The Wins and Losses of the Past Two Months

The Wins and Losses of the Past Two Months

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There’s a saying that goes along the lines of “Don’t let a crisis go to waste.” On the personal side, my past couple of months have been a wreck, due to a situation which I won’t really elaborate on here, because that’s not the point of this page. However, the events that occurred did push me to really take a lot of time for regeneration and reflection. And, as much as they hurt, they also gave me the incubation time, if I may say so, for the development of my business. Quite spontaneously, without me really pushing hard, 2022 is starting to look full of opportunities to add value and make an impact.

I’m rolling out new pilot workshops. In January, I did a few test rounds for the workshops I developed recently. February saw the pilot execution of my Master Problem Solving workshop and the momentum is rolling on with some more potential executions in the short-term pipeline.

Joint projects with some of my business partners coming up. It’s just a little bit too early to share, but I can say that we’re planning a few projects that have the potential to make a lot of impact on startups and SMEs.I can’t wait for it to get official.

The economy is ripe. There’s been no better time to converge innovation and the care for our wellbeing as a society than now. Not only are the global challenges urging us to do so, but it’s largely becoming a crucial part of government and business strategic thinking. And it’s so inspiring to meet more and more people that are dedicated to be a part of this momentum.

In a nutshell, I am excited to see what 2022 brings.

Stay bright!