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:
As a result, I have had a full schedule of high pressure power business meetings. Those who have participated in these kinds of meetings know how they typically go. You meet in some nondescript conference room, shake hands, greet each other, small talk for 30 seconds and get to the business at hand. When the business is done you shake hands and head off on your merry way.
Is it possible for someone who clearly is such a great dad to actually be dangerous and apocalyptic to this country? I say the answer is absolutely not.
It’s every parent’s nightmare. You turn your attention away from your child and something terrible happens. Michelle Gregg and Deonne Dickerson, parents of a 4 year old boy, had one of those dreaded moments this past Memorial Day weekend at the Cincinnati Zoo.
Over the past few years I have taken hundreds of selfies and posted them all over my social media. The discussion about the narcissistic nature of folks who take selfies has made its way out of the psychiatric community and is now somewhat commonplace. And therefore, I have been called…
Throughout our business and personal lives we are faced with dilemmas that place us in a win-lose. They force us to choose between saving one person’s job while costing another’s; causing one person to lose money while another gains; and hurting one friend while helping the other.
President Obama gave a widely anticipated speech on taking executive action to reduce gun violence. While declaring the validity of the 2nd Amendment, he proposed closing the loopholes in the buying of guns without background checks.
If your son or daughter came to you, enraged at a group of people based on their ethnicities, ideologies, or religious beliefs and you sensed he or she might commit an act of violence – how would you try to calm him or her down?
Another week – another mass killing. The alleged murderers, killed 14 and injured 21 people in San Bernardino, California. They burst into a Christmas party at the Inland Regional Center, wearing masks, body armor, semi-automatic pistols, long guns, GoPros and carrying pipe bombs.