Mind Sharing with Lior Zoref
Monday, August 12, 2013 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM (PDT)
Palo Alto, CA
On August 12, 2013 we will have the pleasure of hosting one of the smartest, most entertaining and inspiring talks we have had to date:
Mind Sharing - How to upgrade your life with the power of social media and crowd wisdom
What is the value your Facebook, Linkedin and Twitter friends? Can they help you upgrade your brain?
This talk will inspire you to think different and use the power of crowd wisdom to make your dreams come true
Lior Zoref will explain how we can use social media and the power of the crowd to upgrade our brains, our thinking, and our lives. Mind Sharing shows us how to use technology to tap into a collective wisdom that has the power to transform every aspect of our life from finance to romance to family to career.
From the prospective of a leading crowd wisdom researcher, author, a former Microsoft vice president and a passionate speaker, Lior Zoref will inspire you to think about the future of thinking in the era of social networks and crowd wisdom.
Lior Zoref is the 6th Israeli who spoke at TED following Israeli leaders such as Nobel Prize winner, Daniel Kahneman, Dan Arieli and Yossi Vardi.
At TED 2012 in Long Beach, California, Lior gave the first ever crowd sourced TED talk.
Links for more information:
The NewYorker Magazine (subscription required): How TED turned ideas into an industry
Channel 2 news interview (in Hebrew): YouTube link
When & Where
The IEFF is a platform for networking, ideas exchange and mutual assistance for Israeli executives and entrepeneurs residing in the Silicon Valley.
Please note that the IEFF is an INVITATION-ONLY group. If you'd like to join please ask an existing member to sponsor you for membership.
You're welcome to join this group if you:
1. Speak Hebrew (enough to get by is ok)
2. Live in the Silicon Valley or here often
3. Are currently, were or thinking about becoming an enterprenuer. Local executives are welcome too. Investors will be accepted on a case by case basis... :)
4. Know someone who is already a member who can act as your reference
5. Most importantly - you must be willing to help your fellow members and support the activites of the group
If all five guidelines apply to you please send a request via linkedin and we'll look forward to seeing you in one of our upcoming meetings!