“Orit has brought a whole new sense of clarity and direction to our organization. While passion fuels so much of the work we do, Orit brings a unique set of skills to help us structure and create steps towards fulfilling our vision in a sustainable manner .Beyond being an incredibly insightful listener, Orit adopts your organization as her own and becomes a team captain and cheerleader daring you to develop it to new heights. We have been so enriched by her professionalism and recommend her with the highest of praise.”
Rabbi Zalman Bluming
Executive Director Chabad of Durham /Chapel Hill
(Chabad is the fastest growing Jewish organization in the world)
“Having never worked with an executive coach before, I did not really know what to expect. With Orit, my experience was beyond valuable. She has a wonderful way of distilling my concerns and situations and giving me useful, constructive tools for dealing with them, be it issues with a co-worker, supervisee, or even my own leadership. Her words still resonate with me on an almost daily basis as I interact with my staff, and my work with her gave me such confidence in my own skills and leadership style. I’m forever grateful – if I could have her coaching me every day, I would!”
Community Triangle Foundation
Director of Philanthropic Services
“I contacted Orit when I wanted to make some changes in my life. I had a career but something was missing. I had a lot of ideas how to fill up that missing place. Orit helped me sort out my ideas, and decide which of them are only dreams, and maybe worth keeping as such, and which are worth pursuing. Orit became my positive reinforcement, my deadlines overseer, my organizing support (I thought I was organized by myself, but I learned that it is always helpful to have someone else involved in your life). Presently, I have well defined goals, but I plan to work with Orit in the near future on the dreams that we all have and sometimes never purse, because we don’t have time or person to talk to.”
Anna Klein, April 2011
I am of the nature to grow old.
There is no way to escape growing old.
I am of the nature to have ill-health.
There is no way to escape having ill-health.
I am of the nature to die.
There is no way to escape death.
All that is dear to me and everyone I love
areof the nature to change.
There is no way to escape being separated from them.
I inherit the results of my actions in body, speech, and mind.
My actions are the ground on which I stand.
Over 2,500 years ago, the Buddha taught his monks to recite this contemplation
every morning so that the monks would be grounded in what is true and real.
Everything is impermanent. We have and own nothing but our actions.
Our actions are our true belongings. (Buddha)