Paul F. Davis is a Worldwide Motivational Speaker, Wellness Trainer, College and Career Counselor, Life Coach and Author of 20+ Books who has touched 76 Nations serving the U.S. Military, Companies, Cruise Lines, and Universities across the globe. As an international educator Paul is certified with the states of Florida and Arizona to teach ESL, English, Social Studies and Health. Paul has 7 years formal teaching experience in public, charter and international schools (having lived around the world). Paul has earned 4 Master degrees with honors: Educational Leadership (University of Texas), Global Affairs (New York University), Global Food Law (Michigan State College of Law), and Health (University of Alabama). Paul was trained in college and educational consulting at the University of California at Los Angeles.
Paul empowers people to transcend their limitations, live their dreams and achieve peak performance body-mind-spirit (along with reducing medical and insurance costs for companies through the creation of optimal wellness programs). Paul serves Fortune 500 Companies, the U.S. Military, Governments, Cruise Lines at Sea, Churches, and Universities across the globe. Paul has appeared on numerous international broadcasts from Investors' Business Daily, Oprah and Friends to Fox News to talk about success, leadership, relational intricacies, conflict resolution, life balance and overcoming adversity.
Paul was nominated by the Buena Vista Rotary Club as a World Peace Scholar, was awarded an International Security scholarship from the University of Sussex (United Kingdom), and earned an Administrative Law award from Michigan State College of Law. Paul served the American China Exchange Society as a Educational and Business Consultant, teaching and developing an American showroom to acquaint students and parents with American History, Education and Culture preparing Chinese students to study at American Colleges and Universities.
Paul worked at Ground Zero in New York City during the first week of 9/11; helped rebuild a home at the tsunami epicenter in Indonesia; comforted victims of genocide in Rwanda; spoke to leaders in East Timor during the war before the United Nations recognized Timor Leste as a new nation granting independence (and 10 years later served the U.S. Embassy in Timor Leste); inspired students and monks in Myanmar; promoted peace, religious tolerance and reconciliation in Pakistan (after 9/11 and before Presidents Bush and Obama pursued Bin Laden therein); developed leaders deep in the bush of rural war-torn east Africa; and fed the hungry in impoverished Haiti.