What happens when an Author/Comedian and a Broadway Actress/Theatre Arts Major who are both highly skilled Disc Jockeys and Master Of Ceremonies collaborate?


They develop a M.I.G. Workshop


What does M.I.G. stand for you ask?

Is it:

Maximum Investment Gain?

Must Invest Gathering?

More Intense Guidance?

Meeting Intriguing Guys & Gals?

Many Intangible Gifts?

Move Into Greatness?

Mind Intellectual Goodness?

Most Information Gleaned

Married Introduction Guide?

More Interested Guests?

These are ALL good guesses and benefits of attending the workshop, but the answer is:

Make It GRAND!

You will receive a Gift

Peter Merry & Liz Daley use their talents and experience to create an environment for YOU to develop your own way to express yourself and relate to your audience as a Master Of Ceremonies. You will then combine YOUR expression with appropriate music and sound drops.

They will Make It GRAND! for You

Although you will learn proven techniques, they want you to find what lies within you…to tap into your creative side. You will share this journey with like-minded peers. You will receive critique from ALL of their perspectives of your performance and expose your strengths and weaknesses as an Entertainer.

You Can Then Share Your Gifts and Make It GRAND! for Them

The result is a personalized, entertaining, fun and memorable celebration for your clients, their family and friends.

What This Means To Me: I Am A Desert Rose


The Desert Rose, or more commonly know as “Adenium”, is a flowering plant found in the desert regions of Africa and Arabia. The flowers are a sight to behold, and you’ll enjoy them in abundance each summer. Clusters of gorgeous pink or red flowers grow at the tips of the stems, with a succession of blooms.

I think of my unique presentation and style as this Rose that will continue to grow and bloom. The desert, terrain and sky are the musical flower bed and backdrop for my presentation.

Your peers will fertilize your Rose to help you grow.

Peter and Liz will water and prune what is necessary to highlight your Rose and help you set the scene.

For me it was an uncomfortable, challenging and rewarding workshop. I experienced a knee-knocking, lump in my throat “watershed” moment. For this I give thanks to God!

I can imagine the possibilities, feel empowered and am excited about using this gift.

While I can’t guarantee you will have such an epiphany, I couldn’t have had better Gardeners to tend to my Rose.

I am now secure in the fact I will never be the same personally or professionally. And neither will my clients’ events be!


Guest Blog:  Keith Johnson – Hired Power Entertainment