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BY Maayan Jaffe
May 17, 2013

AED celebration also serves as reminder to communal leaders of importance of training, maintenance “Thousands of lives each year would be saved if more defibrillators were placed throughout the country. We, as the Jewish nation, value life tremendously. The Automated External Defibrillator (AED) Program shows achdus, unity, and our commitment to help all Jewish people, CONTINUE »

May 16, 2013

Druid Hill Park has had its ups and downs over the years. This fecund green space amid the urban landscape of Baltimore is home, of course, to the Maryland Zoo, miles of bicycle trails and walking paths, fountains, man-made ponds and lakes and the once-segregated clay tennis courts, where generations of Baltimoreans from all walks CONTINUE »

BY Elliot D. Lasson
May 16, 2013

It is around this time of the year when students reach out to me to inquire about summer employment or an internship.  While students are generally not my core client group, I would like to share some of my insights and observations. First, employment and internship are not necessarily the same. For high school and CONTINUE »

BY Jon Goldman
May 16, 2013

Everyone wants to create “touch points,” a favorite buzzword for marketers. A touch point is that intersection between your business and your customer, where you interact and communicate something — hopefully, something of value. Touch points have to offer value, have emotional power and provide a tactile experience of the five senses: sight, sound, scent, CONTINUE »

BY Patti Neumann
May 16, 2013

Do you prefer to network online or face-to-face? Before you answer, think deeply. Remember how Dale Carnegie’s world-famous sales book from 1936,  “How to Win Friends and Influence People,” demystified the process of making friends out of strangers and inspired legions of business coaches to carry on Carnegie’s message? Nothing beats face-to-face meetings, nothing. Business CONTINUE »