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11 Inspiring Women Who Are Making Israel a Better Place

Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, is a time of reflection. It is a time when we contemplate what we’re doing right and what we can do even better.

As high-achieving women, we’re constantly working towards improving ourselves, our families, our society.

In this article 11 inspiring women share what their doing to improve Israeli society and what they hope to accomplish in the coming year. These 11 inspiring women are making Israel a better place.

1. Kiram Baloum – Founder and CEO, Jasmine

Founding Jasmine cannot be taken for granted. Having taken two years and hundreds of interviews with women to understand their needs, Kiram Baloum founded Jasmine to help women overcome the obstacles they face in developing thriving businesses. Jasmine

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InspHERation: Aviv Landau-Artzi – Think. Dare. Influence.

Aviv Landau-Artzi is an entrepreneur and business woman who believes that entrepreneurs must follow their own truths. She helps others to create their maps to success while staying in tune with her own inner voice. 

For Aviv Landau-Artzi, entrepreneurship is in her DNA. From a young age she wasn’t interested in what her parents thought or what the neighbors would say. She is an independent thinker who wants to share her ideas and practical knowledge to help entrepreneurs turn their ideas into products change the world.

The Entrepreneur Who Never Fails

“Look at where everybody is going, and go the opposite way,” is Aviv’s philosophy, “just because everybody is going one way, doesn’t mean it’s right,” she says.

I ask Aviv to elaborate.Aviv_Landau_Artzi

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Expanding HERizons – SWOI’s Monthly Roundup – July 2017

What are the secrets of the world’s most powerful women?
Women control spending in most categories. But what types of products do they really want?
Until 1984 there were more women in tech than men. What made things change?
These are the subjects presented in July 2017’s monthly roundup.

As women, we face different challenges than men. Those challenges come into focus in every aspect of our lives. Sometimes it’s unclear whether challenges arise because of sexism or simply a male culture where nobody stopped to think about their mother, wife, sister or daughter. Marketing to women is important. So is inspiring them.  This monthly roundup focuses on both inspiring women and the importance of marketing to them.

Video –  Secrets of The World’s Most Powerful Women

You can’t be whole if you’re trying to be perfect. -Jane Fonda

Why You Should Watch It 

This curated video of tips on success from the world’s more powerful women outlines the fact that successful women face the same challenges as the rest of us. Success comes with cutting ourselves some slack, knowing who we are, what we want and accepting our limitations. Watch it because it’s inspiring to hear these important messages come out of the mouths of the world’s most powerful women, from Arianna Huffington to Sheryl Sandberg.

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The Podcasts Israel’s Successful Working Women Are Listening To

Podcasts for working women

This post originally started out with the idea of sharing female-hosted podcasts as listened to by Israel’s successful working women. What it turned into is a wonderful non-genre-specific hodgepodge of podcasts that Israel’s successful working women listen to, though not necessarily hosted by a woman. 

All the podcasts in this list were recommended by fellow Ima Kadimas. Ima Kadima is a Facebook group and non-profit organization started by two incredible women –  Naava Shafner & Cori Widen.

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InspHERation: Moran Bar – CEO, Geekmedia, Feminist & Hero of Good

Moran Bar

A trailblazer in the Israeli and international tech world, Moran Bar is making the world a better place for startups, women and everybody she meets. She shares details about her unexpected meeting with Arthur Sulzberger, owner of The New York Times, and his unexpected trait.   

Moran Bar is the CEO of Geektime, one of the largest international tech blogs that focuses on being an ecosystem for startups. She’s an inspirational and humble leader who openly shares her experiences. And while Moran is acutely aware of the obstacles that stand in the way of women in tech, she’s undeterred by them and instead focuses on the way she can help other women in their journey to success.

I met up with Moran in her Tel Aviv office to talk about her success, experience and insights into the world of women in entrepreneurship and tech.

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