Adi realized she doesn't have to be Oprah Winfrey to have her own talk show. She started to interview strangers on the street, asked them intuitive questions and documented these interactions.
Surprisingly, most people responded positively and were happy to be interviewed.
Adi discovered that people are thirsty for personal communication and are willing to reveal even their deepest secrets when attention is directed at them.
Moreover, she noticed that the interaction with strangers has changed her and transformed her sense of visibility.
In her talk, Adi encourages people who feel invisible to go out and interact and even demonstrate how to do it.

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For more information on this particular TEDx event, see After completing B.A Communications, LL.B Law and a Mediation certificate, Adi created the "Street Interviews"" project.
She interviews strangers on the street, asks them intuitive questions and documents the interaction that has been created.
Adi's goal in creating the project is to enable a platform of expression, to put the spotlight on people around her and to get a glimpse of their lives.
Nowadays, Adi interviews business owners from different fields and industries. She's also the facilitator and creator of a "Street Interviews" course for interpersonal communication in the method of interviewing tools. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at