I’m failing spectacularly. It’s November 1, and most of the visions I had for 2014 are not even close to being reality. I need look no further than this blog. It sits here, barren, waiting for my words to populate its pages and attract visitors to click on links. I have been thinking about where […]
The core of what I do as a real estate broker is help my clients navigate the bumpy road of their emotions. I help them see the big picture, acknowledge their fears, and step over the threshold into that place previously beyond their comfort zone. This is the part of the process that juices me […]
Tonight is the start of Rosh Hashana. In addition to being the Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashana is a holiday centered around personal transformation. We are asked to stop and think about who we are and who we want to be. What kind of future do we want to build for ourselves? More than simply […]
As the subway pulls in to Grand Central, I adjust my shoulder bags and get ready to sprint. I am trying to make the 11:37 am train to Larchmont to help my brother-in-law with my twin nieces for the day, while my sister is away on business. The onTime Metro North app, which I use to check […]
I have struggled the past few weeks with doing the things I know I need to do. I set an intention to get back on track today, after taking two weeks for “vacation,” that were not really a vacation. I started my morning with a strong workout. Gratitude. Incantations. Following all the steps to set […]
I was given the choice of hope vs fear. The right answer seemed obvious at first, but my ultimate choice surprised me. Which would you choose?