Derrick Hayes the “enTIEtainer” teaches the world how to use a paper clip to hold your pocket square together.
Preachers Tribute was giving by Derrick Hayes the “enTIEtainer” to Jimmie Fryer for his 19th Pastor’s Anniversary at Pine Hill Missionary Baptist Church in Phenix City, Alabama. Pastor Terry Magby of New Mt. Sellers gave us the message “Can’t Help But Call His Name.” Also it was great to see Veronica Garlic do the Welcome.
Encouragement Speaker gives a DERRICK Interview by asking 7 questions through each letter of his first name to give you an insightful perspective from other experts, entrepreneurs, celebrities and up and coming super stars.
Today’s DERRICK Interview is with Darrell Boysaw who is the Founder of Middle Man Out Entertainment. Also known to the music world as Pappa Doc Luv, an Artist, Music Creator and Entrepreneur from Central Illinois in the Twin Cities of Champaign-Urbana who moved to Sacramento in Northern California in the 90’s to pursue a football scholarship opportunity.
As Boysaw continues his musical endeavors he knows full well the importance of making sure there is food on the table and that his ends always meet so he has service ventures like Boysaw’s Moving Delivery and Transport and the Boysaw’s Jump Houses that are available for the public to support in the Sacramento area.
The beat that inspires PDL Hip Hop Heart has been influenced over the years by artists such as Run DMC, Kurtis Blow, BDP, Rakim,Redman,Dr Dre, Outcast, Dougie Fresh, Slick Rick, and the Grand MFFF. A great moment in his career was when he opened up for Jamie Fox at the Crest Theatre in Downtown Sacramento.
Middle Man Out Entertainment continues to thrive and stay alive because he still feels the love when the crowd understands and feels and responds to what he’s laying down.
Darrell Boysaw AKA Poppa Doc Luv is never shy with his words and leaves these words of wisdom for others to live by “Never wait on someone too long .. you’ll Never finish your music projects. I’m not going for the banana in the tailpipe, neither should anyone else. Don’t look up to anyone, just respect what they actions do.”
D is for Dream. What is your dream, goals or what have you achieved?
Making music that’s inspirational and appreciated. My goal is for my music to help me travel the world and create a great legacy.
E is for Education. What is your educational background and how do you use it daily?
I attended Delta Junior College and Sacramento State University and didn’t finish but I learned the concept of Middle Man Out and graduated with my own school of throught because I had too and I don’t like to wait. To tell you the truth what little education I have I use it to question all the BS I was taught in the US school system.
I think quick so that helps me be creative on the spot, not afraid to entertain large or small crowds, decent connections to help finish music that I mostly have conceived. I have had other businesses already working for me so that helps me not have to depend on others which helps me be able to focus on my goals and making music for souls.
R is for Ready. When did you realize you were ready for what you are doing now?
When I invested my own money and realized most will not invest in me like me.
I is for Individual. Name at least one individual in your network that others should learn more about and why?
Gene Hicks because he’s reshaping the fitness world with Hip Hop Fit. His impact on people has always been enormous, he is also the my main producer on my album which is one of the the best ones I have created thus far. He is a giver.
C is for Challenges. What challenges have you had to overcome?
Being immature, waiting on someone else to finish my project Middle Man Out
K is for Key. What keys to success can you leave for upcoming entrepreneurs and leaders?
Middle Man Out every chance you can with everything you can.
Is there anything that we did not touch on that you would like to inspire others with?
Blessings to each and everyone of you that read my DERRICK Interview.
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I’m an award-winning actor and acting coach. I’ve coached thousands of actors, singers and performers, as well as writers and directors in the film and Tv industry. I motivate them all the time to believe in themselves I usually remind them of the following super important question, which can apply to thos in the entertainment industry or anyone.
Question #1 – What are 5 things I LOVE about myself as an actor, performer, writer, director, etc?
Question #2 -What do I love about being an actor, performer, writer, director, etc?
Both of those questions naturally help shift you back into a place of joy about who you are and your profession. of course I always remind my students that There is NO ONE exactly like you on this earth and actually the WORLD is waiting for you to create the miracles you were born to create!!!
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by Allen Klein, MA, CSP
My daughter was ten-years-old when my wife died. The three years that we knew my wife had a terminal illness was a terrible strain on both of us. I realized after my wife’s death that my daughter and I needed a reprieve from what we had been through. We needed an adventure. So I booked a trip to Alaska on the Inside Passage ferry system. And what an adventure it was. We went whitewater rafting, took seaplane rides, and spent the night next to a calving glacier.
Taking the trip was an instinctual decision but, looking back, a very wise one. It not only helped take our minds off of our loss but it also helped us bond. That bonding allowed us to talk openly about Ellen’s death. It made it easier to not hide our feelings or avoid conversations about our loss. It also allowed us to both laugh and cry together.
We would often talk about missing Ellen. Frequently, when we didn’t quite know what to do in a situation, we would turn to each other and ask, “What would Mommy do?” And then do it her way. Often we discussed Ellen as if she were alive and still part of our life, which, on some level, she was. And we continued to have those conversations, although less so as time went on.
To keep your loved one alive, learn from the lessons they have left for you and you will be speaking of them often. And remember the funny times too.
One of those humorous times has become my signature story in my speeches. “My wife, Ellen, lay dying in the hospital, a copy of Playgirl by her side. Suddenly, she opened to the male nude centerfold and insisted it be put on the wall ‘I think it’s too risqué for the hospital, I said.
Nonsense, she replied. Just take a leaf from the plant and cover up the genitals.’
I did as she requested. This worked well for the first and second day. By the third day, however, the leaf started to shrivel and reveal more of what we were trying to conceal.
We laughed every time we looked at a plant or a dried-up leaf. It brought us closer together, revived us, and steered us through our sea of darkness. It is humor and laughter that can help us rise above our trials, tribulations, and losses, so that we don’t suffer.
Allen Klein is an award-winning speaker and author 17 books including The Healing Power of Humor, The Courage to Laugh, Inspiration for a Lifetime, Change Your Life!: A Little Book of Big Ideas, Learning to Laugh When You Feel Like Crying, and the audiobook TeacherLaughs www.allenklein.com Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org