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Choosing to Empathize

This is me- age 2! I wanted to dress up for the holiday of Purim as Queen Esther, but my mom said that my sister is already the queen so I have to be the king. It made me cry..if you look closely you can actually see the tears. Many years later, whenever I want to reach deep down into the power of empathy, which sometimes I feel I lack, I look at this picture. Empathy is one of the necessary powers to live a meaningful life. Read this blog to understand its power in your own life.… Read More

Declutter and Reclaim

As I was walking in my daughter’s new neighborhood, I met a neighbor who told me that the sun room I have been spending a lot of time in was used as a storage space with the previous owners. A beautiful space completely clutter and unused….So of course, immediately I think of our minds, the ways and the need to declutter…… Read More

Heed The Calling

Last weekend I officiated a Bar Mitzvah in the beautiful outdoors, looking at the beautiful Oregon Hills and reflecting on the word calling. I came up with three levels of calling, the third and the highest level is what life is all about…… Read More

My 100th Episode!

Would you interrupt your coaching session to have an acknowledging moment? I did! It was so wonderful that I even created a podcast about it! And in the process, I shared a story told by my mother and the learned lessons to influence our lives today! Here is the blog version of it!… Read More

Choose Hope

This week I attended a networking meeting with Exceptional Connection. As a preparation for the meeting, Cyndi ONeil-Dady, the founder of this magnificent group, asked us to choose one intentional word as we begin 2021! What would be your word? Would it be Growth? Creativity? Empathy? You are invited to … Read More