This is the post’s end: [and the beginning at EO Israel blog] And the reason I’m writing about this on the EO blog is because it suddenly hit me: the reason why the EO forum is something I like so much, is because that’s exactly … Continue readinga blog post for EO Israel [a local chapter of the 10K members global Entrepreneurs Organization]
I’ve started capturing fine-print because it represent everything that is wrong in our society. Or at least everything that is wrong in customer experience. See this for example from my flight the other day: Easy Jet, come on, do you really think I’ll sue you … Continue readingSeriously? Together, we can stop The Fine Print!
TED MED Live in the Jerusalem Theater of Performing Arts was a real treat to host, and the TED MED Israel team has posted some of the best moments here. The talks are coming out soon. One of my personal favorite moments hosting this event … Continue readingThe Best of TED MED Live in Jerusalem [photos]
TED MED Live is coming to Jerusalem with a rich local program featuring 11 brilliant speakers and an inspiring artistic performance. I was thrilled to join the TED MED Israel professional committee and even more so when I was asked to host the event in … Continue readingSep 11 – Hosting TED MED Live in Jerusalem – and all this ingenuity, love for people, and devotion to tackling the big challenges in medicine is making me feel hopeful.
Passionate speakers burst intellectual bubbles (and some created new ones), the panels went in all sorts of unpredictable directions, there were laughs, and a whole lot of drinking. People said they had fun and learned a lot. And so did we. It was a good … Continue reading[photos] The best of Bubbles – a new format of gathering that’s serious on questions and light on everything else
Today we’re announcing Bubbles – a new format of gathering where we ask (and answer!) the big, (and not so big) questions of life, in an ever so light, fun and funny way. By we, I mean Prof. Dan Ariely, producer Shay Windman and TED … Continue readingHosting “Davos with Jokes” with Dan Ariely on June 19th, 5pm-midnight. Registration now open.
Failcon, a global initiative to reshape the negative cultural sentiment towards failures, and create a platform for learning from other’s failed ventures, happened for the first time in Israel on Jan 23rd, 2014. One speaker I admire for sharing his role in a business failure … Continue readingSome people have life and their business all figured out. I’m not one of them. Together with a group of Israeli entrepreneurs, I recently co-founded EO Israel – a local chapter to join a network of 9500 EOers worldwide. Entrepreneurs join for different reasons. For me it’s about stripping off the omniperfect facade with peers, and learning from each other. There’s also the guilt-free travel.
Few people are brave enough to attempt audacious goals. Far fewer are big enough to admit they failed and be willing to share what they learned. Many have said NO to the request to speak at this event and I admire Yanki Margalit, Naftali Benet, Liad … Continue readingHosting Failcon TLV on Jan 23rd – an afternoon that’s all about entrepreneurs sharing their failures and what they learned
Peace and reconciliation, social mobility, employment in the dessert, why young people should go into politics, creating out of not knowing and stereotypes – it was such an honor to give a stage to all these great Ideas Worth Spreading. And the talks by the … Continue readingTEDxTelAvivWomen talks now available to watch on TED.com’s TEDx channel