I hope to share with you what I have learned about how to have a happier, more successful and more rewarding life – what I call a BIG life – a life worth living.
The King David Award ceremony was held at the U.S. Capitol on May 3rd. Past honorees have included such luminaries as Ronald Reagan, Margaret Thatcher, Dr, Henry Kissinger, Rudy Guliani, Kirk Douglas, Steven Speilberg, Alan Dershowitz, and many other industry leaders and philanthropists.
Here are three recent dates I had that illustrate how easy it is to get caught in the pay-for-dinner play:
Happiness in life is most affected by the quality of our relationships. So how do you know if any relationship you have – work, friend or romantic, is good for you?
If you live in New York City and voted for Donald Trump, you are going to have trouble finding a date. And I have the experiences to prove that.
I admit it: I was Ph.D. program dropout. And apparently, a lot of other people are dropouts, too.
A fun live discussion with GetConnectDAD at the 2017 Dad2Summit from San Diego.
It’s easy to just stay in one place but you sometimes have to get out, travel and meet people to be successful.
When one parent is a family’s sole source of emotional stability, either alone or in a couple, the burden can take a heavy toll. Next week at Dad 2.0 Summit in San Diego I’ll be talking on a panel about the best resources for maintaining your stamina and your sanity, as well as the best alternatives when none of those is an option.
Please enjoy this video where I discuss the re-invention of the camera store and photography business I operated for 28 years and my new role as US CEO of the new social media platform, beBee.com – and why personal branding is a crucial part of being successful in today’s connected world.