So much to talk about
I love giving talks.
I love giving talks about Israel. Specifically, about modern day Israel. And, never about politics!
I gives talks about contemporary Israel because I feel it is important to share these stories with as many people as possible.
I speak about the culture of creativity and innovation here, in Israel. This country’s amazing achievements belie its size.
How does an idea become a global solution?
I have oodles of examples of the chutzpah (in the best sense of the word) needed to come up with crazy, life-changing ideas.
I speak about innovation that makes a social impact. Innovation in all realms of society… not just technology.
Innovation in education.
Innovation in humanitarian aid.
Innovation in medical advances. I have oodles of examples of how the world has better treatment options for a myriad of diseases thanks to some amazing ingenuity.
I speak about incredibly inspiring women at the front of the business and innovation sectors.
I speak about friends and family who innovate for their friends, family and the wider world.
I tell stories of how the impossible is made possible.
How failure leads to success.
How risk, audacity and dreams can lead to amazing results.
I don’t represent corporate interests or any governmental body. I am not trying to convince anyone to think a certain way.
I share stories. I share ideas. I share amazing stories and amazing ideas.
And, my newest talk is actually a talk and workshop – on the groundbreaking educational initiative, now underway in Israel, which brings therapeutic clowns into the school setting to add joy, reduce stress, enhance self-identity and create a feeling of belonging.
I am part of the Educational Clowning Initiative. Together with Talia Safra, the founder of this project, we offer a talk and workshop for groups.
Therapeutic educational clowns are a necessary element of the education system in the same way medical clowning is an inseparable part of the healthcare system around the globe.
The workshop gives participants a chance to touch this therapeutic state of playfulness, feel the effect of positive language, and sense how clowning can be a natural stress reliever.
I tailor-make each talk. And thanks to this country’s culture of creativity and ingenuity, there’s always something new to talk about.