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6 days ago 17 comments Categories: Lifestyle Tags:
I listen to many pitches delivered through the course of a single week and the ones with the most impact stand out. Typically, they have the best articulated stories, are brief, and get to the point. Do you notice people tune out when you’re telling your story, or are they leaning in? Last week I tuned into a Zoom, and the person speaking went on and on without breathing or checking in with the audience. I noticed more videos turn off and mute buttons engaged, which is the n...
20 days ago 4 comments Categories: Lifestyle Tags:
Today, I honor our new friend and Founder of The Inspiration Project, Mrs. Barbara Mishkin. Barbara visted our joint Gotham meeting earlier this month and she inspires me, everyday. She's a natural Gothamite. Barbara shares: "A professor gave a balloon to every student, who had to inflate it, write their name on it and throw it in the hallway. The professors then mixed all the balloons. The students were given 5 minutes to find their own balloon. Despite a hectic search, no ...
27 days ago 8 comments Categories: Lifestyle Tags:
Today feels complicated. Close your eyes and think about 10 years ago. What do you see? Who bubbles up for you? Anything special that surfaces? Even 5 years ago seemed so much simpler. A cuppa frothy cappuccino from Small World in Princeton, sitting outside, taking in the morning air, whilst people bustled about. It won’t be long now before I see my friend Dana, drifting about Nassau Street. She was always deep in thought, contemplating the meaning and purpose of life. With...
34 days ago 8 comments Categories: Lifestyle Tags:
St. Patrick was born in Britain—not Ireland—to wealthy parents near the end of the fourth century. He is believed to have died on March 17, around 460 A.D., thus the day we celebrate St. Paddy’s Day. Green beer, funny hats, bad sweaters, green rivers, leprechauns, whiskey, fights and possibly a visit to the local county jail for public disturbance is what Americans think of when the holiday approaches. Not really the real story behind the Saint, but certainly good for touris...
41 days ago 12 comments Categories: Lifestyle Tags:
George Washington knew he needed to cross the Delaware during the Battle of Trenton. It wasn’t a matter of if, it was when. He picked his moment, in the middle of the night and crossed the Delaware. Have you ever been up against a difficult situation, where everything was working against your efforts? No matter how hard you try, the proverbial goal post moved further away? This time last year, we faced the onset of a global pandemic, a market sell off, uncertainty of food ...
48 days ago 11 comments Categories: Lifestyle Tags:
Someone once told me that the best way to become good at relationships, is to be in them! Simple advice, but oh, so true. Recently, I’ve had the opportunity to go on a new adventure with a family that sought out guidance on inheritance. Most people feel an overwhelming urge to do something different, upon inheriting a great sum. The best advice I give is to practice “business as usual” with no major decisions in the first 12-18 months. Relationships are at the center of how ...
55 days ago 6 comments Categories: Lifestyle Tags:
The author of 8 spirited children and 31 grand-spirited-children. She was 97 years young when she left this earth, but her legacy lives on. She was a quiet, kind, sly woman from the town of Reading, Pennsylvania. Fondly known as Pennsylvania Dutch. “S” cookies, Pecan Balls, Buckeyes, Pecan Pie, Lemon Bars, Cherry Bars and tasty dishes filled her kitchen and our bellies. A shark of a card player, a writer, poet, and a hell of a scrabble player. She could stitch, sew, hem, and...
69 days ago 7 comments Categories: Health Tags:
Recently, I’ve been studying the power of raw foods and their affects on the human body. The Cure for Arthritis, by S.H. Shepherd has me sharpening my understanding of how the human body works in relationship to food, water and a healthy sun shower. Truthfully, it all started because I wanted the pain in my hip to go away, so I could gain 30 extra yards on my golf drive, thereby beating all the guys off the tee, and hustling money on the fairways. By the end of January, I h...
76 days ago 8 comments Categories: Lifestyle Tags:
Perhaps you've met Nelson Mishkin? Nelson and I met in 2004. He is one of those special people that was brought into my life at the right time, for something greater than I anticipated and has been in my life ever since. Nelson is a past Gotham Member, a true member of the tribe. He lives the motto of giving over receiving, and knows that what he gives, he gets back in multiples. I had the pleasure of meeting his beautiful wife, Barbara Mishkin through her Inspiration Project...
90 days ago 16 comments Categories: Lifestyle Tags:
One of my very first, favorite and fabulous woman was Ms. Dolly Herself! An amazing down-to-earth, country star singer, who is a beautiful, smart and a talented female icon. WWDD? I know....not the first woman you’d think of when naming a personal favorite. I’ve enjoy how she embraced her independence and strength from a place of gorgeous beauty and kind southern demeanor. One of my first favorite movies was 9 to 5. Dolly made her debut as an administrative assistant, then ...
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