Worth Reading: How Gratitude Can Change Your Life

Yes, I used to think that gratitude was cheesy. Then this happened. How gratitude can change your life. My family emigrated from Russia to the United States when I was 13 years old. Refugee camps, city housing projects, food stamps, wearing donated clothes, being made fun of endlessly for everything from not speaking English to eating weird things for lunch …

Worth Reading: Passover & The Meaning of Freedom

Courtesy of Aish.com Viktor Frankl, Passover, and the Meaning of Freedom Taste the power of true freedom. by Rabbi Yaakov Cohen Passover. The holiday that celebrates what it means to be truly free. But what is Freedom? Victor Frankl, a prominent Jewish psychologist, was a survivor of two concentration camps. When he was liberated in April 1945, almost everyone in …

Set Yourself Free

Enjoy this powerful video about setting yourself free. What is holding you back from freeing yourself?

Amazement

We all have our own talents, take a few minutes to enjoy the unbelievable talents of these two young singers.

Tiny & Talented

No matter how small you are (or how small you feel) you can accomplish great things!

The Good from 2016

016 was a difficult year in our world, but let’s take a minute to recognize and appreciate all of the good that came out of 2016.

Garden of Beauty

It’s amazing how a beautiful garden can instantly grasp our attention, making us forget all our worries.

I Wish You Enough

Strive for a life that is “enough”…a life that fulfills you and brings you joy.

Everyday Beauty

Allow yourself to draw inspiration from anywhere, even the clouds.

Be Flexible

Sometimes we have to be flexible! Don’t let the ups and down of life get the best of you, learn to dance through the change!

Arts & Crafts Re-Imagined

It’s amazing how a childhood pastime can be such a stunning work of art.  Art is all about perspective!

Notes to the Boss

Based on years of managing several organizations, including the Josephson Institute of Ethics, and on extensive consultation with large and small organizations, I’ve distilled much of what I believe and advocate into “Ten Truths.” I hope you find this list helpful. Feel free to share it with colleagues and friends. (Or print this mini-poster version of the list.)