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Dr. Vincent Muli Kituku works with organizations and individuals to increase productivity and achieve optimum potential. He has risen to prominence by delivering authentic, informative and high-energy messages that help people "spear social buffaloes" and live up to their greatness. Dr. Kituku, a native of Kenya, Africa, draws on his rich cultural heritage and his in-depth experience in corporate America to help others apply the strategies of personal and professional success to their lives. Vincent offers individuals and organizations the "spears" they need to overcome and thrive beyond their buffaloes. The impact of Dr. Kituku's memorable speeches and workshops has propelled him into a league of his own. He has given presentations to Fortune 500 Companies, Workforce Development Agencies, as well as the National Association of Rural Mental Health, the National Citizen Police Academy, the National Trainers Association, Mountain Home Air Force, and the U.S. Forest Service. Vincent has helped football teams win Conference Championship and Bowl Games. His expertise is called upon annually by many groups to establish creative training techniques for trainers and educators to use in businesses and youth development programs. Dr. Kituku is a widely read influential writer in business, inspiration and education. Using his exuberant, concise and riveting style, Vincent has created books and articles of substance that are eminently readable, with authentic clarity and relevancy. He has worked extensively with both government and private sectors. A former training specialist for Idaho Power Company, and an active adjunct professor of Boise State University, Dr. Kituku also conducts professional and scholarly workshops at the University of Montana, George Fox University and the College of Southern Idaho. "What we do for ourselves can get us by. What we do for others is what gets us ahead; whether in our profession, spiritual pursuits or relationships." Dr. Vincent Muli Kituku [+]