The Journal

Rabbi Naphtali Hoff
In a previous series, I laid out a 5-step productivity process for leaders, which I then turned into a Productivity Blueprint (see my bio below for how to access). This post dives deeper into the third of the five steps, doing for maximal productivity. Now that we’ve focused on removing distractions and blocking out time,... Read more » (Read More)
Yisroel Picker
“Occasions when you can change your mind should be cherished, because they mean you’re smarter than you were before.” -Malcolm Gladwell A number of years ago, there was a trend to label someone with the negative term “flip-flopper” if they changed their opinion of something after a period of time. Due to this negative connotation, many... Read more » (Read More)

Featured Posts

Rabbi Michoel Green
When I was studying in yeshivah in the suburbs of Baltimore, each Friday afternoon we would leave the campus to take care of errands. The only way to travel was relying on the kindness of people who had cars to give us a lift. We stood at the gate of the yeshivah and drivers would stop and ask where we needed to go. (Read More)
Rabbi Michoel Green
The real answer is: It. Doesn’t. Matter. Soooo what matters? Length isn’t as important as you may think! What is important: Getting your point across in a clear and compelling way. So….know your students and your audience. If they appreciate messaging in Instagram stories…use that medium. If your students relate to you in your WhatsApp status... Read more » (Read More)
© 5782/2021 Olami