July 6, 2021 | Business Meeting Recap

Jewish Moment – presented by Jacob Leiferman | Leiferman Enterprises

Jacob discussed the impact of antisemitism on the East Valley, noting that a Pediatric Specialist from a local hospital had disseminated a tweet sharing that Jews do not deserve to live on this planet.  Jacob shared that this tweet went viral – went through 32 countries – the impact that one comment can have is poisonous.  Despite her dismissal from the hospital, it is believed she was immediately hired elsewhere.  It is our responsibility to be mindful of media messages, but to also do our best not to fuel their fire.

Business Moment presented by Heather Rykowski | AIT Promotions

The Most Valuable Of All Talents Is To Never Use Two Words When One Will Do. (Thomas Jefferson).

Be Considerate, Not Curt.
Choose Your Words Wisely While Respecting Your Audience
Thoughtfully Select Your Words – be helpful with critiques
Watch The Idle Chatter
Stay Witty – no need to give up your sense of humor for brevity, humor can help communication stick and brighten someone’s day.
Leave The Brevity At Work – loosen up socially, after work, be yourself


Chabad of Gilbert has purchased a property on Greenfield & German near the LDS Temple.  They raised $374k to begin establishing a Jewish Community in Gilbert. (Rabbi Ash).

Attendees and 30 Second Commercials

Bruce Newman, CMIT Solutions
Cary Frumes, Life At McDowell Mountain and BeLocal
Shawn Bader, FACES Orthodontics
Jacob Leiferman, Leiferman Enterprises
Audrey Jung, LPC, Jung Psych Services, LLC
Lorrie Feld, AZ Realty Group
Michael Cohen, Barrett Financial
Cindy Gordon, Gordon Health Group, LLC
Eddie Pantiliat, Hymson, Goldstein, Pantiliat and Lohr
Ira Shapiro, Raintree Wealth Partnersr>
Jacquire Breger, Fine Breger Agency


Shoshana Roller, Abundance of Health, private nutrition coaching.
Stan Rykowski, AIT Promotions

Speaker – Plus Delta

A Jewish Group with a consistent membership that allows for the development of business friendships.
It’s nice to have Judaism as a commonality with the business people you are networking with.
The relationships we create with members of our group break down the barriers of referral – we KNOW that our connection will be well cared for.
The impact of our Jewish commonality is a sense of common Jewish Ethics.

Find a location that emphasizes quiet over distant
It would be nice to grow the group by 5 to 10 people.
Business Issue Challenge/Brainstorming Event
Make Elevator Pitch’s Intentional – offer a tip, personalize what you say each week.
Return to supporting each other’s community service projects and charity.
Consider price-point concerns when booking the venue.

Next Meeting: July 20,2021    Speaker: Audrey Jung, LPC, Jung Psych Services, LLC, counselor@audreyjung.com