1. Tell us about your success journey as an influencer? I actually don’t think of myself as an influencer but more of an ordinary person who shares inspiring stories to help our world be a better place. Our success has come from our commitment to share information with kids in a genuine and honest way.

2. What advice would you give you give to a younger person who want to follow your footsteps?

My advice for younger people who want to follow in my footsteps is don’t try to be like anyone else. Too often people try to emulate someone they are impressed by and it never works because you simply cannot be someone else. To succeed, focus on what excites you and share that with others in your own, unique way. As Oscar Wild said, ‘Be yourself. Everyone else is taken’.

3. What do you do for your well-being?

You cannot fill someone’s jug unless yours is full. To take care of myself I journal, doodle, read, meditate and exercise daily.


Trevor Romain is a best-selling, award-winning, children’s book author and illustrator as well as a sought-after motivational speaker.

Trevor has written over fifty books that have sold more than a million copies worldwide and have been published in 22 different languages.

For more than 30 years, Trevor has traveled to schools, hospitals, orphanages, refugee camps, and military bases worldwide, delivering his unique self-help messages to hundreds of thousands of children.

Trevor is a past President of the American Childhood Cancer Organization and is well known for his work with the Make-A-Wish Foundation, The United Nations, UNICEF, The Boys and Girls Club, and the USO. Trevor is the co-founder of the Comfort Crew for Military Kids and the Trevor Romain Company.

He has performed on multiple USO tours, helping military kids deal with the problems they face on a daily basis, including the deployment of a parent, wounded parents and coping with the loss of a loved one.

Trevor has worked with the United Nations developing educational materials for children living in armed-conflict areas. He has visited and worked with former child soldiers and at refugee camps and orphanages in the Congo, Burundi, Rwanda, and Uganda.

Trevor continues to work with children around the world including military children and orphans in South Africa.​