How much of what you know you’re “supposed to do” are you actually doing? Be honest. Are you using video? Are you livestreaming events and classes? Or only occasionally... Where are your paths of resistance? What do you still think is “just for kids?” or “beneath me to do?”
There's a common dislike of writing thank-you notes. It's not at the top of our to-do lists. But getting it right can be the difference between a one-off gift and a lifelong giver. As an example of this, when the leader of an organization I was mentoring used the concept I'm about to
The Internet is the greatest communication tool in the history of human society – which makes it a perfect way to spread the word about your cause. Assuming, that is, you know what you’re doing. So, you want to take your charity online?
At Olami Resources, we keep our eye on the news to bring you timely articles and links that we think a rabbi or Jewish educator would find interesting! We have decided to share some of these links in a weekly feature on the blog. Enjoy! 1) A Safer Space for Women… Redux 2) Research: Shaking hands *before*... Read more »
The Shabbos Project, when Jews worldwide will experience one complete Shabbos together, is now less than two weeks away – Parshas Lech Lecha, October 23-24, 2015. For more details see The Shabbos Project website here. Rabbis and educators around the globe are preparing for this worldwide event and are also
At Olami Resources, we keep our eye on the news to bring you timely articles and links that we think a rabbi or Jewish educator would find interesting! We have decided to share some of these links in a weekly feature on the blog. Enjoy! 1) The least-gifted children of high-income parents graduate from college... Read more »
Google is committed to ensuring a flawless experience for all its users by providing the most relevant results as quickly as possible. It took local searches to the next level by proving different types of search results apart from the organic results. If you want to increase
Did you ever wonder when a poor person asks you for tzedaka in shul, you give a small donation. And when the poor come to your home, you give then multiple times more than in shul? What's the difference?
Bringing in new employees is not just about welcoming them and making an announcement throughout your company or department. You need to have a fully developed strategy for welcoming new employees and make certain that they will fit in smoothly. It’s very important
An important and meaningful initiative was launched in memory of Rabbi Eitam and Mrs. Naama Henkin z”l who were murdered by Palestinian terrorists in a drive-by shooting near Shechem last year on Sukkot, October 1, 2015. Their four children aged 9, 7, 4 and 4 months were in the car and survived. Rabbi Henkin