72 episodes

In the Real Life Superpowers podcast (ranked top 10% of global podcasts), Ronen Menipaz and Noa Eshed feature conversations with people they identify as peak performers.

The podcast covers their uncut, no-fluff version of their journey to the top, the challenges, pitfalls, and obstacles – the real-life version of the arc of the hero.

The idea is to help the listeners bridge the gap in social media where successful entrepreneurs are put on a pedestal and seem to be surfing on a rainbow, ringing stock exchange bells, and living a distant dream.

Real Life Superpowers is aimed to be a realistic reminder that there’s no such thing as an overnight success and that behind the scenes, every story is complex. The hope is to inspire the listeners to tap into their own superpowers and become the best version of themselves.

Listeners can tune in from all around the world using podcast streaming services such as Spotify, Soundcloud, iTunes, and more.

Real Life Superpowers Real Life Superpowers

    • Business
    • 4.8 • 18 Ratings

In the Real Life Superpowers podcast (ranked top 10% of global podcasts), Ronen Menipaz and Noa Eshed feature conversations with people they identify as peak performers.

The podcast covers their uncut, no-fluff version of their journey to the top, the challenges, pitfalls, and obstacles – the real-life version of the arc of the hero.

The idea is to help the listeners bridge the gap in social media where successful entrepreneurs are put on a pedestal and seem to be surfing on a rainbow, ringing stock exchange bells, and living a distant dream.

Real Life Superpowers is aimed to be a realistic reminder that there’s no such thing as an overnight success and that behind the scenes, every story is complex. The hope is to inspire the listeners to tap into their own superpowers and become the best version of themselves.

Listeners can tune in from all around the world using podcast streaming services such as Spotify, Soundcloud, iTunes, and more.

    E72 - Sagive Greenspan (CEO Priority Software Ltd.)

    E72 - Sagive Greenspan (CEO Priority Software Ltd.)

    In this episode, we interview Sagive Greenspan, a professional with two decades of experience navigating the complexities of the telecom and financial sectors.

    Sagive has tackled numerous executive roles, managed large-scale projects, and led teams in both development and client engagement. He’s also experienced in business development and running large delivery organizations.

    Beyond the roles and responsibilities, Sagive has been key in integrating acquired companies into vast organizations, directing teams of over 2000 people.

    We discuss:

    • Managing complexities in business, including global expansion, acquisitions, and team management during reserve duty
    • Managing large-scale operations and teams, with emphasis on culture and strategy alignment.
    • Company culture, management, and acquisition
    • Leadership qualities, creativity, and career paths
    • Stress management, and personal growth
    • ..and much more

    Enjoy your listen!

    • 44 min
    E71 - Donna Griffit (world-renowned corporate storyteller)

    E71 - Donna Griffit (world-renowned corporate storyteller)

    In this episode, we’re excited to be joined by Donna Griffit, a world-renowned corporate storyteller, pitch alchemist, and best-selling author of “Sticking to my Story: The Alchemy of Storytelling for Startups”.

    Her ability to create, edit, and deliver powerful presentations, pitches, and messages has earned her a reputation as one of the most sought-after storytellers in the business world.
    For over two decades, Donna has been working extensively on a global scale, collaborating with Fortune 500 companies, startups, and investors across more than 30 countries.
    Her unique approach has led to outstanding results, with her clients collectively raising over $1.5 billion through her guidance.

    We discuss:

    • Storytelling for startups and personal growth
    • Donna’s journey and what the Japanese word “ikigai” has to do with it
    • The importance of empathy in storytelling
    The correlation between fear and excitement
    • The power of clear communication in business
    • The mistake of being too factual and straight to the point
    • Practical tips on how to improve storytelling
    • The role of credibility, likability, and momentum
    • Optimism and perception in challenging times
    • And more!

    Enjoy your listen!

    • 1 hr 5 min
    E70 - Roy Gottlieb (Co-founder & CEO of a VC backed stealth cybersecurity startup)

    E70 - Roy Gottlieb (Co-founder & CEO of a VC backed stealth cybersecurity startup)

    In this episode, we speak with Roy Gottlieb, currently the co-founder and CEO of a backed stealth cybersecurity startup.

    Before embarking on this latest venture, he spent almost a decade on the investor front, co-founding and serving as a general partner at Cardumen Capital, serving as an investment manager at Samsung Ventures, and collaborating with industry titans such as Lightspeed, Team8, Insight Partners and more.

    He was also the co-managing director of the Israeli YVCF (Young Venture Capital Forum) for six years, helping shape the next generation of venture capital leaders.

    We discuss:

    • Imposter syndrome, walking around with feelings of not being good enough
    • The importance of understanding the breadth of a topic and diving deep into one industry
    • Decision making, focus and choosing what not to do
    • The unique qualities that make for an industry expert
    • Competing with the giants of the world
    • The true power of professional relationships and deal flow in sourcing capital
    • ..and much more

    Enjoy your listen

    • 52 min
    E69 - Liron Azrielant (Managing Partner at Meron Capital)

    E69 - Liron Azrielant (Managing Partner at Meron Capital)

    In this episode, we speak with Liron Azrielant, a Founding Managing Partner at Meron Capital - a VC at the forefront of investing in technology companies in Israel.

    Her track record speaks volumes as she's led investments in tech successes such as Loom Systems, Clear Genetics, Testim, and many others which were subsequently acquired.

    Prior to Founding Meron, she was a Principal at Blumberg Capital, where she led early-stage deals that also turned into successful exits.

    Before her venture capital career, she honed her skills as a Strategy and M&A consultant at top-tier firms like Bain & Co. and PwC's PE group in New York. She’s also a fellow of the Kauffman Fellowship, a highly sought-after two-year program for leading venture capitalists.

    Her list of accolades is long.

    We discuss:

    • Entrepreneurship and mental preparation during turbulent times
    • Resilience, and investment strategies in challenging times
    • Motivation, and Career Paths
    • Focusing on solving a specific problem, rather than pursuing fame or money
    • Developing a business partnership language to argue passionately but constructively
    • Building skills through practice and repetition
    • And much more

    Enjoy your listen!

    • 55 min
    E68 - Asaf Yanai (Co-founder and CEO of Alison.ai)

    E68 - Asaf Yanai (Co-founder and CEO of Alison.ai)

    In this episode, we speak with Asaf Yanai, a visionary entrepreneur and the Co-founder & CEO of Alison.ai.

    With a track record of turning ideas into reality, Asaf has left a lasting mark on the tech landscape, with Alison.ai being the third company Asaf founded after successfully selling two tech startups he’s built in previous years.

    We discuss:


    • Managing a startup during a crisis
    • Analyzing video content for fake news and intelligence
    • Growing up as the son of two entrepreneurs and co-founders
    • Entrepreneurship, family, and motivation
    • Learning from mistakes, and starting a business
    • Self-management, and post-mortem analysis
    • Personal growth
    • And much more!

    Enjoy your listen

    • 47 min
    E67 - Asaf Shamly (Co-Founder CEO Browsi)

    E67 - Asaf Shamly (Co-Founder CEO Browsi)

    In this special wartime episode, we speak with Asaf Shamly, a visionary entrepreneur and thought leader in the AdTech space, who co-founded Browsi, an AdTech AI startup back in 2017, with a mission to create a world where content and ads blend harmoniously.

    He’s been at the forefront of innovation in the AdTech industry for over 8 years and has a wealth of experience which he’s gained from involvement in three startups.

    He also takes a lead role in the open-source community, championing transparency.

    And here's the kicker – despite all his achievements, he’s just 30 years old.

    We discuss:

    • Being an entrepreneur during a war
    • Entrepreneurship struggles and emotional toll
    • The difference between selling to investors vs. clients
    • Emotional intelligence, EQ, and managing a team
    • The lonely road of entrepreneurship
    • Dealing with failure and learning from mistakes

    Have a good listen

    • 1 hr 1 min

Customer Reviews

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18 Ratings

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