The Progressive Path

Hi everyone, I know a lot has changed over the past few weeks. Most of us had hoped that the country would be getting back to normal, but it seems as though that is far from the truth. A lot of states have chosen to extend their stay-at-home orders for the safety of our citizens […]

An Update From Red

Hey guys it’s Red, working from home, staying at home, self isolating in NYC because a close friend of mine has tested positive for COVID. I”m feeling totally fine, and I’m also taking every precaution not to spread this. Self isolating, or even shelter-in-place, might make you feel sad, and feel down. I want to […]


I was recently attending synagogue and I was reflecting on how I can be a better person..what can I do to take a step in the right direction. I then noticed how the Rabbi was welcoming everyone and anyone into the services. He didn’t care if they were dressed in a suit or in jeans. […]

EQ and Self-Awareness

Being the person who has had their fair share of ups and downs in life, I wanted to share the knowledge I’ve  learned from my experiences, and blogging is a big part of that. Whether it’s to be able to just share some wisdom and guidance or just to allow people to gain more knowledge […]

Creating Connections

In my business as a speaker, it’s super important that I understand how people process their life and work situations. By knowing more about what makes them tick, why they do what they do, and how they think, I’m in a better position to help them create positive changes in their lives. Not changes that […]

My Macy’s Moment

Have you ever been out in public and watched people so engrossed with their cellphones that they’re oblivious to the world around them? You might have thought, “Wow! That’s an accident waiting to happen. Glad I never do that!” Some such phrase usually goes through my head when I see someone interact (or not interact) […]

Invaluable Feedback

A few weeks ago I gave a speech at SHRM, which stands for the Society for Human Resource Management. After the event I sent all the attendees a nice thank-you email. As I always do, I asked for feedback. I wanted to know what they thought I did well, where I can improve, and how, […]

Crying Connection

One of the exercises I go through in my speeches involves asking audience members what they do. Typically people share their work position titles, along with some of their responsibilities. One day not too long ago, I gave a speech and workshop for the American Bus Association (ABA). I did this particular exercise with one […]

Connect the Dots

“It’s not what you know, but who you know that matters.” This is very popular saying in the business community. While it’s not absolutely true that the connections you make are more important than the knowledge you gain, there are definitely times when having the right people in your network can help you get ahead […]

The Gift of Acceptance

My son and I recently took a trip to Copenhagen, Denmark. While on our visit we went to an outside fair. We strolled around for a bit, eventually finding ourselves at a booth featuring the most amazing pencil drawings. The woman at the booth created and sold them and it was obvious from her work […]