The Frum Entrepreneur is a podcast created for you, the Orthodox Jewish Entrepreneur, or Small Business Owner. If you are looking for inspiration, motivation, and ACTIONABLE advice during your daily commute, workout, or "me" time, Nachum Kligman delivers each and every episode. Episodes include interviews with successful Entrepreneurs who share their journey: Their failures, moments of Hashgacha Protis & Siyata Deshimaya, successes, and much more. Episodes will also include startup companies that are looking for advice and funding as well as Nachum sharing his experiences in the trenches. As Orthodox Jews we run our businesses according to a different set of rules than the rest of the business world. Each podcast episode will inspire you in ruchniyos and gashmius. Recorded in Bet Shemesh, Israel, The Frum Entrepreneur broadcasts around the world and features interviews with other members of the tribe around the world. Listen. Learn. Be Matzliach!
63: "Rabbi Fitness" Hershel Praeger
In this Episode Nachum has a conversation with Rabbi Hershel Praeger AKA Rabbi Fitness. The Coronavirus has affected so many people. In this Episode we cover the pivots Hershel has had to make to keep his business going while also preparing for the future. A must listen to for any personal trainers or those in a similar field.
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WhatsApp (516) 331-0235
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You're invited to receive a FREE 1-on-1 Personal Training Consultation! We'll discuss your goals and the challenges that have prevented you from achieving or maintaining them. From there, you'll learn exactly how to achieve success despite the challenges that seem to keep getting in your way!
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In this Episode Nachum talks about his thoughts on the Coronavirus and how it affects businesses. He talks about Parnossa, Moshiach, and what this podcast can do to help.
61: Interview with Zalman Goldstein Publisher at The Jewish Learning Group
What an incredible episode! You will hear the story of Zalman Goldstein who is among other things a musician, publisher, author and communications director. Zalman is a brother to Rabbi Yisroel Goldstein from Chabad of Poway California and who’s shul was recently attacked. Zalman dived in and was key in crafting and coordinating communications between…
Interview with Duvi Honig
Duvi Honig is a powerhouse in the Frum Entrepreneur world! He is behind dozens of initiatives and for over a decade he has been focused on bringing jobs and helping entrepreneurs succeed to our community. He is the Founder of the Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce and is by far the best networker I have ever met. He has a never say no attitude and, in this episode,, we get to for the first time hear his story starting from when he was a teen, to how the Chamber got started and what the future still holds.
59: Interview with Zeesha Littman from GoSimcha.com
Zeesha Littman is synonymous with marketing to the frum world. He lead growth for OnlySimchas.com and lead them to huge traffic and even more revenue! He has since launched his own company GoSimcha.com which is the ultimate database for everything you would need for any type of simcha or event. He also has launched the…
58: Interview with Joe Apfelbaum, CEO of Ajax Union
Get ready to be mojovated!! In this episode I interview Joe Apfelbaum, CEO of Ajax Union, one of the fastest growing private companies in America! We discuss everything from how he got started, his entrepreneurial family, how set-up your company for success and then an incredibly inspiring story on how he lost almost 100lbs and…
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I Love This Show!
Great Podcast by a Great Host! Always full of Practical Advice & Great Ideas. I Only Wish That There Would Be New Episodes Every Week!
This podcast is super informative:) It perfectly blends tried and tested business advice with practical applications through the lens and filter of the Jewish mind.
Never features women in the interviews