“The world will not always provide you with cream and sugar for your coffee, sometimes you will have to drink it black.”
Wilson Kubwayo has served many clients including:
Wilson Kubwayo works with organizations that want to live life to their fullest potential. Have you ever heard of a “Mind Virus?” Wilson Kubwayo defines it as “a negative way of thinking based on the experience or circumstances that has taken place in one’s life. In his heart touching presentation called “Climbing the Walls of Greatness,” Wilson shares how he overcame his mind virus regarding his thoughts on how had he been born under different circumstances he would have had done good things and did more things correctly. Growing up in extreme poverty, and having to spend 10 years living in the refugee camp, Wilson will teach you how to Climb the Wall of Greatness.
Wilson has experience in writing research articles, personal development blogs, and poetry writing. He has a special focus on leadership, education and personal development. Wilson’s articles have been published by The Argus Leader in Sioux Falls, South Dakota; TheRefugeeCenter.org; Saint Mary’s University Student newspaper in Minnesota; and The Metropolitan Newspaper in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Wilson’s poems speak the reality of what he has experienced, Wilson’s poems have a special focus on social justice and change.
“I attended Wilson Kubwayo’s presentation at the NAEA Conference in Ponte Vedra, Florida. I was very moved by his compassion and commitment. His inspiring story of resilience, persistence and hope. I left the room feeling not only proud to know of him, but also inspired that I too could overcome any obstacles that got between me and my goals!”George E. Miller II
“I had the opportunity to hear Wilson speak before a corporate audience in Sioux Falls. He was engaging, interesting, and inspiring. I look forward to hearing what he has to say next.”Steve Parker
“Wilson engages audiences with an energy and optimism that is infectious. His story is about choosing happiness in spite of great adversity. But his even bigger impact is his ability to listen, challenge and relate.”Toby Kane
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How did Dr. Martin Luther King become the civil rights movement leader? Dr. Martin Luther King’s goal was not always to become a civil rights movement leader. He had other plans to accomplish and that was to become a pastor and lead his church as a way to continue a...read more
There are many things you can do that will make you successful. I have picked out five things you need to do to be successful. New year, new you! 1. Find out what you want to accomplish and write it down If you do not know what you want to accomplish, no one...read more
“Talk faster my ears are itching.” These are the words that came to mind when I found out that I was being told “no” for the opportunity that was near and dear to my heart. Imagine building an opportunity for two months hoping that it would come through, but it all...read more
“Wilson’s speech is interesting, sincere, and eye-opening.”Karen DeLange