Having Breakfast Creates Unity

May 18, 2018

Parise Bailey is an alumnus of Florida A&M University and I’m an alumnus of Tennessee State University and together we have created the concept entitled HBCU (Having Breakfast Creates Unity) where we are inviting students, graduates and professionals that work and assist in helping students of color succeed to come out and meet on Friday June 8th, 2018 at 8 AM at the Airport IHOP. The cost to attend is only what you order to eat or drink. Please tag and invite others that you know in the Columbus, Ft. Benning, Phenix City and surrounding areas. If you have a business please bring your business cards. If you are looking for a job or mentor please let us know so that we can assist you if we can. Let’s network and build relationships.


Another One

May 18, 2018

This young man heard me speak and took me up on my offer to learn how to tie a tie.

Alumni Spotlight

May 17, 2018
Guess what? I have been selected and featured in The Tennessee State University College of Business very first Alumni Spotlight publication.
The College of Business at TSU is proud to present the inspirational publication featuring graduates of the College who have distinguished themselves in their selected professional careers and have upheld the College’s Charge….”Write Your Signature on the World.”
Click on the link below and you will see my story on page 14. Please visit the others in this great work so that you can network and build relationships with other Tennessee State University Alumni

Hoop Tie

May 16, 2018

Tonight I was invited by Coach Terry White to be the guest speaker at the Shaw Raiders Basketball Awards Ceremony so it was only natural to use my God given tie developing abilities to create an original Hoop Tie.

Bow Tie Monday

May 14, 2018

for May 14th, 2018 and since life is short and tomorrow is not promised I made an original from a fur like design to give you the inspiration , encouragement and motivation to Go Fur It. If you want to live your dream , Go Fur It . If you want to write a book, Go Fur It. If you have no money and want to go to college find a way and Go Fur It. Guess what? It is your life and in order for you to make anything happen or see something happen you have to Go Fur It.

Brothers In Education

May 6, 2018

I received a message today to look up and pray for my brothers in education. Christopher Brunson at Randolph Clay. Terry White and Chris Huffman at Shaw. Michael Jones, Darius Moore and Derrick Vickers at Jordan. Michael Woolridge at Hardaway. Anthony Harvey at Carver. Calvin Hodge at Richards. Rod Green at Eddy. Rashod Robinson at Rothschild. Sterling Hicks at Kendrick. If I missed a brother in education on my list or your list please tag them because when prayers go up, blessings come down.

Autism Parenting Magazine Issue 75

May 5, 2018
Entietainer Derrick Headlines Hayes gives an AUTISM Interview in Autism Parenting Magazine by asking 6 questions through each letter in the word AUTISM to give readers an insightful perspective from parents, experts, entrepreneurs and other leaders in the field.
Today’s AUTISM Interview is Brian Tashima who is the author of The Joel Suzuki Series, a set of science fiction/fantasy books for kids and young adults that feature a protagonist on the autism spectrum. For more information on Brian and the Joel Suzuki series, please visit http://www.joelsuzuki.com.
My AUTISM Interview with Brian Tashima is on page 60 and here is the link to the blog that explains what *Issue 75* entails, so you can tweet it, share it, Google + it, etc. https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/issue-75-helping-child-with-autism-thrive