Michael started teaching and speaking by being invited by fellow REALTORS to share his experiences on certain topics, like:

International Real Estate, Personal Marketing, marketing Fine Homes and Estates and Traits of a Successful Realtor.


Michael was then invited to do some speaking to agents of other CENTURY 21 offices and at international CENTURY 21 conventions.


Michael was a 3 time speaker at Florida Sun Magazine seminar weekends in Germany and Switzerland.  He was the speaker for the topic of Florida Real Estate.


A few years ago Michael got involved with Junior Achievement and has taught at Cape Coral High School and is teaching annually at Gulf Middle School in Cape Coral.  In the spring of 2009 Michael will teach two 8th grade classes at Gulf Middle.  He also speaks to high school seniors about the choice to become a Realtor as a first profession directly out of high school.  Since 2010 Michael teaches finance classes at Coronado High School in Fort Myers.  Michel usuall teached two classes every year.

Professor Zalewski of FGCU invites Michael annually to teach a short session on business ethics.

Michael also entered the "education" field of the Renaissance Academy of the Florida Gulf Coast University with presentations of his important and very informative topic: The Emerging World - Opportunity or Threat?  Michael will speak about the political party system in Germany in comparison to the USA system in the 2009/2010 season.


News Press - April 13, 2014:
Junior Achievement influences SW Florida students


Michael Schneider-Christians
3581 Valle Santa Cir.
Cape Coral, FL 33909 USA
PH: 239-549-9993
Cell/SMS: 239-851-3975

Daily Analysis

  • Issue Guide: Fidel Castro

    Fidel Castro, who died on November 25, was one of the most prominent figures of the Cold War and an adversary of ten consecutive U.S. presidential administrations. This reading list considers the legacy of his nearly fifty years in power, including the Cuban Missle Crisis, the U.S. economic embargo, and the years following the Cold War.


  • Adrift in Afghanistan

    As the war in Afghanistan drifts back into the public spotlight, Senior Fellow Gayle Tzemach Lemmon argues that five “urgent questions must be answered about the near- and long-term future of the fight.” The United States must clarify its definition of stability and success in Afghanistan, determine whether the Taliban, ISIS, or both is the enemy, discuss how many troops are needed on the ground, and create plans for stemming the loss of life among Afghan forces and for bringing an end to the war. 

  • Making Chile Great Again

    Since its return to democracy in 1990, Chile has been heralded as Latin America’s exception, writes Shannon O’Neil. But in the present, “this tranquillity has come to an end, and the economic and social consensus of the postauthoritarian years has crumbled.”

  • A Vision of Trump at War

    Writing in Foreign Affairs, Philip Gordon offers a vision of how President Trump could stumble—through bluster, wishful thinking, and miscalculation—into war with Iran, China, and North Korea. 

  • World Order 2.0

    There is growing tension between President Trump’s America First doctrine and building order in an interconnected world, writes CFR President Richard N. Haass.

  • Egypt’s Nightmare

    The single-minded pursuit of the Muslim Brotherhood has become the guiding principle of Egypt’s foreign and domestic policies, writes CFR’s Steven A. Cook. These policies, however, are proving counterproductive and destabilizing to the lives of Egyptians as well as Gazans, Libyans, and Syrians.