Good job Daniel Taub

Like many important men of state and influence today Daniel Taub is an ambassador with various experiences and extreme work ethic. However, there is something to him that comes across very human and extremely approachable. This may be because he is a crucial component and key member between Israeli and the United Kingdom’s St James Court. It may also be due to his unique heritage and cultural background. And then again, it just might be the fact that he is a family man who provides a immeasurable service to the public in keeping peace and understanding as his first priority while serving two nations at one time.


In successfully performing his duties and achieving goals that others compared to his predecessors such as Shlomo Argov, Daniel table has astonishing and yet humble words to pass on to his successor and anyone who wants make a difference locally and globally. His words and advice are laced with diplomacy, and they do not sound like the usual directives belt it out by men in positions of affluence. They feel more like the gentle advice one receives from their grandfather on a calm and warm Sunday evening.


As far as his accomplishments while in service to the Saint James Court and his fellow countrymen in Israel, Daniel Taub humbly admits that he has achieved a lot more than some would have hoped. He also says that staying focused and moving ahead is something he made sure to do no matter what the obstacles in his way were. He also knows that reading is fundamental to any type of success and idea exchange when collaborating on a project that simple conversation can not bring. In other words, he shares his reading materials with other professionals who want to see the same goals and achievements for Israel and in politics in general.


One other major component to his secret of success is that he fully used the power of his position to achieve goals in untraditional ways. For example, he recalls candidly meeting with people who were most critical of Israel in private so that they may converse with civility and reach some measure of understanding. But most importantly, Daniel Taub is a man who shows a sense of humor in the face of crisis and a quick wit when faced with an argument. That is how he can be comfortable and seemingly at home whether he takes audience with the Queen of England or has to quash a random misguided argument against the nation of Israel.


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