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"mrs mamie brown" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club

08:21 min | 5 months ago

"mrs mamie brown" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

"Look at look at god come all the was the instant love or did you have any anger or resentment. How does that own. No no anger no raise our curious one thousand small. That's a small small town. How did she being a very popular person. An educator how do they get down to miami florida for a period of time for her to have us and she waited. She didn't just give us anybody to her credit. She waited to find the right person. Said i want you to have my sons. And then she went back and she never told anybody. So i and my brother we were secret while is thank all light. When country's secrets be different on the down down. South d'oro segers boy everywhere. I we have more with less and john. Leslie brennan when we come back. Is the breakfast club good morning. Everybody is. tj envy. Angela ye shall. I mean the guy we ought to. Breakfast club was kicking with motivational speakers. Less john leslie brown shlomi do. Do you feel pressure following your dad's footsteps not pressure. I feel first of all. I feel like i hit the parent jackpot. I so many young men don't have their fathers in their lives and my grandmother. Mrs mamie brown when dj envy talked about. What would dad might have been doing back in the day. May me brown beat some sense center less that. She made sure that he was hanging out with gangs in the neighborhood. My grandmother who adopted seven children. Who weren't they weren't her own. Her dream was to be a mother and as a mother. She wanted to do everything to keep them safe. And i because actually on a nineteen ninety-three mrs mamie brown. She passed away on my birthday from breast cancer. And it was the first time. Charlemagne that i ever saw my dad cry He held her hand as she took her last breath. And i was disturbing ten years ago. You know going into double digits. So i was learning from the adults around me how to be sad for the first time but a couple of days later during the funeral they asked if anyone wanted to get up and share stories about mrs mamie brown and there for the first time. I gave a speech about my grandmother. Hours shocked up. i have walked off whereas do afterwards. My dad lifted me with hopeful. Is they probably have some dollar signs in them too. He said son. There's greatness in you. There's a calling on your life. Your voice will carry the torch to the next generation next week. I was on tour introducing less brown. By the time i was fourteen. I was the highest paid team speaker in america so my dad didn't just sit me in the classroom. He sat me next to him in the board rooms. So that i can have access and exposure to create a better life for or paying you back there now. Oh i had to earn my stripes. So he did it. He earned but yes. By the time i was fourteen after just introducing him mastering little short speeches with him. I got my first requests in by fourteen. I was making twenty five hundred dollars an hour. Nice our our harvard effect. Yes the harvard offense. Give it all twenty two. Well he was making seventy thousand hours so he didn't even states two hundred twenty five thousand outside your outside. Wow and was asked about this book. Actually when i was a teenager. Because i had an audience. I was on punishment for now writing a book. That's the different level of standards is because that new business and he knew. I had an audience so many years later we had an opportunity to request to speak at harvard university. And this was a big deal for me. Dad's moment was in the georgia dome. Speaking before eight thousand people at what mine was at harvard university. And i was working to find out. How do you make a an a message relevant for this audience and the one thing that really stood out to me was a story about my dad working with The the microsoft and after the speech they said. Hey we heard you talking about your tannin. Twenty your goals mr brown. That's cute but we want to show you something. Took him in the back. Room pulled up a screen and said this is where our family will be. En- technology a hundred years from now. There was humbling. And so when you look at families that create massive wealth generational wealth. And as you know. Seventy percent of wealth has gone by the second generation and over ninety by the third generation. I say if. It's good enough for the the the gates family and toyota an amazon if they need hundred plans how can we create that in our community so that you don't just live your life. Take all your resources with you but you leave something behind for the next generation. Yes and so that we're doing now is i. I would say you are was future. Children there is no success as td jakes without successors and so their their experiences. That of i've had that they're people being pushed up and people being pushed off. I believe even at seventy seven. You'd never too old to learn. And you're never too young to teach in so i learned from you. I i watch you i. i've. I've seen some cared his come up at here. Those one brother. I wanted to take give out because i you know i. It was very very disrespect overman. Not calling name. Because i'm seventy. I got a good right but i can't fight in his defense he would would would. I might may have said about him. Could have been taken a disrespectful to. I understand yet but when things go wrong with and make a decision on the side of love rather than on the side of anger it you can get angry easily when anger is a wind that blows out the lamp of the mind. Can you motivate an unmotivated person. Yes conduct communications intelligence. Ask questions find out there. Sweets bought find out. What's keeping them up at night. And so i would tom that person the find out what drives them. What is it that they have something that they're interested in. And once i find that out. I wanna find out. When did they lose their voice. When when when is it that they lost their fire will all born. Please believe this with built in greatness but something happened that impacted us that we never found a way. Never got the help from somebody that can take us to a place in ourselves that we can't go by ourselves. The help us deal with it. So we can get past Because i believe that. All of us are reachable teachable and redeemable and all they need somebody with a caring heart. That will be patient enough to bring it out. Who less brown. I was word smart. And thank you sir. John thank you very much. Tell him to contact your man. Well you go ahead john lewis. Yes you could go to. Hungary to speak dot com and hungry to speak dot com. That's the best way to work with les brown in our community of speed speakers who are transforming the next generation. My dad's very passionate about helping people get their voices out there and they can also reach out at less brown at hungry to speak dot com. Reach out to us a little.

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"mrs mamie brown" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club

08:14 min | 5 months ago

"mrs mamie brown" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

"And she did and in gladys was very gracious very beautiful person and we had a conversation. There was chemistry. It's like two people got together who've known each other forever and ultimately we married and allies are going in two different directions. My life was taking off with public television. Doing public television specials raising funds for he bs and her life in the singing industry. It was very strong. And we're passing each other like two ships in the night. But just an incredible human being that i still love to this very day and have a great deal of respect for yes. Oh speak yeah. Absolutely what are some things you had to change and pivot during the pandemic when it comes to your work in public speaking and helping people because as you said you wanna help people throughout this pandemic kinda get back into the workforce and back into their lives and their groove. So what are some things. That are different now. A mutt helping people to get back into the workforce. I'm helping people to face the realization that the the forty forty plan gone where you go to college graduate. Get a job. Worked for forty years retire on forty which wasn't enough in the first place as i said earlier we've gone from brick and mortar thick clicking water so now we have to reinvent ourselves now you have to be an entrepreneur this this. There's no such thing as job security of the of the lay. Peter drucker said. There's this is. The era of the three cs accelerated change overwhelming complexity and tremendous competition. So we have to reinvent ourselves this less round that you now see was not the original ron. I was this was me and i had to evolve to accommodate that area where i was going but fortunately because of my experience in radio i develop dimension about myself of that. I did not know that gave me an advantage as a public speaker onto glad there was no social media magnet then. The people saw it less brown bag. They may not take the less brown now seriously like i note any the less brown trying to give motivation unless brian club with with all these women i was though i it wasn't like that they'll keep it higher my brother. Wls less back in the day. You out in about nash. Right no i was really no he. No you know why. Let me tell you having events in all the boroughs. And i was a community activists in fact it was it was destiny that i came here because when i came here i thought it was to be able to be in the largest radio market on the planet. I read a newspaper article. Where general norman. Schwarzkopf and harry belafonte were diagnosed with prostate cancer size. Said you know what. I tell oliver. Sudden i said men we should do a campaign encourage african american men to get a prostate examination and so there was an african american doctor who was interview and i called him. I said would you be my guess. And he said yes and then he asked me what he was in in the studio with me said. Have you had a prostate examination. So i said no he said. Don't ask people do something. Haven't i'm on any gift. The tests i came in and got the test. He call me two days later. He's mr brown. I need to see you in my office. I said look. I'm a big void. Tell me what's going on. He said you'll have prostate cancer by. Psa was two thousand. Four hundred. Wonderful was normal ended metastasized seven areas of my body and so fortunately brother by the name of alfred. Golsen an oncologist from howard. University of you gave me two hundred. Thirty eight radiation seed. Implants at brothers saved my life. Yeah it said that. I was on the way out and put e. was a very strange guy he said. Let me say seventy s in what you've got prostate cats. I said okay. It's metastasized at seven areas of your body. Said whoa whoa you smiling. As a man of one of seven children was born february the seventeenth josh mosh round the walls of jericho seven times and dipped himself in the river seven river jordan seven times as it. Is there anything else is and you're ugly to the ugly malpractice. He said but you got this. I never tell my patients of their terminally. Ill what i say. Is that my knowledge. My abilities and my skills have terminated. Now it's on you and god to determine the prognosis. I determine the diagnosis. Not only tell you what i can do and then the rest of it is to you and god and i'm glad that he he dealt with it like that and he interrupted the fear that most people have because they see cancers a death sentence your mindset is very important as well as having an alkaline body and and being a vegetarian but your mind said is is majored activating and strengthening your immune system and heavy social support. Which is the number one thing that helps you stay on the planet. Look you should be encouraging people to return to normal after after this pandemic or should we be embracing newnham that we will never be able to go back to where we were because we don't know what this is threat. This is biological warfare if you asked me We have no clue about what this is. So would we have to do is ask. People want to stop in. How do i deal with this. And i just discovered my birth parents. I am seventy seven. I just saw for the first time. A picture of my mother and my father wa never seen that before and so that's a major disruption two brothers that i didn't know i had a major disruption so i'm still processing that utah mine last few weeks all right. My birth mother died the bell rucker as created new narrative for me. When i had my talk. Show my radio show. I would say this has been mrs mamie. Brown's baby boy now. I have to say this has been visit. Mamie brown's baby boy in dharthi bill ruckus pride and joy. I got to mothers. And i'm not ashamed. I've got to mothers. And i love them. Justice say and so. I now have an expanded narrative about who i am and what caused me to be the come become the kind of person i am because dharthi bell rucker was a motivational speaker teacher. Educator and beulah rucker. Who had a relationship with mary mcleod buffoon. She was an educator. She was a motivational speaker. The have a museum and her name though the bulow rucker museum in gainesville georgia and so. That's lineage that i came out of that. I had no clue that. I was not aware of can you. Can you tell us. It was a little backstory on why you just discovered who your parents were. because i'm adopt ochre hence so my oldest son did a search through one of those organizations that you check your dna twenty-three ame or you have those types of organization and and and found and discovered where they were where they were born. And then what should it. Look god the lady that he calling was talking to help me find my birth parents. They continue to talk and she she asked what you father saying. And that less brown Well this deion a matches. For calvin randolph. While my birth father's name was dock oliver randolph. And she said you'll father's my first cousin. Wow.

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