If You Love Something, Give It Away: The Maestro Program

Mamacita says:  A huge thank-you to Super Cool School for posting this video.

Billy Madison‘s speech made everyone in the room dumber, but  Itay Talgam not only makes the world smarter: he makes the world smile.  Somehow, watching this gentleman makes me feel better about the world, and even about. . . me.  And that, my friends, is some kind of miracle.  Mr. Talgam, you rock.  Wow.

If social media is all about building trust-based community, music must then  be an embodiment of social media.

Enjoy.


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If You Love Something, Give It Away: The Maestro Program — 4 Comments

  1. I came to these books late in life. My wife was a big fan when she was a little girl, and so she made sure that our girls had them. As my previous exposure was the TV show, I was surprised to find out just how much of a journey they made.

    I agree 100% about the history lessons there. Then again, a firsthand account is usually more enlightening than any history text.

    Customer service is something that I demand from anyone who wants me to pay them for a service. For that reason I no longer deal with several businesses (Walgreens, Sprint, AT&T, Shop ‘n Save, Dobbs,) while some others have earned my commitment because of their willingness to do whatever it took to resolve an issue: Directv, Verizon, and Schnucks come leaping to mind.

  2. I came to these books late in life. My wife was a big fan when she was a little girl, and so she made sure that our girls had them. As my previous exposure was the TV show, I was surprised to find out just how much of a journey they made.

    I agree 100% about the history lessons there. Then again, a firsthand account is usually more enlightening than any history text.

    Customer service is something that I demand from anyone who wants me to pay them for a service. For that reason I no longer deal with several businesses (Walgreens, Sprint, AT&T, Shop ‘n Save, Dobbs,) while some others have earned my commitment because of their willingness to do whatever it took to resolve an issue: Directv, Verizon, and Schnucks come leaping to mind.

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