I don’t play this; I do this.
My dad left my family when I was 14. It was the moment my mom looked me square in the eye and made the declaration: “You’re the man of the house.”
I lost love at that point. I had a disconnect with men for a very long time.
It wasn’t until a college professor spoke life into me, that I was able to reconnect. The professor challenged me to be great by showing me tough love. His words became fuel for the journey I was getting ready to begin.
My name is Brian Thomas.
I am the professional development trailblazer, and I blaze the trail for the next generations. I share this story to let you know that I was not defined by my circumstances in life; I was motivated by them. I made a personal decision to pursue greatness.
Two years after my dad left me, I took a robotics class. I knew at that time that I didn’t want to just pursue robotics -- I wanted to help people.
What I didn’t know was that it was going to take me 16 years to see myself walking in my gift. It took me walking down that road for me to get to the place I am now.
I’m a speaker, author, leader, and corporate manager.
When I say that greatness can be achieved by you, I mean it wholeheartedly. Just remember greatness awaits for you, but it doesn’t wait for long.
I am Brian Thomas, the Professional Trailblazer.
Inspiring Greatness from the Classroom to the Boardroom