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Gail McWilliams is a seasoned speaker, multi-published author, and national radio host who engages her audiences with challenge, humor and life-changing inspiration. Her gripping story of gradually losing her eyesight while having her children is the backdrop to her life-message of vision that sees no limits. Gail says, “In my darkest hour vision was birthed, and when you have vision you can see in the darkest places of life.” She is humorous, challenging, and unforgettable. Gail exudes hope, vision, and the ability to see beyond any obstacle. Her inspiration and motivation help people take steps toward their personal dreams and toward a high sense of purpose.

Bring Gail to your next event…

Gail radiates a contagious passion for life

Gail energizes audiences with fresh, relevant insights

Gail connects with all ages in various positions

Experience a renewed focus to see beyond today

Receive inspiration to live life with no limits

Receive inspiration for new ideas and fresh energy to act

Discover how to overcome obstacles and challenges

Enjoy a presentation from a resilient visionary who inspires action

Gail’s vivacious personality, effervescent humor, and uncanny capacity to share her life message encourages people to soar to new summits.


Enhance the lives of those within your organization through renewed vision and fresh perspective.

Book Gail McWilliams today!

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Testimonies

See what others say about Gail

“Gail McWilliams will knock your socks off!”
Governer Rick Perry, Texas
“Our staff was tremendously encouraged and very impressed… Her message is clear, profound and so understandable… I was personally encouraged…”
Zig Ziglar
“Having Mrs. McWilliams share her story and nuggets of wisdom is truly priceless. Gail engaged us in a “talk with you and not at you” leadership mode.”
Rodney K. Marshall, T & E Investments

Where Has Gail Spoken?



Click Below to View Video Resources

50 Yard Line
What is a disabled leader?
The Receptionist
Engage People
Champion
Can’t is a Profane Word