Trust your intuition – it is always right!

I went to Perth for a conference a few months ago -Latin America Downunder 2017, where some 120ish people discussed current trends and news regarding most of the jurisdictions there, you can read more about it here- and on my way back had some time to kill at the airport. I found myself looking for … Continue reading Trust your intuition – it is always right!

Are you watching Billions? -no spoilers!-

I got hooked on this show quickly after it was released on Stan (for the non-Aussie readers, a local Netflix). It is quite a dark show at times, but if you are into finance and investment, you will definitely enjoy watching this fast paced story of a hot-shot, hedge fund mogul, who basically thinks everything is fair game -even when … Continue reading Are you watching Billions? -no spoilers!-

10 cities I absolutely love! Here’s #10

Traveling is a big passion for me. I love to visit new cities and walk around, see the buildings, and absorb as much as I can from each one. My parents traveled quite a bit so I must get it from them. My first flight was before I was even born! I thought I'd share my … Continue reading 10 cities I absolutely love! Here’s #10

The meaning of Life, according to me…

You are the architect of your life: you get to choose what you experience. So give power to your dreams, not to your fears. Live passionately, take chances, even if it means, sometimes, getting your heart broken in a million pieces. Don't live by default. Be bold. Learn. Smile. Expand. Love. This is the secret of … Continue reading The meaning of Life, according to me…

April’s reading list – yes it is eclectic!

I operate in iterations, so that means I've always got something starting, other things in between and at least one thing about to be completed. It may be the "project pipeline" mentality that I got from studying architecture, who knows. But that's how it is... At the moment I am reading: The New New Thing by … Continue reading April’s reading list – yes it is eclectic!

The Walt Disney Concert Hall in LA. What a delight!

If you've read my bio, you know that in my previous life, before mining and finance and whatnot, I was an architect. I was registered and practised for a few years in Argentina. I went to Uni (as Australia calls University) in Tucuman, a city in northern Argentina, where Cesar Pelli, the most famous architect to come … Continue reading The Walt Disney Concert Hall in LA. What a delight!