About

Masa provides consultation and training services on local, state and national levels, in the areas of disaster and crisis response, to private businesses and organizations, hospitals, public health and human services and EMS, police and fire departments.

Masa is a fascinating Hebrew word.

Often people think that Masa is an acronym, but it comes from the modern Hebrew language. In Hebrew, it is written in two different ways, but when spoken, it sounds the same.  

Spelled one way, “masa” means a journey of substantial growth that is physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual.  It also includes the ability to feel connected to oneself and others.

 

When you spell Masa the other way, it literally means a physical burden or a heavy load.

In life, many of the most challenging events can appear to impact in similar ways and be the same, but in reality, the impact for each person involved can vary in very different ways.  The impact can not only vary but changes over time.  The effect on all of us depends on how we think and how we feel about an event. Our understanding of the event will determine if this incident will be an opportunity for growth or to remain a burden.

Often people think that Masa is an acronym, but it comes from the modern Hebrew language. In Hebrew, it is written in two different ways, but when spoken, it sounds the same.  

Spelled one way, “masa” means a journey of substantial growth that is physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual.  It also includes the ability to feel connected to oneself and others.

 

When you spell Masa the other way, it literally means a physical burden or a heavy load.

In life, many of the most challenging events can appear to impact in similar ways and be the same, but in reality, the impact for each person involved can vary in very different ways.  The impact can not only vary but changes over time.  The effect on all of us depends on how we think and how we feel about an event. Our understanding of the event will determine if this incident will be an opportunity for growth or to remain a burden.

Jonathan W. Bundt, Founder and CEO

Jonathan regularly delivers consultation and training services to the private sector, hospitals, EMS, police and fire departments, transportation, education and state and national departments of corrections, public health, human services, public safety and emergency management.  He is a frequently sought-after public and keynote speaker.