Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Working on New Materail!

Hello Ladies and Gentlemen,

I'm working on some new projects. I'm working on various relationship talks, articles and a book. I'm brainstorming for ideas and I would like your assistance. Please feel free to answer any of the questions below or all of them. Please include your name, age, and sex

#1. If you could teach the opposite sex one thing about dating and relationships, what would it

#2 What is the number one question you would like to ask the opposite sex about dating
and relationships?

#3 What is the most creative/fun marriage proposal story you have experienced or heard of?

#4 What is the most creative date you have ever been on?

#5 What is the most creative/special gift you have ever received or given?

#6 What are "deal breakers" for you when if comes to not pursuing or ending a relationship?

#7 Describe the perfect first date?

#8 What is the best way for someone to ask you out?

#9 What keeps/has kept you from asking someone out?

#10 Please describe the funniest/worst date you have ever been on.

Thank you in advance. Feel free to post replies here or e-mail me at

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

On The Road

By the time August ends, I would have spent 6 straight weekends on the road. This season has started off really good. I'm really starting to find my footing and more comfort on stage. I have to thank all of the people who attend for their energy and feedback. I also have to thank my girlfriend for all of her early morning and late night pep talks on how to pursue my career.

I apologize in advance for the long breaks between postings. I'm organizing my photos and working on making more time to post. Be sure to keep track of me on Facebook and Twitter.

For those of you reading now. Look for me in New Jersey, Michigan and Illinois this week.

Here are a few pictures from the past couple of weeks. Speeches/performances in Cleveland and Kansas City.
Forest Fires in Northern Arizona
Park University Foam Party

Park University Freshman Orientation
NFL Star and Heisman Trophy Winner Eddie George
Me presenting in Cleveland. My intro, check out my baby pic and initials in the background
Attitude Adjustment Exercises (games) with the Tri-C Students

Wednesday, August 05, 2009

St. Jude's Children's Hospital

Me at the "Up till Dawn" activities at the FEDEX Forum Arena.
Private Pary 800+ people in a 18,000 seat arena

The famous Beale Street. Home of Memphis Barbeque and Blues

Had to get Chicken and Waffles at the Soul Food restaurant

Last weekend I was invited to participate in the St. Judes Children's Hospital Leadership Conference. The conference has been held for the last ten years to help prepare college students for the "Up till Dawn" Program. The program is held at over 250 colleges in the United States to help raise money for the hospital and cancer research. The hospital provides top notch treatment for children under 18 years old who have been diagnosed with cancer. During the first ten years of the program, over $33 million has been raised.

I got to speak/perform for over 800 people with my friend Rodger. We were given a tour of the hospital and got a chance to meet and listen to people who have been helped by the hospital and it's programs. The experience was amazing. It felt great to be about of something that was bigger than any individual.

If you would like to help the hospital either through donations or volunteering, click HERE