is a renowned, award-winning transformational speaker, best-selling author, life coach & strategist, and self-empowerment guru that aims to empower people to transform their own lives- from the inside out- leaving them enriched, encouraged and empowered! Michael’s newest book, "Soul Vitamins: Minerals for the Mind, Body and Soul!"  is sure to leave one captivated and enriched to produce the necessary changes that result in fulfilling their destiny and living a more fruitful life! As an avid scholar and educator, McGill loves to inspire- especially young people. With a background in Social Psychology, Family Development, and Urban Education, McGill has experience as an inner-city educator and counselor working with troubled youth; experience as an appointed juvenile court magistrate judge helping first-time juvenile offenders; and McGill has also been appointed by the mayor of Kansas City, Mo. to be a health commissioner to work with families (Women, Infants & Children area). Of all the accolades, Michael's deepest desire is to help transform a generation and light the world- one candle at a time. In order to do this effectively, Michael draws upon his very own experiences of dysfunctional success, depression,  neglect, rejection, family dysfunction, and many other challenges to enrich others that they, too, can turn stumbling blocks into stepping stones! Michael is called the "transformational" speaker because he goes beyond the gates of motivation and inspiration- His message and tools TRANSFORM and cause true, measurable action to take place! Michael experienced growing up without his father and was scarred with feelings of abandonment and neglect. He experienced identity crisis after identity crisis, as well as issues of severe depression and loneliness.

http://www.iammichaelmcgill.com

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