Robert Harper II, is a native of Houston, TX. He’s a graduate of the University of Houston. Robert Harper II is a sensational motivational speaker, author, educator and minister. He has a style that’s all his own. His ability to not only communicate with his audience but connect with them is what makes him memorable. His message is full of hope, passion and sincerity. The impact Robert makes on his audience is due to his heart of compassion. He knows life can become challenging and very unexpected. That is why he believes people are in need of a helping hand instead of a judgmental finger. Robert is dedicated to his craft and the art of communicating effectively. It’s clear that he gets it. He knows how to meet you where you are but loves you enough not to leave you there.
Robert is a dynamic and sought after speaker. Over Robert’s twelve years of professional speaking, he’s had the privilege to speak to various crowds such as corporations, colleges, High schools, churches, organizations and etc. He has empowered thousands to walk out their fullest potential. He encourages them to live out their potential not only for themselves but for those they are connected to.
Robert is also the author of the phenomenal book “Talk to Yourself”. The book is designed to give individuals the tools they need to conquer self doubt, limited thinking and negative self talk. He approaches the book from a practical, psychological and spiritual perspective. The book will take one from a fixed mindset to a growth mindset.
Robert draws from his own experiences as they relate scholastic struggles, family tragedies , personal challenges and etc. Robert knows the obstacle of growing up in a high peer pressured environment and where one struggles to be his or her authentic self. Through his obstacles and challenges he has learned to recycle his pain. He has turned his pain into a powerful example of a life lived on purpose. His setbacks in life has now positioned him to relate in a dynamic way to his audience.
In a society that often promotes appearing to be rather than actually being-Robert endeavors to put a high premium on character over reputation. Robert encourages his audience to know that life is bigger than just themselves. We all have a responsibility. A responsibility to live on purpose, pursue our passions and project our divine destinies.