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Jon fell into politics unexpectedly and rather by accident but has dedicated his ...

Jon fell into politics unexpectedly and rather by accident but has dedicated his
professional cycles to it ever since. He has made a name lately as photographer to the
stars (of NYC politics).

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    JON REZNICK:  How the Spectacular Catastrophic End to My Career and My Marriage Started My Life JON REZNICK: How the Spectacular Catastrophic End to My Career and My Marriage Started My Life Presentation Transcript

    • Jon REZNICKHow the Spectacular Catastrophic End toMy Career & My Marriage Started My Life@JReznickPhoto
    • How the SpectacularCatastrophic End to My Career and My Marriage Started My Life. http://jonreznick.com
    • INSERT SPECTACULARCATASTROPHICFAILURE HERE!
    • Burton Arthur Goldberg, 1924-2010
    • GOLDBERG--Burton A., May 18, 2010, World War II Veteran, aged 86. Survived by Rita Goldberg, his wife of 61 years, and children Andrew, Suzan, Joshua and Mitchell, and grandchildren Martin, Jonathan, Mollie, Scott, Alexander and Elizabeth. He was involved in the real estate business in New York, and in his retirement became a patron of the performing arts, especially in the field of dramatic writing, with involvements at NYU Tisch School of the Arts, Hunter College, The Lark Theatre Company, and The Jewish Museum. He also served on the board of The Academy of American Poets. Known for his lively sense of humor, he combined remarkable savvy as a businessman with a poetic spirit. He was a man of considerable substance.
    • "Badger hates Society, and invitations, and dinner, and all that sort of thing."Kenneth Grahame, The Wind in the Willows, Ch. 3
    • “So the sailboat, its back on?”
    • “There is nothing--absolutely nothing - half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats."Kenneth Grahame, The Wind in the Willows, Ch. 1
    • “Confidence is a lie you tellyourself until you are convincedenough that others believe you.”
    • “When you are upset and may despair, place both of your feet firmly on the floor and push down.”
    • "...if I dont make a conscious decision about how to think andwhat to pay attention to, Im going to be pissed and miserable..." -David Foster Wallace
    • “I want you to hit me as hard as you can.”
    • Here I am. (voyager into life). THANK YOU @jreznickphoto www.jonreznick.com