with Author and Actress Aesha Waks
with Tie Tie: Water You Going To Do – The Fish, Dolphin, Shark and Whale
Welcome to HBCU Week and Please make This LAST (Like And Share This). HBCU Week is an online and virtual experience presented by Derrick Hayes the “enTIEtainer” to give back to parents, students and HBCU Alumni. We will make this happen through programming and interviews. Here is the schedule for this week. Other events may be added so please tune in. All events will be seen on Facebook www.facebook.com/derrickhayes and YouTube www.youtube.com/entietainer
On Monday June 29th at 12 Noon EST. we will kick it off with HBCU Monday with the Welcome from Talladega College graduate Terry White who is the Basketball Coach at George Washington Carver.
On Monday June 29th at 7 PM EST. we will have VOTE Your Best Life as I will interview Edward Waters College graduate L.J. Holloway who is the Founder of All About Healthcare Advocates, Partner in Today’s Honoree and currently a candidate in the race for Congress in the 5th District in Florida
On Tuesday June 30th at 12 noon EST. I will interview Fort Valley State University graduate Ozone Mayweather who is an Entertainer, DJ and Brand Builder on Episode 23 of Life Skill Life School.
On Wednesday July 1st at 12 EST. we will have the HBCU Hump Day HUDDLE where I will interview former Tuskegee University professor Dr. J. Aleem Hud who is the Founder of Project Rebound, Inc.
On Thursday July 2nd we will have Spelman College graduate Candace Shaw who is the Founder of Why Hate Math www.whyhatemath.com on Episode 24 of Life Skill Life School.
Mechelle Tucker Interview Part 2 takes place on Life Skill Life School Episode 21 with Derrick Hayes the “enTIEtainer” and in this conversation Mechelle Tucker is looking to be a blessing to at least 5 business owners. Please visit http://www.1stclassconsultant.com for more information on Mechelle Tucker.
Bow Tie Monday started at Jordan High School in Columbus, GA when Darius Moore asked Derrick Hayes to participate and where a Bow Tie each Monday.
The last thought on Derrick Hayes mind was to wear a tie to work but he also did not want to say no to someone else dream. After wearing a bow tie for a few weeks there was a day when the weather would not permit anyone to go out and get another bow tie so Hayes had to learn how to turn the regular ties that he already had into bow ties so that he could continue to participate in Bow Tie Monday.
Since Derrick Hayes did not kill his dream it ended up living his. Derrick Hayes went from not wanting to wear a tie to sharing and teaching others how to tie regular ties and also how to turn them into bow ties and the impact and feedback from men, women and children was incredible.
Now Derrick Hayes has branded himself as the “enTIEtainer” since he has added new tie tying techniques to his seminars, workshops, routines and Stand Up Encouragement sessions. The “enTIEtainer” is available to perform and uplift audiences at schools, colleges, corporations, meetings, events, concerts, festivals, clubs, casinos, churches, carnivals and other venues.
(Please watch until the end so that you can receive the entire message) Welcome to Motivational Monday where we are at the Traffic Light and it provides us all with motivation and inspiration because we have to know when to stop, when to go and when to slow down. Please watch until the end
Welcome to this moment where Terrance Hill invited me to speak to the young men and women that he was helping teach how to play basketball at the Fort Service Learning Magnet Academy and in the clip I’m letting them know that they all have “Room To Grow.”
In 2007 I was a presenter at the Student Leadership Conference at Jackson State University. This is a moment that I will always appreciate because I had the opportunity to give back to another HBCU.
Coach Swinney gave back more to the audience than they could possibly take in. During Mr. Dabo’s presentation he inspired and motivated other players and coaches with what he called his fundamentals for success through stories, quotes, scriptures and words of encouragement.
The St. Luke Church was buzzing with excitement and if you were not there I’m here to take you there by summarizing what happened and how this message changed our lives so through his name I present to you the “11Things I Learned From DABO SWINNEY.”
(D) is for Dream. Don’t be afraid to dream big but set goals with a vision for your success.
(A) is for Active. Be involved and stay involved in school and community programs.
(B) is for Build. Surround yourself with good and tough people so you can build and have positive relationships.
(O) is for Over. Don’t buy into being an over achiever but speak belief into your life and say “I’m not an overachiever I’m an over believer.”
(S) is for Spiritual. In order to have success on and off the field you have to have a spiritual foundation in your life.
is for What. People say someday I will do this and someday I will do that. What you do today determines when your someday will be.
(I) is for Individual. People that are successful know that separation comes from preparation.
(N) is for Now. Don’t take anything for granted so start to bloom where you are planted.
(N) is for Never. Never Ever let people walk through your mind with dirty feet.
(E) is for Education. Getting your diploma and degree is a game changer and it can take you out of the long line and place you in the short line.
(Y) is for You. You can be successful and make a difference. You can work hard and out work others.
When you hear Dabo Swinney conduct interviews or talk to his team in the locker room it will not help you understand how great he is and why he is one of the top coaches in the world until you hear him speak and share his story and still give God glory. I hope this message inspired you like the 11 Things I Learned From DABOR SWINNEY inspired me.
Derrick Hayes is a Paraprofessional that works with students who have Autism and is also known as the “enTIEtainer” where he tells stories through neck ties to empower others to greatness. For contact or booking information visit www.derrickhayes.com , email email@example.com or call (706) 615-1662.