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#SWC26: Are You a Role Model?

Are you a role model? Who is your role model? What are the characteristics you are looking for in your role model? These are the traits I hope to have to be an inspiring and effective role model to others: Confidence Not afraid to speak up for what you think …

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#SWC25: The Silver Platter by Natan Alterman

The Silver Platter by Natan Alterman In today’s episode, I talk about the stark transition between Yom Ha’Zicharon and Yom Ha’Atzmaut. I discuss the meaning and origin of the popular expression in Hebrew: Magash Hakesef. The following is the original poem by Natan Alterman. The Silver Platter And the land …

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092: The Business of Women

Today’s podcast centers around women’s business. And businesses for women’s products, AKA FemTech. Growth strategy consultant, marketing expert, sought-after public speaker and Vagipreneur, Rachel Braun Scherl is a trusted authority on leadership, entrepreneurship and female health. Over the course of her career, Rachel has driven growth for her clients as …

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091: Defiant: A Broken Body is Not a Broken Person

Do you ever wonder how you’d behave in extreme situations? If you were training for the olympics as a cross country skier, got smashed by a truck, were diagnosed as a paraplegic, were in rehab for six months, what would you do? I can tell you that I’m pretty confident …

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#SWC24: Yay! I Have a Hater!

Come to the Strong Jewish Women’s Summit (http://www.thestrongjewishwomenssummit.com) This week I tell you a story about my new hater, what she wrote to me, and how I dealt with it. We leave the story in the middle, the end has not come to be yet. I’m in suspense too. Working …

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090: First Female Rabbi in Britain: Jackie Tabick

Rabbi Dr Jackie Tabick became Britain’s first female rabbi in 1975. She worked for many years at West London Synagogue with Rabbi Hugo Gryn and then at North West Surrey Synagogue in Weybridge. She is now Convenor of the Reform Beit Din and is very involved in interfaith work being …