About me

  • 17+ years of experience as entrepreneur

    The excitement about doing business began when I was 13 years old. I began by selling candy at school for as long as I could without getting into too much trouble. Soon after I stopped selling candy I started to make sandwiches to sell during school lunch, I stopped this because I was almost expelled. I didn't quit so I decided to download music and burn CDs for my friends and students who wanted to buy. Ever since middle school, I understood that if I wanted to become successful someday, I had to adapt to change and never ever give up trying.

  • 11+ years of experience in software development

    When I realized the printing industry will start dying soon, I started to adapt and make changes in my professional career, I learned the basic fundamentals from an uncle and how important it is to automate everything in your life. It became a passion of mine to visualize how you can simply think of something, type it in code and it becomes an automation.

  • 9+ years of experience in blockchain/cryptocurrency

    When I heard about the word bitcoin and it caught my attention. Then, I started digging deeper into the actual blockchain universe that will soon become a reality and decided that blockchain technology will someday be the future.

  • 7+ years experience in Network Marketing

    There was a point in my life when I was approached by a very successful network marketer, I learned how networking can take you anywhere you want to be at. Every successful entrepreneur I know today, has somehow been introduced to me by a network marketer.

  • 5+ years experience in innovation

    I remember I once heard from someone saying “If you can believe it, you can achieve it”. I asked myself if there were a chance that way of thinking could apply for technological ideas, and started reading about my two biggest idols - Steve Jobs and Elon Musk - and realized their ideas were considered stupid until they decided to develop them into a reality. That is when I started applying the same principals.