The Power to Live Courageously


“Being brave doesn't mean you are not scared, it just means that you do it anyway” (N.G.)

We all have goals we wish to achieve. Goals can make us passionate and excited about the future. They can also arouse insecurities and doubts about the decision-making process, which can influence the life path we choose to pursue or avoid. In this workshop, I will share inspirational stories that touch upon the process of conquering fears, in order to reach one’s highest potential.


I will share with you my own experiences of side-stepping certain limitations rooted in my own family’s and society’s core beliefs, that no longer served me, in order to stretch outside my comfort zone — a practice I now embrace in my daily lifestyle. Free from internal and external reservations, I moved to two different countries over a short period of time for the sake of adventure; woke up one morning and left a good job to start my own company; jumped out of an airplane merely two hours after being propositioned to do so; participated in a Chinese singing competition in front of hundreds of people even though I don’t speak Chinese and am certainly no singer; and more.


I will provide practical and user-friendly tools that enable participants to see themselves compassionately. The tools function to empower participants to conquer insecurity, procrastination and self-doubt, resulting in behaviors that lead to taking active steps towards pursuing life in “power mode” and achieving what they desire to become. Let’s be our own sculptors, chipping away at old patterns.


"I had a great pleasure hosting Lital's workshop at Stanford Bechtel International Center. Her ability to share knowledge in a meaningful and engaging way is extraordinary! During her workshop, she made the participants envision their desired professional and personal future and to step into it. I highly recommend attending one of her brilliant workshops".


Nadia Belkind 

Instructor of Interpersonal Communication Skills