YOU ARE INVITED TO JOIN
You have a great idea or a project you are passionate about and want to make it happen this year
Your soul yearns to shine through and live its purpose by making this world better and more beautiful.
You need a system, accountability, and supportive people in your life to turn it into reality.
Sounds familiar? Then take ACTion with MasterACT Community (not a Masterclass or a Mastermind)
WHAT IS THE SECRET GROWTH BLUEPRINT?
In Chassidic thought, God’s laws of human psychology and action are all convoluted and mystified in coded Kabbalistic language. In reality, these are the truest ways we actually work and I find parallels for these millennia-old ideas in the latest psychological and neurological research
I am really excited to share these teachings with you in a practical way, based on my own experience.
In this program, we will follow the unique growth spiral of the year. During Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur we get an influx of consciousness and energy to accomplish our goals for this year. This growth potential is at first dormant, then set off starting on Chanuka. As the year unfolds, you will follow these specific milestones and harness their building-block power to achieve your goals by the summer, when everything comes into its full bloom.
We will also learn the Chassidic map of human psychology, which shows exactly how "where there is a will, there is a way," so that anything you set your heart on can become a reality.
WHO IS THIS LEAH?
Nice to meet you
Ever since I was a child, I've been looking to understand the inner workings of life, to see through the veneer of surroundings and circumstances, and find the real way things work.
Since I was born in the Soviet Union, I learned early on that what you see is not always what you get. That there are deeper truths behind everything. Despite the official anti-religious party line, I insisted on connecting in every way I could to our Jewish heritage.
Spending the summers in the Jewish village of my grandfather, I'd pick up words in Yiddish, exchanged by his friends.
My business education started when I was 9, during one of those summers. While staying with my grandfather, I "worked" at his market store. Watching him do business despite the Communist ban on private commerce, I inherited his trademark approach to leveraging even the most complicated situations. Although officially he ran a government second-hand shop, it was here that people came to sell and buy valuable, hard-to-get goods: hand-crafted clothes, estate jewelry, antiques, and items smuggled in from abroad. Dozens of families made a living with my grandfather's help. This became a lifelong lesson in finding treasures where nobody thought to look. Calculating with an abacus (Google it), customer service, and keeping one's mouth shut were other lessons imparted by my grandfather. His most memorable sentence? "Whoever eats alone, chokes."
After spending my teen years in the United States, I came to Israel for college. Living my formative years on 3 different continents honed my ability to adapt to cultures, yet maintain an outside perspective. In my coaching and consulting work, I translate these skills into empathy and non-judgmental listening, combined with critical analysis of situations.
I set up my first business in 2000, leveraging my 3 languages into a translation agency, which grew to include over 300 translators from all 5 continents, serving hundreds of clients in dozens of languages. Then, in 2014, I combined everything I had learned about confidence, goal-setting, achievement, and business development together with training in life coaching and business consulting (and a Master's in Organizational Psychology for good measure) to create a toolbox for helping women up their game in life and business.
All of these experiences have translated into a lifelong quest for the principles of a proactive, meaningful, eyes-wide-open life. I have found these by discovering the improbable, yet undeniable links between the secret teaching of Chassidic masters and the latest research in human and organizational psychology. Both of these schools of thought and the connections between them accompany me as I coach women, consult companies, teach Torah, and lead retreats in Israel and abroad.
Today it is my greatest joy to share what I have learned with other growth-oriented women like you.
Have a question? Email me at any time