When I started my first job in the Jewish community, my boss had just begun his six week summer trip to Cambodia. Instead of setting up a training or onboarding schedule for me before he left, he simply told me to “read books that will make you better, spend time with people who are smarter than you and go places where you will learn.” Morris, 83-years-old at the time, said we would work on implementing a strategy together when he returned. But I wasn’t sure what to do for the six weeks until then.