Midori and Rabbi Shlomo Zalman Bregman candidly discuss how to understand men for a better relationship and marriage. This episode also reveals:
- Why he responds the way he does
- What, overarchingly, bugs him
- Where men are most vulnerable and fearful
- What needs to happen to allow your relationship to flourish
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Shlomo Zalman Bregman is the most followed and influential young Rabbi in the world.
He is an internationally recognized Torah scholar, #1 best-selling author, matchmaker, entrepreneur, attorney, and media personality.
Shlomo’s energetic and empowering messages currently reach over 350,000 people per week via his content on social media, New York City radio, and newspaper columns worldwide.
Owing to his global impact, media outlets such as the Huffington Post and Bloomberg Radio regularly refer to Shlomo as “the Jewish Tony Robbins.”
In the business world, Shlomo is the CEO of Bregman Success LLC, a popular Sales Training, Marketing, and Social Media Agency located in New York City.
Simultaneously, Shlomo also currently manages his own law firm — The Law Offices of Samuel M. Bregman — which specializes in Business Law, Immigration Law, and Litigation.
Shlomo is the most requested Jewish motivational speaker of his generation. His live seminars are considered “must-attend events” and continue to attract audiences from around the world.
While most of his public appearances take place in the NYC area — which he calls home — he is often invited to inspire audiences in cities such as Miami, Los Angeles, Chicago, St. Louis, Boston, Washington, Denver, Toronto and Mexico City.
Over the past 18 years, Shlomo has helped hundreds of thousands of individuals maximize their potential and attain greater fulfillment in all aspects of their lives.
A graduate of the Emory University School of Law, his colorful background includes conducting medical research at Harvard, a stint on Capitol Hill, and serving as Campus Rabbi at the University of Miami and Columbia University.
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