Career/Business

When you don’t feel like you’re good enough (Yiddish Video)


You know those times when you start feeling like you’re not good enough? Or you start feeling down because you’re not where you want to be?

We all feel this way sometimes and it usually happens when we start comparing ourselves to others.

Comparing ourselves to others is something we all naturally do.

Telling yourself to just stop comparing yourself to others probably won’t take you very far.

Instead, try comparing in a different way; in a way that serves you rather than discourages you.

In this short video, I share what I do when I start feeling like I’m not good enough and I’d love to hear any tips or insights you may have!

P.S. When I refer to people more experienced than you, I’m referring to people that are more experienced than you AND or role models to you in business. Meaning they’ve grown and continued to up their game over the years. (We all know that years of experience alone does not necessarily make someone better than you)

(Some things just get lost in translation… We’re sticking to Yiddish videos for now, but with English subtitles so that everyone can enjoy them. However, if you do know Yiddish, then make sure to watch with the sound on… it’s that much more geshmak!)

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Keeping routine during a big project (Yiddish video)


When you are working on a big project it can be tough to keep the regular business routine going.

How do you handle these situations?

As you know, I’m working on creating my first product.

In the video, I share how I’m doing my best to keep things going.

But, I’d love to hear what YOU do, or any tips and suggestions you may have!

(Some things just get lost in translation… We’re sticking to Yiddish videos for now, but with English subtitles so that everyone can enjoy them. However, if you do know Yiddish, then make sure to watch with the sound on… it’s that much more geshmak!)

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How do YOU handle negative comments? (Yiddish video)


How do YOU handle negative comments?

I know there’s been lots of talk about this already.

But you see, I seem to have an interesting reaction when faced with negative comments (that drives my partner crazy…).

I honestly don’t know why I react the way I do, and I would love to hear from you two things:

1 – How YOU handle negative comments

2 – Why do YOU think I react the way I do?

Looking forward to hearing your opinion!

(Some things just get lost in translation… We’re sticking to Yiddish videos for now, but with English subtitles so that everyone can enjoy them. However, if you do know Yiddish, then make sure to watch with the sound on… it’s that much more geshmak!)

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Being Personal IS Professional (Yiddish Video)


I had a discussion recently with someone about being “professional” in business.

He wanted to take certain steps in business but was concerned that it might not come across as being professional. He was afraid that it may turn off potential clients.

In this short video, I share what we spoke about and my personal opinion on this issue.

Once you’ve had a chance to watch, I would be curious to know;

What’s your opinion on being professional in today’s marketplace?

(Some things just get lost in translation… We’re sticking to Yiddish videos for now, but with English subtitles so that everyone can enjoy them. However, if you do know Yiddish, then make sure to watch with the sound on… it’s that much more geshmak!)

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Stop Trying! (Yiddish Video)


Stop TRYING!!!

Yes, you heard me right. It’s time to stop trying.

I know that you’ve been told to always “try your best” or to “at least try to do it”.

We’re constantly TRYING this or TRYING that, TRYING so hard or TRYING so many times.

But, let me ask you this; has TRYING ever really worked for you?

In this short video, I talk about why to stop trying- and what to do instead. Check it out!

(Some things just get lost in translation… We’re sticking to Yiddish videos for now, but with English subtitles so that everyone can enjoy them. However, if you do know Yiddish, then make sure to watch with the sound on… it’s that much more geshmak!)

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ON your business or IN your business? (Yiddish Video)


Where are you spending most of your time?

Working ON your business or IN your business?

Whether you’re a solo business owner or the leader of a large company; how are you REALLY spending your time?

In this short video, I share some insight from a successful CEO who discussed the early stages of his now successful company.

Check it out!

(Some things just get lost in translation… We’re sticking to Yiddish videos for now, but with English subtitles so that everyone can enjoy them. However, if you do know Yiddish, then make sure to watch with the sound on… it’s that much more geshmak!)

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Three Levels of Relationship With Clients (Yiddish Video)


What level do you play at?

There are three levels of relationship with clients.

Really any type relationship, but we’ll talk about how these three levels apply to your relationship with your clients.

Because here’s the fact; depending on which level you play – you can expect very different results.

(Be aware that we can often switch between levels and play at different levels at different times.)

I’ll just ask one thing; Please, be honest with yourself and know which level you’re really playing at.

Only then can you take the necessary steps to change things, if needed of course.

Check it out!

(Some things just get lost in translation… We’re sticking to Yiddish videos for now, but with English subtitles so that everyone can enjoy them. However, if you do know Yiddish, then make sure to watch with the sound on… it’s that much more geshmak!)

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Handle Difficult Clients Like an Owner (Yiddish video)


Difficult clients.

They’re everywhere. They come in all forms, shapes, and sizes.

And no matter what you do; whether you’re a cashier, an account manager or top executive, you’re bound to have to deal with them.

What’s interesting is that you’ll often find that it is the business owner who will know how to handle the situation best.

Why?

And how can YOU learn how to handle difficult clients like an owner?

Check out this short video to find out!

(Some things just get lost in translation… We’re sticking to Yiddish videos for now, but with English subtitles so that everyone can enjoy them. However, if you do know Yiddish, then make sure to watch with the sound on… it’s that much more geshmak!)

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Be Your BEST – Even When You Don’t Feel Like It (Yiddish video)


You know when you’re all pumped up and ready to roll and then something happens that completely knocks you out?

My question to you is;

What do YOU do?

What do you do when you get knocked out and you absolutely need to be at your best?

When you simply can’t afford to stay down?

In this short video, I share what happened to me last week and what I did.

I would just really love to know –

What do YOU do in such situations? How do YOU handle it? What tricks, strategies or techniques do you use?

Share below!

(Some things just get lost in translation… We’re sticking to Yiddish videos for now, but with English subtitles so that everyone can enjoy them. However, if you do know Yiddish, then make sure to watch with the sound on… it’s that much more geshmak!)

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Where Does Our Time Go? (Yiddish video)


Time is a funny thing.

Sometimes hours can seem like minutes – and sometimes a minute can seem like an hour…

Sometimes we can feel as if we are accomplishing so much in so little time – and sometimes we feel as if time just slipped through our fingers…

Where does our time go?

How can we minimize time lost?

And make the most of the time we have?

This is not a video on time management.

Well, in a way it is – but not in the way we normally view time management…

In this video, I share with you a simple fact about time and how we can minimize time lost and make the best use out of the time we do have.

Check it out!

Oh, and as always, I’d love to hear what you have to say, so make sure to leave your feedback in the comments below the video!

(Some things just get lost in translation… We’re sticking to Yiddish videos for now, but with English subtitles so that everyone can enjoy them. However, if you do know Yiddish, then make sure to watch with the sound on… it’s that much more geshmak!)

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