Peaceful & inspiring place to listen and select the best demos & promos 🎵for tomorrow at @openingsummerfestival 🎉! Happy weekend ❤️! (Please send to me your music: For demos: firstname.lastname@example.org / For promos: email@example.com) 🙏
The only reason I work a 9-5 ‼️🙏🏽 I heard patience is 🔑 so is consistency & thts what I been ................................................................................................................Link in Bio 🤘🏽😈
*DONT BE AFRAID TO STAND ALONE*⠀
Be willing to walk alone, many who started with you won’t finish with you.⠀
People think being alone is lonely, but I definitely don’t think that is true. Being surrounded by the wrong people is the loneliest thing in the world.⠀
If your goals set apart from the crowd. STAY ALONE.
From Team WCPSS: Congratulations to our very own Wake County Public School System Senior Administrator for K-12 Arts Education Freddie Lee Heath for being recognized with a 2018 Raleigh Medal of Arts!!! 🏆🏅🏆 Heath has worked as a dancer, performer, teacher and choreographer for nearly 40 years. He has worked for WCPSS since 1992, teaching dance at all grade levels. He spent much of his teaching career at Ligon Magnet Middle School. He has served in the Senior Administrator for K-12 Arts Education role since 2016 and he stands firmly for providing “arts for all” combined with rigor and relevance as he guides the work of nearly 550 arts educators.
Heath was one of the first dance educators in the country to achieve National Board Certification; now, he mentors others through this process. He also has received numerous awards based on his teaching including “Dance Teacher” Magazine’s 2007 K-12 National Teacher of the Year and National Dance Association’s 2010 National K-12 Teacher of the Year. He has shared his passion and love for dance at over 35 state conferences and beyond including the National Museum of Dance and the National Dance Company of Armenia.
Heath has has choreographed and performed for Raleigh Little Theatre, Theatre In The Park, Justice Theatre Project, Emily K Center, Cape Fear Regional Theater, Benson Little Theater. Still a practicing artist, his current choreography projects include: Triangle Rising Stars for Durham Performing Arts Center, the Miss North Carolina Scholarship Competition, Wilson County School’s In Harmony and Theatre in the Park’s A Christmas Carol as well the WCPSS Pieces of Gold event.
The Raleigh Medal of Arts is awarded for extraordinary achievement in the practice or support of local arts. Based on the National Medal of Arts program, the Raleigh award was inaugurated in 1984 by the Raleigh Arts Commission so that excellence in the arts could be given special recognition. Over the past 34 years, 152 medals have been awarded.
Congrats Freddie Lee!! We are SO proud of you and grateful for all you have done and continue to do for our arts teachers and students!
You become what you envision yourself being. If you believe you aren’t worthy of the right job or business, you won’t get it. If you believe you don’t deserve more money, you’ll stay broke. If you believe you don’t deserve a great relationship, you’ll attract someone who treats you bad. If you believe you don’t deserve to be In Shape, you’ll be unhealthy.
Life is made up of the beliefs you make about yourself and the actions you take that back up your belief.
You can choose at any moment to think and act a different way. A way you envision yourself being. And when you do this consistently and long enough, you just may surprise yourself of the person you e become!! Comment below if this resonates with you