About Bryant H. McGill:
Bryant Harrison McGill is an American author, aphorist, speaker and activist in the fields of self-development, personal freedom and human rights. His writings and small aphorisms have been published in hundreds of books and are regularly used in newspapers, political speeches, network TV programs, university and library installations, peer-reviewed journals, academic papers and theses, and by university presidents and deans in non-violence programs and college ceremonies. He is a recognized Goodwill Ambassador and the founder of the Goodwill Treaty for World Peace, which has among its initial project signers Matt Damon, Arun Gandhi, Don Cheadle, Ben Affleck, Ray Romano and Montel Williams. McGill's primary partner in the Goodwill Treaty project since its launch is his friend, American singer and songwriter, Susaye Greene. For his Goodwill Treaty project the United States Congress officially recognized McGill's, “highly commendable life’s work as a Goodwill Ambassador for World Peace.” In 2010 McGill delivered a televised speech as an "Ambassador of Peace and Goodwill" with the LA Mayor's Office, Charles L. Beck, Chief of Police of the Los Angeles Police Dept. (LAPD), Sheriff Leroy Baca (LASD) and Sergio Duarte, High Representative for Disarmament Affairs, United Nations. McGill also presented with Gerald Levin, the Former CEO Time/Warner, and Homeboy Industries, who offered their "Insights Regarding the Impact of Illicit Weapons". In 2009 McGill made an on-stage appearance as a guest MC and goodwill ambassador on VH1's "Rock of Love Tour" with Bret Michaels and Great White to introduce the bands at the live concert. In 2010 McGill was a World Charity Day spokesman appearing in a 12 month televised cycle of public service announcements for charities on Plum TV with Lou Gossett, Jr., Lenny Kravitz and singer Chayanne. In 2015 Bryant McGill, Jack Canfield, Bob Burg and Randy Gage were video presenters at the PBS televised leadership event, Authentic Leadership Day, supported and endorsed by Desmond Tutu and Naomi Judd, and held at the Henry Ford College. The event was produced by Six-Time EMMY winner, Shawne Duperon to benefit the charity Project Forgive.