Sun 8 July 2018 | 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Esperanto - Marina Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv,
Join us for the Sunset Series… Happy Hour Brought to the Next Level
This week: “It’s Not a Partnership”: A Playbook to Successful Relationships. Why are Relationships so Difficult?
An open discussion with Leia Weil, a newly engaged millennial voice with Tod Jacobs and Peter Lynn, authors of ‘ Not A Partnership’, a relationship guidebook combining kabbalistic wisdom and cutting edge research from positive psychology.
Drink, mingle, schmooze, connect with lots of other young Israelis & Internationals while enjoying the sunset over the Tel Aviv beach and hear from the authors of the new book, “Not A Partnership”.
FREE RSVP: https://SunsetSeriesTLVInternationals.eventbrite.com
When: Summer Monday, July 1st, 6:30pm – 9pm
What? Influential writers, thinkers, decision makers and leading professionals will speak for a half hour followed by a brief Q&A session and then… enjoy mingling (beverage in hand?) as the sun slips below the horizon
Where? The Carlton Hotel’s Esperanto Bar
(located on the beach across from the hotel)
Who’s coming? 18 – 36 years old. ID required.
About the Topic: Why are Relationships so Difficult & Finding A Playbook to Success
Leia Weil moved to Israel ten years ago after graduating from New York University’s Tisch Dance School of the Arts and training with the San Francisco and Joffrey Ballets. In Israel she studied with the Batsheva Dance Company and joined Nahara, a nationally acclaimed women’s dance group. She currently dances with the Israeli Opera and tours internationally dancing, teaching Gaga and speaking in both professional dance academies and to Jewish communities.
As a journalist Tod Jacobs was nominated for both the Pulitzer Prize for investigative journalism and the Emmy Award. He then pursued a career on Wall Street as a managing director at JP Morgan and Sanford C. Bernstein and Company, as a leading authority on the telecommunications industry. After moving to Israel he founded the David Robinson Institute for Jewish Heritage in Jerusalem where he is currently the Director.
Peter Lynn He holds a MA in Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP) from the University of Pennsylvania, and is Founder and Director of the Greatness Within Seminars, where he helps empower individuals and organizations through the application of positive psychology. He is currently the Dean of Students at the David Robinson Institute for Jewish Heritage since its inception.
About Our Organization: TLV Internationals
In the past decade, Tel Aviv has become the premiere destination for Olim-By-Choice; young Jews from around the globe who move to the White City and call it home. TLV Internationals is the lighthouse that attracts and welcomes the newcomer. TLV Internationals coalesces these young professional voices into a unified community and platform for action for the benefit of Tel Aviv and greater Israel. TLV Internationals also serves as an advocate for this community’s needs with the local and national government. With a following of over 60,000 young men and women from a multitude of nations, backgrounds, religious practices, and professional fields, TLV Internationals has built the largest international community in Israel. The best part of our story is that it has only just begun.
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