Motivational speaker discusses change, success

SPOKANE – WSU Spokane will host a free public presentation on June 26 by Kevin Bracy, an award-winning motivational speaker, author and successful entrepreneur.
 
Bracy will address the issues surrounding change in higher education and life in general in a presentation titled “Change…The One Constant in Life.”
 
The lecture will be held from 10:30 a.m. to noon on the Riverpoint Campus in the Academic Center Room 20 at 600 North Riverpoint Blvd.
 
“Kevin Bracy is one of the best speakers I have had the privilege of working with,” said Les Brown, world-renowned speaker.
 
“Kevin Bracy is creative, deeply conscientious and professional. He has traveled both nationally and internationally and spoken for various organizations with outstanding testimonials.”
 
Bracy learned first-hand the importance of motivation, communication and leadership through years of playing baseball, including two years spent as a professional player in Canada.
 
At the age of 25, Bracy left the sport and joined forces with his wife to begin an e-commerce business.
 
After his initial success, Bracy decided to pursue his passion: encouraging others and motivating them to succeed.
 
For the past nine years, Bracy has spoken at a variety of venues, including more than 800 high schools and universities across the nation, as well as in businesses and churches.
 
Brady has also co-authored and published six different books and he leads one of the nation’s top coaching programs for up-and-coming speakers.
 
Following the presentation, Bracy will be signing copies of his books—“A Massive Dose of Motivation” and “Unleash the Vision Within You”—also available for purchase.
 
For more information or to request accommodations, please contact Jane Kinkel (kinkel@wsu.edu or 358-7537).

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