Morning Minute Musing Series

My Morning Minute Musing series began in May 2020, as I began my position as Director of Pastoral Care at a senior living facility. The origin of my Morning Minute Musing Series came about due to my having done a previous video series project in the spring of 2020, and my desire to continue publishing videos on a daily or near-daily basis related to professional matters. Here is an in-progress listing of the videos in this series:

Introduction
#1 – I Have Not Utilized Sefaria As Much As I Could Be
#2 – Meeting Masked Faces When Starting a New Job
#3 – Wearing Masks
#4 – Sympathy for The Silent Generation’s Lack of Technological Ability to Stay in Touch with the World
#5 – ?
#6 – It can be tough to see the lack of movement for seniors during the pandemic
#7 – Using Sefaria Source Sheets as Scaffolding for Writing
#8 – “Everyone Should Learn Real Estate” clip from Coffee & Commerce
#9 – An insight as to how to respond to “I’m sorry to have taken up your time”
#10 – Moving into unexpected content territory for podcast
#11 – Learning a lot about dementia
#12 – Zoom Funerals
#12 (#2?) – One’s own brand at work and social media policies
#13 – Excited to See Hospice Chaplains at the Senior Living Facility Where I work
#14 – Put Content Online
#15 – Social Media and Work
#16 – Work & work/life experience with different age groups
#17 – Working while fasting
#18 – Crossing streams on LinkedIn
#19 – Developing relationships with different demographics
#20 – CPE? Would love to!
#21 – Two words that Gary Vaynerchuk misuses
#22 – Hat Days at Work are a Great Opportunity for Building Brand Awareness
#23 – An opportunity for developing chaplaincy skills
#24 – Just say yes or no
#25 – Death isn’t always sudden or melodramatic
#26 – Still a “new” employee after 3 months…or not?
#27 – Finally created a real estate website
#28 – Policing mask-wearing as a chaplain
#29 – Posting Comments on LinkedIn Has Great Upside
#30 – Emailing following vacation
#31 – Getting tested at work on an ongoing basis for COVID-19 is helpful
#32 – Empathy has been hugely instrumental in my current job
#33 – The protections for residents in senior living facilities has been taking a toll
#34 – A Surprising Gender Preference
#35 – Pivoting for the Holidays
#36 – Some observations about Jewish video content on YouTube
#37 – Beginning to see a lot more Jewish content on YouTube
#38 – New PPE Requirements
#39 – My Favorite Day of the Week: Tuesday
#40 – The Excitement in My Life In Recent Days: Filmora X
#41 – Pivoting with PPE at Work
#42 – Uncertainty Today
#43 – Being present for a mourner in-person while watching the Zoom graveside service of a spouse
#44 – Coffee Meetings During a Pandemic
#45 – Helping out residents with technology as a chaplain
#46 – Attending a Funeral & a Burial
#47 – Feeling a void after the passing of a resident
#48 – Finally Tidying-Up YouTube Channels
#49 – Not Relying on Editing for Videos
#50 – No Longer New on the Job After 6 Months
#51 – Experimenting with Star Wars-related content on LinkedIn
#52 – Content on LinkedIn isn’t always sales pitches
#53 – The Term “Overthinking” is Peculiar To Me
#54 – Finally Taking YouTube Seriously
#55 – Providing Information On Projects
#56 – Discovering YouTube as an Awareness Play
#57 – Thankful/grateful for some firsts
#58 – Analysis Paralysis
#59 – Thank you, Lucasfilm, for closing out 2020 strongly
#60 – My Greatest Weakness: Lack of Monetizing Content
#61 – Answering “What’s New?”
#62 – Goodbye, 2020
#63 – Happy first Monday of 2021
#64 – Excited for this first Tuesday of 2021
#65 – Newfound Appreciation for “Do or do not; there is no try”
#66 – Getting Things Done (and Patience)
#67 – “And” as a quasi-filler term?
#68 – Glad to Get Vaccinated
#69 – Three Key Aspects For Video-Speaking
#70 – I love feedback
#71 – Balancing Getting Things Done with Interpersonal Interactions
#72 – Loss of a Boss
#73 – Glad to Have Taken a Break from Podcasting
#74 – Now using outlines for podcasting
#75 – Whoops – I haven’t been pushing out more awareness of my podcast😮
#76 – Using New Social Media Tools
#77 – Reactions to the COVID-19 vaccination
#78 – Rabbinic Branding Should be Taught at Rabbinical Schools
#79 – Are “Vaccinated” Shirts at Work Braggy?
#80 – Excited to discover uploading videos to Academia.edu!
#81 – Developing Self-Awareness
#82 – Reputation=Brand?
#83 – Happily Surprising Feedback on COVID-19 Testing Videos
#84 – Publishing Videos to Academia.Edu Not Just Simply Because It’s Another Platform
#85 – Excited to Find Out About OBS
#86 – Having been on the job for 9 months, I can’t help but think about trimesters
#87 – Apparently, social media algorithms do not like quantity 😥
#88 – Rabbis and Technology
#89 – Rabbinic Branding: Identifying Content Niche
#90 – Rabbinic Branding: Identifying Style/Characteristics
#91 – Rabbinic Branding Deployment
#92 – Clapping it up for Kevin Feige & Marvel Studios
#93 – Raising up many students
#94 – Quashing Covid Rumors at Work
#95 – Carousel of Masks
#96 – Not interested in “This user posted for the first time in a while”
#97 – It is helpful to have good wifi in one’s office
#98 – Beginning to Transition from Pandemic Mode
#99 – Bye, Face Shield
#100 – Clergy can visit!
#101 – Transition! (& Anxiety)
#102 – Cataloguing to Avoid Duplicating
#103 – Zoom Meetings Helping Prepare for IRL Meetings?
#104 – Why Bother with Instagram Stories?
#105 – Instagram Story Highlights?
#106 – Teaching Source-Based Classes In-Person Again
#107 – Growing Beyond a Podcast
#108 – Create a Separate Brand for a Passion Project or Keep It Within My Own Media Streams? Why Not Both?
#109 – COVID-19 Exposure & Precautions
#110 – Stepping-up my PPE for a Couple of Weeks
#111 – Curious about BitClout
#112 – Experimenting & Learning How to Market to Seniors
#113 – Transitioning to Referrals
#114 – Getting Press Coverage is Great, Except When They Attribute Factual Inaccuracies To You
#115 – Remembering Names Goes Far
#116 – Beginning to Pivot Away From Success
#117 – Excited About Coffee/Espresso Machine at Work
#118 – Increasing PPE at Work
#119 – 3 Quick Things I Have Learned in One Year at a Senior Living Facility
#120 – Dipping My Toes Into Cryptocurrencies & NFTs