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The second Sunday in May is Mother’s Day. Greeting cards, flowers, and jewelry are very popular gifts for the mom in your life. What if you want to do something else different for her? What about the gift of music by way of a playlist she will love listening to any time of the year. These are 10 songs by very popular artist from various genres and eras. Some of the names you’ll recognize while others you may not. However, these songs touch upon the simple message of love and devotion. They are each inspirational and a joy to listen to. Without further ado let’s find out what are these top ten songs and the artists who’ve made them come alive.

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This is an inspirational song in the truest sense of the word just from the title alone. It’s the perfect opener for this Mother’s Day playlist. You Raise Me Up went to #1 on the Adult Contemporary chart for six weeks. Originally this is a popular song in the inspirational background music genre that’s been covered before and since Josh Groban recorded and released it in 2003. However, Groban’s highly popular cover version has been showcased during the Super Bowl, American Idol, and the Ellen DeGeneres Show.

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1] Are you interested in helping and caring for people? Massage therapy is a very hands-on job, which naturally means that you will be in close contact with individuals all day. Some people will want to merely talk, some individuals will want to tell you all their worries, others may want to flirt. Are you a chatty, self-confident person or do most individuals annoy you?

A good objective is four to eight audio segments in your demo. Select spots that resonate with you and speak to your ‘inner voice’. Keep them within a believable age range. Child, Young Adult, Middle Age and Senior are typical categories. Show that you are flexible and capable of changing direction with your readings, as well as being varied and fresh-sounding. Don’t select, say, three automobile spots just because you really dig cars. Material choices can make or break your chances of sounding professional. It’s also wise to include one Public Service Announcement (PSA) in your demo. Be sure to include at least one spot using only your voice.

The point of that story is to demonstrate the power of attitude. If you act like you’ve got a reason for being here, people will take the bait. Before waltzing into a room, stop at the door and check out the scene. Don’t act scared or nervous, just go with the flow.