From the age of 17 Arno Michaelis was deeply involved in the white power movement. He was a founding member of what became the largest racist skinhead organization in the world, a reverend of self-declared Racial Holy War, and lead singer of the race-metal band Centurion, selling over 20,000 CDs to racists round the world. Today he is a speaker, author of My Life After Hate and works with Serve2Unite, an organisation that engages young people of all backgrounds as peacemakers
"Three years ago, At my first ever Public Speaking engagement at The University of San Diego. I was honored to share a panel discussion with my now wonderful friend Arno,
Dydine: What was the most challenging moment in your life?
Tyler: Wow. I really had to stop and think about this one... I'd have to say though that the most challenging moment in my life was also the most liberating one - it was the day that I realized that I had to choose whether or not my past, my problems, my traumas etc. were going to keep influencing my present and my future. It was the day I was completely honest with myself - I acknowledged the challenging things I've experienced and decided that it was time to turn them into the fuel I needed to move forward.
Today I had the honor of having a conversation with Consolee, so that she can inspire you as she did inspire me and still does.
From his small town Ohio upbringing to his fast paced LA life, AJ Gibson has experienced it all! Since entertaining viewers as a contestant on ABC’s “Expedition Impossible” in 2011 and having been singled out as “What To Watch” by TV Guide magazine, AJ has turned his 15 minutes in the spotlight into a successful career as a television host and public speaker.....
"A year and half ago, a friend invited me to Mosaic, a church in Hollywood. After the service, she introduced me to AJ, telling me how special and inspiring he is. She was absolutely right, his passion and love for others amazed me. And I said to myself, the world needs more of AJ's heart. "
Today I had the honor of having a conversation with AJ , so that he can inspire you , as he inspired me and still does!
Consolee Nishimwe is an author and motivational speaker, and a survivor of the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda. She went through the horrors of genocide at the age of 14 when she and her family were forced to leave their home. During the course of the 3 month long genocide, her father and three young brothers were murdered along with many other close relatives.
Today I had the honor of siting down and have a conversation with Consolee, so that she can inspire you as she did inspire me and still does.