Anna Roth, MD was born in Germany, studied Medicine in Germany and received her resident training afterwards in England and in New York. After 09-11 she decided to live in Israel and was working in Poriya Hospital near Tiberias until 04-2005. As Dr. Roth began to recognize the limitations of Western Medicine she decided to study Chinese Medicine with a special interest in Medicine and Kabbala. You can now take advantage of the healing techniques and medical wisdom that Dr. Roth will be presenting in her classes.
Dr. Roth gives classes live from Israel on NoahideNations.com
The Art of Motivating Employees
Could a simple five-minute interaction with another person dramatically increase your weekly productivity?In some employment environments, the answer is yes, according to Wharton management professor Adam Grant. Grant has devoted significant chunks of his professional career to examining what motivates workers in settings that range from call centers and mail-order pharmacies to swimming pool lifeguard squads.
Turning Grief Into Giving
My friends decided that I needed to get out at least once a week and so we started going for coffee. Those friends helped me get through that terrible first year and still continue to help me.
The Story of Change
"Ive come to see that we have two parts to ourselves; its almost like two muscles -- a consumer muscle and a citizen muscle. Our consumer muscle, which is fed and exercised constantly, has grown strong: So strong that "consumer" has become our primary identity, our reason for being. Were told so often that were a nation of consumers that we dont blink when the media use "consumer" and "person" interchangeably."
7 Reasons Why Not Making Mistakes Is The Biggest Mistake
The FEAR of being nothing, achieving nothing and becoming nothing should be way bigger than the fear of making mistakes.A life spent making mistakes is not only more honorable, but more useful than a life spent doing nothing. ~ George Bernard Shaw
Food People Power
For many years, people living in West Oakland had accepted eating unhealthy food as a way of life. That is, until a small group of people decided to change their community through Mandela MarketPlace, a non-profit that partners with local residents and rural, minority farmers to bring fresh agricultural produce to their local corner stores. Mandela MarketPlace now represents the difference that youth can make by challenging prevailing paradigms - you CAN select what you put in your body.