Category Archives: Musings

What’s the next right thing for your business?

I know how it feels to have the rug pulled out from under you and not know which direction to…

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Find money during times of crisis

These are unprecedented times. Fallout from the Coronavirus may have you feeling uncertain, anxious and even a little fearful. But…

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Why Women Entrepreneurs Don’t Get the Financing They Need

Often because, in short, they don’t ask for it. I was chatting with Bunmi Zalob, publisher of WomenEntrepreneur.com’s Secret to…

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How to combat the “Solo Shame” that keeps you playing small…

As seen in…   Over 70% of all small businesses in the United States have just one owner. That means…

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Never Again: Honoring September 11th

Although my colleague, Howard Greenstein, wrote his post “How to Honor September 11th” several years ago, I still think it…

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Are you breaking down, or breaking through?

Stuck. That’s how I felt last week. The kind of paralysis that comes from trying to do too much all…

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Legal Hokum on a Holiday Weekend

As a lawyer, I love what I do. I’m proud of how I do it. And sometimes, I hear about members…

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How would you handle The Honey Cake Fiasco?

Last week, my rabbi, Frank Tamburello, shared his recipe for honey cake: Put a bunch of ingredients into a bowl.…

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Some industry greats talk about pushing through breakdowns…

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Leaving a partnership to sail the Mediterranean

When I first heard David Greer’s story, I started to salivate. Not at the acrimony that created the situation, but…

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