Revamping your PR, marketing and fundraising strategy in the era of COVID.
Is the mere thought of planning your organization’s next online fundraising gala or postponing it for the third time stressing you out? Looking for a refreshing approach to marketing in today’s COVID climate?
The new year is upon us once again, and I’m sure like many others, you’re experiencing similar feelings of reflection and optimism. Reflecting on the things you could’ve done differently over the past 12 months, while being optimistic at the chance to get yourself back on track.
I ordinarily write about fundraising, but my topic today applies across the board to all industries and raises a common dilemma faced by many. It also gives me an opportunity to address a workplace conundrum no matter the setting.
Have you ever had a co-worker who rubbed you the wrong way? Of course you
Well, you heard it here first. Do not say you were not warned. In February 2021 we penned an article describing how certain segments of the stock market were trading with fantastical and unrealistic valuations. Case in point: the meme stock frenzy that began in January 2021. The struggling video game company Gamestop became the poster child
Economists make projections; fools make predictions. As I am neither (so I care to believe), I’ll make neither. On the other hand, as an independent career coach for 25 years this May—and having watched the job market closely, constantly, and diligently over the years—what I can do is offer some observations that might help guide us
You might have noticed some pleasant new changes taking place on the corner of Queen Anne Road and The Plaza in Teaneck. A sleek white stone veneer and a brand new sign are gracing the front. But what you’ll find inside is even better—Paris Pournazari, the new owner of Teaneck’s Parkview Pharmacy.
Warren Buffet once said, “If you aren’t willing to own a stock for 10 years, don’t even think about owning it for 10 minutes.” Jason Blumstein, CFA® CEO and founder of Julius Wealth Advisors, couldn’t agree more. Like Buffet, the expert financial adviser and former football player believes in the long game. People are
In a few years time, hundreds of yeshiva students at schools across the country will have enhanced grades, improved confidence and better prospects as they apply for high schools, gap year programs or colleges, all thanks to the vision and determination of a 16-year-old girl in North Woodmere, New York.
We all know about them and we have all received them. They are annoying, a nuisance and a waste of our time. Scam calls, whether by a live person, a robocall or a text, are an invasion of our privacy and, in many cases, illegal. For those of us who have fallen victim or almost fallen victim to these calls, they can be traumatic, and can
What if you could do all your Shabbat shopping from a wide variety of stores while sitting on your couch watching Netflix?
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All you have to do is visit KosherValet.com, where you will discover an amazing assortment of kosher
Lewis Carroll, whose real name was Charles Ludwidge Dodgson, was the 19th-century English children’s fiction writer probably best known for his great works “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” and “Through the Looking-Glass.” However, I remember him best for another one of his fantasy works—the most famous literary nonsense poem
That there is even the slightest doubt that we’re in the best job market in history is, frankly, ridiculous. Yet there remain those who still have their doubts and then carry that negative view into their job searches. They create a self-fulfilling prophecy, and we all know where that leads.