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This is a story of gratitude.

2018 was one of the hardest years of my life – it was, without a doubt, the year when my personal and professional disruption began.

On a personal level, I lost my father and my best friend in the same year, both to cancer, and I decided that from then on, I would make better use of my time, travel more and discover the world. Since then, every year I take a trip abroad, mostly for work, but a trip nonetheless. Dubai, Shanghai, Kraków, London and San Francisco are some of the places I’ve been able to visit since then.

The photo is from August 2019, at San Francisco airport. I went to the Singularity University Global Summit to learn about the disruptive ecosystem surrounding Silicon Valley. I would never have made it there if I hadn’t met the CEO of ActioGlobal along the way.

Those three days and dozens of conferences changed my life. I recommend it to anyone who wants to gain a new perspective of #organisations and the world in general.

As I said, this is a story of the gratitude I feel towards the people who have influenced my life, such as my father and my best friend. But also towards the people I’ve met in my professional life.
Towards the bosses I’ve had, both good and bad, the people who welcomed me into their organisations to help me evolve, the people who helped me find clients when I was desperate, the clients who have put me to the test, and, above all, towards the people who have cared for me.

In short, the people who have made me what I am – a Business Advisor who aspires to change the world of organisations in his own way.

Thank you!

If you want to transform your organisation, arrange a no-strings-attached introductory meeting with me and you can tell me about your company’s problems or the concerns you have. I’ll give you my point of view and pinpoint what you can do to achieve your goals.


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