#178 Aviv Ben-Yosef is a tech leader who went through a lifelong experience pressure cooker
Aviv took us back to his childhood, discovering PCs and learning how to code on his own. We then talked about his time in the army, applying for and then working in Unit-8200. We talked about purpose and how it was to do meaningful work. We then talked about his time at IBM and how disappointing it was. Aviv then told us about his growth from a first engineer to leader inside a startup and how it encouraged him to go freelance. We finally discussed how he realized that he could play a role in advising and coaching executives.
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