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Jonathan Horowitz

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41 - Interview with Jonathan Horowitz - Founder of Convive Hospitality Consulting

OrderUp - The Restaurant Ops Show

In this episode we interview Jonathan Horowitz, Founder of Convive Hospitality Consulting. We have a great conversation about his new project and how he built a wine bar empire as a lawyer.To learn more about Convive Hospitality Consulting: https://convivehc.comTo learn more about OpsAnalitica, Click Here: https://OpsAnalitica.com

49mins

2 Apr 2021

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Restaurants Re-Opening - Jonathan Horowitz Convive Hospitality CEO

Houston's Morning News w/ Shara & Jim

4mins

19 Mar 2021

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November Was Really Bad For Restaurants - Jonathan Horowitz

Houston's Morning News w/ Shara & Jim

4mins

15 Jan 2021

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Episode 168 - Jonathan Horowitz of Convive Hospitality Consulting

What's Eric Eating

Check out Eric's latest articles at Culturemap.com, such as: Classic Houston Comfort Food Restaurant Shutters on Washington Avenue 4 Houston Bars Temporarily Lose Licenses Due to TABC Violations Houston's 'Sugar Fairy' Reopens Popular Heights-Area Bakery Houston's 'Bread Man' Rises with Hot New Grocery Store Partnership Longtime Rice Village Restaurant Shutters to Make Way for Local Market Sizzling New Brazilian Steakhouse and Churrascaria Fires Up in the Galleria Global Instagram Boba Tea Sensation Bubbles Up with New Houston Locale Hot Houston Ramen Restaurant Stirs Up New On-Demand Delivery and To-Go Service Beloved Houston Hotel and Luxury High-Rise Reveals Swanky New Restaurant and Bar New High-Energy Restaurant Electrifies Washington Avenue with Craft Cocktails and Massive Patio Lessons Learned: veteran Chef Cooks Up Serious Values with Briargrove Restaurant's Revival

1hr 14mins

29 Oct 2020

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Lacrosse Clips - Jonathan Horowitz

Jonathan Horowitz

University of Denver Lacrosse, 2020

8mins

8 Oct 2020

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Jonathan Horowitz: Who is going back to restaurants?

Houston's Morning News w/ Shara & Jim

4mins

11 Sep 2020

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Jonathan Horowitz: The restaurant industry faces a lot of uncertainty

Houston's Morning News w/ Shara & Jim

5mins

27 Jul 2020

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Jonathan Horowitz: Restaurants may expand their occupancy levels to 75%

Houston's Morning News w/ Shara & Jim

4mins

12 Jun 2020

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Jonathan Horowitz: Half of Houston restaurants may not recover from this

Houston's Morning News w/ Shara & Jim

4mins

17 Mar 2020

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32: Overwhelming Anxiety & Overcoming It With Jonathan Horowitz

The Addicted Mind Podcast

Our guest on this episode of The Addicted Mind podcast is Jonathan Horowitz, founder and director of the San Francisco Stress and Anxiety Center. Jonathan is a clinical psychologist who studied anxiety research in graduate school before transitioning to being a clinician and opening the Stress and Anxiety Center. It is a misconception that anxiety is always a bad thing; in fact, our minds were built to experience healthy anxiety when our bodies sense that they need to be alert to their surroundings. Anxiety starts to become a problem when we cross the line from heeding the warnings of our anxiety and benefiting from it to worrying about our anxiety and taking steps to try to get rid of it.  A significant number of Johnathan’s clients are high-functioning, high-achieving individuals who may be having a difficult time coping with the pressures of their careers.  These individuals might develop behaviors like procrastination, avoidance, or even developing an addiction of some kind in order to numb the anxiety that they are feeling.  Anxiety can also be the result of giving up an addiction because the individual does not know what to do in place of their previous addiction. Jonathan’s advice to those dealing with problematic anxiety is to (1) connect your change in behavior to something that is powerfully meaningful to you, and (2) establish goals and values for your life that involve emotional and cognitive steps or milestones.  The goals can be achieved through mindfulness meditation training, breath work, cognitive restructuring, or other practices as directed by a clinician.  Above all, it is crucial to know that anxiety, whether it is manifested in panic attacks, phobias, or social anxiety, is treatable, so seek the help you need.

28mins

22 Mar 2018

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