Does being productive mean living a life filled with stress and working crazy hours…or is there a way to increase your productivity while also reducing stress and having time for other parts of your life?
Many serious business owners assume that the more time they work, and the more stressed out they get, the more successful they’ll become. Naphtali Hoff, President of Impactful Coaching & Consulting, suggests that they have it completely backward. An expert on productivity and leadership, Naphtali explains that with the proper strategies and outlook, you can become more productive and more successful by using your time well, rather than by working late hours. Join Meny and Naphtali as they talk about the secrets of productivity, common mistakes that lead to unwarranted stress, learning how to have a closed-door policy, reducing the number of decisions you make every day, how to create a productive daily calendar, and much more. Read more
It’s not uncommon for businesses to initiate an advertising campaign, only to watch it fail miserably. Chayale Kaufman, a media strategist, marketing professional, and the founder of the Jewish Content Network and ConsultWrite Media, explains that companies often ignore the importance of strategy, consistency, and choosing the right media outlets and that some tweaks to the way they implement their marketing strategy can do wonders for increasing its effectiveness. In this fascinating conversation, Chayale and Meny Hoffman talk about the secret to effective sales, what it means to have a marketing strategy, achieve a work-life balance, and much more. Read more
Many people pride themselves on communicating effectively. But they might not realize how often fear is undermining their communication, thereby harming their ability to motivate employees, deal effectively with clients, and learn from the competition. In this fascinating episode of Let’s Talk Business, Meny has a candid conversation with Shlomo Friedman, Visionary of Imperial in Lakewood, New Jersey, about how you can encourage rather than discourage, be honest rather than devious, and communicate in ways that help people reach their potential – while simultaneously making your business more successful, and your life more meaningful.
Shlomo Friedman is a Partner, Executive Director, and Visionary of Imperial, a leading real estate brokerage headquartered in Lakewood, New Jersey. He is renowned for his emphasis on company culture & mindset work, helping Imperial agents sell more and dream bigger through the power of training, support, & teamwork. Shlomo is also a much sought-after speaker on the topic of sales, and company culture, presenting at popular events and seminars, where he empowers high achievers to set and achieve impressive goals.
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Have you ever taken the time to do a deep and real examination of the true causes of burnout and how to heal them within yourself? In this week’s episode, our guest is Cait Donovan, a Keynote speaker, one of New York City’s leading burnout experts, host of “Fried – The Burnout Podcast,” and author of the book “The Bouncebackability Factor”. Her creative burnout recovery solutions have been shared with companies such as Lululemon, Nexthink, and Pepsi as well as featured on podcasts and online magazines such as “Forbes”, “NPR,” “Thrive Global,” and “The New York Post”.
Every challenge in business stems from something deeper, right? This week, our guest is Mark Miller, a top business leader, bestselling author, and communicator. According to him, most of the challenges we face in our businesses are deeply rooted in the foundations of leadership. How can we tackle these issues from the top down? By becoming the best leaders we can be. And in this episode, he gives us a solid foundation. As leaders, we constantly have to make big decisions that affect a lot of people’s lives. It’s a lot of pressure. But it’s also an incredible opportunity to work on ourselves. In our interview, Mark discusses how he was able to figure out how to accelerate leadership development in his organization and how that opened doors for his career. Listen in and learn more as Mark shares the four most essential smart leadership choices you can make to foster a healthy work environment. You don’t want to miss this valuable and action-packed episode.
Do you own your business or career… or does it own YOU?
In this “time and effort” economy, we often think that the more hours we work and effort we make, the more value we create in our businesses or professional lives. My guest this week, David Finkel is here to prove that myth wrong. A Wall Street Journal bestselling author, syndicated columnist for Inc.com, Forbes.com, and CEOWorld.com, the CEO of Maui Mastermind and author of the book, The Freedom Formula, David believes that building a successful business shouldn’t mean sacrificing ourselves, our families, or our health. He teaches business owners and professionals how we can refocus our energy and structure our days and priorities in order to create the maximum value for our companies, so we can truly reclaim the freedom to live the lives we desire.
If growing your business is resulting in strained family relationships, inefficiency at work, and poor physical or mental health, I want to introduce you to Jeff Mask, a world-renowned speaker and business coach. After beating cancer and then building multiple million-dollar businesses, Jeff has unlocked the mystery to thriving in the workplace while also being successful at home.
In this interview, Jeff and I discuss how to achieve this elusive harmony and cultivate confidence, clarity, and a world-class culture at your company while providing peace, prosperity, and passion in your personal life. Pay close attention to the practical tips Jeff shares to start spending more time with your family and letting your team know about it. I love this episode because we dive into how you can build both your company and your relationships with the people who matter most.
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People with passion and grit can make seemingly impossible things happen—and Jamie Geller is one of them. In this episode, Jamie Geller, bestselling author and CEO and Founder of Kosher Network International, shares the inspiring personal story of how she built a business around her passion for sharing the joys of food and entertaining, how she came to author six bestselling kosher cookbooks, and the secrets she’s unlocked to gaining major mainstream media attention and juggling work and home life.