Monthly Archives: November 2012

Finding Your Own Path

To the many blog readers's who over the years have asked me about my unusual background ,  My memoir titled " The Rebel and the Rabbi's Son" has just been released. Below is the synopsis: The closed world of ultra-Orthodox Jews in America is a subject of much curiosity and intrigue as they coexist, just...
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Too Busy To Meditate ? Read this

Credit to Peter Bregman  |  (HBR)
This morning, like every morning, I sat cross-legged on a cushion on the floor, rested my hands on my knees, closed my eyes, and did nothing but breathe for 20 minutes. People say the hardest part about meditating is finding the time to meditate. This makes sense: who...
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The Rebel And The Rabbi’s Son

To the many blog readers's who over the years have asked me about my background ,  My memoir titled " The Rebel and the Rabbi's Son" has just been released. Below is the synopsis: The closed world of ultra-Orthodox Jews in America is a subject of much curiosity and intrigue as they coexist, just...
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Business Intelligence And Why You Need It

credit aaron kesteloot            
If you want your business to be as successful as possible, it is of critical importance you implement an effective and all-encompassing business intelligence (BI) strategy. Don’t, and you may never truly reach the lofty heights your business deserves to achieve. Many of you are probably...
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Yes, Compliments Can Improve Performance

Credit to Janice Wood Want someone to perform better in the workplace or classroom? Compliment them. That’s the takeaway from new research from a team of Japanese scientists who say that an area of the brain, sickness the striatum, is activated when a person is rewarded, whether the reward is cash or a compliment. The...
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Brokering In A Broken Landscape

Credit To  Susan Piperato, recipe NREI Commercial real estate brokerage is a multi-skilled profession involving both fast-paced transactions and tending to buildings and their owners. At least that was the case until Hurricane Sandy struck Lower Manhattan and the New Jersey coastline on Monday, cure October 29. Since then, Read more

Creating Buzz Is A Game Changer

LAX Rooftop Ads Creating A New Market

“Make it Simple, story Make It Memorable, Make It Inviting to Look at, Make it Fun to Read”    Leo Burnett
Guerrilla marketing is all about finding creative ways to stand out from competitive clutter. Sometimes this means putting a twist on an old method, but increasingly, it...
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