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Hola mis amores, el episodio del día de hoy es ideal si estas buscando un poco de inspiración para echarle ganas a cualquier situación difícil que estes pasando. Ofelia Negrete Vazques es una jovencita de padres inmigrantes, quien desde muy pequeña ha tenido que luchar buscando un lugar y respeto en este país. Sufriendo la deportación de su mamá, siendo el apoyo más grande para su padre y hermanos, su única salida a sus problemas fue enfocarse en la escuela y soñar en algún día convertirse en Doctora.Hoy, años después, Ofelia nos representa orgullosamente ejerciendo en el campo de la medicina, y está a mitad de su especialidad en gineco-obstreta. Sin duda, Ofelia es un gran ejemplo de perseverancia, disciplina y fe.Escucha su historia y compártela con todos a tu alrededor.Además, si tu o alguien que conoces, es latino, vive en el norte de Texas y quiere estudiar medicina, contáctenme con la organización no lucrativa NTLAPA que ayuda a jovencitos hispanos del norte de Texas que se encuentran estudiando medicina.ABOUT NTLAPAWe are a charitable organization supporting students in medical and medically related education as well as those educational programs primarily in North Texas; support medically related relief for the poor, the distressed, and the underprivileged.Disfruta también de nuestros segmentos especiales:Noticias por @ItsJuanitahPara verte y sentirte bien por @SilvanstudiosDéjanos tu REVIEW en Apple Podcast con las 5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Y también síguenos en las redes sociales:INSTAGRAMFACEBOOKTWITTERY el blog www.rollosdemujeres.comEpisodio traído a ti por TRADERS VILLAGE de Grand Prairie. Están abiertos de Viernes a Domingo, siguiendo las medidas de seguridad necesarias y con diversión y opciones de compras para toda la familia. Visítalos en 2602 Mayfield Road, Grand Prairie, Texas 75052.
This week on 3rd Degree the Podcast, Dan Crooke and Buzz Carrick deal with the loss of Peter Welpton who is missing for either his Birthday or Thanksgiving, we're not sure which. So it's a Q&A episode and the remaining due try to answer all your questions. FC Dallas, Pepi, Ferreira, coaches, Academy, North Texas, TV deals, surprise moves, World Cup bids... you named and we dug into it. Enjoy.3rd Degree the Podcast is brought to you by Soccer90.com. 25% Off Sitewide for All 3rd Degree Podcast listeners with Promo Code 3RDDEGREE on Soccer90.com.Music by Pappy Check.
It is truly the most wonderful time of the year and as we close out Thanksgiving and head towards Christmas, we wanted to give you some ideas of some really cool Christmas light displays and events going on in your area of the metroplex!
Damon West is someone who believes in inside-out transformation. Today, Damon is a college professor who is nationally known keynote speaker and best-selling author. He travels the country sharing his message. But, it wasn't always as bright for Damon as it is today. At 20 years old, he was a division one starting quarterback at the University of North Texas, when he then suffered a career ending injury, turning to hardcore drugs to cope with the disappointments of his life. After graduation, he worked in the US Congress where he was a national fundraiser on a US presidential campaign. He eventually trained to be a stockbroker for UBS, one of the premier financial institutions in the world. It was at UBS where he was introduced to meth, becoming instantly hooked. While you hear these highs and these bright spots and what society often deems a success, Damon looked the part. And yet, he actually battled demons and battled severe substance abuse. As a result, he impacted lives of many innocent people from choices that he made in order to feed his meth habit. He robbed a lot of people, he became a burglar, and he ran an organized crime ring, ultimately leading to his incarceration. Damon went to jail for 7+ years, but he was actually convicted for 65 years, basically a life-sentence considering the time of his conviction. Damon's story, in the end, is one of redemption, grit, and determination. In this episode, we discuss Call me MISTER and how it's changing the world (7:14), what he learned about race while in prison (12:55), race outside of prison (16:33), cancel culture (24:19), being labeled as gifted and talented as a young man and how it both helped and hurt him (28:32), substance abuse (31:19), what allowed him to persevere in prison (35:01), what he does today to make sure he stays clean (37:35), good and evil (42:33), and why he has decided to pour his heart and soul into speaking (49:02). Make sure to check out Damon on both Twitter and Instagram @DamonWest7. Additionally, I would encourage you to check out Damon's website here. Lastly, Damon's foundation website can be found here as well. Thank you so much to Damon for coming on the podcast! I wrote a book called “Shift Your Mind” that was released in October of 2020, and you can order it on Amazon and Barnes and Noble. Additionally, I have launched a company called Strong Skills, and I encourage you to check out our new website https://www.strongskills.co/. If you liked this episode and/or any others, please follow me on Twitter: @brianlevenson or Instagram: @Intentional_Performers. Thanks for listening. -Brian
It's our fourth college basketball episode of the season! Every Wednesday morning, the Three Man Weave crew of Jim Root, Ky McKeon and Matt Cox will join Big Bets On Campus to talk all things gambling in college hoops! With Thanksgiving on Thursday, we're coming to you a day early! This week, the guys give out their favorite underdogs (02:05), most-likely candidates for big blowouts (17:47), favorite Power 5 matchups (25:36), favorite mid-major matchups of the week (32:07), and the game they would rather “claw their eyes out” than actually watch (34:22). They wrap up the episode with a spotlight on the programs that have been monsters against the spread, as well as programs that have been unable to cover spreads on a consistent basis (36:20). Game previews include George Mason vs. South Dakota State (02:05), Kansas vs. North Texas (05:37), Alabama vs. Iona (09:20), Oklahoma State vs. Oral Roberts (11:37), North Carolina State vs. Louisiana Tech (14:44), New Mexico vs. UAB (16:43), Oklahoma vs. Houston Baptist (17:47), Clemson vs. Charleston Southern (19:44), Purdue vs. Nebraska-Omaha (21:36), Arizona vs. Sacramento State (23:25), Gonzaga vs. Duke (25:36), Memphis vs. Virginia Tech (29:40), Belmont vs. Drake (32:07), and Dayton vs. Miami (34:22).
Woke up Sunday morning and yep... that had really happened. The UTSA Roadrunners used a storybook ending to secure their first divisional title in program history, snapping a three season streak for UAB. We talk about the emotions and schematics surrounding the game before previewing a North Texas game that's about ten times more interesting than we thought it would be a month ago. 00:00 - UTSA followed the original blueprint for the program to win their first ever divisional championship 07:43 - Jeff Traylor has had so much good fortune at UTSA we can only assume he's been visiting a southside curandero 13:12 - A Texas hero was sitting just one row above Jared and Adrian and spoke some words of wisdom that ended up playing out on the field 23:56 - Some key seniors did not participate in senior day festivities, perhaps giving us an indication of UTSA's plans to bring back players for super senior seasons. 32:34 - We take a deep dive into the X's and O's, penalties, officiating, and coaching decisions which played into the final score of the UAB win. 44:14 - Oh we doing Birds Down now??? 54:13 - UNT has their backs against the wall. They'll miss out on bowl season if they lose, and it might cause their head coach to be fire. Can the Roadrunners defeat a Mean Green team playing for survival without looking ahead to the conference championship? 1:11:30 - Karen Aston earns her first win at UTSA, while UIW and SFA prepare for a huge FCS playoff matchup in San Antonio
Our Legends of Commercial Real Estate series is returning for its second season and we're back with a special interview between Bill Cawley (Cawley Partners) and Ray Washburne of Charter Holdings and The M Crowd Restaurant Group! Watch Ray's interview on YouTube: https://youtu.be/oMMAeOHm338 Special thanks to the Dallas Business Journal for sponsoring our Legends of Commercial Real Estate series. Get the latest breaking business news and exclusives on the hottest topics fueling North Texas' growth: https://www.bizjournals.com/dallas/ Check out the other Legends of CRE episodes from Season 2: https://soundcloud.com/trecdallas/sets/legends-of-cre-ssn-2 Listen to Season 1 of Legends of CRE: https://soundcloud.com/trecdallas/sets/legends-of-commercial-real Subscribe to TRECcast Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/treccast/id1438048995 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7df4hgNUizIRV35pzXltno SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/trecdallas Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/treccast Have an idea for an episode topic or guest? Email email@example.com. Follow TREC on Social Media Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/therealestatecouncil Twitter: https://twitter.com/TRECDallas Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/trecdallas/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-real-estate-council
"God did not create you to create by yourself." - Charlie Wendell. Do you have a heart for service? Do you feel called to make a difference? Are you letting the fear of mistakes or inadequacy keep you from doing what you love? This episode of Journey of an Artist is for you! University of North Texas and Full Sail University alumna Charlie Wendell started out with good friends and a dream to unite her three passions: Jesus, people, and music. Now, she serves as Executive Director of the non-profit she founded, Melody of Hope--which seeks to bring hope through music. In this episode, Emmeline and Charlie talk about the challenges and joys of creating a business, allowing that business to adapt, and pushing past the mistakes to pursue your purpose. Charlie talks about the experiences that inspired her to create Melody of Hope, the way the organization has evolved, and the lessons she's learned along the way.To learn more about how you can help support Melody of Hope, or to submit a musician who might be a good fit for the organization, visit Melody of Hope's official website. For behind-the-scenes info and more about Journey of an Artist, follow Emmeline on social media at @EmmelineMusic.
Anu Verma interviews Katherine Barner who is a Grief & Trauma Expert, Award-Winning Author, and Licensed Psychotherapist and she specializes in equipping Black women survivors of childhood sexual abuse. She is also specialized in working with individuals recovering from significant grief & loss, with the skills to pursue and achieve mental, emotional and spiritual health leading to more productive and peaceful lives. She has appeared on a number of popular radio and podcast broadcasts. Her ultimate goal is for survivors to know they do not have to live in the shadows of abuse. Katherine is founder of Sisters Speak Up Society, a membership community for abuse survivors designed to provide inspiration, encouragement, support and accountability for their journey toward healing and living. She earned her BA in Psychology from Spelman College and her M.Ed. in Counseling from the University of North Texas. She is a certified ICISF crisis responder, Clinical Trauma Specialist, and trained EMDR practitioner. As the author of ‘God Help Me, I'm Grieving: Finding Healing After Loss' which won a 2018 Christian Literary Award, she is also a contributor to Today's Purpose Woman magazine. In addition, she is previous host of the Sister Survivors Podcast where she brought light to the issues of sexual abuse and sexual assault. Thanks For Listening! =======================================Follow us on: - Website: https://victim2victor.net/ - FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/victim2victor - INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/victim_2_victor_podcast/- TWITTER: https://twitter.com/V2V_healing - Victim 2 Victor Audio Book Audible: https://adbl.co/3akVNCu - Victim 2 Victor Book on Amazon: https://amzn.to/34MQQyu - Apple Podcast: https://apple.co/3wHvUof - Spotify: https://spoti.fi/36D6ZYE
This week on The Texan's “Weekly Roundup,” the team covers the latest in lawmaker retirements and campaign announcements, a state legislator switching parties, a federal investigation into a North Texas school district, a redistricting lawsuit in Harris County, a tragic instance of human smuggling at the border, discrepancies in COVID-19 vaccination data at the state and federal levels, photos of barbed wire fencing serving as the border wall shared by the governor, threatening remarks made at a Texas school board meeting, grand jury subpoenas issued in Harris County over a controversial vaccine outreach contract, more tracts of land purchased for the Panther Island project, and State Board of Education hearings on controversial curriculum.
University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill Percussion Professor Juan Álamo stops by to talk about his 2021 PASIC presentation (03:30), his job at UNC-Chapel Hill and his compositional and performing outlets (22:45), growing up in Cidra, Puerto Rico, his beginnings playing timbales to recordings, and his time at the Conservatory in San Juan, PR (44:15), getting his master's and doctorate at North Texas (01:09:45), teaching adjunct in TX and making a career out of many parts prior to getting to UNC-CH (01:21:20), and takes a spin through the Random Ass Questions (01:27:20).Finishing with a Rave on the people Pete talked to at PASIC 2021 (01:51:00).Links:Juan Álamo's UNC pageJuan Álamo's PASIC page“Variations on Lost Love” - David Maslanka“Marimba Spiritual” - Minoru MikiLynn GlassockCort McClaren“Oye Como Va” - Tito Puente“El Raton” - Cheo Feliciano“Sonido Bestial” - Richie Ray y Bobby Cruz“Un Dia Bonito” - Eddie Palmieri“Toccata Fantasy in E-Flat Minor” - Raymond Helble“Night Rhapsody” - John Serry“Doctor Gradus ad Parnassum” - Claude DebussyChristopher DeaneMark FordKeiko AbeThe Pursuit of Happyness trailerE.T. trailerBad Boys trailerJoe Dumars career highlightsDallas Mavericks 2011 Finals highlightsJ.J. Barea highlightsThe Art of Possibility - Rosamund Stone Zander and Ben ZanderCreativity: The Perfect Crime - Philippe PetitMichael LeagueMiguel Zénon Tiny Desk Concert
Episode 198 features Joshua Castillo, Co-Founder of Salood, A Not-for-profit organization that help patients and families gain a sense of leadership through the creative collaborations and the financial assistance that comes as a result of them.Check out their latest collaboration that launched on 9/14/21 - https://kellywynne.com/pages/salood Find Joshua Online:Website: https://www.Salood.org Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/saloodincMedium: https://medium.com/authority-magazine/salood-joshua-castillos-big-idea-that-may-change-the-world-1adef33307d6Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/category/Nonprofit-Organization/Salood-103704234795241/About Joshua:Joshua holds a bachelor's degree in Business from the University of North Texas. As a Salood founder, Joshua is excited to help patients and families gain a sense of leadership through the creative collaborations and the financial assistance that comes as a result of them. Joshua spends his spare time with family, friends and tries new restaurants with his girlfriend.........Thank you for listening! If you wanted to learn more about the host, Brian Ondrako, check out his “Now” Page - https://www.brianondrako.com/now or Sign up for his Weekly Newsletter and 3x a Week Blog - https://brianondrako.com/subscribe/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On the season finale of the Gospel Con Carne podcast, Alan is joined by the Executive Director of Foundation Communities, Walter Moreau. Like Alan, Walter is a "do-er." Foundation Communities currently has more than 20 affordable housing communities which serve about 7,000 families and single adults throughout Austin and North Texas. The organization also provides education opportunities and other support services to help empower its residents to achieve educational success, financial stability and healthier lifestyles. Listen in as Walter and Alan discuss the value that comes with getting to know our neighbors, as well as the future collaboration planned between Community First! Village and Foundation Communities to lift more of our homeless friends up off the streets.
The UB men's basketball got their first win of the season at North Texas before the start of the Cancun Classic this weekend. The guys breakdown the action in Denton and preview the upcoming games before taking a look at the football team's Senior Night matchup with NIU.
On August 2, 2019, Kyle Vess was strapped to a bed at Parkland Memorial Hospital with a swollen ankle and fractures in his face. The Dallas Police Department was holding him on a charge of assaulting a public servant. In their reports, they say he assaulted a Dallas Fire-Rescue paramedic because that's what the paramedic and others with DFR said happened before police arrived on the scene. But, that's not all that happened. The paramedic is a trained MMA fighter named Brad Cox, and Kyle later tried to tell officers that Cox kicked him in the face while he was on the ground. It's what a DPD officer who was on the scene told her sergeant, which sparked a public integrity investigation into Cox. It's also what Kyle's mom asked the Dallas Country District Attorney's office to investigate in a complaint filed just months after the incident. But, the public integrity investigation ultimately cleared Cox. The DA didn't fully investigate. And, ever since, Kyle's been stuck with the charges from that day. About two years would pass before a lawsuit and released body camera footage and police documents about the incident would throw Kyle's story into the media spotlight. I'm going to try to take you through a more complete version of this story than what ended up in police documents. When it's all laid out, it's not so much a story about a man assaulting a public servant. It's a story about mental illness, vague police reports and a paramedic/trained fighter with a history of alleged misconduct. I've been following this story for the Dallas Observer since August 2021, and it's still ongoing. In this episode of the CobCast, I'll take you through my reporting from the beginning to where we are now. For more on Kyle's story, visit DallasObserver.com. This is an audio adaptation written, recorded and produced by me. Body camera footage was obtained from the Dallas Police Department via an open records request. Music is also by me. Lawsuit: Dallas Paramedic Kicked Detained Man in Facehttps://www.dallasobserver.com/news/lawsuit-dallas-paramedic-kicked-man-in-face-while-in-police-custody-12235286 Video Shows Moment Dallas Fire-Rescue Employee Kicks Man in the Facehttps://www.dallasobserver.com/news/video-dallas-fire-rescue-employee-kicks-man-in-face-12455856 How a Dallas Police Investigation Cleared the Firefighter Who Kicked a Detained Man in 2019https://www.dallasobserver.com/news/police-investigation-cleared-firefighter-brad-cox-who-kicked-detained-man-in-2019-12490883 Dallas Fire-Rescue Puts Firefighter Who Kicked Detained Man On Leavehttps://www.dallasobserver.com/news/dallas-firefighter-brad-cox-who-kicked-detained-man-in-2019-put-on-administrative-leave-12512391 New Video Shows Dallas Paramedic Repeatedly Kicking Mentally Ill Man Before Police Show Uphttps://www.dallasobserver.com/news/watch-dallas-paramedic-kicks-mentally-ill-man-several-times-before-police-arrive-on-scene-12638001 Dallas District Attorney Drops Charges Against Mentally Ill Man Kicked Repeatedly by Paramedichttps://www.dallasobserver.com/news/dallas-district-attorney-drops-charges-against-mentally-ill-man-kicked-repeatedly-by-paramedic-12682821 Family, Attorney Call For Arrest of Dallas Paramedic Who Repeatedly Kicked Mentally Ill Manhttps://www.dallasobserver.com/news/family-attorney-call-for-arrest-of-dallas-paramedic-who-repeatedly-kicked-mentally-ill-man-12699330 Fired Dallas Paramedic Brad Cox, Who Kicked Mentally Ill Man in 2019, Loses Licensehttps://www.dallasobserver.com/news/fired-dallas-paramedic-brad-cox-who-kicked-mentally-ill-man-kyle-vess-in-2019-has-license-revoked-12806536
Our “Egg Roll Guy” began his career at the University of North Texas, where he would meet love-of-his-life, Theresa Nguyen, and graduate with a BBA. Carl has always been driven and independent (qualities he no doubt honed as a Scout), but he wanted to learn how to incorporate his desire for perfection with his business knowledge. In 1993, Carl joined the Van's Kitchen family, confident that he could make a difference in the young company. Over the next 20 years, he would lead the purchasing department by setting strict standards and acting as buyer for all of Van's Kitchen's raw materials. In 2012, technology became more important for businesses and the company's needs changed. To assist, Carl flexed his computer savvy and took on the role of Chief IT Officer. After building the purchasing and IT departments, Carl then became Chief Sales Officer, and he is currently focused on getting our Made to Love egg rolls into Convenience stores nationwide.www.vanskitchen.comwww.livelifedriven.com
Coming to you straight from deer camp, Sam is in the field with his dad, Mark during opening week of the Texas rifle season on their "Texas Dirt" property. Throughout the summer and fall, we have followed our Texas crew as they have begun managing 800+ acres of untouched whitetail country in North Texas. Sam finally gets to sit down with his dad again on the podcast, and get another perspective of what the property holds. The two discuss the whitetail management strategies thus far, the importance of recon, how unusual it is to see the number of bucks they have seen, and more. They both share of few of their more memorable hunts so far this year; and one in particular stands out for Sam, having had a mature buck standing only 10-feet away from him! For more hunting & outdoor content, visit https://www.fallobsession.com
As the pandemic continues, The Dallas Morning News and KERA are collaborating to document its impact on North Texas' arts and culture scene. KERA's Jerome Weeks follows up on a popular Facebook group for people who want to put up performance videos. It was created in 2020, in response to the isolation caused by COVID-19.
Nicole Britenriker, says "Don't T.I.P."! Listen as this former volleyball student-athlete for the University of Kentucky Wildcats, and always gives love to OH-IO!!! She has served in the professional and collegiate sports landscape in a variety of roles including sponsorship, sales, corporate partnership development, ticketing and now talent acquisition. We talked through her navigation as an athlete from armature to pro as well as the ups, stress an decision in between. We talked about the excitement around the NBA's 75th season as Nicole currently holds the role as Senior Team Talent Advisor for NBA. EJ recalls meeting Nicole during their time at Learfield. Prior to Learfield, Nicole was with the NFL's Cincinnati Bengals, working in ticket sales and premium seating for three years. We wrapped up talking with about Madam VP Nicole for the Black Sports Professionals, North Texas and what that has meant for her and the BSP as a whole. Tap in for this one.For more with Nicole Britenriker:IG: @nicsavvywww.linkedin.com/in/nicole-britenrikerFor more Black in Sports additional content on our podcast see linktree: https://linktr.ee/blackinsports |Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/blackinsports | YouTube - @blackinsports | Instagram - @blackinsports | Twitter - @blackinsports | Website - https://www.blackinsports.com/ | Thank you & we appreciate you! #awardwinningpodcast #bestsportspodcast #blackpodwinner#fortheculture #blackinsports #sportsbusiness #podcast #tellingblackstories #blackowner #Blackeffect #sportsbiz #BlackPlayersForChange #sportsnews #blackowned #blackmedia #HBCULeaguePass #blackpodcastmatter #DEI #NBA
Texas schools can issue mask mandates while AG prohibited from issuing fines; Jury chosen in trial of Billy Chemirmir; Dallas County jury finds man guilty of killing Black transgender woman in 2019; Governor Abbott wants ‘criminal' investigation related to porn in Texas schools amid book controversies; North Texas family gets year of free milk after viral video leads to Twitter trolling
He is the football player turned venture investor who is making a difference in North Texas. Benjamin Vann from Impact Ventures is removing barriers to capital for women and entrepreneurs of color through inclusive entrepreneurship. Through his work, he aims to tackle real world problems by making sure every entrepreneur has a chance to succeed and bring their dreams to reality, no matter their circumstances.
Listen to a new episode of YNS Live with NFL Thread recorded live on Fireside with hosts Juliet Hahn and Cynthia Zordich featuring Brittany Olawale. “We knew from day one [we've prayed for] that we'd be able to walk away and not limp away from the NFL.” - Brittany Olawale Brittany Olawale emphasizes integrity, transparency, compassion, and good faith in every detail of her business. As a Christian woman, she understands the importance of service at home, in her job, and in her community. Since moving to Southlake Brittany and her family have immersed themselves in the community and are fostering new relationships. Brittany's three children greatly benefit from attending nationally ranked Southlake schools. Brittany has spent over 8 years in the DFW area, making it a forever home. Originally a California native, she understands issues facing clients who move to Texas from out of state and works to make the process as smooth as possible. Her bachelor's degree from the University of North Texas where she majored in Emergency Management and minored in Risk Management Insurance gives her a unique perspective on today's marketplace. She understands buying and selling one's home is one of the biggest investments a person can make. She believes in the importance of properly protecting and leveraging assets in order to grow wealth. Brittany's husband, NFL Fullback Jamize Olawale, played in the league for 8 seasons and just recently retired. The NFL experience created great opportunities for Brittany to meet people with diverse backgrounds and join multiple NFL wives associations. Her network includes silicon valley executives, celebrities, professional athletes, and business owners. As a business owner herself, Brittany has invested in rental property in California and she will be opening a Children's Lighthouse Early Education school in the Fort Worth area next year. Her diverse background has helped her to think outside of the box and see things from a different perspective. Her favorite quote is “Chaos only lasts for a moment”, she believes it is inevitable that people will face difficulties in their lives but how we work through those challenges is how we will achieve success! Learn more about Brittany on her website. Connect with her on Facebook, Instagram, or LinkedIn. Find Us Online! Fireside: Juliet Hahn | Cynthia Zordich Instagram: Juliet Hahn | Cynthia Zordich | NFL Thread LinkedIn: Juliet Hahn | Cynthia Zordich FB: Juliet Hahn | NFL Thread Clubhouse: Juliet Hahn YouTube: Juliet Hahn Twitter: Juliet Hahn | Cynthia Zordich | NFL Thread
Donna Renay Patrick - When Life Doesn't Go as Planned My guest today is Author, Radio Host, Speaker, Worship Leader and Choir Director Donna Renay Patrick. She and I had a light hearted conversation about the various ways to recover when life does not turn out like we thought it would. We shared our personal understanding of God based on our individual experiences and how we interpret God's word through our understanding. We talked about keeping a journal whether it's a gratitude journal or a journal to help you sort out your thoughts and feelings. There's value in getting out the over whelming thoughts that are bouncing around in your head, onto paper. We discussed the importance of a strong identity, as well as the importance of grieving. An interesting portion of our conversation for me was when we touched on the 3 entry areas to our heart and mind: Ear gate, eye gate, & mouth gate. Theses are significant entry points into our lives and they need to be guarded. We are the gate keepers and when we're equipped to take our position we learn to cultivate peace in our lives. Not that we can keep from experiencing pain or trauma because ultimately these are opportunities to draw close to the Lord and not be self-sufficient but for the purpose of limiting the times we are confused and suffering. Donna and I shared our thoughts on what it means to let go…not to nothing or anything hoping something will happen but rather letting go and submitting yourself to God's care…it's the only place we're safe. What does it mean to praise God in the middle of our pain and suffering? Donna and I found value in taking our focus off of ourselves and putting it on the One, Jesus Christ who can bring healing and restoration. The One who is with us in the places that no one else can reach. Even our climate with its 4 seasons reflects something about the seasons in our individual lives…..Side note: So you don't get pulled out of the conversation wondering what I'm talking about….I describe the Fall leaves as God's confetti…but for some reasons I said flowers. I meant to say leaves. Join Donna and I as we explore the various things that are helpful when life does not happen like we had envisioned it would. Live Loved and Thrive! @alifeofthrive.com Get Connected with Donna Renay Patrick: https://donnarenaypatrick.com Facebook: Donna Renay Patrick, M.A. Twitter: @Donnarpatrick Instagram: donnarenaypatrick LinkedIn: Donna Renay Patrick, M.A BIO: Donna Renay Patrick is an award-winning author of two praise and worship-themed Devotionals; It's In Your Praise, and At All Times. She also co-authored three anthologies; The Perfect 7, Stories of Roaring Faith (Vol 4), and Be Refreshed. She has served in music ministry for over 35 years in the capacities of musician, choir director, and worship leader. Her passion is training and development in worship ministry, and why it is important for the 21st Century church to keep God-pleasing worship priority – not only on Sunday morning, but in our daily lives. As a regular presenter at the Bay Area Sunday School and Church Workers Convention Castro Valley, California, she facilitates workshops in various facets of Christian Education. Some of the topics she frequently teaches on are Church Growth Through The Ministry of Worship; The Call To Worship Revisited; and Improving the Working Relationship Between The Pulpit and The Music Ministry. On the invitation of the African American Lectionary, she wrote a commentary to coincide with the September 2013 Worship & Arts Sunday celebration. Donna earned a Bachelor of Science in History and Secondary Education from Bishop College in Dallas, Texas. In May of 2011 she received her Master of Arts in Christian Education from Dallas Baptist University. She received her personal trainer certification from the International Sports Sciences Association, and completed her paralegal education at the former Southeastern Paralegal Institute. She taught in the paralegal program at The University of North Texas for 4 years. Donna currently serves on the music staff of the New Mt. Gilead Baptist Church in Lancaster, Texas. She is host of The Donna Patrick Show, heard globally each Monday afternoon, where the focus is on life-transforming praise and worship beyond the music. She serves on the Executive Board of The Northeastern District Baptist Association, and is a certified instructor with the National Baptist Convention, U.S.A., Inc. TRANSCRIPT: https://www.happyscribe.com/transcriptions/85b6b1c87e2442fcb4e99131aa85347b/edit_v2
The national dialogue about critical race theory often comes down to individual school districts grappling with questions of race in education. NBC News national investigative reporter Mike Hixenbaugh joins host Krys Boyd to talk about how these conversations are playing out in the North Texas suburb of Southlake, where accusations of racism spurred change from the school board, which was met with intense resistance. The podcast he hosts is called “Southlake.”
Rainbow 6 sees their second day of the Six Major in Sweden wind down. Popular streamer ZLaner is the latest to join an esports organization in North Texas. Riot Games is launching yet another new gaming IP, this time a rhythm title. Watch The Gamer Hour - Esportz Network's new show from Times Square. (https://youtu.be/H2OBkNLYAaw) If you are interested in being a sponsor for the Esports Minute, Esports Network Podcast, College Esports QuickTake or The Gamer Hour, please reach out to Esportz Network CEO Mark Thimmig by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. If you enjoyed the podcast, please rate and subscribe, it helps us out a ton! New episodes Monday through Friday. For more in-depth news check out our feature show the Esportz Network Podcast The Esports Network Podcast (https://www.esportznetworkpodcast.com/). If you are interested in learning more about college esports, subscribe to the College Esports QuickTake. (https://esportzcollegequicktakecom.fireside.fm/) Follow Kevin on Twitter @Correa24 (https://twitter.com/Correa24) Follow Esportz Network on Twitter (https://twitter.com/EsportzNetwork), Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/esportznetwork/), and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/EsportzNetwork) @EsportzNetwork Or visit our website esportznetwork.com (https://www.esportznetwork.com/) for updates on what's to come!
North Texas isn't known for its burritos. The region has excellent tacos, but usually when I think of burritos, I think of West Texas. The Permian Basin and El Paso each have their own distinct burrito style—the former is as fat as a dachshund and packed with a daunting number of ingredients, while the latter is smaller and usually has only one filling.Happily for those of us who don't live out west, these options are starting to spread to other parts of the state. Some of the best are at Taqueria Los Angeles in Plano. Its burritos are rolled-tortilla gold.However, there was one more surprise in store, their food is delivered via an autonomous robot cart, a sort of BurritoBot 3000, if you will.
Carissa Acker swore she'd never be a realtor. Now, she's a force to be reckoned with in the industry, founding Real Estate by Design as a mainstay in the top 1% of North Texas real estate groups. She's overcome a lot in the last few years, even before COVID came to town. In this episode, we discuss the profound mindset shifts that helped her get to the other side of serious health issues, and the death of her sister, on the way to becoming an even brighter and more successful version of herself. She also talks about what drives her to keep building her empire, her family and traveling the world – with some incredible travel stories included. Please note: This episode contains frank discussion about suicide, depression, and related topics. Resources: https://www.rebdgroup.com/ (Real Estate by Design Group) https://www.instagram.com/carissa_acker/ (@carissa_acker) Connect on Instagram: Seychelle Van Poole: https://www.instagram.com/seychellevp (@seychellevp) Vija Williams: https://www.instagram.com/viavija (@viavija) Sarah Reynolds: https://www.instagram.com/sarahreynoldsoji (@sarahreynoldsoji) Wendy Papasan: https://www.instagram.com/wendypapasan (@wendypapasan) Empire Building is a production of http://crate.media (Crate Media)
Join April as she and Ross talk about fitness, diabetes, parenting, and what it's like to be a Black Man in America right now. Check out Ross's Podcast "Yeah, I said it" on Spotify and iTunes. Thank you as always to Keith Harelson at email@example.com - if you are in the North Texas area, feel free to reach out to Keith for all of your studio needs! This episode is sponsored by Better Help - if you or anyone you know would benefit from online therapy, please reach out to betterhelp.com/BGP for 10% off!
This week, Ana Trujillo Limon talks with Dr. Ajamu Loving, Assistant Professor of Finance at The University of North Texas at Dallas and host of the Loving Consulting podcast, about the impact of building generational wealth, maintaining good health, and prioritizing diversity in firms. You can find show notes and other information at CarsonGroup.com/Framework.
“Business is not a sprint, it's a marathon, so stick with it and you'll be amazed what can happen over the years.“ Charles Read After leaving the military, majority of servicemen and women find that all they have learnt and experienced is not valued and appreciated in the civilian world. This is according to our guest today, Charles Read, whose experienced while transitioning from the military to civilian life was not easy despite having the skills and expertise needed by majority of organizations. Charles believes that the service men and women have all they need and more to be successful in business, only if they believe in their abilities. Charles J Read is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), U.S Tax Court Practitioner ( USTCP), member of Internal Revenue Service Advisory Council (IRSAC), and the Founder of GetPayroll. Mr. Read's companies have provided full-service payroll services, payroll tax services, and other payroll-related services since 1991. Charles is an accomplished senior executive and entrepreneur with more than fifty years of financial leadership experience in a broad range of industries and the author of four books with the most recent one being, The Payroll Book: A Guide for Small Businesses and Startups. In todays episode, our guest will discuss his life in the military as well as how he was able to successfully start and run his business after leaving the military. He will also talk how the military helped him become who he is today. Listen in! Social Media Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/GetPayroll/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/getpayroll LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/getpayroll Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxs-_RwC9NgfUcqbwvEaMIQ I grew up in Iowa, graduated from high school at 16 and worked because I wasn't ready for college for a number of years. [3:11] We're a military family going back several 100 years and so we have always [3:24] I joined the Marine Corps at 17 and enlisted for four years and so I was 21 when I got [4:08] I started as an operator and later I was transferred to Okinawa to the third FSR support group there and was sent to IBM and became a computer programmer and systems engineer. [4:27] I got myself transferred to Vietnam and I got myself reassigned to the local infantry company that was doing interdiction and ambushes. [4:55] After six months being in the field I came back and was stationed in Kansas City Marine Corps automated service center. [5:22] When I got out, I found that businesses did not value my military experience and at that point I realized I had to go get the civilian credentials. [6:15] I went up to the local junior college and then to University of North Texas and in two and a half years, I had my MBA which got me [7:56] One thing the military teaches you is, how to accomplish things, staying focused and the discipline necessary. [8:17] One of the things I learned in management while in the Marine Corps is mission, men then self, and that you need to accomplish the mission and in business, that same mechanism works. [9:38] You complete the mission, you take care of your men, whether it be your employees or your clients, then you take care of yourself. [11:04] One of the biggest things I've seen that is destructive to businesses is ego. [11:12] You don't want to be the smartest person in the room, you want to know how to hire the smartest person in the room. [11:33] You learn to value your men because your employees are the most important thing you have. [12:03 My job as CEO was really not to do the work anymore rather my job is to make theirs easy and make them more efficient. [12:19] Commercial break. [13:22] When I was 14, I started doing security analysis because I was interested in the stock market and buying and selling stocks. [15:10] Afterwards I worked in the corporate world for 15 years and I realized I was never going to get to the top of a major corporation because I lacked the political skills. [16:03] Marines have a have a real aversion to sucking up to anybody and that did lead to problems at times, which I learned to just keep my mouth shut. [16:30] I started my own business and 30 years later, we're here but about 10 years ago, I sold off the accounting side, because I'd gotten kind of bored with it. [16:50] I finally realized one of my deficiencies here a few years ago, that I can't market my way out of a paper bag. [19:41] We're continuing to grow and bringing in clients to take care of them and enjoying the business. [20:02] I recently wrote my fourth book which Wiley published last year. It's the payroll book guide for small businesses and startups. [20:10] It's a comprehensive book and we think the only thing similar to it is the payroll source from the American Payroll Association. [21:10] For your listeners, if they'd like a copy of this, they will go to the payrollbook.com on the web, and enter the discount code for the podcast and we will ship them a free book. [21:24] There are a lot of things I don't do that I outsource and payroll is one of those things you can outsource as a small business and an entrepreneur very inexpensively and get really good care. [23:15] A person will overestimate what they can accomplish in a year and underestimate what they can accomplish in a decade. 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Sujay Lama, the head women's coach at North Texas, has a fascinating background having lived in three continents and is fluent in four languages. He grew up in Nepal and earned a tennis scholarship to Luther College in 1988. Since then, he has coached some of the top WTA tour players at Grand Slam events, won National Championships as an assistant coach at Florida, and now has 23 years head coaching experience at the University of Illinois and North Texas. In this podcast we discuss what he learned from several mentors within the tennis industry, his thoughts on international recruiting, advice for younger coaches and many other interesting topics.
The Charge It To The Game crew had the great opportunity to chop it up with Rice University cornerback coach Gerard Wilcher!!! Coach Wilcher took the time out from his busy schedule to come on and talk with the guys about his college football coaching career, HBCU's, black coaches getting head coaching opportunities, NIL, Rice's season thus far and much more. Coach Wilcher and the Rice coaching staff are fresh off a big win over powerhouse UAB as they beat them 30-24. Rice takes on North Texas this Saturday 10-30 and the crew wishes him the team the best of luck!HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETES!! IF YOU HAVE ASPIRATIONS OF PLAYING COLLEGE BALL AND BEING RECRUITED BY COACH WILCHER AND HIS STAFF, PLEASE SEND IN FILM TO HIS EMAIL AT; firstname.lastname@example.org!Check out more podcasts here: http://chargeittothegame.buzzsprout.com/Connect with us and share your thoughts in our FB group:https://www.facebook.com/groups/41297...For business inquiries, contact us at: ChargeItToTheGameSports@gmail.comFollow Rome on Instagram:romejj11Follow Big Z on Instagram:Zelalem _GirmaFollow Jay on Instagram:ohjaydontplay
“Literally during the last week of production, we kept having this conversation. We are part of a cultural moment and we know we are, which is a very out of body experience… Any iconic black show, did they know? Because a lot of those when you look back at their history they were one the bubble, and I always think about Girlfriends and Living Single––did they know that people would still be talking about them?”Amy Aniobi is a writer, director and Executive Producer on HBO's Emmy-nominated comedy, “Insecure,” starring Issa Rae. “Insecure” will premiere its fifth and final season on October 24th with Aniobi behind the camera as director of the seventh episode (#507) to be broadcast on December 5th. She also served as showrunner/head writer/EP for season one of the HBO stand-up special “2 Dope Queens.” Under her new production shingle “SuperSpecial” and overall deal with HBO, Aniobi already is in development on several projects, as well as two features set up at Universal. Amy recently directed the award-winning short film, "Honeymoon," which explores a modern-day Nigerian couple's arranged marriage. She also co-created, co-directed and starred in the web series, “Lisa and Amy Are Black,” created the web series, “The Slutty Years” and wrote for both seasons of “Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl.” Amy is Nigerian, hails from North Texas, graduated from Stanford University and UCLA, and has lived both in the US (New York, the Bay Area) and abroad (France, Morocco).· amyaniobi.com · www.creativeprocess.info(Photo Credit: Merie W. Wallace/HBO)
Amy Aniobi is a writer, director and Executive Producer on HBO's Emmy-nominated comedy, “Insecure,” starring Issa Rae. “Insecure” will premiere its fifth and final season on October 24th with Aniobi behind the camera as director of the seventh episode (#507) to be broadcast on December 5th. She also served as showrunner/head writer/EP for season one of the HBO stand-up special “2 Dope Queens.” Under her new production shingle “SuperSpecial” and overall deal with HBO, Aniobi already is in development on several projects, as well as two features set up at Universal. Amy recently directed the award-winning short film, "Honeymoon," which explores a modern-day Nigerian couple's arranged marriage. She also co-created, co-directed and starred in the web series, “Lisa and Amy Are Black,” created the web series, “The Slutty Years” and wrote for both seasons of “Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl.” Amy is Nigerian, hails from North Texas, graduated from Stanford University and UCLA, and has lived both in the US (New York, the Bay Area) and abroad (France, Morocco).· amyaniobi.com· www.creativeprocess.info
This week on 3rd Degree the Podcast, your hosts - Buzz, Peter, and Dan - tear down the action from the season's penultimate game and prep you for the final. We're talking Tafari, Obrian, Cerrillo, Servania, Ferreira, and Jara's game-winner. We got Pepi and Jesus call-up discussion, another post-game FC Dallas spat, Peter's rant about salary to minutes ratios combined with Buzz telling you why it's even worse than that, and a North Texas playoff primer. That's a lot of DTID content. Plus we react live to the Tab Ramos firing in Houston. 3rd Degree the Podcast is brought to you by Soccer90.com. 25% Off Sitewide for All 3rd Degree Podcast listeners with Promo Code 3RDDEGREE on Soccer90.com.Music by Pappy Check.
Stand Up is a daily podcast. I book,host,edit, post and promote new episodes with brilliant guests every day. Please subscribe now for as little as 5$ and gain access to a community of over 800 awesome, curious, kind, funny, brilliant, generous souls Check out StandUpwithPete.com to learn more 26 minutes in I start with S.E. Cupp is the HLN host of "SE Cupp Unfiltered," a primetime program covering contemporary issues, and a CNN political commentator. She is a practical conservative with a fierce independent streak who brings her distinct outlook to each network's programming and special political coverage. Cupp joined HLN in April 2017 and hosts a 5 p.m. panel show live out of New York with radio personalities, political pundits, comedians and journalists on the most topical stories impacting the country. Leveraging her experiences as a frequent contributor on CNN, MSNBC, Fox News Channel and C-SPAN and programs like Real Time with Bill Maher and The View, Cupp delivers her passionate voice and fresh perspective on everything from politics, media, sports to popular culture. Leading up to her move to HLN, Cupp was the host of "S.E. Cupp's Outside With Insiders," a digital series on CNN.com in which she took political insiders to the great outdoors. From 2013 to 2014 Cupp co-hosted "Crossfire" on CNN, the relaunched political debate program with panelists Newt Gingrich, Stephanie Cutter and Van Jones. Prior to joining CNN as a host and political commentator, Cupp co-hosted MSNBC's roundtable show, "The Cycle." Cupp continues to be a nationally syndicated political columnist, culture critic and author. She regularly writes for the New York Daily News, Glamour and CNN.com. Cupp penned "Losing Our Religion: The Liberal Media's Attack on Christianity" and co-authored "Why You're Wrong About the Right" with Brett Joshpe. She was previously a consultant for HBO's hit series, "The Newsroom," contributor to TheBlaze's "Real News" and contributing editor for Townhall Magazine. A native of Massachusetts, Cupp relocated from Washington, D.C. to Connecticut and works out of the CNN New York bureau. She is a graduate of Cornell University and earned a master's degree from New York University. In her free time, Cupp enjoys hunting, fishing and camping with her family. She is married with one son. Read all of S.E.'s columns on NYDailyNews. 56 minutes Watt Lesley Black, Jr. is a Clinical Professor in Education Policy and Law. He teaches classes in the Accelerated School Leadership Program, the Urban School Leadership Program, and the K-12 and Higher Education Ed.D. programs. He accepted a full- time appointment to the SMU faculty in 2012 after a more than 20-year career as a teacher and administrator in public schools. Dr. Black specializes in legal and policy issues in K-12 and Higher Education. He has researched and written about the First Amendment expression rights of both students and teachers, Fourteenth Amendment Equal Protection analysis, affirmative action and diversity in the public schools. He has also published work in the area of principal development and school reform. Dr. Black has presented for the Education Law Association, the American Association of School Personnel Administrators, University Council for Educational Administration, and the Texas Middle School Association. He is a certified provider of school board member training in the State of Texas. He has served on SMU's university-wide Education Programs Council, the Simmons Academic Affairs Committee, the Simmons Committee on Assessment and Accreditation and the Simmons Diversity Committee. Dr. Black earned his Ph.D. in Educational Leadership from the University of North Texas in 2002. He teaches courses in the Accelerated School Leadership program, the Urban School Leadership Program and in the Ed.D. programs for both K-12 and Higher Education. He is the married father of two children and an avid runner and guitar enthusiast. Check out all things Jon Carroll Follow and Support Pete Coe Pete on YouTube Pete on Twitter Pete On Instagram Pete Personal FB page Stand Up with Pete FB page
The Arkansas Razorbacks defeated North Texas 68-60 last weekend in their final tuneup before the regular season. On this episode of the Basketball Podcast of Mid-America, Matt Jones, Scottie Bordelon and Dudley Dawson share their insights from the non-televised game and look ahead to the Razorbacks' season opener against Mercer. Dudley also talks about watching 5-star commit Jordan Walsh this week at a small-town gym in Arkansas. Subscribe by searching "Whole Hog Radio" on Apple or Spotify.
Another week, another massive step forward for the #16 UTSA Roadrunners. Jeff Traylor is now the highest-paid coach in the Group of 5, and there's no questioning UTSA's commitment to winning big and winning often. The Roadrunners must now convert this huge momentum into a win over a surprisingly-strong UTEP Miners team in a primetime battle for the C-USA West title on ESPN2. Women's soccer also secures their biggest win in program history, and the basketball teams prepare to tip off their seasons. Edit: In the podcast we mentioned that Traylor's buyout doesn't kick in until January 1st. Thanks to @MaxScouts for pointing out that the wording in the contract shows that the buyout increase kicks in immediately. Sorry TCU! 0:00 - Inside UTSA's journey to secure a long-term commitment from Jeff Traylor 10:38 - Texas Tech's coaching search was a sloppy, leaky mess from the start, a stark contrast with UTSA's tight-lipped contract extension efforts 22:11 - The video of Dr. Campos informing the football team that Jeff Traylor was staying at UTSA reminded us of the power that coaches have to impact the lives of young men and women 27:40 - Breaking down the numbers and funding that made it possible for UTSA to suddenly become one of the biggest spenders in G5 football 48:42 - It's okay to have some apprehension about signing any football coach to a ten year deal. But UTSA structured this contract in a way that does give them some insurance 54:27 - We're not a fan of the "Battle for the Border" rivalry name, but we're both really excited for this week's primo matchup between dos primos as UTSA travels to El Paso for a late night game against UTEP 1:16:32 - Women's soccer defeats North Texas in a shocking fashion as they advance to the next round of the C-USA Championship tournament 1:21:52 - To wrap things up, men's and women's basketball get ready to start their seasons with a double header in the Convo next week. Be sure to check out our previous episode for a full preview, then head out to the Convo next week to show your support
The Razorback basketball team won its final exhibition game against North Texas. How is this team shaping up heading into the regular season? Q & Z discuss. Plus, the guys recap the weekend in college football, and there's a new leader in our Pick 'Em Contest. Meanwhile, the Razorbacks are now 3-for-3 on SEC championships this school year. ----------- Want more? Subscribe to Hogs Plus to view video versions of every single episode. Also, follow The Razorback Daily on social media for behind-the-scenes content. Twitter: @RazorbackDaily Instagram: @RazorbackDaily Facebook: facebook.com/RazorbackDaily
Was the Governor on the right track with the COVID-19 plan until a change of course? A case study in the politics of the pandemic. Other stories we are tracking: an ambitious effort to reduce poverty in North Texas. And questions over how to gauge success, or quite the opposite. Also the Houston Chronicle’s Chris […]
Two more games without a win, it's not going well for FC Dallas. But your hosts - Peter Welpton, Dan Crooke, and Buzz Carrick - are here to talk about it anyway. Jesus is on fire and Servania & Cerrillo are excelling, but Pepi isn't starting, the defense continues to break down late, and FCD is winless since Luchi got fired. Plus we talk about the lack of FCD U17 call ups, Jesus Ferreira's future at FCD, and North Texas' playoff shot with one game left. 3rd Degree the Podcast is brought to you by Soccer90.com. 25% Off Sitewide for All 3rd Degree Podcast listeners with Promo Code 3RDDEGREE on Soccer90.com.Music by Pappy Check.
On today's show: Grizzlies/Cavs, people we met, fans back, Ja's explosion, 1Q minutes for Ziaire, Melton and Bane, Evan Mobley's first game, JJJ and everything else from opening night (3:00). AAC expansion with UTSA, Rice, FAU, Charlotte and North Texas (50:20) and we'll play Fill In The Blank (1:09:45) Watch LIVE at noon, weekdays on YouTube and the Grizzlies App: bit.ly/MemGrizzApp Watch today's full show at: youtube.com/grindcitymedia