Former Israeli diplomat, Daniel Taub has some important life lessons that people can utilize to reap success. According to him, people should never look back at the acts they have made in the past and worry about it.
Taub explained it from his experience while serving the country as the Ambassador of the country to the U.K. during 2011-15. He adds that when he was completing the assignment in 2015, he felt a deep level of satisfaction. Though a few people might say Taub could have done more, he thinks that he achieved much more than the set goals of the embassy when he began the term.
Daniel Taub also asks people to read something related to what they do. Taub spends significant time in learning the history of Israel and its influence in various cultures, and that helped him to give out some great lectures on the image of the country in English literature.
He is also a proponent of speaking with all types of people, regardless of whether they are friends or foes. During his years in the U.K., Taub spent a significant amount of time to meet local figures. In 2011, he met her majesty the Queen as he wanted to begin his tenure with the great meeting.
He confesses that some of the interesting people whom he met were critical to Israel. Daniel Taub interacted with them quite conveniently with the condition that he would not make the discussion public. Read more: Daniel Taub | Wikipedia and Daniel Taub | Ideamench
During his years in the U.K., Taub could make some great personal relationships with thought leaders, opinion formers, commentators, faith leaders, and more.
He also discussed the importance of being multidimensional as he brought up in the U.K., migrated to Israel in the early twenties, served IDF as a compact medic, helped the President Chaim Herzog in speech writing, and more. This multidimensional background greatly helped Taub to be highly successful as the Ambassador in the U.K.
Daniel Taub also provides some interesting observations about Israelis and Brits. According to him, Israelis have almost no patience and more straight to the point. They do not wrap up arguments and communicate their stand without caring the opposite party.
In the case of Brits, they listen to other people though they are critical and often ready to accept a moderate stand to take the opposite party along with them. Taub further added that he gives priority to the family and would like to be with family, back in Jerusalem.