CHYE "K Factor" Podcast
In partnership with
to help you make the “Keli” (Vessel) to take your business aspirations to the next level.
"It’s all about the journey"
Dov got his start in business in the Morristown Public Library turning his curiosity for the blooming e commerce industry into a thriving online business. Utilizing his unique relationships with Chinese manufacturers a new electronics lifestyle company was born. Sharkk quickly became a nationally recognized brand sold in major box retailers across the country. After developing a unique company culture and an amazing team Sharkk was acquired by WeWork international. Dov now heads the WeWork retail department where he works with his team on developing products and programs for the next generation of Retail.
In this fascinating episode of the CHYE/ COLLIVE Kfactor podcast Dov discusses
- Where vision fits in to a company
- The role of business books
- The Value of Flexibility
- How to create a great company culture
- Allowing your personality to craft your company culture
- On overcoming self-inhibition
The Power Of Listening Featuring Zalman Stockm
As a proud member of the CHYE community, Zalman Stock is an accomplished entrepreneur CEO and Creative Director of Spotlight Design. Running his successful design company for over 22 years now -- Rabbi Werde interviews Zalman Stock about the wisdom that guided his path and vessel.
Where the Boundless Energy Flows Featuring David Farkash
In chinese dictionaries the word problem doesn’t exist -- only the word challenge according to David. As the 1st Keynote speaker for CHYE’s first event five years ago David “Dudi” Farkash joined Rabbi Yehoshua Werde on the K Factor to discuss how his journey as a businessman even when faced with the challenge of not speaking English. A truly inspirational conversation about the power of integrity and get up and go. Tune in and listen.
The Many Paths To Education and Success Featuring Joe Apfelbaum
The mantra of go to school, get your degree and then you succeed didn't apply to Joe Apfelbaum.
Although he was able to build several businesses that generated hundreds of thousands of dollars -- Joe says it wasn't until he was determined and focused on cultivating one idea long enough for it to take off, and this is what helped Joe break into the millions of dollars in revenue.
Joe found that even though he focused on building a type of business and was able to generate large revenue his biggest challenge was trusting people -- fearing that a sales rep might take his business model and start their own business Joe's fear was eventually calmed when he realized that not everybody wants to deal with the types of problems that come with owning a business. Tune in and hear the whole interview with Joe Apfelbaum.
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