Orlando Bowen is a former professional football player whose career was cut short by a vicious attack. As a keynote speaker, he empowers people to overcome adversity, find their passion, and use their gifts to serve. 

In this episode, Orlando talks to Michael about his story, his work, and his deep commitment to community through his speaking and youth training programs. He also talks openly about race and how being a Black man in an overwhelming white space impacts his approach to performing.

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How You Can Steal the Show

  • Uncover the true meaning of forgiveness.
  • Discover how and why its essential you get off the sidelines of your own life.
  • Engage audiences with your personal story.
  • Discover how Orlando approaches speaking to adults vs children. 
  • Reflect more deeply on what your responsibilities are as a public speaker.

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In this episode…

[Orlando Bowen] Orlando’s Website

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David Meerman Scott on How to Turn Audience Members into Raving Fans

Steve Drum on Performing in High Stakes Situations

Simon T. Bailey on Quitting Your Full-Time Job to be a Pro Speaker

Full transcript coming soon.