Last updated on May 15, 2019 - My Free Marketing newsletter 👀
Every Friday, I host a Shabbat for my friends, family, business associates, and other people I like or want to get to know.
Here’s a picture I did from a recent shabbat with friends — including Neville Medhora, David Hauser, David Kelly, and Billy Murphy.
The point of our Shabbat is to go DEEP into conversations, help each other in business… and just relax after a long week.
Shabbat isn’t only if you’re Jewish. Anyone can do their own Friday dinner to grow relationships and business partnerships.
Today, I’m going to show you how I do my Shabbat — so you can copy it.
Here are the 14 key parts:
Challenge: Instead of doing the same stuff this Friday, host a dinner party this weekend. How did it go? Leave a comment below.
Hey Noah! I arranged a Friday night dinner for six of us in London last night at my placeinspired by your Shabbat format. I adapted the agenda a little (made it more 'British'!) but the essence of it was still there - and it went brilliantly. No one wnated to leave! We've all agreed to do it again. Thanks for the tips - and keep going with the podcast!
Stealing for this weekend 🙂
I like this concept. I realized, that people – good friend "deep friends" (if you know what I mean) is what I am missing. Not saying I am weirdo without a friends. But I mean this concept of friend coming for dinner is great. My long term goal is to establis new connections and friendships. Calm dinner is super cool, BUT I dont't know how to establish agenda without freaking people out. Or without looking like some kind of fanatic... 🙂
Tips would be great. Definetly think, that deeper friendships is something what modern wester society is kind of lacking.
Love this idea, what would you say is an ideal number of people so side conversations don't occur and everyone feels involved?
Great episode! I’ll definitely be hosting a dinner like this. I also like the tip about one table. I’d never heard of it before this podcast, and will definitely try it out on my future travels.
Cheers and dilly dilly!
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