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October 19, 1998




Getting Personal

A Brief Introduction

Originally, I am from Israel. In Israel, after high school, we are required to serve three years in the army. Sometimes, in certain extreme cases, it is possible to be released from this obligation. Since I come from low socioeconomic status, I was discharged from the army. I spent the next three years working 12-16 hours a day, I cooked, cleaned, and probably washed more dishes than there are cells in your body, and frankly, I don’t regret any of it. I did all of it while only one thing kept floating in my mind: I want, and I will enroll in a medical school. I still did not know that I would choose Italy.

After about a year and a half of work, I started researching medical schools abroad. Realizing that admission requirements for medical schools in my country are unrealistic, and figuring that I will probably end up selling both of my kidneys during the way just paying for courses only to improve scores of subjects like history and literature, I changed track and searched in which country In Europe I should study medicine.

Why are you passionate about what you do?

“Ever since I was a kid, I wanted to help people.” – This is what you are expecting to hear, isn׳t it?

So yes, this is how I feel. But let׳s be realistic, I am also extremely competitive and always want to be the first in everything, sometimes (or – usually) sacrificing something else as a price.

Some people say it is not healthy, and I never listen to them; these people usually stay behind.

Where do you see yourself in 5 years’ time?

Well, a doctor, with a large audience on different platforms, with enough resources to help my family, and second of all, help way more people and give them access to valuable knowledge and tools.

I would also love to be married to the love of my life.

How would you define success?

Achieving your goals without taking any shortcuts while having a positive impact on your surroundings.

What is the first thing you think of when you wake up?

I wake up very early to immediately work out for about 1.5-2 hours before studying or working.

What are you most grateful for in your life?

My parents work day and night to make sure to support me when I am studying abroad. I couldn’t be luckier. I couldn’t be more grateful.

How do you balance work and leisure?

Wake up very early in the morning to make sure I can see my friends.

How would your friends describe you?

“This dude is nuts.”

What do you do to de-stress?

Money is definitely important to me. If I had enough of it, I could see my parents not working so hard.

Personally, I don׳t want to be rich. I want to be surrounded by and be happy and healthy.

Is financial success important to you?

Meditation, working out, listening to music, reading, and listening to podcasts.

What is the quality you admire in others?

I admire hard-working, dedicated people.

What is your greatest achievement?

Helping 3,000 taking the medical entrance exam for free.

What was the best phase of your life?

Definitely this one.

Who has influenced you the most?

My father is the most intelligent person I have ever met.

What qualities do you think are important in a family?


What will people say about you at your funeral?

“This dude was nuts.”