https://youtu.be/urNEAVuRq9Y By Moshe Hecht Orly Wahba was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. “Just your average jewish girl from Brooklyn,” as she so humbly puts it. She grew up surrounded by Orthodox culture and attended the Yeshiva of Flatbush - the school that she … [Read more...] about From Brooklyn School Teacher to Global Kindness Guru: Interview with Orly Wahba, CEO of Life Vest Inside
By Moshe Hecht We see crowdfunding campaigns everywhere, every day. Its prevalence, particularly within the Jewish community, has raised the collective concern of its sustainability. Is crowdfunding, as we know it, a viable and renewable method of fundraising? Or are we … [Read more...] about How Crowdfunding Will Stand the Test of Time
By Moshe Hecht If you already experience a constant sense of contentment, elation, or never-ending bliss no matter what life throws your way, stop reading now. But, if you’re like me (and just a few others), who struggle to find lasting joy and meaning, then grab some p … [Read more...] about Volunteering: The Science of (no cost) Lasting Happiness
By Moshe Hecht You know that scene when Steve Ballmer is sweating like a Jew on a diet in Tishrei. (That’s me by the way. Every. Single. Year.) And he goes into a frantic rant, “Developers, developers, developers!” Here’s the link if you haven't seen it. It’s not something you … [Read more...] about Alumni, Alumni, Alumni!
By Moshe Hecht Rabbi Simon Jacobson is the author of Toward a Meaningful Life and the Director and Founder of the Meaningful Life Center, which helps the average person find meaning in all that they do. Watch the clip or read a synopsis of our conversation … [Read more...] about The Comedy and Artistry of Modern Day Philanthropy: A Conversation with Rabbi Simon Jacobson