I was born in Argentina and in 2006 I moved to New York. Since then, I've finished school at Clarkson, landed a job at IBM as a communications consultant, and seen about 100 TED videos. Some of the things I think are interesting enough to share here follow in a couple of lists.
-My current occupations
Consultant, currently on an SAP implementation
Mom's personal translator
Space Trek 20 (Brian Cox, you rock)
On Life's Lessons & Confessions
Brave Neuro World
-Things I like to do
Learning about the cosmos, psychology, and sometimes history
Reiki and holographic therapy
Watching movies (if I like one, I can watch it over and over again)
Traveling (I've been in majority of Europe, now it's time for Asia)
-Things you will find me doing after work
Going to Barnes & Noble and getting lost in time
Torturing my friend Jake to go to some clothing sale
Having dinner and drinks with friends in the city
Running to catch a train
An idea worth spreading
Connect- always connect to yourself and others. Even if it seems silly, if you open my profile and thought that we might have an interesting conversation go ahead and message me. I feel that all the media tools surrounding us (phones, email, facebook) are not getting us closer. We are actually drifting apart from each other, even from ourselves. It is time that we chose human connection (and maybe if we find aliens, too) and yes, if facebook or other tools help, great, but not be buried by them.
I'm passionate about
Thinking and doing things to improve my life and give back, spiritually and professionally... and love doing both while traveling!
Talk to me about
The cosmos, reiki and other self energy topics, movies, your interests, really almost ANYTHING. Please note I am not crazy about religion and do not like people who like to impose their ideas on me.
My TED story
I do need more that 1000 characters... this story started years ago but only took some constructive shape in the beginning of 2012 when i started watching TED videos all the time. I then realized I had been watching them long before that not knowing they were TED videos at Clarkson University. Now I am an avid watcher, usually doing my own research after watching some interesting video. TED is a topic I usually bring in conversations with my co-workers and friends. I plan to apply to go to TED global in 2014 but that is a while from now so in the meantime I am going to try to catch any of my favorite talkers in NYC, close to where I live, after all, if there is something nice about NYC is that there are always bright people coming into town.