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Rabbi Naphtali Hoff
In a previous series for SmartBrief, I laid out my five-step productivity process for leaders, which I then turned into a Productivity Blueprint. This post dives deeper into the second of my five steps, sharing for maximal productivity. As helpful as meetings are for leaders to set and clarify expectations and build relationships, there still needs to... Read more » (Read More)
Rabbi Naphtali Hoff
In a previous series for Olami, Naphtali laid out his 5-step productivity process for leaders, which he then turned into a Productivity Blueprint. This post is the second to dive deeper into the second of his five steps, sharing for maximal productivity, and picks up from this last one, which made the case for huddling... Read more » (Read More)

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Rabbi Dr. Nachum Amsel
From a very young age, parents teach their children to be a “good boy” or “good girl.” Everyone usually aspires to be a good person, and according to studies, almost every individual thinks of himself or herself as a “basically good person.” We all want to do “the right thing” in every situation, and help... Read more » (Read More)
Rabbi Asher Resnick
We previously addressed how to understand and deal with nisyonot (difficulties & challenges). This essay addresses six purposes of nisyonot. First — Nisyonot Actualize Potential The Gemara Menachot (53b) asks — “Why is Yisrael (the Jewish nation) compared to an olive? To tell you that, just like an olive gives forth its oil only through... Read more » (Read More)
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