'It's time to enjoy the journey!"


What Others Are Saying

Are you looking for a keynote speaker or workshop facilitator that can engage and inspire your audience? Are you ready for an event that your participants will walk out of feeling energized and confident in the direction that they're heading? If so, Melvin Banks is the speaker for you! Melvin's engaging, dynamic style of merging sound principles with heart-warming stories, connects his audience directly to the message and brings them into the stories that he tells. 

By bringing the audience into the message, he's able to help the audience to shift their perspective and experience the other parties point of view, which ultimately opens dialogue and helps to shift one's thought process from, stagnation, to a place of growth. Will this year be the year that your team shifts into high gear and begins operating at its potential? Let Melvin help you to ensure that!



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TESTIMONIALS
  1. Melvin makes all of his points very workable into your own life and situations. His workshop was very emotional and his stories easy to relate to. I recommend Melvin Banks to everyone.

    Larry S.

  2. Melvin is very candid and emotional and makes you feel open and want to share.

    Mellie K.

  3. Everyone needs Melvin Banks in their lives. If you do not know where to start or don't have a sense of purpose, Melvin will get you on the right track.

    Ovenson M.

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  1. What Are You Fighting For?
    18 Jul, 2018
    What Are You Fighting For?
    Midweek Inspirational Thought for the Day: "What are you fighting for?" A while back I watched the movie "Creed". If you're unfamiliar with it, it's essentially a sequel to the Rocky anthology. The only difference is in "Creed", the story is being told from perspective of Adonis Creed. The illegitimate son of Apollo Creed, that no one knew about. Long after his father's death Adonis finds himself chasing his dream of walking in his father's footsteps as a prize fighter. After battling his way
  2. The Question
    27 May, 2016
    The Question
    I'll never forget the day my father asked me "The Question", son what do you want to do with your life? Being age 18 I had no idea. All I knew was when you became an adult you were suppose to get a job. So with my 18 years of wisdom, I responded to my father in the manner I thought he wanted me to. I guess I want to get a job at the plant like you. My father's response wasn't what I expected. In a solemn almost dejected voice he said, "son you can do anything you want with your life, dont waste
  3. Adversity
    24 May, 2016
    Adversity
    I think Dr. MLK said it best when he stated, "The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands in times of conflict and controversy." When life goes unchallenged, it's easy to have a positive attitude and approach. When we operate out of comfort, our beliefs, values and commitment go untested and so too does our potential. It isn't until life challenges us to our very core, that we really begin to grow and understand who we are and