Bryant McGill Biography


Type: American author, aphorist, speaker

Born: November 7, 1969


McGill is a United Nations appointed Global Champion and a Nobel Peace Prize nominee, who received a Congressional commendation applauding his, "highly commendable life's work," as an Ambassador of Goodwill. His thoughts on human rights have been featured by President Clinton's Foundation, in humanities programs with the Dalai Lama, and at the Whitehouse. He has appeared in media with Tony Robbins and Oprah, in a Desmond Tutu endorsed PBS Special with Jack Canfield, and has delivered speeches at the United Nations' General Assembly Hall on Human Rights Day, with the Los Angeles Mayor's Office, and with Dr. Gandhi, Grandson of Mahatma Gandhi.

McGill's work has been endorsed by the president of the American Psychological Association, and has appeared in Psychology Today, and in meditation programs by Deepak Chopra. His writings have been published by Oprah's Lifeclass, Simon & Schuster, Random House, HarperCollins, Wiley, McGraw Hill, and Writer's Digest. His writings are regularly used in the curriculum at the university level, have been reviewed and published by the dean of NYU, Dartmouth, Stanford, and Yale, and were implemented into a campus installation at Bangkok University. He is presently studying leadership and technology under the tutelage of his mentor, professor Calestous Juma at Harvard's John F. Kennedy School of Government.

Bryant McGill Quotes

The Arts are the only acceptable theatre of war for peace.

Accepting conflict brings you closer to knowing peace.

The acceptable is unacceptable. The truth is a lie. The good is pure evil. Even freedom has become a prison.

We must be free, but to have real freedom, you must be wild and free yourself.

You reclaim your power by loving what you were once taught to hate.

Discovery requires courage and acceptance that we are not in control, and that the future is uncertain.

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