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  • Rosa Holmes Adams Warner Robins, Ga. 31093

    Hi Mr. Perry, Thank You for the encouragement I received from your message. I am a 64 year old black female who has always wanted to write children's books. In 2014 after lots of prayers, I sit down at my dinning room table and completed four children books and one adult poetry book. I had boxes and boxes of paper and notes that I had written over the years, but I had been afraid to put it all together. I know that if it had not been for divine intervention, I could not have completed this project. I have been asked to read at different schools and had my picture in the paper. I am in the process of writing three more books. Thank God! If I can do this at my age anyone can. You are never to old to accomplish you dreams. Again Thank You.

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  • aaron MD

    i feel u , cause somtimes i want to quit, shoot i do quit lol be done with it, but then its like i hear music at the grocery store or in the car, tv what ever it is and i just cant stop thinking about music its like a drug i cant quit lol, its all i want to do. like its part of me. man u know its ture when u try everthing and GOD can only open the door. ya stories got me pumped man cause i cant wait to see the platform he has for me and i will pass on the message that u r giving, i will also encourage people. i dont care how repetative i sound T u r such a blessing for people man, take care yo

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  • Catherine Scott Moreno valley

    God Bless you...I AM LISTENING!!!

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    • Belinda Sellers Greensboro, North Carolina #2166358

      You are truly an inspiration, breath of fresh air and role model and mentor to so many! This is just a small portion of of words . My grandson of whom my husband and myself are raising is doing really well in school. He is 10 and in 5th grade at Hampton Elementary. I can not tell you how heartbroken I am at the educational practices of today, especially concerning our black males. In a school of 200+ students according to state report cards only 41 percent of the students read at level and the overall grade is a D! Tomaiah is academically gifted and has held A honor roll in all subjects. I see many areas in the educational system for that potential for black males and females to fall through that per verbal crack. There is so much I could say and I am just briefing. To this point, Tomaiah has chose you, Mr. Perry for Black History Month. He strives to represent you well! Any pointers you can give him will be greatly appreciated. My email address is sellers_belinda@ bellsouth. net. Thank you and Blessing abound!!! AMEN!!!!BOOM!!!!AMEN!!!

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  • lorie postlewaite Montgomery, wv

    What a great message and fact I have set a goal.it's a small one but I'm.stay I g strong with it and keeping the faith the old devil tries to scare me out of it but I'm standing and fighting back and trying to fulfill this small fashion that I have so thank you for this amazing message and God bless

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  • Maro Cape Town, SOUTH AFRICA

    'How to be successful', You know when you speak of theh Grace of God, i hear you. When you speak of something inside you tells you not to give up i genuinely understand you. One of my desires is to come to Los Angeles and also make films, telling stories about Zimbabwe about the strong young and old people. About Jesus in a simple way through film. One day! Soon.

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    • BCC Brinson ,Ga 39825 #2160729

      I know I am a small business owner,been in business since 2011 don't want to give up I love taking care elderly and disabled. I just cannot afford sprinkler system. In this business your sense changes from month to month.I realize in order continue doing this I got to ask the bible says we have not cause we don't ask. I ask my husband he walk out of my life, I went to the bank ask the loan officer my score 3 points off.I am asking God to just direct what to do which way to go. I get discouraged but have not given up.

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  • Lilian Zimbabwe

    Wow, encouraging words. Only God can give the increase #aproductofHisgrace.

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  • Sonia Rao New York, NY

    Thank you so much for being brave enough to SAY this and post it. It really spoke to me. No one wants to admit that life isn't 100% in our control despite how hard we work. So much of life is timing. And that timing is the result of God's grace, that includes both our failures and our success.

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  • Linda Anderson 7601 E. Jefferson St, apt 706; Detroit, MI 48214

    I plan on becoming pretty spiritually (successful) by following you Mr. Perry on on facebook and I am presently attempting to download a video, (dancing) although I understand that my video is VERY Short, according someone that has viewed it. I will attempt to post and (to Mr. Perry, download it to your sight. Tyler, you are Very spiritually strong and oriented. I should have mentioned (That First thing one Must do is be Strong, quite Strong in that area of expertise, (SPIRITUALLY). Seeking God First and living and abiding by All spiritual laws and scriptural based guidelines in life, Especially the "Fruits of The Spirit", LOVE Being the First of them All. Mr. Perry, I certainly hope, pray, and look Forward to meeting with you on a More up close and Personal basis, as I attempt to Serve The Lord Always, yet in the manner that I do Best ACTING.

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  • Robert L Harper Coatesville, Pa.

    Thank you Mr. Perry for your encouraging words on staying focus on one idea and making that one idea work. God Bless!

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  • Tala jabri Jordan

    Dear Mr. perry, I know this might not make a difference to you for all the success you have been through but I have never ever seen such a challenging, inspiring person ever in my life. The power of motivating people and sharing you experience in life to teach and reach all the people in this world. May God bless you, your positive vibes to this world is just amazing

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  • Tracy California

    Hello Mr. Perry, Thank you for your words of encouragement. I needed to hear your beginning. I am a school teacher and a playwright. I have written and produced plays within the schools and my church for many years. I am now venturing into starting my own production company and I can't lie, this is scary. God has giving me a gift for writing. I know this is my purpose. I am beyond passionate about ministering to the needs of people through drama. That feeling you talk about within you, I know it. What I would like to know about your beginning is the business side. I want to know did you establish a business in the beginning? During the time when your audience was small and you were investing your savings into doing this, how did you do it? Family and friends, who are supporting me, are telling me to form an LLC? Is this the route you took, or is there another way? I would appreciate your advice on how to get started from a business perspective. Hope to hear from you or your team. Thank you and God bless you for all you do.

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    • Mikki Washington, DC #2124002

      Tracy, I have been wondering the same thing! I have started a business (nothing play/entertainment related) but it is *scary*... not to mention hard as heck! Plus, writing (and putting myself out there) is especially frightening to me. I have seen/read quite a few interviews that Tyler has done but many focus on the very beginning (watching Oprah & starting a journal which eventually led to the plays), but I have always had a couple of questions: 1) When no one came to his plays the first 5 times, how did he find the courage (and overcome his fear of failure) to put on a play that 6th time (which ended up being the one that was much better attended), and 2) What happened after that? (in other words, how did he move from that play to eventually owning his own company)? Saving that much money requires a lot of discipline (or either generous family/friends - but I will bet my money it was 'discipline' with him - especially if he has family/friends like mine. lol). Not only that but producing movies requires a lot of education (Steven Spielberg spent years in the mail room and other odd jobs at Universal Studios - learning the ropes - before he attempted to do his own major films). How did he learn that much in such a short period of time? Did he have a mentor? Did he go to the library and read books about writing plays (and later, making movies)? He's managed to do, in 10-15 years what people normally take (at least) twice as long to do... if ever!!! It's amazing! Yet, I have not seen an interview (though, it may exist) where someone has interviewed him in depth about the business side of how he started out and how he expanded the plays and got to the point where he was able to build his own studio. Maybe, one day he'll write an autobiography and let us know!!! :)

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  • Christian Allana Atlanta

    Please check out christianallana.com Would love to see some of designs from my collection on your shows.

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