Author: Judy Yaron PhD

Judy Yaron PhD is a Pedagogical Artist who creates Learning. After an adventurous career of almost thirty years in Education in three continents, she is using lessons learnt from the people she met from all walks of Life to help others spin their know-how into gold, by transforming their knowledge and experiences into instructional products that touch the heart. As a Sabra, Israeli born and bred, her style is prickly, frank and unapologetic. BUT, that is only on the outside. Inside, like the fruit of the Sabra, she is soft, sweet, generous and kind. If you want to be sure, – check her out at Cut the Crap Solutions - http://www.cutthecrapsolutions.com.

Had An Affair and Got Sacked by @humblyhuman

by Judy Yaron PhD  | Featured Contributor It wasn’t blind passion or the thrill of something new and unknown. It was love that led me there, day after day. What we had, what we shared was special. The words, “Don’t leave. Stay here with me,” filled my heart with joy and made me come alive. […]

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Working Girls by @humblyhuman

by Judy Yaron PhD | Featured Contributor You know what they say: When you ASSUME you make an ASS out of U and ME. I attended the conference. As my funds were limited, there was no way I could stay at the Hilton, where it was being held. “What’s the big deal?” I thought to […]

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How to speak to your Guests’ PAIN POINT when it really really hurts – Do’s and Don’ts by @humblyhuman

by Judy Yaron PhD | Featured Contributor They say that effective Marketing is about providing a solution to your Guest’s PAIN POINT. When the PAIN POINT is emotionally stressful, when it’s gnawing at the core of one’s being, which is so often the case with products related to personal development, well-being and even entrepreneurship, speaking to IT can […]

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Telling Me My Whole Life Was A Mistake Wasn’t The Best Way To Gain My TRUST. How Do YOU Build TRUST With Your Tribe?

by Judy Yaron PhD | Featured Contributor 1981. I was pushing 30: multi-talented, multi-passionate, with a university degree, a husband, two children, a dog and … I was totally lost. A year or so earlier I quit a Graduate program in Literature for the second time (with two littlies, a job, and a husband, working and […]

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