Choose The Moment
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Choosing this Moment As we approach the end of 2020, (what a year!), I reflect on so many moments. Happy, sad frustrated, comforting, testing moments.  What is the significance of these moments? Have you heard of the idea of living … Read More

Is Being Authentic Good
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Being authentic is good, isn’t it? In my line of work people are striving to be authentic and celebrate authenticity. A few months back, I had a conversation with a teenage boy who was giving his parents a really difficult … Read More

Light and Positivity
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Tonight we’re celebrating the first night of Hanukkah, known as the Holiday of Lights. In its core, Hanukkah is a holiday about religious freedom. Today I want to bring up a different aspect. I remember one song that was my … Read More

Let Go and Allow In
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I was asked to be a speaker on Tuesday in my Toastmaster’s club. The topic—Thanksgiving, of course. I was contemplating what I would say that will have a different take, a fresh look, especially during these times where so many … Read More

Time To Breathe
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Let’s breathe. And let’s breathe again. I feel my chest rising and falling, and I allow myself to deeply breathe. I let the ruach or “air,” of my breathing engulf my body, my inner organs, and I feel the air anchoring me … Read More

The Three R’s You Will Not Regret
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Can Noah, the biblical figure, be on your team?? Would you like it? Do you remember the story of Noah and the flood? God instructed him to build an ark because he was planning to destroy the world, which is … Read More

The One Thing That Can Save Your Team
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I know I am smart. I bet most of you think (and justly so) that you are also smart. Am I right? If you are reading this, I agree with you- YOU. ARE. SMART (Isn’t this statement a wonderful way … Read More

The Power You Bring With You
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Some days are just like that. You wake up in the morning and you think “it’s another day,” and then it turns out to be not like “another day.” Not for me, anyway. That specific day becomes an actually aggravating … Read More