Ari Sytner

Ari Sytner

Sytner Consulting, Interventions & Therapy

Make 'em laugh, Make 'em cry & Make 'em think!

Ari Sytner interacts with audiences to inspire them to action. He focuses on creating healthy relationships at work and at home, with an emphasis on finding intrinsic purpose and goals. Ari is a CEO, author, educator, kidney donor and social worker.

Fee Range: Open
Travels from New York City, NY

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Ari Sytner
Rabbi Ari Sytner, M.Ed, LMSW - Motivational Speaker

Sytner Consulting, Interventions & Therapy

Make 'em laugh, Make 'em cry & Make 'em think!

Ari Sytner interacts with audiences to inspire them to action. He focuses on creating healthy relationships at work and at home, with an emphasis on finding intrinsic purpose and goals. Ari is a CEO, author, educator, kidney donor and social worker.

Fee Range: Open
Travels from New York City, NY

Ari Sytner - Motivational Speaker

Ari Sytner

Sytner Consulting, Interventions & Therapy

Make 'em laugh, Make 'em cry & Make 'em think!

Ari Sytner interacts with audiences to inspire them to action. He focuses on creating healthy relationships at work and at home, with an emphasis on finding intrinsic purpose and goals. Ari is a CEO, author, educator, kidney donor and social worker.

Fee Range: Open
Travels from: New York City, NY

For more information about booking Ari Sytner,
Visit http://www.speakermatch.com/profile/aris/
Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

Blog Postings

Breaking My Silence: A Kidney Donor Speaks Up

You’re at Starbucks during your lunch break when you realize you’ve forgotten your wallet at your desk. Feeling embarrassed, you turn to the coworker standing behind you on line and reluctantly ask, “do you mind paying for my coffee today?” If asking a friend to buy you a coffee can feel utterly embarrassing and uncomfortable, imagine the discomfort for a renal patient who must turn to a friend or neighbor and ask them for a kidney. While the guilt associated with such a request can often be crippling, what choice...read more...

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Like 2 Phones Passing in the Night: How to Fire Up Any Relationship

Do you prefer to text, rather than call? It seems that most of our daily communication today comes in written form. Why do we prefer to text and email people, instead of calling them?  Well, does it really matter in the end? After all, if the dry cleaning, groceries or children need to be picked up, does it really warrant a phone call if I can more efficiently just send a text message?  Why waste the extra time listening to the ringing of the phone as you wait for the...read more...

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How Apple’s New iPhone Can Help You Find Love and Prevent a Midlife Crisis

Oh, the outrage against Apple! With the long-awaited debut of the newest and best iPhone, Apple apparently disappointed millions of people with the release of the iPhone SE. To summarize, they have taken the previous iPhone 6 and put it into the even older casing of the smaller iPhone 5. Critics who were long awaiting the next big reveal were terribly disappointed by the very company who defined innovation. Yet, perhaps the problem is not with Apple, but with ourselves and consumer expectations. In 2007, we were transformed from a world with no...read more...

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Head-On Collision: How to Actually Win a Good Fight

Newton famously said that every action has an equal and opposite reaction. Yes, this applies to relationships, and the way people’s words and hostilities collide when fighting. When a couple fights, think of it as two freight trains racing toward one another. The stronger and faster they go, the more disastrous the impact will be. Plus, in all likelihood, at least one, if not both trains, will be severely damaged and even totally destroyed. Therefore, in order to win a fight, the goal is to avoid a collision altogether by...read more...

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It’s the Most Dysfunctional Time of the Year: Dealing with Family on the Holidays

The holiday season evokes many joyous emotions and memories. Yet, research repeatedly demonstrates the increased levels of stress, anxiety and depression. At the end of the day, when we gather among family, the experience for many is not one of joy, but dread. Sitting across the table from Grandma or Dad, and hearing a barrage of passive-aggressive questions just hurts.   What ever happened to that last boyfriend, I liked him? Are you still in that same job, I thought you have more potential than that? Any plans for a...read more...

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What is the One Word Needed for Happy Relationships?

Countless iconic leaders have boasted to the world how they've clawed their way to the top by setting goals, writing them down and tackling them one by one. Come on, let’s be realistic! Nobody, no matter how talented, can just predict and script their future. Failure is a crucial ingredient in the recipe for success! Disappointment is actually one of the greatest tools for learning how to grow stronger. Without a healthy amount of frustration, we cannot develop the resilience we really need to be successful. It is only through a hearty serving...read more...

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Is Religion Something to be Ashamed Of?

Religion often gets a bad rap. We live in a world where moderate religious folks rarely make the headlines. It is the radical extremists that always seem to get the bulk of the attention, making the rest of us look bad. With such a negative light cast on religion, why would anyone wish to be involved with faith or a religious community? Even in the mental health arena, religious people have historically been viewed as “unwell”. Sigmund Freud himself established this fundamental belief in the field of psychology. After all, if...read more...

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Here’s a Quick Way to Stop Those Embarrassing Texts

The pen was once mightier than the sword. Today, there is something even more dangerous – the send button. I am not afraid of the words I write, for they are easy to edit, undo and delete. The part that scares me is that little send button. It represents a tiny, but dangerous window between myself and the rest of the universe. Who hasn’t experienced the embarrassment of watching a text message being sent, just as your brain registers the autocorrected version of your text? Instead of telling someone, “...read more...

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How to Have a Business You Can be Proud of: Why Venture-Philanthropy is a Game-Changer

Years ago, an older man visited our synagogue once each month to make a modest donation. Although I thanked him each time, he always gave the same reply, “rabbi, please don’t thank me, I do it because I am selfish. I just enjoy the way I feel when I give charity”. Whether helping individuals or organizations, everyone has different motivations for why they donate, volunteer or help out. In the corporate world, there are new massive trends which encourage charity and volunteerism. Why would a company care whether their employees donate...read more...

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The Secret to Finding Meaning in Life

Treadmill + Shower + Coffee + Newspaper = Happiness? Who doesn’t love their morning routine? We all love habits, as they make life comfortable and cozy. Instead of having to confront the dreadful anxiety induced by facing the unknown, we can simply find a soothing rhythm and live within the confines of that comfort zone. Yet, there is a downside to living a robotic existence. When we settle into a life of complacency, it can quickly become stale, and at best, we will strive for mediocrity. How do we overcome...read more...

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