Monday, August 22, 2011
My guest tonight demonstrates that life is what you make it. When a drunk driver hit him head on in 1993, 16 year old Michael Mills could have decided to live life passively. Instead, he has adopted the saying "Kill it", as it applies to never leaving anything on the table, leave no part undone, nothing left behind, give it your all. Even when he is shunned and discriminated against for his tattoos, he doesn't let circumstances prevent him from living life to its fullest. With the support of his wife, Tiffany, they make a first class team and enjoy everyday, making the best of each opportunity they are given. He is an athlete, father, husband, spokesperson and in this interviewers opinion, life coach. He is the perfect example of how to do life, and do it successfully.
Pictured-Bobby Stokes, Michael Mills, Tiffany Mills, Kellye Williams.
Michael recommends the complete line of Advocare products for the serious athlete and those wanting to be in the best health possible.
For more information on the documentary Michael mentioned, visit Color Me Equal.
Michael trains with Bobby Stokes at Fit Bodies. If you are in the East Atlanta area and need a personal trainer, email Bobby at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you missed the show, it is now in archives! Visit Revmedia to hear the broadcast in its entirety.
The answer to the trivia question is Zach Hunter. He is a teenage author who has just released a revised version of his book Be The Change that was originally published when he was 14 years old. He is a modern day abolitionist (and yes, we do have slavery in our society) who believes one person can make a difference. Read Be The Change and impact your world! 171 pages, Zondervan.
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