About Me


I’m an analytical, introverted, and organized computer scientist. Which is a friendly way of saying “overthinking, boring, and structured developer”.

For the last couple of years, I’ve become interested in ways of improving my quality of life. This includes having a better understanding of my work and health, and adopting a new philosophy in general. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn’t, but I’m trying to get something from every experience.


I’ve been working as an IT Consultant for 20+ years in some of the biggest companies in the World.

Different industries, countries, positions, organizational cultures, and even decades. But I can identify the same patterns repeating over and over again.

We always need to:

  • Make good use of our assets and skills.
  • Bring value to the company.
  • Administer resources (time, money, teams, etc.).
  • Interact with customers, vendors, and colleagues.
  • Adapt to changes (structures, technologies, people)
  • Design our own path and career.
  • Be happy (AKA “Personal and Professional Life Balance”). This is the most important one, but we usually overlook it.

You may be struggling with some of these challenges as much as I did and, honestly, still do. This is a long (endless) way of learning and development, which I find fascinating.

What is there on this site?

I’m using this space for sharing my experiences and opinions, the learnings I’ve got, and the challenges I’ve faced over these years.

The topics that I’m passionate about are career and personal finances, productivity and learning, health and fitness, technology and development, and philosophy.

My goals for this new journey are:

  • Sharing information, resources, and pieces of advice that you can hopefully use for improving your quality of life.
  • Overcome my “social network” fears and improve my communication skills.
  • Exchange valuable ideas so we can grow together.

I know that these are very ambitious objectives for anyone, and even more for someone that is beginning on this process. But let’s have some fun and try to make it work for us.

Welcome on board, and Thank You for being part of this journey with me!!!