Bryant McGill is a Wall Street Journal and USA Today best-selling author, speaker, and activist. His prolific writings and small aphorisms have been published in thousands of books, magazines, and newspapers by publishers like Oprah's Lifeclass, The Chopra Center, Simon & Schuster, Random House, HarperCollins, Wiley, McGraw Hill, and Writer's Digest. His publishing and media company reaches over a billion people a year.
McGill is a United Nations appointed Global Champion for the rights of women and girls, gender equality, and human rights. He was the subject of a front-page story in the Wall Street Journal, has appeared in Forbes, Nasdaq's leadership series, and was listed in Inc. Magazine as one of, "the greatest leaders, writers and thinkers of all time." McGill is a Nobel Peace Prize nominee who received a Congressional commendation from the nation's leaders applauding his, "highly commendable life's work," as an Ambassador of Goodwill, and his thoughts on diplomacy have been featured by President Clinton's Foundation. Bryant has appeared in programs with Tony Robbins and Oprah, and in a Desmond Tutu endorsed PBS Special with Jack Canfield. He has delivered speeches at the United Nations' General Assembly Hall on Human Rights Day, with the Los Angeles Mayor's Office, the Chief of the LAPD, and with Dr. Gandhi, Grandson of Mahatma Gandhi.
As a human potential thought-leader, McGill's works have been endorsed by the president of the American Psychological Association and have appeared in Psychology Today, in meditation programs by Deepak Chopra, and in the New York Times Bestselling series, Chicken Soup for the Soul. McGill's work has been referenced and published by educational authorities such as the dean of NYU, Dartmouth, Yale, The George Lucas Educational Foundation, and have been implemented into a campus installation at Bangkok University. He is presently studying leadership, conflict resolution and negotiations under the tutelage his mentor, professor Calestous Juma at Harvard's John F. Kennedy School of Government. His writings are regularly used in the curriculum at the university level and have received positive reviews from professors at Columbia, Stanford and NYU.
McGill is on a quest to prove that life is still beautiful, and that all people have the power to have a better life and world — NOW.