Motivation

Weekly Recap (ויקהל)


Alright! We’re back with another Weekly Recap!

I’d love to hear what you have to say! So make sure to comment below with any questions or comments!

Enjoy!

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So here’s what I’ve shared in the past week:

Sunday:

Monday:

Tuesday:

Wednesday:

Thursday:


Make it a great week!

For those of you who are wondering, here’s where you can find me & where I share my stuff:

Be Resourceful! (Yiddish video)


“I don’t have enough money”

“I don’t have the contacts”

“I don’t have the degree”

“I wasn’t born into the right family”

We often feel that we can’t accomplish XY or Z because of this or that.

The truth is, though we don’t always want to admit it, is that the lack of RESOURCES is NOT what holds us back. It’s a lack of RESOURCEFULNESS.

Be resourceful – and you’ll figure out a way to make it happen!

* This video is an excerpt from our new course (still in the works), you can still get in as an early adopter for a reduced price! Click here to find out more.

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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!)

* To get an hour of time; Click here.

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!)

* To get an hour of time; Click here.

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!)

* To get an hour of time; Click here.

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!)

* To get an hour of time; Click here.

Learn To Appreciate People (Yiddish video)


Do you appreciate the people in your life?

I know that some of them you do; You know, the ones you like. The ones you can relate to.

What about those who rub you the wrong way? The ones you just don’t get?

Do you appreciate them as well?

Or do you just try to avoid them?

Recently, I received several questions & comments about the way I view other people.

I had updated my LinkedIn profile and I got asked how come I see all humans in such a positive light when in their experience most people are bad with some amazing people among them?

Well, it wasn’t always this way.

In today’s video, I explain why I feel the way I do – and how you can too with just one simple thought to keep in mind.

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!)

* To get an hour of time; Click here.

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!)

* To get an hour of time; Click here.

How To Get OUTSTANDING Results! (Yiddish video)


Wondering why you are not getting the results you want?

It may seem like you’re doing a GOOD job.

You might even be EXCELLENT at what you do.

So why aren’t you getting the results that you always dreamed about?

In today’s video, I share a  principle about why we get the results that we do, whether in business or in life and how to get the results that we want and deserve!

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!)

* To get an hour of time; Click here.

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!

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!)

* To get an hour of time; Click here.

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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