BOTG: What influenced you to get on radio and to start your company Tazz Daddy Enterprises?
TD: I started in radio at 9 years old, making me the youngest brother in the history of the business to get a job in radio. I fell in love with communicating with people. Entertaining people! As I grew in grace and popularity, I began to understand that I had a responsibility to awaken people to a greater purpose of responsibility and community. I don’t preach at people, but I tell them the truth. If they can’t deal with it, that’s something that they have to work out internally.
As far as the business goes, I’ve never been one to deal with working for someone else for very long. I believe in entrepreneurship on all levels. There is no reason why anyone especially in a country as free as ours should have to work for someone else. Instead of talking about it I live it each and every day. The job I have is a job choice, not a job of necessity. It also adds to my long term agenda of exposing my brain to as many people as possible. If your current job does not allow you the flexibility of the freedom to pursue your alternate goal, then you’re just another drone in the Corporation that isn’t really benefiting you beyond your paycheck. In my opinion this is a crime. Tazz Daddy Enterprises specializes in making things happen. Whether it’s a seminar, a motivational video, or a book I’ve written, I strive to show people that the impossible is attainable with dedication and hard work for oneself.
BOTG: Your radio show and alternative media hub, TazzDaddy has been awarded many times. We’ve got to ask, what is your work ethic?
TD: I was homeless and broke in 2009, due to a lot of horrible circumstances that I wasn’t prepared for. God saw fit to give me another chance at life. I learned the game. I realized that my fate and my destiny was mine to control. I work hard now, while I’m young, so by the time I reach 40, I’ll never have to work again. My day starts at 3 am and doesn’t end until about 8. I’m either running my businesses, or I’m running Social Media for Clear Channel. The Tazz Daddy brand stands for excellence, so I have to make sure that I protect the brand while still giving people the quality Game they’ve come to expect from me.
BOTG:We noticed that you are clued to the Game, what do you think of the interaction of men and women today?
TD: I think that there are a lot of men who are afraid of being men because they are constantly emasculated by society. We have a generation of women who are taught that they don’t need us for anything. We have to stop getting our advice from Oprah and Dr. Phil and our bitter mothers who don’t have their stuff together and start soaking up this game from people like Tariq Nasheed, Flyness, and myself.
BOTG: Tell us about your novel ‘The Great Sexpectations of Atlas Riley’ and where we can get it?
TD: It’s a coming of age tale about a man who is trying to find himself. Unfortunately he happens to get into one awful relationship after another without being equipped with Game. It’s a great tale of what not to do. You can order it from Amazon.com or BN.com or wherever books are sold.
BOTG: What influenced you to write it and call it that?
TD: I wrote it when I was in Tennessee. The reading comprehension level among my young male listeners was at an all-time low so I gave them something that they would enjoy reading. Little did I know that women would enjoy it so much! The book sold quite a bit when it was first released and still does pretty good numbers today.
BOTG: When approaching a woman, what is the first thing a man must do?
TD: Science says that there are 2 animals that can smell fear: Dogs and Bees. They forgot WOMEN! A man must be confident BEFORE he even thinks about approaching a woman. Men must feel confidence flowing through them. They must have a total sense of who they are. Then and only then, can they be truly successful in the Game.
BOTG: Upon approaching a woman, what is the first thing you usually say?
TD: I usually observe for a second, and say something based upon my observations.
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