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We have always been told that the secret of success is to find a profession you feel passionate about, then work hard and persistently to be number one in your field. But could it be possible that we got it all wrong? This talk reveals new insight about the real reasons of success of famous and not-so-famous people - and how to apply these principles to be much more successful - and happier - in any field.
Founder and first CEO of Tango/04 Computing Group, Inc. Graduated in Computer Science (University of Buenos Aires), EO/MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Entrepreneurship Master Program, and the Superior Institute of MorphoPsychology (ISM, Barcelona). Designer of award-winning technologies (such as the APEX Award of Penton Media for VMC, USA, 2004) and products sold in more than 50 countries. Frequent speaker at international conferences, including Gartner events, Internet World, Internet Global Congress, etc. and entrepreneurial and corporate events. Also a poet, cinema enthusiast (director, writer), actor, (still active) soccer goalkeeper, avid reader, proud father, and really lousy chess player.
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx