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College Graduate with No Job: College Graduates without Jobs – Job Opportunity for College Graduates without Jobs

If you are a college graduate and speak English well, I have a job for you teaching English overseas that pays around $2,500 a month, provides a free apartment and roundtrip airfare in return for you serving as a teacher for a year contract.

The teaching job is in Korea and they give more vacation time than in America.

I have lived in Asia for 3 years and loved it…the best years of my life. You’ll be treated well and celebrated.

If interested, write info@PaulFDavis.com and send your resume with a small professional photo (preferrably embedded in the resume).

If living and working overseas is not for you, then recommend me to speak anywhere and everywhere throughout the earth and wherever I am invited to speak (businesses, conferences, conventions, seminars, companies, corporations, colleges, universities, fraternities, sororities, churches, civic organizations, associations, chambers of commerce)…. anywhere I get an invitation to speak because of you, I will give you 20% of what I get paid.

http://www.PaulFDavis.com – worldwide speaker and life changing author
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Paul F. Davis is a professional international speaker using humor with motivational messages to entertain and inspire any audience to live their best life now!

A worldwide speaker who has touched over 55 countries & 6 continents, Paul humorously builds bridges cross-culturally by disarming and empowering people throughout the earth to live their dreams!

Paul is the author of 18 life-changing books. Paul’s incredible depth and powerful stories from around the world, entertain and inspire audiences making Paul a captivating speaker able to awaken the greatness within us all.

Paul has spoken for Celebrity Cruises and appeared on numerous international broadcasts from Investors Business Daily, Oprah & Friends to Fox News to talk about success, leadership, relational intricacies, conflict resolution, life balance, and living your dreams. By reason of his global travels, Paul is a highly sought after diversity and multicultural awareness speaker.

Playboy Radio Afternoon Advice host Tiffany Granath calls Paul an awesome relational coach and recommends his books on love, dating, and sexuality.

Paul worked at Ground Zero in NYC during 9-11; helped rebuild a home at the tsunami epicenter; comforted victims of genocide in Rwanda; spoke to leaders in East Timor during the war; inspired students & monks in Myanmar; promoted peace & reconciliation in Pakistan; and has been so deep into the bush of rural Africa where villagers had never before seen a white man.

Paul humorously and elegantly transforms individuals and organizations, while empowering people to love passionately and live fearlessly.

http://www.PaulFDavis.com
info@PaulFDavis.com
407-967-7553

Dare to Believe, Become & Live Your Dreams!

Message to the Youth of the World

Overcoming Adversity – Be Empowered to Live Victoriously

Empowering & Liberating Women to Achieve Greatness

Relationships Help, Tips & Advice

Healthy Relationships Speaker

Happiness – Being Happy in Hard Times

World Peace Over Propaganda & Demonizing Nations

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Big $$$ 20% referral bonus to those able to get Paul invited to speak anywhere and everywhere!

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College Graduation Speaker for a Diverse College Campus who Understands Diversity Among Students

International students comprise a vast amount of college students across the United States. Yet many colleges and universities continue to neglect these bright and affluent students who have braved the seas the separate us, come from afar, and cross-culturally integrated to obtain a higher education on foreign soil.

The worst thing a college or university can do, especially when parents and families of their graduates are present at the commencement ceremony, is to incorrectly pronounce a students name.

Undoubtedly, fundraisers at colleges and universities take a great amount of time and endure some pain to agonize over the proper pronunciation of alumni when they seek a donation for their college or university. It should be no different when it comes to students graduating and celebrating a long 4 years full of academic and cross-cultural challenges.

Before being tongue-tied and shunning the importance of diversity among the student body of your college or university, solicit some help from your linguists and international students on campus. It will build bridges in your academic community, promote global awareness, and increase the value of multiculturalism for all.

www.PaulFDavis.com worldwide diversity speaker who has touched over 50 countries & 6 continents; and the author of 18 life-changing books including Diversity, Multiculturalism & Global Awarness

Invite Paul to speak at your college or university graduation to make your commencement memorable for all of your students, graduates, families and alumni.   RevivingNations@yahoo.com

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College Student Success Secrets: Mirth for a Rebirth

If you are feeling down about being away from your hometown and missing family & friends, no assuredly you’re not alone. Many college students across your campus feel the exact same way.

Therefore choose and determine to break forth into joy today! Make a conscious decision to alter your attitude and live happily. Make the most of your day, knowing you shall never have it again. Show yourself friendly. Extend a smile and handshake to make a new friend.

Graciously and generously give some mirth, letting joy arise from deep within. As you do your mirth will replenish your self-worth and awaken within you a new birth.

Mirth for a rebirth and revitalization is yours for the taking! Be happy today and forget about hesitating!

www.PaulFDavis.com – worldwide speaker and life-changing author of Breakthrough Leadership Success Secrets

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College Student Success Secrets: Tolerance, Multiculturalism & Upholding Diversity Among Students

As the world further integrates and draws closer together technologically, environmentally, and economically it is paramount that college and university campus life be increasingly inclusive and honor the vast diversity of its student body.

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My global travels to six continents and over fifty countries has taught me more than I could ever have imagined to learn academically. As a former ESOL (English to Students of Other Languages) teacher who lived in Taiwan, I got a full taste of what the cross-cultural experience is about. Homesickness and culture shock are among the many challenges I faced living and working abroad.

Thankfully, I embraced the challenge and began to think living overseas was actually quite fun. Most of my family and friends thought I was crazy. Yet I truly embraced the experience and went from surviving to thriving in foreign countries. I guess by living abroad and being surrounded by things foreign, I came to trust my heart and instincts. After all, the intellect often does not know what to do with itself when there is no previous point of reference.

Cross-cultural and interpersonal interactions on foreign soil with people of whom you are little acquainted can either be challenging or taken as a joyous adventure to be celebrated. I took the posture and mindset of the latter, which resulted in me having some of the most joyous experiences throughout the world.

That being said, many colleges and universities today have hundreds if not thousands of international students living and attending classes on their campuses. Some colleges and universities are undoubtedly better than others when it comes to making international students feel welcome, celebrated, and a vital part of the academic community.

Here are some success secrets for college students to embrace multiculturalism, diversity, and happily show tolerance on their campus.

1. Meet and greet.

Take time to meet and greet new students. Instead of trying to size people up and guess what they are like, extend a hand of friendship and a smile to get to know someone new.

Remember what it was like for you when you first arrived at college or your university. It is certainly a bit intimidating and can be somewhat overwhelming.

2. Offer to help new students move in and get acquainted with your campus.

Disorientation and culture shock can frighten any of us, even moreso international students coming from afar. Therefore endeavor to be welcoming, kind, and hospitable. Offer to help new students move (or buy if necessary first) their belongings and furniture to their dorm or apartment. Kindly extend the invitation to take students around campus and show them where all the major facilities and student services can be found.

3. Invite new students to fun association, organization, and Greek life parties.

Make it fun for new students so they can relax and enjoy the experience of college / university life. Otherwise the natural tendency is to withdraw and go into seclusion. Isolation is not fun for anyone, not to mention when that happens we all miss out on the enjoyment of international students among us.

4. Be tolerant, respectful, and understanding of others differences.

Students here and from afar all have their own peculiarities, differences, and idiosyncracies. Be respectful, welcoming, polite, and tolerant no matter what differences might annoy or bother you. Allow people some space and freedom to be themselves.

Never try to force your views, ideology, or religion upon other people. That is the fastest way to make everybody feel uncomfortable and alienate future friends. Instead celebrate others’ differences and instead of trying to dissect and criticize their uniqueness, embrace and learn about it.

5. Cultivate meaningful and respectful understanding.

Although you may not agree with someone’s way of life or ideology, you can always grow in your respect and understanding of them as a person. Perhaps once you become closer and more acquainted, you can learn what circumstances and chain of events led a student to develop their views and be predisposed to their unique beliefs.

Life is a discovery process.

We all are forever learning. Be a lifelong learner and a welcoming individual who other students like being around. As you do, you years at college and university will be increasingly enjoyable and memorable.

Invite worldwide speaker and life-changing author Paul F. Davis to speak to your college students about success secrets, breakthrough leadership & overcoming adversity!
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Paul is an exceptional and frequently requested speaker for college student success, leadership, orientations, and to kickoff college events.

Paul’s 17 life-changing books have landed him celebrity guest appearances on Fox News Radio, Investor’s Business Daily, and 3 times on Oprah & Friends.

After a 45 minute interview on Playboy Radio, Afternoon Advice host Tiffany Granath calls Paul an awesome relational coach and recommends his books on love, dating, and sexuality.

Paul’s academic success & leadership secrets for college students are unparalleled and greatly empowering. Paul has a history of overcoming adversity, building bridges cross-culturally, cultivating diversity awareness, while empowering college students to discover their destiny and live their dreams.

A master in NLP & life coaching; Paul’s humorous, fun, playful and transformative messages graciously challenge college students to ask themselves hard questions and be their personal best.

Paul empowers people to love passionately, work together globally, and live their dreams fearlessly.

http:///www.PaulFDavis.com

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Sexual Assualt & Date Rape Prevention: Take Back the College Campus & Community From Sex Predators

What are you doing to stop physical aggression, date rape, and sexual assault in your community and on your nearby college campus?

http://www.PaulFDavis.com – author of Empowering & Liberating Women
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Physical aggression occurs in 1 out of 3 young adult dating relationships. Date rape accounts for nearly 70% of all sexual assaults reported by adolescent and college-age women. Countless young adults are subjected to emotional abuse from their boyfriends or girlfriends, severely damaging their self-esteem and making them feel powerless. Who therefore are you empowering and preventing from being another sad statistic? Will your wife, daughter, or son be the next victim of date rape or sexual assault?

As a young man who was sexually assaulted and raped himself; I recognize the need to boldly, wisely and humorously tackle the taboo subject of date rape and sexual assault many shun and run from.

Confronting the stereotypes, subtleties, seductive tendencies, and secrets regarding sexuality leading up to date rape and sexual assault, it is necessary we give young adults a fresh and insightful look at the nuances that need to be addressed to honor, preserve, and protect our sexuality.

Moreover we must examine the psychology and sociology of power and lust that drives men to pursue sexual conquest, while differentiating between overbearing masculinity and maintaining one’s manly honor and integrity. It is paramount that we take a deep look at the pathway and precursors to male domination en route to sexual exploitation of women.

The disturbing prevalence of campus sexual assault shatters the illusion college campuses are sanctuaries of safety from the real world. Providing meaningful education and awareness to both sexes, we must not hesitate to address the male ego and sexuality, provide meaningful steps to establish proper perimeters relationally, minimize the abuse of women in courtship and socially, while simultaneously identifying crucial factors necessary to prevent being overcome by sexual predators.

It is necessary that we facilitate and opens up heartfelt discussions between the sexes by dealing with misnomers, presumptions, false interpretations, mischaracterizations, and miscommunication relationally that often misdirects our actions sexually and endangers us unnecessarily. By graciously and candidly addressing the problems and complexities related to sexual victimization scarring children, adolescents, and adults worldwide we undoubtedly can make a huge difference in the lives of many.

Discover the facts about domestic violence, acquaintance rape, and drug use by sexual predators so you can prevent and conquer any undesirable attempt for sexual conquest against your will.

For the sake of your own well being, the safety of your students on your local college campus, the public health, and general welfare of all sexes; you owe it to yourself and your community to speak powerfully to the peculiarities that precede and lead up to sexual assault and date rape. By being proactive, taking necessary precautions, and initiating a preventative approach you can save someone’s life and maintain the dignity of the sexes within your community.

Stop being victimized and start being victorious by taking back your campus and community from sexual predators.

 

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407-967-7553

Paul F. Davis is a worldwide speaker who has touched over 50 countries & 6 continents building bridges cross-culturally and empowering people throughout the earth to live their dreams! Paul is the author of 17 life-changing books including Healthy Relationships and Empowering & Liberating Women. Paul is an exceptional and frequently requested speaker for college student success with great depth, speaking on a variety of important topics vital to sustaining the health of any college campus and community.

Paul is a personal, powerful, and unforgettable speaker able to impact any audience. Paul has appeared on numerous international broadcasts from Oprah & Friends to Fox News to talk about relational intricacies, conflict resolution, peacemaking, and diplomacy.

Playboy Radio Afternoon Advice host Tiffany Granath calls Paul an awesome relational coach and recommends his books on love, dating, and sexuality.

Paul empowers us to value our integrity, uphold every individual’s personal dignity, interact respectfully, love passionately, and live honorably.

http://www.PaulFDavis.com
RevivingNations@yahoo.com
407-967-7553

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Booze & Cruise, UCF Students on the Loose! Boozing & cruising outside college student watering holes

UCF students booze & cruise at local college student watering holes. 13,000 alcohol-related crashes happen each year in Orange County. Florida is one of the deadliest states when it comes to DUI deaths – ranking third in the nation. UCF & college students nationwide are among the biggest offenders when they drink and drive.

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It’s no surprise insurance companies charge higher premiums to drivers under 25 years of age. Statistics don’t lie. College students have a difficult time exercising self-control around booze and behind the wheel when they cruise. The end result – many lose when college students remain unregulated by their colleges, parents and law enforcement and are left on the loose.

Don’t drink and drive prevention speaker Paul F. Davis understands the dilemma. Davis is a young man whose Mom was killed by a drunk driver and years later hit and nearly killed by a drunk drver himself. Today, Paul awakens youth and audience of all ages worldwide to the dangers of drinking and driving.

Davis says, “As the son of a mother who was killed by a drunk driver and someone who recently was hit by a two-time offending drunk driver who totaled my family’s only car, UCF and law enforcement need to work harder to prevent drunk driving & substance abuse.”

Paul relates, “I’m a UCF grad and like having a good time like everybody else, but not at the expense of someone else. Waking up hung over and being told you killed someone last isn’t what I want on my conscience for the rest of my life. I only wish college students felt the same way and were more proactive about establishing a designated driver before they haphazardly go out and party.”

http://www.PaulFDavis.com – Worldwide Speaker and Author of “Substance Abuse & Drunk Driving Prevention”
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Dont drink and drive lest you die prematurely & kill someone too! Don’t drink and drive prevention speaker Paul F Davis speaks to audiences of all ages about prevention saving lives.

Paul’s beloved Mother was killed by a drunk driver in 2000, after which Paul himself was hit by a drunk driver in July, 2008 totaling Paul’s car and badly injuring him. The drunk driver who hit Paul went to court and was thrown in jail for her 2nd DUI in two years.

Paul understandably is passionate about prevention and persuading people of all ages not to drive drunk and to drink responsibly. Paul’s personal stories of people close to him struggling with alcohol abuse and imprisonment for alcohol related misdemeanors will sober up the hardest of hearts.

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Paul has spoken to thousands of people throughout more than 50 countries and 6 continents about drinking responsibly and the importance of not driving when drinking. Countless lives have been saved thanks to Paul being given the opportunity to speak and awaken people of all ages as to the importance of not driving drunk.

Colleges, Universities, High Schools, and innumerable other organizations have brought Paul in to deal with the issue of prevention, responsible drinking, and not driving drunk. Employers worldwide have seen notable results and an increased level of sobriety and productivity among their employees after Paul has spoken at their conference and convention.

No matter the size of the group or location, don’t hesitate to contact Paul F. Davis to speak about prevention, responsible drinking, and not driving drunk in your city. You will be glad you did as the results are tangible and the lives that will be saved priceless.

Paul F. Davis is a worldwide speaker who has touched over 50 countries & 6 continents building bridges cross-culturally and empowering people throughout the earth to live their dreams!

Paul is the author of 17 life-changing books and the award-winning website http://www.PaulFDavis.com. Paul is an exceptional and frequently requested speaker for college student success, leadership, orientations, and to kickoff college events. Paul’s incredible depth and rich writings on topics such as academic success, breakthrough leadership, empowering women, sexual assault prevention, conflict resolution, healthy relationships, drunk driving prevention, multiculturalism, and transforming terrorists make him a notable and unforgettable speaker able to impact any audience.

Paul has appeared on numerous internationally broadcast radio shows from Oprah & Friends to Fox News Radio to talk about conflict resolution, peacemaking, foreign policy, and diplomacy. By reason of his global travels, Paul is a highly sought after diversity and multicultural awareness speaker.

Playboy Radio Afternoon Advice host Tiffany Granath calls Paul an awesome relational coach and recommends his books on love, dating, and sexuality.

Paul worked at Ground Zero in NYC during 9/11; helped rebuild a home at the tsunami epicenter; comforted victims of genocide in Rwanda; spoke to leaders in East Timor during the war; inspired students & monks in Myanmar; promoted peace & reconciliation in Pakistan; and has been so deep into the bush of rural Africa where villagers had never before seen a white man.

Academically outstanding Paul humorously and elegantly transforms individuals and organizations.  

Paul empowers people to love passionately and live fearlessly.

http://www.PaulFDavis.com
RevivingNations@yahoo.com
407-967-7553

Don’t drink and drive prevention speaker. Prevention speaker whose Mom was killed by drunk driver awakens audience of all ages.

Dont drink and drive lest you die prematurely & kill someone too! Don’t drink and drive prevention speaker Paul F Davis speaks to audiences of all ages about prevention saving lives.

http://www.PaulFDavis.com
RevivingNations@yahoo.com
407-967-7553

Booze & cruise wreckless UCF college students DUI abuse. Boozing & cruising, a battle college campuses & law enforcement is losing. Drunk driving UCF college students, carelessly driving drunk disregarding human life & their own safety. UCF students need more prevention, stricter law enforcement, and educational straight talk to awake them to the dangers of drunk driving.

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Healthy Relationship Secrets: College Student Success Secrets to be Healthy & Whole

Healthy relationships secrets to help you be healthy and whole. Never fear losing a relationship. Respect yourself and never hold on to a relationship too tight. Be passionate, but don’t allow yourself to be pimped and emotionally manipulated. A healthy relationship starts with a healthy level of self respect, which you must have for yourself. Whenever self respect is diminished or lost, you relationship is no longer healthy.

Invite worldwide speaker and life-changing author Paul F. Davis to speak to your college students about healthy relationships success secrets, breakthrough leadership, overcoming adversity & academic success!
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As a counselor and minister who hears countless relationships stories and helps people sort through their relationship challenges, it never ceases to amaze me how quickly people compromise their soul and lose a healthy level of self respect within a relationship.

Self respect is the most vital component within a healthy relationship, without which any relationship (be it personal or professional) will rapidly erode. Whenever you allow yourself to be cheapened and your personhood lessened so as to maintain a relationship with somebody you love, you simultaneously lessen your love for yourself. Without a healthy and proper amount of self love, you quickly can become a doormat and begin to tolerate unnecessary abuse within relationships.

Relational abuse and being taken for granted within a relationship subtly occurs when you lower your standards and stop standing up for yourself. When you quietly tolerate poor behavior and allow people to talk down to you, indirectly (often unbeknownst to yourself) you send a message loud and clear saying that such abuse is alright.

Early on in most relationships a healthy level of respect is the foundational cornerstone, without which there would be no progression, trust, and embracing of one another. In the business world, once trust and a likeness of vision is established, many begin to move in the same direction. When subordination and dehumanization begins to subtly occur however, that is the time to quickly and powerfully address such a character dwarfing tendency, lest it occur more frequently and begin to consistently devalue you as a person.

Unfortunately many find themselves in such unhealthy relationships, but acquiesce for a time because they are not secure in their own identity and fear losing what relationship they have (even though deep down they know it is not healthy and quite frankly bad).

It pains me to see such relationships wherein someone (usually the woman, but not always) is being violated and taken advantage of. The action step that immediately needs to occur to turn the tide is to begin again to respect and stand up for yourself.

Refuse to tolerate being talked down to and disrespected.

As you do, you will reframe the perimeters and expectations within your relationship. By doing so, transformation and a relational restructuring may very well occur as hearts and minds are properly brought back in check and self respect is restored.

If such confrontation does not produce a relational correction, know assuredly it may be time to move on. Guard your heart and life before you find yourself being further dominated and brought under endless strife (both internal and relational).

Love and respect yourself even if nobody else does. Remember you will attract what you are.

Therefore teach people how to respect you and let everyone know what you expect. Truly you can have more in relationships if you refuse to settle for anything less.

Invite worldwide speaker and life-changing author Paul F. Davis to speak to your college students about healthy relationships success secrets, breakthrough leadership, overcoming adversity & academic success!
RevivingNations@yahoo.com
407-967-7553

Paul is an exceptional and frequently requested speaker for college student success, leadership, orientations, and to kickoff college events.

Paul’s 17 life-changing books have landed him celebrity guest appearances on Fox News Radio, Investor’s Business Daily, and 3 times on Oprah & Friends.

After a 45 minute interview on Playboy Radio, Afternoon Advice host Tiffany Granath calls Paul an awesome relational coach and recommends his books on love, dating, and sexuality.

Paul’s academic success & leadership secrets for college students are unparalleled and greatly empowering. Paul has a history of overcoming adversity, building bridges cross-culturally, cultivating diversity awareness, while empowering college students to discover their destiny and live their dreams.

A master in NLP & life coaching; Paul’s humorous, fun, playful and transformative messages graciously challenge college students to ask themselves hard questions and be their personal best.

As a former high-school senior class teacher, Paul understands the challenges facing incoming college students. Moreover Paul personally knows what transfer students go through as he himself attended a community college where he graduated with a 3.8 GPA before entering UCF, where he graduated Cum Laude. As a worldwide professional speaker Paul has touched more than 50 countries and 6 continents, greatly inspiring international students throughout the world.

Paul worked at Ground Zero in NYC during 9/11; helped rebuild a home at the tsunami epicenter; comforted victims of genocide in Rwanda; spoke to leaders in East Timor during the war; inspired students & monks in Myanmar; promoted peace & reconciliation in Pakistan; and has been deep into rural Africa where villagers had never before seen a white man.

Paul empowers people to love passionately, work together globally, and live their dreams fearlessly.

http:///www.PaulFDavis.com

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