Question: Do you consider yourself a leader?
Question: What is the best quality of a leader that you can identify in yourself?
Answer: The immutability of the goal to which I direct all humans.
Question: Have you always been a leader, or has it come with time?
Answer: I think I was born that way.
Question: Which of the leaders of the past do you respect?
Answer: In addition to the biblical leaders, I respect the great Torah interpreters of all time. Because the Torah is a method of development of our world.
Question: Do you consider yourself a charismatic person?
Answer: No. I try not to hide my qualities from those close to me and to my students so that they can see absolutely all my weaknesses. I don’t think I need to pretend. A leader should not pretend. His idea needs to work, not he himself. He’s not the boss.
Question: Do you always prepare for public speaking?
Answer: Never! This may be a problem. I often find myself in such situations when I express an idea that I came to a public lecture within 15-20 minutes, and I have nothing to say. Then I pass the microphone to the audience, and they start directing me.
Question: Do you feel pleasure when you manage to convince anyone?
Answer: I don’t think it’s a pleasure from forcing or persuading someone. It is a pleasure from the fact that the purpose of creation, the system of the universe, is becoming clearer to a wide range of listeners.
Question: What do you do best? How do you develop this skill?
Answer: I don’t even think about what I need to be able to do. I teach and do it as much as I can. In addition, I process news, some materials, and all in order to teach.
Remark: Name the success of which you are particularly proud.
My Comment: With the help of my students, I created an organization that explains to humanity its next, corrected, highest state.
Remark: Name the failure you remember and what lessons you learned from it.
My Comment: My whole life is a huge number of small failures. But I don’t think it could have been any different.
Question: Does God or society choose the leader, or do you become one?
Answer: Only the upper force determines all our steps.
Question: Was your teacher a leader?
Answer: For a narrow circle of his students, he was the undisputed and absolute leader. But he is not a leader by nature. His father, I think, was a leader.
Question: How should we treat those people who do not work well? What effective methods of punishment do you know?
Answer: The most effective is the team. If the team is set up correctly, then the slightest flaw in the person in their place will immediately be perceived by the team members with negative feedback.
From KabTV’s “Management Skills” 6/11/20