Saturday, August 2, 2008

Quote of the day!

"I used to want to save the world, now I just want to leave the room with my dignity. Excuse me while I crawl out of here."


Question: Why do people question my MOGUL-NESS?
Don't you have a lot going on JayMad? Hmmm.

Answer: If Diddy or Oprah was in front of
you, would you question what they do?
Or, is it because they have more resources than I?


What I do is a reflection of what I am planning for MY future!



Here's a quote for you negative people who take pride
in trying to demolish someones dreams and goals:

"You will get whatever you want if you help
enough people get whatever they want." - Jeffrey Gitomer
"When people say nasty vicious things about you, you
are not in that. That has NOTHING to do with you." -Maya Angelou

See that door above? Walk through it.
I've closed it behind you!

DC = Don't Care or Does Care??? Part ll

Okay, I am back to my DC experience.

Once the driver picked us up from the club (I will call it The Twilight Zone), I was hungry as a mofo. I asked him could he take me to get some Chinese food. He did. All I have to say is, "Thank You, say no more!" LOL. It was the best Chinese food I've ever had. And, how about I can't remember the name of the place. Just damn! When I go back to DC, I will find it.

I went to my clients room and brought him his food and told him about the event. He was like WOW (another version of "Just Damn" if you ask me). I was out counting sheep after that.

The next day, Sunday, and last day for the 3-day weekend of events was my clients actual appearance day. I will say honestly, I was VERY optimistic about a good turnout that night. I got up with a smile on my face, ate breakfast and read the Washington Post.

I did my radio show as I always do on Sunday's and met up with one of my listeners (who is becoming a friend) and we went to one of my good friend's home for a intimate get-together. I was kinda reserved at first due to my personal site being down but once that was complete, it was on! I was very grateful for the formal introduction by my good friend as a celebrity photographer and talk show host. Words can't explain how that felt!

We discussed previous topics on my show and I received some very good responses. I gained 10 new listeners from the meeting. How about that! This went on for about an hour or so then I had to jet back to the hotel because our driver was there to pick us up to take us to the event. Once in the car, I was busy checking emails on my PDA en route to the venue when I hear, "WTF! and my client laughing out loud." When I looked up to see what was going on, I noticed there wasn't ANYONE at the club and the lights were off! I was like OMG! Then we realized we were at the wrong entrance...whew! LOL. When we drove down to the second entrance, there was that cricket sound. There was no one in line but the security. We're like, "Let's just make the best of this situation."

We entered the club and went to the back to set up product to be sold and mingled with the very small crowd and meet some great people. We took pics with fans and talked with one of my clients biggest fans who just happens to live in DC. He was a great person. He loved my client's product so much that he purchased product for all of the women around him. Wasn't that very nice or what? The mingling went on for 2 hours then we went back to the hotel. My client and his publicist went there separate ways and I had a small hangout session with another publicist and two female friends. We talked for 3 hours straight about life, politics and industry stuff. It's amazing how small the industry is!

What I got from this is the appreciation of planning and no matter what goes down, always NETWORK. You never know what the person next to you does for a living and their relationships with other people. Do you smell "6 Degrees of Seperation?" LOL. I want to thank the promoters for the wonderful hospitality! I know they did the best they could with this being there first big event.

DC is still one of my favorite cities!

Friday, August 1, 2008


I am officially a Simpson's Character.
Peeps say it looks like me.
What do you think?
Get yours at:
When done, email to me at:
I will add you to my grown Simpson Character Pics.

What happens in the club, stays in the

Trying to figure out how to explain these images. LOL.
All I can say is, "This is what happens when you Drop It Like It's Hot
and lose your balance!" I am still laughing my butt off!
I love my good friend Clay.
We always shut the place down.
Advice: Do something fun with a friend this weekend.
It will put a smile on your face!
(p.s. I am mad he has on them white socks and he's a model!!!)

Thursday, July 31, 2008

Get this!

A friend let me borrow this bag for my laptop. I love it!
Now how do I tell him thanks for the donation? Lmao!

Who does this belong too?

I was eating with a celebrity friend, and was amazed
how they carefully cut their pancakes before consuming.
Can you guess who's pancakes these are?

Drums roll...
(I will tell you Sunday on my blog talk show Aug


Question: If you are sitting next to someone on public transportation,
and you can smell their breath (their mouth is closed),
is this a security breach?
Just Damn!

Don't do this in NYC or NJ...

Most of us don't live in NYC or NJ but we travel to these places a lot. One thing I've learned is don't look like a TOURIST. You are marking yourself to get jacked up (mugged). Here is a cool site called: It helps anyone trying to get around NYC or NJ and you can use from you cell phone too. It also works in other major metropolitian cities.
You can thank me

Photo of the Day!!!

I was playing with my camera phone and took this by mistake.
Nice huh? (singing..."These boots are made for walking..."). lol.

Wednesday, July 30, 2008

You know you are getting famous when...

When you are on Oprah
When you are on Larry King Live
When you are on
When you are on CNN
When you are on The View
When you are on The Tonight Show with David Letterman
When Wendy Williams plugs you (uh, oh... lol)
When you have your own television show
When you have your own publication
When you have your own t-shirts
When you have your own radio show
When you are on the cover of Time Magazine
When you are invited to NY Fashion Week (front row)
When the media denotes you: "World Renowned"
When photographs you for no reason
When you have A-List celebrity friends and clients

add to this
*bold text means accomplished

Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Hot off the press

Look what I found. Just kidding. Here are the images of the new the JayMadShow tees for men and women. They will be available August 8, 2008. You can get them for $19.95 plus shipping and handling. Sizes range from small to 2XL. 3XL plus are $24.95 plus shipping and handling.

Coming soon are hats, mugs, more tees and mouse pads.

Thanks for your support.



Recently, I was on a plane and in the next row there sat a man who was very obese. The flight attendant had to get him an seat belt extender. I over heard someone behind me say,
"That's a shame. He need to pull it together!"

DC = Don't Care or Does Care??? Hmmm.

Recently, most of you know I was in D.C. this week weekend. Whew! What a trip. I am going to write about my personal experience about my trip. Keep in mind, this is my personal experience. You've noticed the word personal is italicized and in bold twice. Wink. I will not disclose any names in this verbiage to minimize embarrassment. See, I'm a cool guy.

Okay, I arrived in D.C. on Friday via Dulles Airport to a private sedan with a celebrity client/friend. Nice - who doesn't like a private car with a chauffeur. He drove us on a slight tour of D.C. He took us by the Iwo Jima Memorial. Wow!

It was breath-taking and moving. I've been to D.C. tons of times but I've never seen it in person. It was beautiful and gigantic. It moved me because of all the men and women who are fighting for our freedom.

Next, we drove by the the Arlington National Cemetery. It was overwhelming to see all of the tombstones especially the Tombs of the Unknown. I wish the men and women there had closure with their love ones. God bless them.

We continue on our tour to Georgetown and immediately to the right was the stairs that was shown in the movie, "The Exorcist." I never knew that the movie was filmed in DC. Even though it was daylight when he drove us by, I still felt a little weird...seriously!

Once we passed the famous stairs, we headed to the undisclosed hotel. This was my first time at this hotel and have to say it was very nice! The rooms had a fantastic color scheme, great lighting, the carpet had nice texture and the bathroom was to die for. I wanted to rent a U-haul truck and empty that entire room and drive back to

We rest a little before we attend a fashion show later that night. We went from room to room to see how everyone was living. Once we did that, we showered and were ready to go.

We went to the event which was in the hotel and did the red carpet. We were the only ones there. Then we pulled out our VIP passes (remember we were invited...hmmm) and there was no one at the door. No greeter, no security, NOTHING. Then we enter the venue where the fashion show was being hosted and it was so dark if you didn't watch where you were going, you would have bumped into the wall. The fashion show was okay. I am huge supporter of new talent being exposed but some of the garments were of very pour quality and unflattering fabric patterns and cuts. The fashion show was over in about 30 minutes then we exited the venue. Everyone was on the red carpet. That was kind of backwards to me cause this is supposed to happen before the event...hmmm. We returned to our rooms and went to sleep.

I had to get up the next morning before my client to make sure our next event was up to par for him. The event was supposed to be from 3pm - 9pm. There were only 15-20 people there. This included the event staff. Do you hear crickets?

The publicist and I sat there for 4 hours looking at each other and trying to figure out how to sell my clients products. That didn't happen. The driver comes back to pick us up to take us back to the hotel so we could get ready for the next event that night. I can honestly say we were optimistic. My client comes to my room to ask how everything went earlier that day after his massive phone interviews. Didn't have much to say. And, he was asked not to show up for the event that night due to possible overexposure. So his publicist and I get ready to go to the club event that was going on for us that night. We get to the club and I seriously thought I was in the twilight zone! Once in, we practically were TSA searched by security. Is it that in DC? Hmmm.

Once we get into the club, there was some dude having a birthday party with video camera and all. I was like, "Am I being Punk'd?!" The publicist asked me to stay downstairs to see what was going on upstairs. I waited there for 30 minutes before I decided to see for myself.

You go up these huge flight of stairs to the 2nd level and there was another club area. It was Latino Music and people. I was like cool but where is the publicist and where are we supposed to set-up. I asked the security guard where are we supposed to set-up, and he looked at me like I was talking like the parents on the Charlie Brown

I go up stairs to the 3rd floor and there was that sound again, crickets. There was only 10 people there and 3 barmaids. Wow! Where is everyone? I must be on the set of the new X-Files movie. I was waiting for someone to come out and say, "SURPRISE!!!" Just know that didn't happen. I was still optimistic because I know how people like to be fashionably late. How about I got my reality check quick.

I called for the driver and he was in the process of taking the first group back to the hotel. Who does that? That's very dangerous. If something happened, we would have been in big trouble especially being in a area and city that was foreign to us.

There's more. Part II coming Thursday.


What's up Fans and Friends,

This is my first official blog for the JayMadShow. This came to me this morning to do a blog. I've tried to do blogging before but I stop. I can honestly say, "This is my time."

This blog will allow me to share with you what is going on with me personally (to some degree) and professionally.
I am working on doing podcast and videos for you to stay inspired. I do believe my calling is to inspire and motivate.

I am grateful that I have the strength and vision to do this. I don't take this for granted. So with that being said, " THANK YOU!"

Now let me start giving you your reality pill.
Open wide!

Quote: "I made a commitment to work and God bless it"
-Paula Deen on the Oprah Show

Jay Mad