Our thought leader for today is Rabbi Daniel Cohen, a mentor, guide, and motivator known for his compelling narratives and navigational guides. Rabbi Cohen will talk about living a life of impact by telling the difference between what’s urgent and what’s important in our lives. He will also discuss how we can reframe our perspectives to see the light and spark in what seems to be a world full of negatives.
Let’s dive into his story and learn how we can create a life of legacy.
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[00:01 – 03:44] Opening Segment
- We welcome our guest for today, Rabbi Daniel Cohen
- Rabbi Cohen shares his background
[03:45 – 15:21] The Difference Between Urgent and Important
- Rabbi Cohen talks about the shifting priorities of people
- He gives interesting advice you’d want to hear!
- He discusses “bringing heaven down to Earth”
- Rabbi Cohen talks about the difference between what’s urgent and important
- He asks us if we are living for things that are transient or eternal
- What does he mean by that?
[15:22 – 23:08] Meaningful, Not Menial
- We talk about reframing our negative views into positive outlooks
- Rabbi Cohen reveals how we can unlock a “new light” in the world
[23:09 – 32:24] The Person vs. The Potential
- Rabbi Cohen talks about the opportunities that the virtual world offers
- He talks about this “haunting and inspiring” idea.
- Find out what it is.
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[32:25 – 43:18] The Person, Not Time, in Control
- Rabbi Cohen walks us through the process of controlling our future
- He shares some tips to stop our internet addiction you don’t want to miss!
[43:19 – 46:45] Closing Segment
- Connect with Rabbi Cohen. See links below
- He shares why it is still an amazing world
- Final words and announcements
“The entire world is a place to reveal some hidden spark and some hidden light.” – Rabbi Daniel Cohen
“I don’t view anything as menial. I really view it as filled with meaning.” – Rabbi Daniel Cohen
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You can email Rabbi Cohen at [email protected] or call him at (203) 358-2200. Connect with him on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and YouTube. Listen to him online and check out his personal and company websites.
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