1. What is the most valuable investment that you’ve ever made?
Going on retreats, which offer opportunities to disconnect, meet new people, and gain new perspectives, has been an unexpected source of great value for me.
2. If you had to name a “single most impressive thing” about Vintage, what would it be?
The open sharing of information and knowledge allows me to constantly drink from a firehose of insights and perspectives.
3. Who is the one person who has had a major influence on you?
Stef Wertheimer has been a major influence on me, growing up in Kfar Vradim and learning about his life and legacy of building both profits and impacting Israeli society in an impressive way has been truly amazing.
4. What advice would you give your younger self?
Challenges and obstacles should be seen as opportunities to demonstrate determination and perseverance, rather than roadblocks to success.
5. What is the one item you can’t live without?
A watch, as being able to tell time accurately, helps me make the most out of my days and stay on top of my schedule.
6. What is a book you would recommend?
Enders Shadow, a sci-fi novel that explores themes of leadership and strategy.
7. What are some of the values you believe in strongly?
I strongly believe in giving first, as I believe that helping others and making a positive impact is key to a fulfilling life. It also pays back, like karma, as I believe in the idea that what goes around comes around and that generosity and kindness will be returned in some form.
8. What is the one place you have never been to that you would like to visit?
Japan, it’s had a very different culture, is very tech-advanced, and has a deep appreciation for craft.
9. When you were a kid what did you want to be when you were older?
Astronaut, I loved the idea of going to space, experiencing zero gravity, and going on space walks.
10. If you could have dinner with anyone in the world, who would it be with?
My grandfather when he was younger, I miss him greatly.