Inside Coach Rav’s Head

· Among the fundamental responsibilities of each of us, is leading a life of meaning and honor.

· It is my considered opinion that Istanbul is a “Must Visit” city for anyone wishing to clothe themselves in history, intrigue unique culture, passion, captivating scenery, truly nice inhabitants and a large collection of wonderful places to dine.

· During my visit to Istanbul, Turkey I dined at some truly quality restaurants: Kosebast (Nisantasi, Topaz, Park Fora, Gelik, Reina

· The pharmaceutical companies are recession proof. People take medication despite economic difficulties.

· Two types of days to strive for…Productive and Creative.

· It’s painful to watch the evening news on television. For me it’s much too bias, negative, depressing and often lacking in facts.

· How do you define success as it relates to your life on earth?

· Question… Are you really who you say you are?

· Be in constant search for the inspiration needed to have a positive impact on the world.

· Late into my life, I decided there was real value in allowing myself to be vulnerable to people, places and things.

· Who among us are passive observers of their lives?

· A peaceful state of mind…accepting our failures and disappointments

· The world can shape us, if we allow it to…Is that good or bad?

· Courage is a skill.

· A 16 year old young man, stood, glazing out of window of his dad’s law office on the 50th floor of a downtown building. Moments later, he asked himself a most relevant question, “Where have all of our leaders gone?”

· I sincerely believe our children would be much better off if adults told them the truth.

· The other day I asked myself, “what do you want to do when you grow up?”

· Please don’t misuse my love. It’s the best gift I have to give.

· If you don’t know where you are going, how do you know when you arrive?

· An eighth grade teacher told me, “Love everyone…Trust a few, but always paddle your own canoe.”

· The internet allows us to convert information into knowledge.

· Our society is in need of more caring citizens.

· Each of us possess the necessary ability to make a positive difference in our own unique way.

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