Living Dangerously – redefining what a Rabbis Wife can do
Being a Rebbetzin (Rabbi’s Wife), having an open home, looking after 4 amazing children and being a role model to the community
Also being a CEO – with a big hairy audacious goal (BHAG) of helping people die with dignity and helping people live with dementia – Focussing on their abilities and celebrating their differences
Living Dangerously – Redefining what a rebbetzin can doTamar was surprised when a woman said – “what dreams did you have before you were a rabbis wife!”
“I have the same dreams now that I had before I was married – I now have a husband, community and friends that can support and help me achieve those dreams!
The woman was confused – but that’s ok because Tamar likes confused people!
On Raising CapitalYou think Colonel Sanders had it bad looking to raise money for Kentucky fried chicken!!!
Try looking for money for a venture being –
- A Female
- And a Rabbis wife
A love for innovation and disruption in her field and an unswerving mission to disrupt her field and allow people with dementia to live and die with dignity.
The trifecta! After 63 rejections and 100s of meetings – she raised the seed money to build our first home – and now have 13 homes around NSW – helping over 100 souls with dementia along their journey with dignity, support and unconditional love.
Some key takeouts :-
Inclusion for diversity and difference
Disruption where we dare to be different
Pushing the boundaries of opportunity
We need to celebrate our differences
We need to find the commonality.
Where can we be connected and create community?
The world looks to us how we do community and tribe – we need to be an example to the rest of the world – we need to be at the forefront of innovation, be different , but with rock solid values with 1 underlying theme –
“Treat others the way you would like to be treated”Posted on May 29, 2018