“Give a man a fish, and he will eat for a day. Teach a man to fish, and he will eat for a lifetime.”
This is a guiding principle behind the workshops conducted in developing countries across the globe. As a lecturer representing MASHAV, Israel’s Agency for International Development, a division of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and in collaboration with international organizations such as UNDP, OAS and YABT, amongst others, I’ve taught 1-2 week long workshops designed to encourage young entrepreneurship as a way of meeting challenges and building better futures on both individual and community levels. These on-site training courses give me a chance to share my knowledge and experience with people from different cultures and backgrounds.
My goal is to give them tools to build viable businesses and brand identities, while instilling in them the belief that they can achieve any vision they set out for themselves. I feel professionally honored and personally humbled to be a part of these inspiring projects.
When I have the chance to share with others, I am the one that is rewarded most.