257: How To Develop A Strong Singing Foundation
22 min

Did you know that a strong singing foundation can not only set you up for success, but eliminate a lot of problems like pitch, inconsistent singing and vocal strain?

I want to make it simple and straightforward for you to develop a strong singing foundation that will help to eliminate all of these issues AND help you to feel more confident and in control of your voice.

This episode is perfect for you if you:

  • Want to get more serious about your singing Tand are committed to learning about getting strong grasp on the basics to build on.

 

  • Want to get back what you feel like you have lost vocally.

 

  • Have had some voice lessons and tried some different programs, but nothing seems to really work for you or help you make big changes in your singing and vocal control and you are ready for a change.

 

Want to get started on the vocal exercises that are going to give you a strong singing foundation? Send me a DM on Instagram @TiffanyVanBoxtel and just say "Green Room." I'll ask you a few questions to see if it's a good fit and then send you the link to start you out on your strong singing foundation training plan!

 

 

SuperCharged Life with Dr. Judy
SuperCharged Life with Dr. Judy
Stage 29 Podcast Productions
Finding and Embracing Your True Self with Grammy Award-winning artist Lecrae
On this episode of Supercharged Life, Dr. Judy has a candid and heartfelt conversation with LeCrae, two-time grammy award winning hip hop artist, activist and author of I Am Restored- How I Lost My Religion but Found My Faith. Despite his tremendous success, LeCrae feared revealing his true self to everyone in the world, including his own family. LeCrae discusses the struggles with addiction, depression, and anxiety as he fought for acceptance from the world after enduring physical, emotional, and sexual abuse before the age of 10, and how he ultimately found it in unexpected ways through stepping away from nonstop work and productivity, the major things that always brought him affirmation and self-worth. In an unprecedented step, Lecrae took a sabbatical from his music career and took the time to go to therapy despite the shame and stigma around seeking professional help. He details important lessons about effective healing practices and how he mended his relationships with his family to find real, unconditional love. If you need inspiration for self-compassion, starting anew after trauma and pain, or simply need a refresh on your mental health and wellness practices, this is an episode you don’t want to miss. Dr. Judy gives you five practical tools to discover your true self and move through life with conviction and authenticity. Pick up a copy of Lecrae’s fantastic new book I am Restored at https://lecrae.com/restored. If you have a problem or issue that relates to today’s topics, download and subscribe today and Supercharge your life now! And if you have questions you need answered, follow and DM Dr. Judy on Instagram @drjudyho and she will get to as many questions as possible on her next episode of Ask Dr. Judy! On this episode, we discuss: 1. Masking to fit in (4:00) 2. When LeCrae came face-to-face with his past (5:30) 3. How to find acceptance (10:20) 4. Overcoming stigma for mental health care (16:15) 5. Defined by success? The importance of a sabbatical (18:00) 6. The importance of restorative days (22:00) 7. Why shame is a big liar (24:00) 8. Unconditional love and self love (25:00) 9. Intergenerational trauma – how can we solve the problem? (28:35) 10. LeCrae’s community projects in Atlanta and the gift of mentorship (33:00) 11. SuperCharged Secret of the Day: Discovering and Honoring Your True Self (35:45) To submit questions for Dr. Judy to answer anonymously, go to this link: https://www.menti.com/e7uhobi3sf https://www.drjudyho.com/ https://www.instagram.com/drjudyho/ https://twitter.com/drjudyho        https://www.facebook.com/doctorjudyho   https://www.instagram.com/stage29podcasts https://twitter.com/stage29podcasts https://www.facebook.com/Stage29Podcasts/ https://lecrae.com https://www.instagram.com/lecrae/ https://www.facebook.com/Lecrae/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
48 min
GirlTrek's Black History Bootcamp
GirlTrek's Black History Bootcamp
Morgan Dixon + Vanessa Garrison
Prayer Edition | Day 21 | GirlTrek Nation
“Again, I tell you truly that if two of you on the earth agree about anything you ask for, it will be done for you by My Father in heaven. For where two or three gather together in My name, there am I with them.” -- Matthew 18:19-20 Dear Family, You walked with us, you prayed with us, you learned with us and last night (we could not make this up y’all. #divinetiming #Godswork) you helped our Black History Bootcamp walking podcast reach one million downloads!!!! Now, this is what you call spiritual warriorship! You made this happen! Your prayers. Your walking. And, today, on the last day of this 21-day spiritual journey, we celebrate YOU as our Spiritual Warriors! With each person you invited to join you on this journey, for every tweet that you sent, IG tag, or FB post that you made – you helped us inspire more people to start walking towards their healing. Imagine the power of that. This is God’s work and you are His servants. Thank you. Today’s walk is a celebration. The story will be your story. A story of victory and triumph against all odds. Lace-up your sneakers and join us live TODAY at 12 PM, ET. “The Bible says, 'For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them.' There is power in our ranks. We believe in that same God that spoke to Sojourner, protected Ida, and animated Angela - lives in us. We believe that there is something divinely beautiful and powerful in every Black woman. We believe in holding up the light – celebrating sisters, amplifying what’s working and lifting up champions.” – Excerpt GirlTrek Manifesto, 2014 Join GirlTrek’s Black History Bootcamp - The Prayer Edition at blackhistorybootcamp.com to receive specially curated emails with prayers, survival tips, speeches + dedicated songs to listen to for each episode. Together we will discover the stories of 21 spiritual warriors. Disclaimer: We do not own the rights to the music or speech excerpt played during this broadcast. Original content can be found here: Keep Ya Head Up - 2Pac: https://open.spotify.com/track/4Tttv4p2xuAq1LpQ7LI95E?si=Ocl2PzJrSY2neqtwWXXcQQ Catch the Fire and LIVE. [Poem by Sonia Sanchez Read by GirlTrek Volunteers]: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PvipO-4k4e0&feature=youtu.be
54 min
Working Scientist
Working Scientist
Nature Careers
Planning a postdoc before moving to industry? Think again
Experience as a postdoctoral researcher might not fast-track your career outside academia, Julie Gould discovers. Nessa Carey, a UK entrepreneur and technology-transfer professional whose career has straddled academia and industry, including a senior role at Pfizer, shares insider knowledge on how industry employers often view postdoctoral candidates. She also offers advice on CVs and preparing for interviews. “It is very tempting sometimes for people to keep on postdoc-ing, especially if they have a lab head who has a lot of rolling budget and who likes having the same postdocs there, because they're productive and they know them,” she says. “That’s great for the lab head. It’s typically very, very bad for the individual postdoc,” she adds. Carey is joined by Shulamit Kahn, an economist at Boston University in Massachusetts, who co-authored a 2017 paper about the impact of postdoctoral training on early careers in biomedicine1. According to the paper, published in Nature Biotechnology, employers did not financially value the training or skills obtained during postdoc training. “Based on these findings, the majority of PhDs would be financially better off if they skipped the postdoc entirely,” it concludes. Malcolm Skingle, academic liaison at GlaxoSmithKline, adds: “You really will get people who have done their PhD, they’ve done a two-year postdoc, they think they’re pretty much going to run the world and single-handedly develop a drug. “They have got no idea how difficult drug discovery is, and their place in that very big jigsaw.” “And why don’t postdocs get great salaries straightaway? Well, actually, they haven’t proven themselves in our environment, where, if they’re any good, then their salaries will go up quite quickly.”   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
22 min
Learn Jazz Standards Podcast
Learn Jazz Standards Podcast
Brent Vaartstra: Jazz Musician, Author, and Entrepreneur
LJS 246: 5 Important Lessons I Learned From My Jazz Teachers
Welcome to episode 246 where today I discuss 5 lessons I learned from my jazz teachers that had a profound effect on my musicianship and mindset. Whether it's by example or by the actual words said, I've been lucky to study with some world-class teachers who taught me a lot. Here's some of the best stuff that I'll share with you. Listen to episode 246 I've had the great fortune of studying with some world-class musicians and jazz musicians over the years.  And I've learned so many lessons from these teachers that have not only impacted my jazz playing and the way I think about music but the way I actually think about life. Here in the US this week, we have a little holiday called Thanksgiving. Now, of course, this holiday is much more about just eating food and getting together with family and friends, but the basis of the holiday is to remind yourself what you are grateful for and thankful for.  I am thankful for some of these amazing lessons from these teachers that I'm about to share with you and I hope will have a positive impact on you as well.  In this episode: 1. A lesson about playing with passion from Justin Nielsen 2. A lesson about playing from where you are at from Bruce Forman 3. A lesson about the never-ending pursuit of learning from John Pattitucci 4. A lesson about utilzing jazz standards from Peter Bernstein 5. A lesson about your emotions from Vic Juris Important Links 1. LJS Inner Circle Membership
22 min
Checking In
Checking In
SELF & Condé Nast
Finding the One (Therapist Who Gets You)
In this episode we hear from Ecaroh, a young Black woman who needs help finding a therapist who understands what she's going through. Carolyn consults with SELF’s Executive Editor Zahra Barnes, who has reported extensively on mental health in general, as well as mental health for Black people in particular. Zahra then speaks with psychologist Jennifer Mullan (@DecolonizingTherapy on Instagram) about the beauty of finding a therapist who understands your lived experience, what it means to decolonize therapy, as well as resources for those having trouble finding a therapist who can best serve their needs. For more information on Dr. Mullan, check out her website https://www.drjennifermullan.com/who-am-i and instagram @decolonizingtherapy    Here are some apps for self-care to try at home, made for and by Black people: Liberate is a subscription-based meditation app that includes practices and talks designed for the Black community. According to their website, they have curated content from 40+ BIPOC teachers with a diverse background in lineage, perspective and approach, so that everyone can find a practice in their voice. For self care tips, and great articles like, “How to talk to Black family members who may not want to understand mental illness” check out the app The Safe Place. You can also try the Shine app, Started by a Black woman and half-Japanese woman, Shine makes caring for your mental and emotional health a habit. You can learn self-care strategies and access an audio library of 800+ original meditations, bedtime stories, and calming sounds to help you shift your mindset or mood.   And for directories, community building, and words of encouragement, Zahra’s article: 44 Mental Health Resources for Black People Trying to Survive in This Country. If you’re thinking about teletherapy, here are some helpful tips from Zahra’s reporting: Try to create an environment at home that helps you focus on your session. When you go to therapy in person, your session is held in a therapeutic environment—this means no distractions, no loud noises in the background, no talking to other people.  Don’t let your virtual therapy sessions sneak up on you! Make the most of your session and carve out some time beforehand to think about what you’d like to talk about.  For more tips on how to make teletherapy work for you, check out SELF’s How to Actually Have a Successful Teletherapy Appointment.
34 min
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