Global Thoughts – April Notes In this edition, world issues, travel notes on my first Family Vacation to a resort area on Florida’s Gulf Coast, followed by the annual Passover Sermonette.
Our newest Frequent Flyer on her first Family Vacation…details below. Markets — An additional country index I bought into was Austria. It is more stable than Germany’s and has a better uptick over the past couple years. My friend in
Summary: Americans generally receive the customer service they demand and pay for, but not as much as they really want. Commoditization of goods and services drives company management to cut costs, and consumers are hard-pressed to reward those that provide
Isn’t the airline industry the one you love to hate? Every time you pick up the phone, you never know what price you will be quoted and how many times you will need to call till you get a “fair”
One Year Budget for 24/6 Television Operation and Model Allocations Payroll (50 week year — 2 weeks of jewish holidays off air)
Technical Teams 5 camerapeople 5k per week (2 day shift; 2 evening shift; 1 night shift) 2 directors 2k per week (1 day shift; 1 evening shift) 5 graphics editors 5k per week (2 day shift; 2 evening shift; 1
Anyone in leadership who seriously thinks about the future of American Jewry grapples with 3 interlocking challenges: how to keep the highest number of them affiliated, informed and active. The clear trend is toward unaffiliation, apathy and evidence of disconnect
Notes from Rabbi Adam Mintz Passover Sermon 16 April 2005 with some comments afterward Seder is experiential more than intellectual, because of the many inherent contradictions in the Seder’s composition. Rabbi Soloveitchik said the experience of the Seder was instrumental
Ivan’s Top Ten Tips for Getting Engaged and Married and Surviving the First Year of Marriage — 9 November 2004
1. Agree to as many difficult things as possible before getting engaged so that you don’t have to agree to them afterward. 2. Spend a good deal of time alone with your future spouse to see if you really get
Following is the text of a John Kerry for President brochure handed out in New York City the day before the New York primary election. The front part has his message, the back part has his platform and a list
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