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Entertainment | Humor | Inspiration | Motivation | Personal Development
Michael Aronin is a nationally acclaimed speaker who teaches his audiences how to get past personal shortcomings and move forward productively in their careers. Being both a comedian and motivational speaker, he is able to make this difficult topic both entertaining and enlightening.
Such prominent media sources as ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox Television, The Baltimore Sun, and The Baltimore Business Journal have recognized Mr. Aronin's outstanding efforts. He will captivate your audience and provide them with a new positive outlook on setting and obtaining goals.
As a physically challenged member of the business community, Michael Aronin provides a new perspective for overcoming obstacles that goes far beyond "textbook knowledge." Combining his personal experience with existing facts, he makes an impact on his audiences in a way that lifts their spirits and motivates them to improve their abilities in the workplace without apprehension, while making them smile.
Mr. Aronin knows two things: he's got a killer sense of humor, and he's got cerebral palsy. But he never let his disability get him down--in fact it hardly even fazed him. While an undergraduate at Towson State University, he was elected President of the Student Government Association. He went on to be one of the hardest working comics in the country.
Today Michael Aronin spends much of his time lending that considerable wit, and a surprising dose of wisdom, to motivational speaking. He feels that his presentations benefit those who are disabled as well as those who are not. He speaks about what it was like growing up disabled in an able bodied world, of the importance of believing in ourselves, of building and maintaining a support system, and of the crucial role humor and attitude can play in our lives. As he will tell you, his only disability is losing his hair at an early age.
Mr. Aronin offers humor as a way to break down barriers and prove that someone who is disabled can have the same outlook on life as one who is not. Because, disabled or not, we can be our own best friend or our own worst enemy. He believes that we all face challenges one way or another. You will see in his program that it is not the disability stopping you from achieving, but your attitude towards your own situation.
Michael Aronin understands people and in his presentations, he uses a rare combination of leadership skills and gentle nudging to help them bring out the best in themselves. He spends every day in mirthful battle with everything from modem "conveniences" to other people's prejudices, and through it all helps us to see the humor and the potential in our own frustrations.
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