Season 1, Episode 28: Melony McGant – Humanist, Thought-Leader & Author

Today’s guest is Rev. Melony McGant (aka Miss Mellie Rainbow). She is a storyteller, thought-leader, humanist, poet & compassionate communications professional with more than 20 years experience in assisting people and organizations to discover and promote their personal or professional life missions.

A resident of New York City, Rev. McGant is a career/life coach and personal empowerment workshop facilitator and an ordained Interfaith Minister. She wrote the novel Sunshine & Olivier: A Parable of Love, and was the primary author of The Healing Adagio: A Love Symphony In Five Parts. Her latest publication is the new journal, empowerment workbook Seeker Dreamer: Amazing, Brilliant Compassionate YOU.

Her writings can also be found in several anthologies, including The Book of Hope, The World Book of Healing and Go Tell Michelle: African American Women Write to Michelle Obama.

You can follow her musings, Love – Even on a Rainy Day, at

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4 thoughts on “Season 1, Episode 28: Melony McGant – Humanist, Thought-Leader & Author

  1. Michael, Thank You for allowing me to be the 28th Guest on Your New Show, “Consciously Speaking”. You Are an example of one who Breathes Deeply, Listens Deeply, Offers Compassion and Builds Bridges of Good. This Is What It Means to Live Consciously! Bravo Michael Neeley!!!

    • Melony, the pleasure was absolutely mine. I love what you are up to in the world and I hope to continue to share it in future episodes.

      It is a delight to know you, and I look forward to getting to know you more over the years.

      Much love,


    • Melony, referencing that simple acts of listening and sharing can be healing reasonated within me. What a blessing to have had an additional venue to share your light and introduce others to Michael Neely!

  2. You could certainly see your enthusiasm within the work you write.

    The world hopes for more passionate writers such as you who aren’t afraid to say how they believe.
    At all times follow your heart.
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