This past week I asked close to 50 people to think of something that they want to improve at over this coming year.

A whopping 100% (!!!) thought of something that they’re really bad at and is extremely difficult for them. This is often how we think. We know what we’re bad at and want to change it, but when we approach it head on, we often fail and remain in the exact same place.

So, how do we create real change? How do we become the best version of ourselves possible?

Join me as we look at the novel approach of Rav Kook to teshuva. He presents a comfortable and practical method to real self-actualization!

As always, feel free to reach out with any questions or topic requests.

Happy Listening!

Rabbi Moshe

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