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Martin Marty Edelston

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Bottom Line Magazine

HQ Phone:  (760) 323-0552

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Bottom Line Magazine

312 N. Palm Canyon Drive

Palm Springs, California,92262

United States

Background Information

Employment History

Dean M. Schroeder


Affiliations

Boardroom , Inc.

Founder


Greenwich Institute for American Education

Founder of Boardroom


ABOVE

Founder


Yeshiva Gedolah

Board Member


iDream

Member of Dec 4


IPOWER INC

Founder


Education

Rutgers


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Weequahic High School Alumni Association | The web site for the Alumni Association for Weequahic High School in Newark, NJ

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MARTIN EDELSTON, 1946
Founder, Boardroom.com Bottom Line Magazine


Ep. 4 - Ed Mendlowitz: Partner At the Accounting Firm Withum Smith & Brown - The Accidental Accountant

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Ed: When you think about it, I remember this December I went to attend a meeting in May hosted by Martin Edelston who founded Bottom Line and the Boardroom Empire.


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Ed: When you think about it, I remember this December I went to attend a meeting in May hosted by Martin Edelston who founded Bottom Line and the Boardroom Empire.


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In this case, that person was Martin Edelston, Bottom Line's CEO and founder.
I couldn't wait to call him at home, wake him from a deep sleep and ask him his opinion on the invasion of privacy. A week later I received a package from Bottom Line with a couple of Bottom Line-published books, a Bottom Line T-shirt and, most noteworthy, an apology from Edelston, explaining that, thanks to me, he was reconsidering using telemarketers. I was impressed. Then a week later he sent another book-a pretty good one on business strategies he wrote himself-and a check for $254.74! Scrawled on the stub in tiny letters was the message that he was done with telemarketers.


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In Memoriam: Martin Edelston, 1929-2013
Martin Edelston, the founder of Boardroom Inc., has passed away at the age of 84. He was a great inspiration to me and in this week's podcast I'm sharing a valuable lesson I learn from him. Click here to download… Audio Transcript Martin Edelston, founder of Boardroom Inc and Bottom Line Publications, launched his company over 40 years ago in the basement of his home with $5000 and a determination to help busy people get real-world advice that would allow them to live their lives better. Marty, as everyone called him, just passed away at the age of 84. I first had the pleasure of meeting Marty in 2000 when I was invited to my first Boardroom Dinner in his home in New York City. I heard him tell the story of early in his life as a journalist deciding it would be easier to bring the experts to him to get good news stories than to go to them, and Boardroom Dinner tradition began. The dinner included fabulous healthy food with an explanation from Marty of why it was selected, and questions from Marty to each of the guests. I was invited as an expert on "organization. I remember sitting next to Dr. Joel Myers, the founder of AccuWeather, with no small amount of fear about whether I would have an answer to Marty's question which would be worthy of the intelligence of the other guests around the table. In true Marty style, his gracious response to my answer relieved my anxiety. He was an inspiration to me and to millions. The list of things I have learned through Marty and his Bottom Line publications would fill a book. I had the pleasure of recently attending another Boardroom dinner where Marty's daughter and colleagues shared conversations they had with Marty, and I was reminded once again of how many people this amazing man impacted, and they in turn, continue to impact millions of others. The experience reminded me of a very important business lesson I have learned in recent years: If you want to increase your results, keep asking questions. For years, I'm ashamed to admit, I was afraid of asking questions for fear of appearing stupid. Now I am continuing to discover that the more questions I ask, the more I learn, and the better relationships I develop. Thank you, Marty, for demonstrating how to ask good questions.


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