We all have heard this phrase, and many of us have had to internalize it during very emotional moments in business and relationships. Nate and Hershy discuss the concept in a unique way; they believe it’s not a given that you should lose the battle as the battle might actually BE the war. Do you say how you really feel, and damn the consequences? They mince no words and throw out very strong ideas regarding whether anyone even has to take a particular side on this at all. No spoiler alert; you’ll need to listen all the way through and judge for yourself. I will warn you, don’t expect the typical reactions to what the battle & war phrase means. Then again, since when is there anything typical about Nate and Hershy in front of a mic? Enjoy!
Listen as Nate and Hershy provide an in-depth discussion on the implications of people suddenly changing their value system and its impact on the world around them. Using the backdrop of a major event at Humblebrag where a former podcaster does the unthinkable – asking and receiving approval to have all his podcasts (amazing conversation mind you) removed from the site never to be heard again by listeners. Nate and Hershy delve into that event and then explore issues surrounding the consequences when one person in a relationship significantly changes and does or does not share that with their partner. Listen on…
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Today we have a dialogue with Motty Surkis who transitioned from the ultra-Orthodox world of New Square to become a trucker. But that’s not all! Motty then started training to be a runner. He is now an athlete who has changed his whole life, both religiously and physically. Tune in to hear Motty recount his old days and the decisions that brought him to where he is today.