#16 - From Kawasaki Disease to Tech Unicorn - Nadav Shoval
Nadav Shoval is the co-founder and CEO of Spot.im, a tech venture empowering publishers to host quality conversations to build thriving communities, and generate civil conversations to make the online space better reflect in person connections.
Kawasaki disease changed his life and directed him into coding and building online communities from a young age. After serving in the military, with no high-school or university degrees, he knew that the next step for him was to start his own company.
“If you have the ability to build a business - don’t you want to be able to look back and see that you made one thing in the world slightly better?“
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Who is episode for
Students who have succeeded best with alternative learning, and those who are looking for non traditional ways to enter the business and tech market, either by starting their own company or people looking to be hired into a company.
If you know what you love and want to start right away, you would love hearing Nadav’s story of doing exactly that and excelling at it.
CEOs, founders, or team leaders looking to educate themselves on how other people navigate situations much like their own.
Talented, driven and hungry individuals looking to work for Spot.im (sneak peak! or in its new name - Open Web dot com). Get a notion of what Nadav and his team are looking for in a team member!
Some of the things we talk about
The 4 big questions to ask during the hiring process
What to look for in your advisors
The purpose of positivity in business
How to be an athlete in business with an achiever mindset
Balancing the building of your persistence muscle with working with teams and partners
The one book that you need to read during COVID-19
Practices to structure your time according to your goals
Spot.im’s search for civility outside the social media echo chamber
Why it’s important to connect a company with its users
Covering the creation of online communities that have the same rules as the real world
Democratizing the hiring market, and opening business to new talents
The 3 must haves to conquer an ambitious goal
Shoe Dog (by Phil Knight, creator of Nike)
The Five Dysfunctions of a Team: A Leadership Fable (by bestselling author Patrick Lencioni
Unfu*k Yourself: Get Out of Your Head and into Your Life (by personal development expert Gary John Bishop)
If you are a non-traditional applicant and are looking to get a top MBA, message me and let's see if I can help.