Spencer Miller is a man seen by many, but known by few. When you see Spencer Miller, most people see his physical disability. Spencer has cerebral palsy and has been confided to a wheelchair his entire life. The many people who see Spencer Miller, see his disability and feel sorry for Spencer. When in fact the opposite should be true. Spencer Miller is somebody who should be looked up to, someone who should be admired, someone with whom you could use as a mentor. Spencer Miller is the very definition of the term “it’s not how many times you get knocked down in life, it’s how many times you get back up”. Spencer sets goals for himself and he attains those goals. His disability is not an excuse, simply an obstacle, an obstacle for which he overcomes time and time again.
To inspire others, Spencer took up a career as a motivational speaker. This career has blossomed from speaking at high schools and charitable events, to being the official motivational speaker for professional sports teams including the Toronto Argos. Spencer now speaks at corporate conferences, political events and self help seminars spreading the word about his story so he can inspire others to fight for their goals as well. In terms of broadcast journalism, Spencer worked his way from being a regular guest on a very popular morning show in Toronto to having his own internet television show “Spencer Miller Tonight”, That talk show has brought very high profile celebrity guests including Dane Cook, Russell Peters, Georges St. Pierre, Dana White, Wilmer Valderrama and many others.
Overall, between his motivational speeches and his journalism career, Spencer been officially invited to the Canadian Parliament, the White House and Buckingham Palace. He’s become great friends and personal mentors to various professional athletes, actors and musicians. Most importantly however, Spencer has a sense of humour and a thirst for life that is unmatched in today’s society.
Spencer miller is a world renowned motivational speaker and former ambassador for Canada. In this role Spencer has traveled the world telling his story while along the way working with and motivating some great people from Princess Diana and Nelson Mandela to athletes such as Georges St Pierre and Roberto Alomar.
Throughout his career Spencer has been very passionate and outspoken about the importance of helping others and charity work that’s why Spencer is completely honored to be joining the ONEXONE family as its newest ambassador!!