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Former Special Ed Student Who Earned His Masters Degree Honored with Prestigious Diamond Award at Next Level Speakers Annual Conference

Nationwide — Renowned international motivational speaker Brad Butler II has been honored with the prestigious Diamond Award at the Next Level Speakers Annual Conference. This accolade, presented by the world’s leading motivational speaker Dr. Eric Thomas (ET The Hiphop Preacher) and world renowned speaker Jeremy Anderson, recognizes Butler’s extraordinary contributions to the field of motivational speaking and his unwavering commitment to inspiring individuals across the globe.

The Diamond Award is one of the highest honors bestowed at the Next Level Speakers Annual Conference, celebrating speakers who have demonstrated exceptional impact, innovation, and dedication in their work. Brad Butler II’s receipt of this award highlights his remarkable ability to connect with diverse audiences, empowering them to overcome obstacles and achieve their fullest potential. The Diamond Award is the fifth award Butler has won since 2020 when the Next Level Speakers Academy was established. The awards being: Leader of the Year, Speaker of the Year, 2x Platinum Award Winner, Diamond Award.

“I am deeply honored to receive the Diamond Award from my mentors and coaches Dr. Eric
Thomas and Jeremy Anderson,” said Butler. “This recognition is a testament to the power of
perseverance and the importance of believing in oneself. My mission has always been to inspire
and speak life into others, and this award is just proof that anything is possible with the right mindset, community and coaches.”

Brad Butler II’s journey to becoming a leading motivational speaker is a story of resilience and
determination. Overcoming significant personal challenges, Butler has dedicated his life to
sharing his experiences and insights with audiences worldwide. His dynamic presentations,
characterized by authenticity and a compelling narrative, have made a lasting impact on
countless individuals and organizations.

As Brad Butler II continues to expand his reach and influence, this recognition serves as a
milestone in his career, underscoring his impact on the field of motivational speaking. With the
Diamond Award, Butler joins an elite group of speakers who have set the standard for
excellence and inspiration.

About
Brad Butler II is a husband, father, international speaker, author, and coach dedicated to
inspiring individuals to overcome adversity and achieve their goals. With a powerful personal
story and a dynamic speaking style, Butler has captivated audiences worldwide, delivering
messages of hope, resilience, and empowerment. For more information about Brad Butler II and
his upcoming speaking engagements, please visit BradButler2.com or follow him on Instagram @BradButlerthe2nd

For press inquiries, contact contact@bradbutler2.com


Source: BlackNews.com

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