PRLog - Jan. 28, 2012 - FORT WASHINGTON, Md. -- Success is no stranger to William McCloud, in fact he is the product of poverty and discovered how to escape it. Tune in to listen to the archive of Bill McCloud, he excited the listeners and took the show to a new level.
Bill won three Emmy Awards for the outstanding work he performed as a cameraman for the show Benson, Wide World of Sports and Family Feud. This is pretty heady stuff when you consider he was raised by his grandmother because his mother was a madame and a hustler.
Bill McCloud chose to live his best life possible, attended college and was highly sought after by ABC TV to become a cameraman and he was the first African American to be hired by them. Over the course of his career, Bill learned valuable life lessons and share them with listeners during his interview with host, Paul Lawrence Vann.
Bill is also the author of the highly acclaimed book, Setbacks Create Comebacks. His book provides a raw look at growing up in abject poverty, rejecting a life of repute and facing life challenges with faith, rather than fear.
Listeners from across America tuned in to listen to Bill McCloud because he is a motivator and understand the value and worth of people. He should know because he came up on the rough side of the mountain and scaled success on the other side.
Producer and host, Paul Lawrence Vann states, "Bill McCloud is one of the most fascinating people on earth. This 81 year old man has the mind of a 25 year old and the center of his life philosophy is about people taking care of their family."
The Wealthy Speaker Show broadcast live on Blog Talk Radio, tune in to listen to Bill McCloud discuss how Setbacks Create Comebacks, http://www.blogtalkradio.com/
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