In the summer of 2017 you can bring in the WOE Man Show to give motivation inspiration and encouragement to your group youth church program city town organization association school college business or company.
While faced with divorce with his after college sweetheart Derrick Hayes moved with a friend and slept on his apartment floor without a bed for over a year. Next to Derrick was a bible that read woe is me and a dictionary that defined woe as a trial and tribulation. When Derrick pulled out a pen and pad he received his life changing statement, “Before you leave work or go to sleep tonight, give someone a WOE, a Word Of Encouragement.”
Derrick had Derricknyms but when facing adversity the universe used him to give the world WOE by speaking to him through words so that others would receive entertainment education and elevation.
The WOE Man Show came to life after Derrick Hayes developed his craft as a Motivational Speaker at several events sponsored by such entities as the U.S. Department of Commerce, Subway, Legacy Chevrolet, Brown Sanders College, Georgia State University, Tennessee Childcare Facilities Corporation, Mississippi 4-H, American Camping Association, Bowie State University, Tennessee State University, Georgia Power, Jackson State University, and many others.
Derrick Hayes is never selfish with his success as he gives back to others by providing them with guest blogging opportunities, publicity with DERRICK Interviews, recognition via his blog Today’s Honoree and motivation with The DAILY Message and the Android and iPhones app Motivation To Your Mobile.
Book the WOE Man Show by visiting www.derrickhayes.com, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and by calling (706) 615-1662.
Back in the day when the music would play it was Big Daddy Kane saying, “Aint No Half Stepping” and now I hear people debating whether a glass is half empty or half full. Half of something is better than half of nothing so through the word HALF I give you 4 thoughts of inspiration so that you can HALF Your Way To The Bank.
H is so that put a Halt to anything that takes you backward and won’t let you move forward.
A is so that Adjust and trust that you can maintain so your goals can be obtained.
L is so that you Learn ways to get better and be a go getter so that you can earn more cheddar.
F is for the Freedom you will have when you put a Halt to somethings and Adjust to other things so that you truly Learn how to grow.
Even if you are not working full time you are already HALF Way To The Bank.
Derrick Hayes at www.DerrickHayes.com is an Author and Motivational Speaker
College is a very opportune time in a person’s life. Not only are you gaining knowledge and experiences, but you are also meeting people. Lots of people. These individuals may continue to influence and change your life long after college graduation. There are many different reasons for cultivating professional and personal relationships with people such as professors, fellow students, and professionals. However, the following three are important to recognize now.
Learn Street Smarts:
Many people will tell you that a lot of the learning you experience in college actually happens outside of the classroom. While it’s great to be a 4.0 student, and keep tidy notes that you can use for the rest of your career, there’s also something to be said for the person who can gain insight and share ideas from outside of a text book. Having relationships with others during college gives you a sounding board for ideas and resources that can’t be found in a book. It can be instrumental in figuring out the direction you want to head in.
Increase Career Opportunities:
You may have heard of the old adage, ‘It’s not what you know, but who you know…” Well, it’s true in many cases. Hundreds of professionals can attribute their career to knowing someone else in the field. As a matter of fact, 63% of college graduates have a friend or acquaintance to thank for helping them land the job they have. Professors are also a great connection when job searching. They often have connections to people already working in the field, and can refer them to you or provide letters of recommendation. Even if you find a career and are happy with your current job, it’s never a bad idea to have contacts in related fields of study, in case you want to move in a different direction.
Lastly, most students entering college are fresh out of high school and still figuring out who they are, where their strengths lie and what they want to do. By reaching out to a new community of people, you will put yourself in new situations and relationships where you can learn more about yourself. Making new connections will allow you to push your limits, try new things and develop confidence along the way. People often look back in fondness at their college years. Many are thankful for the education and proud of the degree they earned through long hours of studies. But most people are truly happy to have met people, whether students, professors, mentors, their spouse or professionals in the field. These connections will be taken with them no matter what steps they take next. The quality of the connections made can greatly influence the college experience and opportunities available afterward. So take our words of advice and reach out to those around you, look for opportunities to get involved, get to know your professors and connect with people every chance you get. You will be thankful you did down the road.
About Aditya Singhal:
Aditya Singhal is the co-founder of Transtutors.com, a leading online tutoring help for college students. Having graduated from prestigious Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), he worked briefly with American Consulting firm, Kurt Salmon Associates before taking the entrepreneurial route. Outside the work ambit, Aditya has a personal interest in helping MBA students. He is also actively involved in giving back to the society by contributing a part of the revenue towards education of poor students in India.