Behind every successful woman there exists the history of her past. The history of where she came from, what she felt growing up, where she made mistakes and where she succeeded.

Three weeks ago, I attended the Globes’ annual Israel Business Conference, Israel’s most important and prestigious economic event in Israel.

Alona Bar-On, Globes’ co-owner, invited me to the event, and the opportunity to meet with some
of Israel’s most successful women.

I’m intrigued by women’s stories; by their failures, their paths to success and their insights. So I asked some of the inspiring successful women that I met the following question:

What piece of advice would you give to your younger self?

Here’s what they said:

1. Rachel Azaria – MK

Advice to my younger self

 

 2. Debbie Ben-Ami – Executive member of the World Zionist Organization

 Advice to your younger self

3. Dr. Hedva Ber – Supervisor of Banks, Bank of Israel

advice to younger self

 

4. Neta Feller – VP Human Resources, Natural Intelligence

Advice to your younger self

5. Stella Korin-Lieber – Commentator for Globes

advice to younger self

6. Hana Rado – COO of McCann Tel Aviv, serial social entrepreneur and President of Supersonas

Adviceto younger self

 

7. Pnina Rosenblum – Businesswoman and former politician

advice to your younger self

8. Dorit Salinger – Supervisor of Capital Markets & Savings, Ministry of Finance

advice to younger self

9. Ghada Zuabi – Owner and CEO, Yara Communications

advice to younger self