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www.wmfd.com - If you're looking to make a change in your life, look no further than your own backyard. One of Mansfield's own wants to help you "Take Back Your Personal Power"

   
 
 
Take Back Your Personal Power

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If you're looking to make a change in your life, look no further than your own backyard. One of Mansfield's own wants to help you "Take Back Your Personal Power"

Bryce Millikin presents his first two talks, which kick off his 2014 summer/fall speaking tour, right here in his hometown of Mansfield. If you missed Monday night's talk, you still have a chance to enjoy an evening of inspirational and self- empowering messages Tuesday night.

The talks titled "Take Back Your Personal Power" encourage us to take charge of our lives, as Bryce did with his own. A commercial photographer for many years, Bryce was constantly working with people for hours at a time and would often engage in lengthy conversations about their lives. He enjoyed listening and helping people with the challenges they faced and realized he "was on to something" when they turned their lives around because of his advice. During his talks, Bryce also plays original pieces meant to assist in storytelling.

He plans to speak at a few events across Ohio this summer and hopes to reach a Teen and College audience.

Tuesday evening's event takes place at the First United Methodist Church on the square in Downtown Mansfield at 7pm.

For more information, visit Brycetalks.com.

   
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