Ep 7: How to become GREAT at something, with R' Shlomo Seidenfeld by Rabbi Jacob Rupp published on 2017-08-01T11:01:06Z Starting with his own personal story of getting involved in Torah study and how that ultimately brought him to business and Jewish outreach, Rabbi Shlomo Seidenfeld shares much of the wisdom he’s gleaned from being involved in various aspects of Jewish life. In this week’s episode, Rabbi Seidenfeld delves into the topic of sourcing your spirituality in your everyday life, and how each individual can make that work for him/herself. He speaks about how, in his own work with students and professionals, he answers one of the toughest questions in kiruv “why do I need Torah to be a good person?” and explains how the answer surprisingly applies to all areas of life. Finally, Rabbi Seidenfeld shares what he believes are universal themes in learning and teaching that speak to all ages, from millennials to mid-lifers. What you’ll learn: What does it take to go from being good at something, to being great at it. An example of what relevant lessons we can learn from the stories in the Chumash. The key to understanding Jewish education today. The important role parents play in teaching their children about the significance of being Jewish. Which groups need particular attention in Jewish outreach and how to speak to them so they’ll listen.