Whether delivering a keynote speech, providing a workshop or serving as an event host or panelist; Gary “Litefoot” Davis continues to inspire audiences everywhere with his...
Litefoot’s Book, The Medicine of Prayer, is now available on Amazon.com, Apple’s ibookstore and at Barnes and Noble.com! Download it today and enjoy reading it on your iPad,...
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Gary “Litefoot” Davis to speak at the “Warrior to Warrior Leadership Symposium” at Idaho State University on May 2, 2013.Read More
Gary “Litefoot” Davis, President and CEO of the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development (NCAIED), presented on the International Business panel at the Native American Finance Officers Assoc. conference this past Friday in Nashville and opened minds to global opportunities for Indian Country. Think/Live #outsidethebox RISE!Read More
Whether delivering a keynote speech, providing a workshop or serving as an event host or panelist; Gary “Litefoot” Davis continues to inspire audiences everywhere with his positive and highly motivational appearances!
“The National Indian Gaming Association stands behind Litefoot and helping get Litefoot’s message out. Litefoot will bring you peace, love, kindness, and understanding. He will bring influence. He will bring assertiveness and most importantly Litefoot will bring the warrior to town. A powerful leader.” - Ernest L. Stevens Jr. – Chairman, The National Indian Gaming Association
Gary “Litefoot” Davis is the President and CEO of the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development. He is a successful Entrepreneur, Actor, Recording Artist, Author and Public Speaker. Since 1992, Mr. Davis has inspired thousands of audiences throughout North America by delivering his own brand of engaging and highly impactful motivational speeches. He regularly provides his services as a panelist, event host and master of ceremonies. Additionally, he has lectured at various Colleges and State Universities across the United States, ranging from Virginia Tech and Oregon State University to Sitting Bull College. Mr. Davis continues to be a consistent voice in the American Indian community as a featured speaker for Tribes, Tribal programs, Schools and national American Indian organization’s.Read More
Litefoot’s Book, The Medicine of Prayer, is now available on Amazon.com, Apple’s ibookstore and at Barnes and Noble.com! Download it today and enjoy reading it on your iPad, iPhone, iPod, Kindle or Nook reader!
Nothing is impossible with the Medicine of Prayer! Accomplish all you were born to accomplish and begin living the life you were born to live. It is all possible and waiting for you! Gary “Litefoot” Davis, Native American musician, motivational speaker, feature film actor and entrepreneur takes us on the journey of a life guided by the power of prayer and his walk with the Creator. For Litefoot, the Medicine of Prayer has been the source he has drawn from to overcome his challenges and find success in life. In his first book, he issues a call to readers to seize the day and recognize that we all have the power to improve our lives.
“On Saturday, I finished reading “The Medicine of Prayer”. I wanted to Congratulate you on a wonderfully written, encouraging and highly inspirational book. Your efforts throughout Indian Country are making a real difference in thousands of young lives throughout the United States. When I first met you at Res 2011, I knew that you were someone who was a game changer. Keep up the great work and much continued success.” – Michael A. Noone, Morgan Stanley Smith Barney LLC
“I absolutely loved it. It really is a beautiful book. I’m glad we bought it” -Rich Cartmell
“I thought the book was sensational. You know, Litefoot had a very rough life in his younger years and never felt sorry for himself, so he got this from his grandparents and parents…very strong upbringing. Thank you for writing the book.” -Rita Snow
“I read your book and its amazing. It has taught me a lot.” -Jazmyne BlancoRead More
The Indian in The Cupboard
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I was blessed last night to have the honor to speak for the Quapaw Tribe in Oklahoma! Afterwards I was blessed to receive so many positive and uplifting comments about my talk. This morning, as I was leaving the beautiful hotel at Downstream Casino- More people came up to me and shared uplifting words about how my message had really touched them.
As I was on my way back to the airport today, I started to think of how many times I could have given up when I first started pursuing my dreams in Oklahoma – back in 1991. How many times I could have listened to people who didn’t think I could “do it” or “make it”. I started to think how easy it would have been for me to quit. And If I would have… How so many things would be so very different and my life would be much, much less fulfilling.
Tonight, I go to sleep in Pocatello, Idaho and will speak tomorrow at Idaho State University. On the way to the hotel from the airport tonight- I was quickened to remember- 20 years ago driving the same highway, pulling a trailer full of sound equipment and merchandise on the way to perform a rap concert for the ShoBan Tribe and uplift Native youth. That was 1993. I hadn’t been to Idaho to rap yet and no one really knew who I was in this part of the country. The name “Litefoot” was just getting known around Indian Country.
Tonight my mind raced back, through the tens of thousands of miles I’ve driven, over the last two decades, alone with my thoughts and the aspiration to make a difference in Indian Country. I didn’t know then where it would all lead. I just knew I wanted to make a difference. I wanted to accomplish my dream! I knew my road and I relentlessly pursued it.
As I remember back to those days, I realize just how far I have come and how many miles, and hours and how much dedication has gone into all that I have now been so blessed to accomplish. It’s literally been a long road! And a LOT of hard work. But the rewards have been, and are, beyond anything I could have contemplated accomplishing 20 years ago…driving into the night or counting mile markers watching the sun come up.
I am thankful for every inch of the road that has brought me to where I am and I will never forget – the road. My road. Tomorrow at Idaho State University- I will encourage everyone gathered – to find their path and to walk their road! No matter what anyone else says or thinks- walk your road. No matter how tough it gets or how you may feel you are just spinning your wheels- walk your road!
Because your life, is your “road” and it comes from the Creator. You were born to walk. So RISE and get going and never stop. The fuel you need is your prayers- so pray and you will always find on your road – exactly what you need, exactly when you need it.
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