I am a father, a husband, an executive, and a competitive athlete. I have learned the art of balancing work and life and I am an expert on time management and helping people finding the keys to achieving success.
I am always dreamed to be a professional athlete. As a young child, I practiced and competed in many sports, including soccer, BMX, and Track and Field; however, family conditions didn’t allow me to pursue my dream. Nevertheless, I focused on finishing university while overcoming multiple obstacles throughout life to live my dream. With 25 years of experience, I am an advanced windsurfer able to surf in all kind of environments. I played competitive soccer and I am a Taekwondo black belt. Few years ago I started competing in triathlons, on-road and off-road. My initial focus was on Adventure Racing, then Mountain Bike competitions, and finally Ironman races, extreme triathlons and marathons.
During my preparation for competing in triathlons, I was on my own, no coach to guide and motivate me through the complexity and details of triathlon training and racing. Trying to figure it all out on my own was not an easy task. As I look back, it would have been much easier and I would have had faster results having an expert guidance to help me and improve confidence in what I was doing. The main reason I became a coach is to share my experience and talents to being the coach and mentor I never had.
I combine my life experience, business knowledge, and athletic background to help people achieve their goals.