Communication

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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Are You A True Friend? (Yiddish video)


Are you a true friend?

Friendships come in all shapes and sizes – and every single one of them is different.

The dynamics between two different human beings – is unique and different in every relationship.

However one of the biggest challenges that we all face is when a friend is going through a challenge or is having an issue.

Knowing how to really be there for them is tough.

In this video I share a simple tip, that holds true for all relationships; in good times as well as in the not-so-good times.

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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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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Cold Calling Made Easier! (Yiddish video)


If cold calling is part of your life, then here is a tip to make the process easier and more enjoyable.

You may be for or against the whole concept of cold calling, but that’s not what we’re going to discuss today.

Bottom line is, that for many people, especially those of us who are just starting out, cold calling is a part of the process whether we like it or not.

In today’s video, I share with you one way to make this challenge easier, more enjoyable and hopefully more effective.

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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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!

Learn It and Forget It! (Yiddish video)


Once again we’re doing this in Yiddish… But this time we added English subtitles for the benefit of our English speaking friends…

Wow! What a week!

Thank you all for the amazing feedback and support! It really gives us the energy to continue.

I had some fantastic conversations with some yungerleit on the phone this past week.

One of them was with Chaim Gluck, a salesman who sells life insurance policies, who commented on the last video.

We had a great conversation which I’d like to share with you (with his permission, of course).

I shared with him a concept that applies not only to sales but with any skill that you wish to learn and internalize.

Check it out!

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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!

Let’s not judge each other! (video)


What do you do when someone you love, someone you care deeply about, acts in a way that is self-destructive or harmful to themselves?

What do YOU do in such a situation?

In this video, I share my personal experience and the first thing I learned when faced with this issue…

Check it out:

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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!

What Should I Do? (video)


How many times have you asked yourself the question: “What should I do?”?

What we often don’t realize is that this question is actually disempowering. It implies that you don’t know the answer and that you don’t have the power to find the answer yourself.

So what should you ask yourself when you are not sure what to do?

Watch the video below to find out:

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!

Yeah, BUT vs. Yes, AND (video)


Changing just one small word can make a huge difference.

It can mean the difference between your words being accepted or rejected or you being understood or not.

Watch below for one small change that you can apply right now!

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!

 
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