A Meeting With Tommy Barav: Building A Time Machine
Season 2, Ep. 14
Tommy Barav is the Co-Founder and CEO of Magical, and in this week's episode, he shares how being bullied at school pushed him to build and sell a company, at 16.
Until, of course, his parents found he was doing business with strangers on the internet.
Fast forward 15 years and Tommy’senemies' took on a very different form:
Tommy believes that distractions, procrastination and the lack of prioritization are robbing us of our productivity and that by surrendering to the demands of our work environments, we are compromising our happiness & future.
And it's only getting worse.
Tune in to learn how to bulletproof your time.
A Meeting With Roy Kimchi: A A New Model For VC: For Students, By Students
Season 2, Ep. 26
Some entrepreneurs start businesses. Others found startups.And while few will start their journey in a Venture Capital fund, this week's guest started his career by... building one.Sounds more like a dream than a nightmare?Well... yes and no..Roy Kimchi founded Cactus Capital while still a student.This meant going through an expedited - and sometimes painful - learning curve.What he gained in speed, he paid for with sweat.In this episode, he shares what it was like.
A Meeting With Hilla Ovil-Brenner: Rejections, Relationships & Re-inventing Yourself
Season 2, Ep. 25
She built two succesful companies but made every mistake in the book while doing it.She's a serial entrepreneur, also known as the unofficial ambassador of the startup nation.Her passion is helping founders find their paths to success, and also - the people who can help them get there.Meet Hilla Ovil-Brenner, the founder of the largest female-focused women organization in tech and the Managing Director of Techstars Tel Aviv.A force of nature, Hilla opens up about the mistakes that shortened her life, and what can founders do to simplify their lives.
A Meeting With Stav Erez: Jerusalem's 5,000 Year-old Future
Season 2, Ep. 24
Jerusalem is known for a lot of things.Innovation isn't one of them.But things are starting to change.Thanks to folks like Stav Erez, the 5,000-year-old city is reinventing itself and slowly becoming a destination for a new type of pilgrims.Stav, a partner at Labs/02, will share some remarkable stories from her trailblazing journey:Building an ecosystem from the ground upHow worrying about someone weaken themBridging the gap between the academy and private sector...and a few counterintuitive tips for young parents who don't want to give up on their careers.