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Thought of the Week - COVID

This was an interesting, challenging and intense year that ended with COVID very much still in our lives. I tested positive a week ago and my first immediate reactions were: Damn it, who did I see and might have given it to? Shit, I cannot go to work! I noticed I was not fearful as I had my booster 3 weeks earlier. I had a very mild case. If COVID hasn't given us social awareness, then what would?  Maybe closing 2021 testing positive with COVID is a good message for me to carry on into 2022,  that feeling of "oneness".  We are all connected, we all need each other and we need to take care of one another.  Wishing you all a...

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Thought of the Week - End of an era

We closed 18 months of weekly zooms today that started with daily meetings back in March 2020!! Hard to believe it but we even met daily for the first 3 months. We learned a lot from each other and kept our businesses going through the support of one another and the willingness of a great group of people ready to adapt and change with the times.Thank you for sticking together and for staying in touch.  Reminding you all that you can find all the recordings of the subjects we covered on the Roni Rabl Youtube channel. Below is a general presentation of everything we talked about. You are all our heros!  Happy Monday,Yael

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Thought of the Week - Blind Spots

We all know what we know. However, how do we know what we don't know? I want to reflect this month on areas in my business and life I want to improve in and those places I don't know enough about.  What is my weakness?  Where can I do better? What areas do I need help with? How do you know what you don't know?   Happy Monday! Yael

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Thought of the Week - Thankful

Our default is to see the negative. That is how the mind tends to work, unless you were brought up in a different culture. Our western culture is not trained to always think positively.  My first thought in the morning is about the mild pain in my left hip and not how lucky I am to simply be alive. So it's good we have a holiday like Thanksgiving - a day when we are thankful out loud. A day that gives us time to pause and remember all the things we DO have;   My health, My work, My team,  My family, My freedom.   These are so much more than so many people in the world are granted and for that I...

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