Our guest this week comes all the way from Miami. We're proud to welcome The Heartbeat of the South - 57 Freddy. Tune in as he talks everything from his love for the lowrider culture, creating the biggest car show of the year, and his close relationship with Rick Ross.
We know puppies and kittens love the sound of their mommy's heartbeat so we combined gray noise with a soothing heartbeat noise to bring your pet 8 hours of comfort! Similar to a heartbeat white noise, just with grey noise! Does your pet not care for the sound of white noise? Is pink noise anything but relaxing for them? Have they heard our 8 hours of grey noise? Created as an alternative to white, pink, and brown noise our gray noise could be the answer to your pets troubles! If you are in search of calming music for dogs, relaxing music for cats, or any type of pet for that matter then give our grey noise machine a try! Perfect to be used for puppy calming music, dog anxiety music, or just music for pets while you are away. Does your pet get skittish over fireworks, thunderstorms, car rides, or just being left home alone? We've created a collection of relaxing music for dogs, cats, and all pets to help them relax naturally including this grey noise for sleep! Our sounds and songs can be enjoyed by both pets and their owners looking to create a space for relaxation or for those simply looking for a break from their hectic day.
Two amazingly talented salesmen on the mic at Dropping Bombs. Sales is one of the most important skill sets as an entrepreneur or sales professional working for one. Jeremy has 7th level sales and Sam has D2D Con– both amazing insights in selling. Listen in to these three talented guys and learn a few things along the way. Sales is the heartbeat of your business, take notes and learn from these guys who know exactly how to to make you more money and level up your business. If you like what you hear, be sure to buy your ticket today to their event, Closer School Live at the LightSpeed VT Headquarters in Las Vegas! https://www.closerschoollv.com July 28th and July 29th! 00:00 Intro 02:43 Sales according to Sam Taggart 4:46 Come to Closer School Live event by going here https://www.closerschoollv.com 07:00 Doorknocking 09:16 What the prospect is picking up according to Jeremy Miner 11:46 What you will be taught in two days 14:26 Problem with the prospect and the root cause 18:41 “For anyone who wants to go deep in training, this event is for you.” - Sam Taggart 23:20 Who this event is for and what to expect 28:51 Training effectively 30:30 Check out the VIP option 32:00 https://www.closerschoollv.com 38:00 It will sell out so buy your ticket now, get your REAL VIP ticket and hang out with Brad! $6k to change your life.
Beth Diemert interviews Kelly Ross about her journey to becoming the CEO of Piedmont Women's Center in South Carolina, and the people and training experiences that helped her along the way. Listen to find out more about the resources that are available for others in the pregnancy help movement as well, including Heartbeat's Pregnancy Help … Continue reading Tools for Leadership →
In episode 3 of our Patient Rights series, we're talking about the right to choose a physician to manage a patient's care while on hospice. When receiving hospice care, the patient or decision-maker has the right to choose which physician will manage care. The hospice agency is required to let the patient know he can choose an “attending physician”, a doctor who works alongside the hospice medical director and the hospice interdisciplinary team. Patients often ask a doctor who's been their primary care provider, someone who knows them well. Hospice teams are required to include that attending physician in coordinating care. Some physicians may choose not to be an attending physician when they're asked. There are several possible reasons a doctor might not want to be an attending physician. Maybe symptom management is not their skill set, or they're not familiar with the kind of care that's needed at the end of life. Nurse practitioners can also serve as attending physicians for a hospice patient. If there isn't an attending physician the patient would like to continue providing care, the patient can simply choose the hospice medical director as his/her attending physician. It's your right! Find more Patient Rights here: Patient Rights Document from the National Association of Home Care and Hospice Find more information about hospice philosophy, end-of-life care, and self-care for both personal and professional caregivers here. Find more podcast episodes from The Heart of Hospice here: https://theheartofhospice.libsyn.com/ The hosts of The Heart of Hospice podcast would be honored to speak at your event or conference. Send an email to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. We'd love to partner with you! Connect with podcast host Jerry Fenter at email@example.com. Connect with podcast host Helen Bauer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
DID I SHAVE MY LEGS FOR THIS (1996)Album Information: Did I Shave My Legs for This is the debut studio album of American country artist Deana Carter, released via Patriot Records in the UK in 1995. In 1996, Capitol Records had Carter record new material for the North American release of the album, which included three songs from the original release. This version features her breakthrough debut single "Strawberry Wine", a number-one hit on the Billboard [[Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart at the end of that year. "We Danced Anyway", "Count Me In", and the title track were also released as a singles. Of these, "We Danced Anyway" and the promotional single "How Do I Get There" also reached number one. (Wikipedia)Album InfoEverything's Gonna Be Alright (1998)Everything's Gonna Be Alright is the second studio album by American country music artist Deana Carter. Released in 1998 as her second and final studio album for Capitol Records Nashville, it features the single "Absence of the Heart", a number 16 hit on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks (now Hot Country Songs) charts in late 1998. "You Still Shake Me" and "Angels Working Overtime" were released as the second and third singles, and peaked at numbers 36 and 35, respectively. "Ruby Brown" failed to chart in the U.S., but managed to reach number 74 on the country charts in Canada.Album InfoFather Christmas (2001)This holiday album manages to be great despite itself -- one of Deana Carter's strengths is her songwriting; this is a collection largely of standards. Even though it adds a kind of fireside charm, the guitar accompaniment, provided by her father, Fred Carter, Jr., seems ham-handed and often off-tempo. The only thing about the album that isn't flawed is her voice. Subtle and sweet, she charms throughout and sets a gentle, soothing tone that is perfect for a wintry evening. Carter has also managed to present a holiday album that manages to exude a down-home country style without resorting to stereotypical twanginess and fiddles. Father Christmas may not go too far to try to be original or different, but it is pretty memorable just the way it is.Album InfoI'm Just A Girl (2003)I'm Just a Girl is the fourth studio album released by American country singer/songwriter Deana Carter. The album peaked at #6 on the U.S. Top Country Albums chart and #58 on the Billboard 200, and produced two singles. "There's No Limit" was released in late 2002 as the lead single. The song was Carter's first Top 20 hit since "Absence of the Heart" in 1998, when it peaked at #14 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks #interview #countrymusic #deanacarter chart in early 2003. The title track was released as the album's second single, which was a minor Top 40 hit. This was Carter's only release on Arista Nashville; she then switched to Vanguard for her next albums. The cover resembles a magazine cover.Album InfoThe Story of My Life (2005)The Story of My Life is the fifth studio album released by American country singer/songwriter Deana Carter. The album peaked at #26 on the U.S. Top Country Albums chart and #150 on the Billboard 200. "One Day at a Time" was released in March 2005 as the lead-off single, and entered the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart for the week of April 9, 2005 at #57. It reached a peak of #55 after three weeks, although the song later reappeared on the chart for two additional weeks in late June-early July. The follow-up singles, "The Girl You Left Me For", "Sunny Day", and "In a Heartbeat", failed to enter the chart altogether.Album InfoThe Chain (2007)The Chain is the sixth studio album of American country singer/songwriter Deana Carter, first released in 2007. Since, the album has peaked at #60 on the US Country chart. The first and only single off the album, "On the Road Again," was released in 2007, failing to land on the
Most of us know that we have a heart. We know that it beats - sometimes faster, sometimes slower. But just how many times does it beat in a day? We asked Dr. Courtney Jordan Baechler to have a heart-to-heart with us about this question. (She is also the host of the podcast Heart-to-Heart Conversations!) Got a question that you just love? Send it to us at BrainsOn.org/contact, and we won't beat around the bush!
As we celebrate the sixth birthday of Be the Bridge, we are peering into the heartbeat of the organization: Be the Bridge Groups. Be the Bridge groups. Guest podcast host Dr. Will Gravely connects with two Be the Bridge group leaders, Regina Alexander and Leah Anderson, as they share their experiences in leading and navigating local groups and virtual groups over the years. Be the Bridge groups are where this hard work of moving toward racial healing, racial equity, and racial unity is engaged. Host & Executive Producer - Latasha Morrison Senior Producer - Lauren C. Brown Producer, Editor, & Music - Travon Potts Transcriber - Sarah Connatser Be the Bridge: BeTheBridge.com facebook.com/beabridgebuilder/ instagram.com/bethebridge/ twitter.com/BAbridgebuilder youtube.com/channel/UCMLWkgwF53UExW_8SWEoI7g Latasha Morrison: latashamorrison.com/ facebook.com/LatashaMMorrison instagram.com/latashamorrison/ twitter.com/LatashaMorrison --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Beth Diemert talks with one of our Annual Conference workshops presenters, Anne Camille Talley about how change really isn't all that scary! Learn to drive change to accomplish the mission of your organization instead of running from it. Click here for info on Heartbeat's On-Site Consultations“Unthinkable Change! (It's Not That Scary)” workshop Click here to … Continue reading Embracing Change →
01. Amir Telem, Ruben Karapetyan - Goloka 02. Fissure - Ready 2 Go 03. Yannick Mueller - The Parade 04. Matan Caspi - Virtuoso 05. Daniel Testas, Miss Dominguez, Weird Sounding Dude - Passing Lights 06. Cream (Pl) - Kamala 07. Andrea Cassino, Greenage, Dmitry Molosh - Losing Part of Me 08. Agustin Pengov - Renacer 09. Queen, Shai T Revisit - Radio Ga Ga 10. Guy J, Aman Anand - In Oblivion 11. Nopi - Sense in Nature 12. Orgymu5Ik, Rockka - Mission Critical 13. Sentimento - Sonder 14. Yotto - The Valley 15. Lout - Killer 16. Dmitry Molosh, Nopi - Consciousness Switch 17. Juani Otatti - Upphetsad 18. Tinlicker, Robert Miles - Children (Record Mix) 19. Jackie Jeff - Take Off 20. Rafael Osmo - Amadeus 21. K Loveski, Ewan Rill - Chintara 22. Rufus Du Sol, Cassian - On My Knees 23. Bound To Divide, Makay - Cascade 24. Simos Tagias - Deception 25. Eli Spiral, Enertia-Sound - Audio Devotion 26. Affkt, Snyl - Bac 27. Rick Pier O'Neil, Mayro - Ancient 28. Chris Cargo - Home 29. Digital Mess - Generic House 30. Passenger 10 - Days of Yore 31. Dylan Deck, Juan Ibanez, Fabri Lopez - Touching the Sky 32. Teo (Sl), Cmb Cruzz - Calibrated Dreams 33. Morttagua, Gaby Endo, Stan Kolev - Urania 34. Teklix - Sadhana 35. Andrewboy - Don't Give Up 36. John Creamer, Stephane K, Nkemdi - I Wish You Were Here 37. Humans Out Loud, Olivers Pattern - New Day 38. Mayro - Panorama 39. Stan Kolev, D-Nox - Diffusion 40. Paul (Ar), Figueras - Dimentional 41. Noiyse Project, Shannon Davin, Bynomic, Blood Groove, - Running Mavka 42. Digital Mess - Subjective Collapse 43. Santiago Luna - Voyage 44. Yotto, Cassian - Inter 45. Shanil Alox, Noiyse Project - I'm Too Weird 46. Nico Szabo - Raccoon 47. Alan Cerra - Henkere 48. Ultraverse, Edlands - Untold Stories 49. Tali Muss, Mayro - Dimension Of Space 50. Leon Costabal, Diego R - Suenos 51. Sebastian Busto, Dmitry Molosh - December 52. Alan Spinoso, Juani Otatti - Blue Field 53. Serdar Avar, Groover Silva - Closed 54. Matan Caspi, Tali Muss - The One 55. Kamilo Sanclemente - My Heart Beat 56. Ewan Rill - Aokar 57. Nora En Pure - Us 58. Kazko - The Stars Above 59. Ivan Roudyk - Nice To Be In Orbit 60. Stan Kolev, Aaron Suiss - Fable 61. Kenan Savrun, Chris Cargo - Salvation 62. Tonaco - Mars Sunset 63. Steve Mcgrath, Four Candles - In a Heartbeat
•Künstler-Biografie• Eigentlich wollte Carolyn ein ganz normales Familienleben. Mit Mann, Kindern, Haus und Garten. Doch sie hatte Neal Cassady geheiratet, einen Beatnik und Frauenheld aus der exzessiven Kunstszene Kaliforniens der 50er Jahre. // Von Carolyn Cassady / Übersetzung aus dem Amerikanischen: Werner Waldhoff / Bearbeitung: Heike Tauch / Komposition: LAF Überland / Regie: Heike Tauch / WDR 2006 // www.wdr.de/k/hoerspiel-newsletter Von Carolyn Cassidy.
Your HHMCs Boogie, DynoWright and JB vibe on "the original hip hop documentary" Style Wars on Episode 5 of the Hip Hop Movie Club podcast. http://www.stylewars.com/site/ (Style Wars official site) https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0177262/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1 (Style Wars on IMDb ) Where to Watch: https://therokuchannel.roku.com/watch/d76d2d6d283158d0a5da8007d2892a39?source=google (Roku Channel), https://www.peacocktv.com/watch/asset/movies/style-wars/30318b66-fd4e-3e17-88d2-0aa1f6c4d728 (Peacock) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gYMkEMCHtJ4 ("The Message") by Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XOHvOhADAic ("Rockin' It") by the Fearless Four https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YqYeTjeRJ84 ("Respiration") by Black Star (Mos Def and Talib Kweli) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qB7O6c5Uycw ("8th Wonder") by The Sugarhill Gang https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hk_DBrjtH0s ("Feel the Heartbeat") by the Treacherous Three https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jbrGOFJ2KwQ (The clip from Style Wars) set to "The Wanderer" by Dion https://www.taki183.net/ (Taki 183) A recent https://www.nytimes.com/2022/05/07/nyregion/ed-koch-gay-secrets.html (New York Times article) on Ed Koch http://www.artnet.com/artists/seen/ (Seen on Artnet) http://www.mtv.com/news/2495908/king-of-style-kase-2-remembered/ (Kase 2 on mtv.com) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H1gMQ_q3FSM ("Fame" Theme Song) by Irene Cara https://outsider.com/entertainment/all-in-the-family-rob-reiner-once-explained-how-overboard-meathead-nickname-went/ ("Meathead") (Rob Reiner) https://senseslost.com/interviews/cap-interview/ (Cap interview) on Senses Lost CreditsHip Hop Movie Club is produced by your HHMC's: Boogie, JB and DynoWright! Theme music by Boogie. Special thanks to Susan Berger, Towanda Edwards, and Alice Seneres. Hit us up at email@example.com or on https://www.facebook.com/hiphopmovieclub (Facebook), https://twitter.com/hiphopmovieclub (Twitte)r and https://www.instagram.com/hiphopmovieclub/ (Instagram) @hiphopmovieclub. You can also check us out at https://hiphopmovieclub.com/ (hiphopmovieclub.com). On the next episode of the Hip Hop Movie Club podcast, your HHMCs will discuss the all time classic https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0113118/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1 (Friday) starring Ice Cube and Chris Tucker. But wait, there's more. Watch your feed for a little bonus content next week. Subscribe today on your favorite podcast app and you won't miss any of it. Shout out to you listeners. Thanks for tuning in.
A common myth about hospice is that patients and families don't have any choices once hospice care starts, so we're talking about all the rights patients really do have. Don't miss this 5 part series! It's vital that both consumers and providers of hospice care know what rights the patient (or the responsible decision-maker) has. Those rights are real and every agency serving seriously ill patients should provide a list to their patients and caregivers. We're highlighting some of the most important rights - the right to make a complaint, the right to choose a physician, the right to start and stop hospice care, and the right to choose what's included in your own plan of care. Hospice patients and their caregivers should feel empowered to manage the care they receive. Listen to all the Patient Rights Series episodes to learn about these all-important rights! Patient Rights Document from the National Association of Home Care and Hospice Find more information about hospice philosophy, end-of-life care, and self-care for both personal and professional caregivers here. Find more podcast episodes from The Heart of Hospice here: https://theheartofhospice.libsyn.com/ Connect with podcast host Jerry Fenter at firstname.lastname@example.org. Connect with podcast host Helen Bauer at email@example.com.
Full ep: https://www.patreon.com/posts/forever-boys-w-67261482?utm_medium=clipboard_copy&utm_source=copy_to_clipboard&utm_campaign=postshare SAN FRANCISCO — Forever Mag co-EIC Anika Levy on Rebecca Curtis, Sally Rooney, love stories, being of Service, and writing in fragments. From 1.3.22. Anika pod CONTENTS 0 - intro song unreleased Yahndi leak 1 - Twenty Grand (2007) by Rebecca Curtis 3 - delicious tacos / Houellebecq 6 - on pseudonymity 8 - Eric calls 9 - The Heartbeat of Wounded Knee (2019) David Treuer 11 - Sally Rooney “mr. Salary” 14 - “mumblecore” by Megan Boyle & Tao 15 - we park 17 - all good stories are love stories 21 - Transactionality / being Of Service 23 - The book of Job 26 - forevermag.net 27 - cthonic vs. holy / Hitler wears Hermes 8 by Westside Gunn (“Clare's back” https://youtu.be/zw97PqZ1enw?t=123 ) 30 - Christmas / sun god rant 38 - War for Gloria by Atticus Lish 40 - writing in fragments 42 - on Red Rocket (2021) 47 - “Good Time” / Safdie bros 49 - Gian 52 - Fuccboi derangement syndrome 55 - the Bitter End
In light of the unprecedented leak of the U.S. Supreme Court's draft opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, issues of human dignity and the human right to life are front and center in our culture. We speak today with someone who has worked at the intersection of human dignity issues for many years and across a range of institutions. Arina O. Grossu, M.A., M.S., is Founder and Principal at Areté Global Consulting and a Fellow with Discovery Institute's Center on Human Exceptionalism. She focuses on the protection of human dignity, human rights, and the sanctity of human life from fertilization to natural death. Her areas of expertise include abortion, women's health, bioethics, conscience, pornography, sex trafficking, assisted suicide, and euthanasia. Arete Global Consulting https://areteglobalconsulting.com Arina Grossu at Discovery Institute https://www.discovery.org/p/grossu/
Bill Handel looks at The Great Culling: Which CA bills did Legislators kill off? The future of calling 911 is...a little creepy. And Wayne Resnick and Jennifer Jones Lee join Bill for the Late Edition of Handel on the News. The trio discusses news topics that include: Primary Election live updates, CA lawmakers take on Texas by blocking the 'heartbeat' abortion laws, and the DOJ has issued a new guidance when it comes to use of force by federal agents.
(0.00) 98.5 Celtics radio analyst Cedric Maxwell joins the show. Cedrick doesn't think Boston can beat Miami with out Celtics "heart beat" Marcus Smart. (20.25) Bill Belichick addressed the play calling duties and he sounds like the show's old friend, Chili Guy. (31.16) The Stack: Paul Finebaum was on vacation and the listeners got very confused. Fred is receiving Marcus Smart hate mail. Hard Knocks in-season is headed for the desert and Punch out at the airport! Did Fred fart? CONNECT WITH TOUCHER & RICH Twitter:@Toucherandrich|@fredtoucher|@KenGriffeyRules Instagram:@Toucherandrichofficial |@fredtoucher Twitch:twitch.tv/thesportshub 98.5 The Sports Hub:Website|Twitter|Facebook|Instagram
Rio Grange lives in the small town of Hailey, ID with her husband and three children, where they appreciate the slower pace and beautiful mountain community. In the spring of 2018, she founded Work + Wonder, where her devotion to God meets her passion for design. Weaving together her roles as a mother, artist, and business owner has been a beautifully chaotic journey—full of countless lessons learned and tender mercies along the way. Today Rio and I get to have a chat all about her “why” behind Work and Wonder, how she feels God nudged her to really start this work, how the gospel has helped her deal with real life challenges, including losing her dad to suicide, and how she's now honoring his memory with a beautiful table book just in time for Father's Day. This interview left me feeling spiritually full to the brim and I hope it does for you, too. Time Stamps: [00:57] - Rio Grange's two greatest passions are graphic design and the gospel. [03:15] - Rio talks about being nervous to go into business. How did she make her final decision? [06:10] - When you feel compelled to do something, negative narratives may come to disrupt you. [07:52] - How did Rio stick to her idea of starting a magazine? [10:08] - Rio hopes to make the magazine more “community created”. [11:40] - Things aren't always easy, but it's worth it. [13:46] - Rio says she is grateful for the bond she continues to develop with her community through positivity and vulnerability. [16:02] - What helps Rio be compassionate to other people's stories? [17:36] - Rio recalls a part of her life that is an exercise of vulnerability. [20:00] - You never know who will resonate with the story you share. [22:25] - You don't need to be perfect. Imperfections help connect us. [24:18] - If you're going to chase something, chase the right priorities. [26:25] - The more we trust the Lord, the more the Lord can work in our favor. [28:24] - The power of simple faith. [30:54] - What inspired Rio's table book? [33:38] - Rio talks about remembering the root of God's creation. How did this influence her content? [36:33] - Rio gives a shout out to her sister for helping with the book. [38:14] - What are Rio's thoughts on the connection between God and nature? [40:57] - Corrine expresses her feelings on combining content and spirituality. [42:53] - Never underestimate small efforts. [44:40] - Rio talks about staying connected to the community. Supporting Resources: IG @work.and.wonder Work and Wonder site