Almost every influential person has important advice to pass to others who wish to succeed in life. In Leah Stern’s article published on Huffington Post, Daniel Taub provides some important life lessons that are crucial and can change lives. The article which was published at a time when Daniel Taub was about to leave the United Kingdom at the end of his diplomatic duties. Daniel gave ten important life and work lessons that could help anyone progress in life and in their career. Daniel advises the readers to always put their family first, read good books, remain open-minded, over-indulge, and communicate more often with friends and family.
More Information about Daniel Taub
Although he worked as the Israeli ambassador to the UK, Daniel Taub was born in England. Daniel even spends most of his early years in the United Kingdom before moving to Israel in his 20s. Daniel Taub studied for his high school at Haberdasher Aske boys in Hertfordshire. He later studied at both the Oxford and Harvard Universities before shifting to Israel in 1989. Daniel Taub served with the Israeli Defense Forces as the combat medic and later as the reserve officer in the division of the international law. He worked as the president’s speechwriter shortly after arriving in Israel. In 1991, Daniel Taub was appointed to the foreign ministry.
In the foreign ministry, Daniel Taub held various positions including political, legal, and diplomatic positions. Daniel developed a deeper understanding of international law and specialized in laws of war and the counter-terrorism laws. Daniel also featured in many Israeli missions and represented the country in various multinational platforms. He became part of the team that negotiated the Israel-Syrian peace process. He also served as Israel’s legal advisor to his missions with the UN in Geneva and New York. During the hearing of the case of Israeli’s security barrier, Daniel Taub headed Israel’s delegation of observers to the ICC.
Daniel Taub became the Israel ambassador to the UK in 2011 with the promise of progressing technology and trade. His efforts in developing trade and business earned him the award of the grassroots diplomat initiative. The bilateral trade during Daniel Taub’s tenure reached $8 billion. Daniel Taub is also a public speaker and a lecturer who has touched lives of many people through his lectures. He also became the first Israeli diplomat to the London-based international maritime organization. Daniel currently works as the planning and strategy director at the Yad Hanadiv Foundation based in Jerusalem. Learn more: http://www.daniel-taub.com/