The art of Small Talk etiquette: Sukkot Edition

The art of Small Talk etiquette: Sukkot Edition

From:  | 02.10.2017

Sukkot, or in its official name “The Festival of Sukkot” is a holiday like no other, where we relocate ourselves to a temporary home, the sukkah itself, built under the sky, where we spend our time, meals and even sleep! On top of it all, it’s a festival of endless hosting circles, people coming and going, visitors from all walks of lives and all circles of our business and social lives.

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Guest etiquette for Sukkot

Guest etiquette for Sukkot

From:  | 01.10.2017

There’s a communal and mystical aspect of the festival of Sukkot that includes inviting guests into our home, including complete strangers that we help preform the mitzvah of sitting and eating in the Sukkah. We wish to fill our Sukkah with guests and the biblical sources provides a specific list about who should be include: men and women, boys and girls, employees, colleagues and workers, widows, and orphans and also the less fortunate among our community or in the words of the Rambam: “When on

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Apologizing Around the World

Apologizing Around the World

From: Tami Lancut Leibovitz | 28.09.2017

The Jewish culture provides us an annual opportunity, served on a silver plate, a chance to redeem ourselves and apologize to someone we love that we hurt this year, a chance to reach out and say sorry for our wrong doings. Apologizing isn’t easy and there’s are tens of ways to do it, some are better than others. The ideal way is to apologize face to face, the most respectable way – when someone can see your body language, your smile, then he feels your full regret and feel your sincerity. In

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Passover and Business Etiquette

Passover and Business Etiquette

From: Tami Lancut Leibovitz | 12.02.2017

The Jewish Passover happens to coincide with the Christian holiday, Easter, and it is recommend that you take the time to wish your non-Israeli clients and colleagues a happy holiday as well. Our world has long become a “global village”, and the boundaries between different religions and cultures have been long gone… expand your horizons,and don’t be afraid to take part in and appreciate customs that are different from yours. The second principles instilled in us through Passover is freedom. We are told each of us must see ourselves as if we ourselves escaped the shackles of slavery, and become true to our own conscious and self. In my opinion, this is a great time to “clean our image”, be honest with who we are and where we are headed, and become enthusiastic in achieving our personal goals.

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Passover and Business Hosting Etiquette

Passover and Business Hosting Etiquette

From: Tami Lancut Leibovitz | 12.02.2017

The Jewish Passover happens to coincide with the Christian holiday, Easter, and it is recommend that you take the time to wish your non-Israeli clients and colleagues a happy holiday as well. Our world has long become a “global village”, and the boundaries between different religions and cultures have been long gone… expand your horizons,and don’t be afraid to take part in and appreciate customs that are different from yours.

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Rosh hashanah

Rosh hashanah

From:  | 21.11.2010

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gifts for rosh hashanah

gifts for rosh hashanah

From:  | 22.11.2010

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happy new year

happy new year

From:  | 22.11.2010

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mourning around the world

mourning around the world

From:  | 09.11.2010

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family day

family day

From:  | 23.02.2012

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Mother's day

Mother's day

From:  | 03.02.2011

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Tu Bishvat

Tu Bishvat

From:  | 17.01.2011

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Shavuot

Shavuot

From:  | 02.06.2011

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bastille day

bastille day

From:  | 14.07.2011

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Independence Day

Independence Day

From:  | 29.11.2010

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Prom etiquette

Prom etiquette

From:  | 23.06.2011

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ritual circumcision

ritual circumcision

From:  | 07.11.2010

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Eid al-Adha

Eid al-Adha

From:  | 23.11.2010

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Ramadan

Ramadan

From:  | 22.11.2010

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Tu B'Av

Tu B'Av

From:  | 23.11.2010

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Holocaust Memorial Day

Holocaust Memorial Day

From:  | 29.11.2010

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grieving

grieving

From:  | 08.11.2010

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barbecue

barbecue

From:  | 24.11.2010

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Passover questions

Passover questions

From:  | 01.12.2010

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cheese etiquette

cheese etiquette

From:  | 25.05.2012

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Rosh hashanah

Rosh hashanah

From:  | 21.11.2010

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Lag Ba'Omer

Lag Ba'Omer

From:  | 24.11.2010

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New Year's Eve

New Year's Eve

From:  | 29.12.2010

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valentine day

valentine day

From:  | 24.11.2010

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Purim

Purim

From:  | 24.11.2010

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Menu

Menu

From:  | 05.04.2011

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Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year

From:  | 28.11.2010

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Halloween

Halloween

From:  | 28.11.2010

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Tu Bishvat

Tu Bishvat

From:  | 17.01.2011

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Yom Kippur

Yom Kippur

From:  | 21.11.2010

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Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas

From:  | 22.11.2010

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hanukkah

hanukkah

From:  | 22.11.2010

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Passover

Passover

From:  | 23.11.2010

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Mimuna

Mimuna

From:  | 23.11.2010

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Sukkot

Sukkot

From:  | 25.11.2010

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jelly doughnut

jelly doughnut

From:  | 28.11.2010

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beaujolais

beaujolais

From:  | 20.12.2010

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Passover

Passover

From:  | 02.04.2012

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