It’s a bit morbid, but write your own eulogy now. No, you’re not dying, I hope, but the problem with being mortal, if that’s what you are, is that it can happen any time. Write down everything that your kids would say about you at your funeral. What would your wife or co-workers say? Those […]
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What are your superpowers?
I’m struggling with balancing family, work, synagogue. I’m working hard to train new employees so that I can achieve that balance of life. I’m happy and I remember to Make Every Day a Friday, but I struggle with the challenge of finding a silver lining everywhere. I often feel an urgent need to change and […]
If you live in a jungle…
“If you live in a jungle, you’d better act like an animal.” My father never lived in a jungle. Nor did he ever live in a truly rough neighborhood. But he understood how important it was to fit into your surroundings. Adapting allows you to survive and thrive socially and economically. The Wall Street Journal […]