If you have ever wondered why so many people invest in themselves with life coaching, you will understand when you hear Michael discuss his latest book, I'm Not OK With Gray.
This week on Generation Bold: The Fountain of Truth, I interview Life Coach Michael Taylor and explore:
· Why the inner journey brings greater happiness than the material quest
· How to get off the roller coaster of stress, success, stress, success, repeat
· How aging can be the catalyst to lasting happiness
· Why adversity may be the greatest gift you possess if you use it for self-growth
Coach Michael Taylor is an entrepreneur, author of ten books, motivational speaker, radio and TV show host who has dedicated his life to empowering men and women to reach their full potential by transforming their lives from the inside out. He knows how to overcome adversity and build a rewarding and fulfilling life and is sharing his knowledge and wisdom with others to support them in creating the life of their dreams. He is President & CEO of Creation Publishing Group. This company specializes in creating programs and products that empower men to embrace a new paradigm of masculinity that supports them in being great husbands and fathers and creating meaningful and rewarding lives.
He was featured in the Amazon.com bestselling book Motivational Speakers America with legendary speakers Les Brown and Brian Tracy, and he has won numerous awards for his dynamic speaking style. Public speaking is his passion and being on stage brings him great joy.
He is the host and producer of two TV Channels on the Roku Network, Joy Passion & Profit, a show designed to empower entrepreneurs to build companies that change the world, and, Shatter The Stereotypes, which allows men of color to live extraordinary lives. In addition, he hosts two podcasts of the same name, which can be found on most podcast platforms like Spotify and iTunes. Most importantly, he has been blissfully married for 17 years to the woman of his dreams, and he is a proud father to three grown children whom he is incredibly proud of. You'll find him checking out the latest movies or listening to old-school '70s and 80s soul music and contemporary jazz when he isn't writing or speaking.