We just celebrated Memorial Day weekend. Whether you spent time with family enjoying a holiday BBQ, picnicking in the park, or taking a leisurely boat ride with friends, Memorial Day weekend was a time to relax, recharge, & regroup. It was a time to enjoy and get us ready for new opportunities that come […]
There are many stories to share when you work in a family business and I’d like to share a little bit about mine. I worked with my husband and two of my sons for 15 years. I loved everything about it as it was an extension of my family, only we now moved from […]
My apologies for not blogging for some time, but there have been many changes in my life. The transition of my business and personal life from Connecticut to Florida took much longer than anticipated and I want to share my story with you.
One year and a half ago we moved to Florida. Arty had […]
My daughter Tracy blows me away.
She co-owns Yogapata with her husband Mitchel. Their studio is a spiritual sanctuary where students come and nourish their body and their soul
She recently spoke before a women’s organization, Believe Inspire Grow on how to manifest the work you love and the relationships you desire through yoga. Tracy told […]
Network, Network, Network
I love to network!
I was at LaGuardia Airport waiting for my daughter to arrive from Burlington, Vermont where she was a freshman at the University. Her flight was delayed and to kill time I decided to park myself at a bar close to the arrival gate. Sitting down next to two gentlemen […]
I woke with a start. The red neon numbers glared 2:00am on my clock. Staring at the ceiling fan silently turning above my head, my mind began to wander. We had recently started our family business and as the marketer I was driven to making Arthur D. levy & Co. a household name. New […]
What’s Your Story?
I recently read an article about the power of story telling for your family business. Prior to reading it I had never given this thought. With family businesses being the backbone of our country – (90% of all businesses are family owned) there are many stories to be told.
I co-founded and was […]
I must have writer’s block. I want to blog but I’m not sure what to write about and confused as to who is my audience. While I think my past blogs have been informative, transparent, and enlightening, who in cyber space is reading them? Is it the working women, stay at home moms, women […]
I’m not sure why I haven’t written my blog since last May, perhaps I had writer’s block, or maybe I was caught up in the lazy hazy days of summer. Regardless of why, I am back and I am excited to continue where I left off; bringing attention to the issues that we face […]
“It’s mine, it’s mine”, I recall one of the members of my organization, The Family Business Council of Greater New York tell me about an argument she had with her brother. They were fighting over a stapler. The stapler represented a toy they fought over when they were kids. Power vs control?
This is one of many stories that typify conflicts in a family business. Conflicts between siblings, conflicts between a husband and wife, conflicts between father’ and son, father and daughter – it doesn’t matter as it all comes down to the same thing; power vs control. […]