Being in business can be tricky. An unlikely hero has emerged, giving entrepreneurs the small business ideas and business strategies they need to start and grow their businesses successfully. Small business marketing and strategy can be hard for the small business owner working hard to live the American dream. Let Rabbi Issamar guide . . . → Read More:
My favorite expression about social media is: “Social media is only free if time has no value.” Social media is one of my favorite speaking topics because it is a miracle tool: It is free, easy to use and has a seemingly gentle learning curve. The truth is that social media can work magic, even miracles at times – but not the way most people are using it. . . . → Read More: True or False? If You Are An Entrepreneur, Take this Quiz and Test Your Knowledge of Marketing.
A big mistake many of us make is to assume that if you are going into business, you want to look for who you know in that business.
If you were in my class in Bobover Yeshiva in fourth grade, you probably wouldn’t have a high opinion of me as a professional.
“Ha! Issamar is a highfalutin business . . . → Read More: The Secret Power of Strangers to Transform Your Future
Came across this infographic from the great folks at Boomerang. I use their plug-ins in Gmail myself- Truly fantastic stuff
Take a look at these priceless insights on what to send your emails, what words to use, and how to get . . . → Read More: The Amazing Words That Get Your Emails Opened- And When To Send Them
I was honored to speak at Google’s Israel headquarters two weeks ago. It was an amazing experience, with stunning and breathtaking views of the Tel Aviv skyline! )
Here’s some of my thoughts and lessons learned.
Rabbi Issamar Speaking at Google Headquarters in Israel
Get Visually Comfortable Even Before You Arrive.
Always ask for a picture of the room you . . . → Read More: Six Things I Learned Speaking at Google
From a recent seminar: A story about Kenneth Cole and real “out of the box” . . . → Read More: Kenneth Cole… and “The Birthing of a Shoe Company”
I just saw one of the big gurus send out an email all about “shiny object syndrome.”
Essentially, they are promising to make you focus and stop looking for the “next big thing”… How? Buy having you buy THEIR product, which incidentally costs a few thousand dollars… And for the most part, is simply a collection of . . . → Read More: Every Vote a Miracle- Sliding in Under the Fence