MP3 David J. Hudson - Love & Inspiration
Inspirational poetry set to some wonderful tracks. Guaranteed to inspire, motivate and appreciate life and love. This is not just poetry or spoken word, it''s inspiration from the heart and soul by "The Positive Poet", David J. Hudson
7 MP3 Songs
SPOKEN WORD: With Music, HIP HOP/RAP: Alternative Hip Hop
INSPIRATION TODAY - INSPIRATION FOREVER
930 Club Chase Court Roswell, GA 30075 * (678) 480-8983 EMAIL - david@https://www.tradebit.com
David J. Hudson
He was born on June 8, 1967 in Birmingham, Alabama. As a child, he grew up in Avondale Projects in Birmingham. His family lived in public housing for thirteen years before moving into a house of their own. He''s the ninth of thirteen children and the first in the family to receive a college degree. He graduated from Whatley Elementary School in 1981 and Phillips High School in 1985. After graduating from high school, he enlisted in the United States Army for four years. In the U.S. Army, he had the opportunity to tour the Republic of South Korea and the former West Germany. He considers his tenure in the military an invaluable experience that he''ll treasure the rest of his life.
After departing from the military in June of 1989, he immediately enrolled in night school while maintaining a full time job. He discovered his talent for writing poetry in March of 1992 while completing a stressful quarter at Birmingham-Southern College and working a full-time job at The Birmingham-Housing Authority. At one point he wrote forty poems within a two-week period. Being a person of action, after graduating from college in March of 1993, he self-published his own book of poetry entitled "The Start of Something New. "
"My focus is to bring an inspiring and positive message to those who come in contact with my poetry."
He recites poetry and gives positive pep talks to youth, different groups and organizations when invited to do so. It is David''s goal to touch every person he can with his poetry and hopefully inspire them to fulfill their dreams and to never settle for less. He believes that his poetry has the potential to inspire millions. The time is ripe!
In 1998, he published his second book of inspirational poetry entitled " When A Dream Comes True. "
Relocated to Atlanta, GA in 1998.
In 1999, he developed an inspirational and motivational web site https://www.tradebit.com. He also opened the doors to TVB, Think Very BIG. He came up with the words "Think Very BIG," because it''s the way he thinks in life. He wants everyone to have big dreams, big ideas, set goals etc. On the web site you can read inspiring poems written solely by David J. Hudson and order a nicely framed poster.
He also sells motivational framed and matted posters and plaques to businesses, churches, schools and individuals alike. Everyone can use some inspiration sometimes, including myself, he says.
David J. Hudson founded TVB, Think Very BIG, Inc. in September of 2000. Prior to that, David served as a Production Supervisor at Qualex, Inc. for nearly three and one-half years. His focus was primarily, motivate, discipline, schedule, and meet departmental goals and training of individual associates.
Mr. Hudson has a BS degree in Business Management from Birmingham-Southern College. He is active in the Community by being a mentor to many of the youth.
Among other things, Mr. Hudson''s most notable accomplishments are as follows:
Articles concerning Mr. Hudson, his business or poetry has appeared in the following newspapers and magazines:
Gwinnett Magazine - July - August issue 2002
The Piedmont Review - April Issue 2002
The Atlanta Journal Constitution - Real Living, February 13, 2002
The Atlanta Business Journal - Winter 2001
The Atlanta Journal Constitution (Why I love My Job) December 9, 2001
The Atlanta Journal Constitution - September 25, 2000
The Atlanta Journal Constitution - July 21, 2000
Atlanta North - December 2000
The Atlanta News leader
The Atlanta Daily World - September 3-6, 2000
The Gwinnett Daily-post - September 24, 2000
The Birmingham News - March 11, 1998
The Birmingham News - March 10, 1994
The Birmingham Post-Herald - February 10, 1994
The Birmingham Post-Herald - September 28, 1993
The Birmingham World - February 1998
The Birmingham Times - October 7, 1993
The Birmingham Times - February 5 - 11, 1998
Birmingham Magazine - March 1994
The Montgomery Advertiser - March 3, 1994
He has made personal appearances or given telephone interviews on the following radio stations:
WJLD, WATV, WAGG, WDJC, WENN, WVSU (Birmingham)
WTSK (Tuscaloosa, Alabama)
WYEA (Sylacauga, Alabama)
WACV, WVAS, WZHT (Montgomery, Alabama)
WVNN (Huntsville, Alabama)
WFNC (Fayetteville, North Carolina)
KXL (Portland, Oregon)
WVEE, WRFG, WAMJ (Atlanta)
He has appeared as a guest on the following programs:
Pinnacles (Sponsored by the Birmingham Board of Education)
WABM''s Morning talk show
Feedback (Sponsored by Miles College)
Women''s Perspective with Dr. Maree Blackwell (Sponsored by Glen Iris Baptist Church)
GNET Television (Gwinnett Today)
FOX6 (Good Day Alabama)
He has been the featured speaker and/or recited poetry at the following functions:
Gwinnett County Kiwanis Club
The Downtown Birmingham Kiwanis Club
Galilee Missionary Baptist Church Men''s Day Observance
Region IV conference of the National Association of Black Journalist newsmaker luncheon with featured guest speaker - Eunice W. Johnson of Ebony Fashion Fair
CHAMP honor roll dinner
Numerous schools and organizations
Department of Juvenile Justice Metro Facility - Atlanta, GA
He has given positive pep talks or recital poetry to nearly 200,000 youth and adults throughout the southeast.
The album "Love & Inspiration" came about by his desire to have his words set to music and a close friend who produces decided to give David a hand in making that a reality. Patricia A. Smith and David spent several hours a week working on the music and selecting the right poem for the track and so you have "Love & Inspiration" produced by Patricia A. Smith and David J. Hudson.
DAVID J. HUDSON''S POETRY HAS APPEARED IN THE FOLLOWING:
Excepts of "College" and "Just Dream" published in The Atlanta Journal Constitution on February 13, 2002
"College" published in The Gwinnett Daily Post September 24, 2000 of Lifestyle Section
"Just Dream," published in The Birmingham Times on July 1, 1993
"Aim High" published in The Birmingham Times September 16, 1993
"Keep On" published in The Birmingham Times September 2, 1993
"If I Could," published in The Birmingham Times September 15, 1993
"Enthusiasm Is" and "When A Dream Comes True" published in Today''s Great Poems, October 1994 by FAMOUS POET''S SOCIETY
"Just Continue," published in the 1994 American Poetry Annual by the Amherst Society
"Just Believe," published in the Birmingham Instructional Television newsletter on December 13-17, 1993
"Aim High" publish by Quill books of Harlingen, TX in 1994
THE FOLLOWING COMPANIES/ORGANIZATIONS/SCHOOLS
HAVE ORDERED PLAQUES/POSTERS FROM THINK VERY BIG:
* United Way of Metropolitan Atlanta (211) * College Park Housing Authority (Section 8)
* Atlanta Housing Authority * Dekalb County Board of Education (Staff Development)
* Dresden Elementary, Stephenson High, Clarkston High, Open Campus High, Leslie J. Steele
Elementary, Edward L. Bouie, Sr. Traditional Theme School (Dekalb County)
* Goodwill Industries of North Georgia (Business Now)
* Hayes Middle School (Birmingham)
* Lilburn Middle School (Gwinnett County)
* Boys and Girls Clubs of Metropolitan Atlanta (College Bound)
* Atlanta Public Schools (Contracts and Compliance)
* Southside High School (Selma, Alabama)
* Atlanta Public Schools (Math, Science, Language Arts Departments)
* Martin Luther King Jr. High School - Media Center (Dekalb County)
* Allied Security, Inc. - Tucker, GA
* Planning Advocates, Inc. (Delaware, OH)