Creating a successful you
Respect yourself, Respect your career
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How to be a Gentleman
How to be a leader
How to look like a leader
Mentors that help you grow
Who should not be your mentor
A conversation on the power of leadership, problem solving and having a positive attitude. Points include:
Creating an effective mentoring program
Creating your personal code of ethics
Power of positive attitude
Preventing a personal crisis
Eliminating the fear of success
Moving away from negativity
Not recognizing the danger of jealousy
Preventing stress from controlling your life
Recognizing emotional abuse and verbal abuse
Releasing dependence on others
Stopping self doubt
Study tips for stressed out students
The dangers of accepting others view of what is beautiful
Bryan Robertson is a passionate speaker and motivator who captivates his audiences from beginning to end. His message is fueled by the desire to encourage others to define themselves without becoming victims of the labels placed on them. As a child, he was a speech resource student, but that’s not where his story ends. Bryan has overcome the negative stigma of this label by graduating from Prairie View A&M University with both a Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies and a Master’s in Curriculum and Instruction with a reading concentration.
Bryan became an educator in order to inspire students as he has been inspired throughout his life. He currently serves as a Reading Liaison for his school in the Cy-Fair Independent School District, Houston, Texas. In this role, he not only empowers faculty with effective methods for reading instruction, but also serves as a student reading coach for dyslexia students. Bryan is responsible for facilitating programs, assessing and diagnosing students, providing reading strategies for those with reading disabilities and designing activities for professional reading development.
Prior to becoming a Reading Liaison, Bryan was a special education teacher for three years at the Adaptive Behavior Center, Cy-Fair ISD. He created rigorous, effective, and critical thinking lesson plans designed to engage and help students learn intrinsically. He was selected from an elite group of reading teachers to teach in the TAKS Summer Intervention Program which offers reading enrichment to students needing reading assistance.
He maximized his college experience and was awarded the Thurgood Marshall Scholar Award. As recipient of this prestigious award, he traveled to New York and represented Prairie View at the Thurgood Marshall Scholar Convention. He is a natural leader and was elected Vice President of the Student Government Association. He is a proud member of the Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. and was the chapter’s parliamentarian until graduation. He also led the effort to bring The New York Times publication to the Prairie View campus to help educate fellow students about what was happening in and around the world.
Bryan Robertson motivates adults and youth alike through his seminars. His heart for seeing others succeed is evident as he speaks to audiences. He has spoken on the campuses of Texas A&M, Rice University, HISD, Cy-Fair ISD, and Lone Star College to name a few. His titles include: “How To Be A Leader,” “Taylor Made For Your Success,” How To Keep The Momentum, and Bryan Robertson is an up and coming coach and speaker on a quest to be the best.