Starting off at a McDonald’s parking lot in Littleton NH, and finishing it at the Chavura gathering in Ogunquit Maine.
Yesterday I went hiking at one the most beautiful trails in New England – The Franconia Ridge Trail Loop in Mount Lafayette! I went up from the Falling Waters Trail and came back down from the Old Bridle Path. Hope you enjoy
If you would ask the average Israeli, even the one living in America, what Independence Day means to him besides Macy’s Parade, Fireworks and a BBQs in the Hamptons, he would probably tell you “not much”. And to be honest, I would have answered the same about a month ago… It’s not because Israelis are […]
Yesterday, I had the honor of presenting my talk – “Promoting Israel’s ‘Startup Nation’ in 50 States”, at the JCC of Providence Rhode Island. Special thanks to Larry Katz from Dwares JCC for providing the space and to Bracha and Ron Stuart from StandWithUs Rhode Island for their unparalleled hospitality and help! Next Talk – Promoting […]
Not long after I arrived to the parking lot of the Chabad Yeshiva in New Haven CT, the students who saw the vehicle were intrigued by the guy with the big camper in their backyard. And so that’s how I got to do my 1st talk in this journey, in my RV 🙂
The thing I love recently, is the flow of things. Entire days where doing/creating/working, all done in synchronisation with the natural flow of the universe, and without unnecessary stress.
Title: You're It!: On Hiding, Seeking, and Being Found Author: Alan Watts “You can’t blame anyone else for the world that you’re in. And if you know that I, in the sense of the person/the front/the ego, really doesn’t exist, than it won’t go to your head too badly if you wake up and discover […]
In the past few hours, my Facebook wall was flooded with some good friends sharing this video, including a number of Israeli embassies in New York, Atlanta and the rest of the world, what triggered me to share my opinion as someone who’s involved heavily in the Israeli-American relations
Title: Tao Te Ching Author: Laozi Genre: Religion Publisher: Bulfinch Press Release Date: 1994 Pages: 81 The Tao Te Ching is undoubtedly one of the most important pieces of literature in human history and after reading it, it is clear why Lao Tzu is considered to be one of the world’s most influential people along […]
Title: How To Win Friends and Influence People Author: Dale Carnegie Genre: Self-Help Publisher: Simon and Schuster Release Date: August 24, 2010 Pages: 320 This should be taught in elementary school! I’m happy to say that this book joined my “All-Time Top 5 Books” So much wisdom and guidance on how to deal with people […]
Title: Secrets of the Millionaire Mind Author: T. Harv Eker Genre: Business & Economics Publisher: Harper Collins Release Date: October 13, 2009 Pages: 224 I really tried to give it a shot! Nothing innovative or new, sound more like a long infomercial for “The Millionaire Mind Seminar” than an education book. I personally found the […]
Title: The Intelligent Investor, Rev. Ed Author: Benjamin Graham Genre: Business & Economics Publisher: Harper Collins Release Date: March 17, 2009 Pages: 640 It’s easy to see why Warren Buffet consider this “The best book ever written on investments”. Benjamin Graham’s advice for the defensive investor (all of us regular people) is simple – DON’T […]
Title: Smarter Faster Better Author: Charles Duhigg Genre: Psychology Publisher: Doubleday Canada Release Date: March 8, 2016 Pages: 256 Glad I didn’t listen to the critics who said it’s not as good as “The Power of Habit”. It’s an amazing book with so many vital lessons to our everyday lives; from understanding basic human psychology […]
Title: What Got You Here Won't Get You There Author: Marshall Goldsmith Genre: Self-Help Publisher: Profile Books Release Date: September 3, 2010 Pages: 256 Unparalleled materials on self improvement in the work force. The author reminds us that people can’t improve on all aspects simultaneously (even though successful people want to get better at […]
Title: The Power of Habit Author: Charles Duhigg Genre: Business & Economics Publisher: Random House Release Date: February 28, 2012 Pages: 416 Such a fascinating book. The way Charles Duhigg combined real life examples, scientific research and personal experience makes the content really stick! The concept itself was new to me, I never thought of […]
Title: The Miracle Morning Author: Hal Elrod Genre: Self-Help Release Date: 2012-12 Pages: 146 Lots of practices and techniques I already implemented in my mourning routine (meditation, journaling, affirmation, gratitude) and yet this book thought me at least one thing (and sometimes that’s enough in order to make a book worth reading) and that is […]