steiny100 / Aaron Steinberg

#liberal #Jewish Living in WP with my love @adinao and my outstanding kids D&J&N.

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  1. Building a Brand and Redefining Success

    In the wake of a pandemic that has disproportionately impacted women economically, this inter-generational conversation between three female founders and entrepreneurs unpacks what it takes to discover and follow a passion, build a brand, and sustainably scale it to profitability.

    Inspired by Ali Kriegsman’s new book, "How to Build a Goddamn Empire," Ali, Sheila Nazarian, and Antonia Hellman reflect on their journeys, the expectations and barriers they’ve had to overcome, and what re-imagining success looks like.

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  2. Booktalk with Judy Batalion: “The Light of Days” (4/8/21 Bronftalk)

    A discussion with Judy Batalion about her new book "The Light of Days: The Untold Story of Women Resistance Fighters in Hitler’s Ghettos," which has already been optioned by Steven Spielberg. In it, she tells the story of Jewish women who became resistance fighters in the ghettos.

    In this BookTalk, Judy tells us about the incredible bravery these women exhibited, why it took so long to center their stories, and what it means to finally remember them today.

    Read Judy’s powerful essay about these resistance fighters in the New York Times: https://www.nytimes.com/2021/03/18/opinion/sunday/Jewish-women-Nazi-fighters.html

    https://www.judybatalion.com/

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  3. Roman Krznaric: Becoming a Better Ancestor - The Long Now

    Human beings have an astonishing evolutionary gift: agile imaginations that can shift in an instant from thinking on a scale of seconds to a scale of years or even centuries. The need to draw on our capacity to think long-term has never been more urgent, whether in areas such as public health care, to deal with technological risks, or to confront the threats of an ecological crisis.

    What can we do to overcome the tyranny of the now? The drivers of short-termism threaten to drag us over the edge of civilizational breakdown, while ways to think long-term are drawing us towards a culture of longer time horizons and responsibility for the future of humankind.

    Creating a cognitive toolkit for challenging our obsession with the here and now offers conceptual scaffolding for answering one of the most important questions of our time: How can we be good ancestors?

    —-Roman Krznaric

    Roman Krznaric is a public philosopher who writes about the power of ideas to change society.

    His newest book on the history and future of long-term thinking is The Good Ancestor: A Radical Prescription for Long-Term Thinking. Other books include Empathy, The Wonderbox and Carpe Diem Regained, which have been published in more than 20 languages.

    Krznaric founded the traveling Empathy Museum and is especially interested in the challenges of how we extend empathy to future generations. Roman Krznaric is also a Long Now Research Fellow.

    https://longnow.org/seminars/02020/oct/28/becoming-better-ancestor/

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  4. JLive Art: Joshua Meyer

    Artist Joshua Meyer is known for his thickly layered paintings of people, and for a searching, open-ended process. Meyer has been recognized with The Sustainable Arts Foundation Award, a Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant, as well as the Massachusetts Cultural Council’s Painting Fellowship. Joshua studied art at Yale University and The Bezalel Academy, and has exhibited in galleries and museums across the United States, Europe and Asia, including a solo exhibition, "Tohu vaVohu" at Hebrew College in Boston, and “Becoming" at the Yale Slifka Center and NYU Bronfman Center and the retrospective "Seek My Face" at UCLA’s Dortort Center. Meyer is represented by Lyons Wier Gallery in New York City, Rice Polak Gallery in Provincetown and Dolby Chadwick Gallery in San Francisco. His newest exhibit “Chronicity” opens at the Rice Polak Gallery on August 6th.

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