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Omri Hurwitz
Tech Marketer & Media Strategist

Tech Leaders: Lee Danielly, Truvid

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Welcome to my Tech Leaders Interview Series, where I interview impactful leaders and ask them to share tips and techniques that have benefited them, both in their personal and professional lives. 

This interview is with Lee Danielly, Marketing Manager at Truvid. 

Lee is a Content marketing maven & product marketing executioner. SDhe also refers to herself as an avid foodie. 

What are your main productivity tips? 

What works wonders for me is to set daily goals and prioritize those with the highest value. The moment you have structure, you are on the right track to productivity and eliminating all the white noise that affects your work time & load. 

What is your favorite drink? 

White wine. 

How do you deal with stress and anxiety? 

I’m an avid swimmer. The moment I’m in the pool and focused on my strokes, I start de-stressing. 

Your tips for aspiring entrepreneurs? 

Success is not a straight line. It rarely ever is. 

A lot of the time, you hear about these wildly talented individuals or successful companies that became household names overnight. It’s very rare for us to focus on the setbacks, the difficulties, the “thanks but no thanks.” They’re there, they exist, but they don’t get the spotlight and kind of get nudged to the side when we speak about success. 

So my tip would be to see where you are now and to see where you want to be in the future, and to push forward and adapt. 

Who in the Tech industry would you like to meet for lunch? 

Definitely Sheryl Sandberg. I started following her after her famous TED talk – “Why we have too few women leaders,” in 2010, and I’ve been a fan of hers since. She took really well-known topics that were unspoken for several reasons and turned them into mainstream chatter. It’s kind of like she pointed at the elephant in the room and said, “let’s discuss this out loud” – which is no small feat for a successful woman in business. 

If you could live anywhere, where would it be? 

London. I’m a massive fan of London. I love the people; I love the moody weather. I think London is the financial, business, and tech capital of Europe. 

What is your favorite book recommendation? 

A friend gave me the book “Storytelling with Data: A Data Visualization Guide for Business Professionals” from the author Cole Nussbaumer Knaflic and said it’s one of those books that you suddenly find yourself noticing that you’ve gone to bed way too late. I started, and I was hooked. The book takes you down a path of how to effectively blend between data and visualization. Basically, how to capture your audience’s attention without losing data. Highly recommended! 

Why are you in Tech? 

Technology is the driving force behind the majority of today’s innovations. Being part of that, seeing how what we do and what we develop impacts media owners and engages users from all corners of the globe. From a totally selfish perspective, I love the idea of being able to learn so much and still not knowing enough. 

About Truvid

Truvid is a video technology company that enables instant connectivity to a live video ecosystem. Premium publishers use Truvid’s SAAS platform & technologies to monetize their sites and distribute content to billions around the globe.

Advertisers trust Truvid’s platform to access brand-safe, high-quality, and transparent ad inventory. 

About the Author
Omri Hurwitz is a Tech Marketer and Media Strategist. His client portfolio consists of some of the leading companies and start-ups in Tech. He writes for several media channels including Entrepreneur, Yahoo Finance, Forbes, Tipranks, The Times Of Israel, New York Tech, Investing.com, Newsbreak, The VentureCation, Hackernoon, Benzinga, and more.
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