People who marked my life
I love he is questioning, always in a respectful way, but very clear and transparent about the things we do well and when there is room for improvement, and that's why I respect him so much. He also has a clear vision and is faithful to it, even though sometimes you have to make hard decisions to achieve it, he does. I have had the opportunity to see when he has done it and I take my hat off to his ability.
She is an excellent friend, a person with great sensitivity who knows how to see beyond the face you show her. She understands if you are happy or sad and has that sensitivity and that way of approaching you and getting a smile out of you. She is the family engine; she does not let us stay still for a second. She is very active and cheerful and always gets us all going.
Always demanding. I feel he thinks that I can always do much more than I actually can. He is always very demanding and has high expectations. He is the kind of person who believes that effort and discipline are fundamental to achieve what one sets out to do, and that is something I learned from him when we played sports together and when I saw him in the course of his professional career.
She is an incredibly intelligent person, but at the same time very sensitive to the human factor and to understanding the needs of the consumer. I like her ability to generate insights in the businesses we have worked together; I also like the way she develops her team and the importance she has always given to surrounding herself with good people and empowering them even more.
Always dedicated to her work in a very competitive way; for her, there is never any limit, neither in terms of geography nor in terms of position, concerning anything; she always shows us that you can strive for more. The truth is that she has come a long way and never stops advancing in her career; that motivates me a lot because she shows me that there are no limits, but those you set yourself.
Mom taught me to have a very strong discipline, with very clear values. For her, there were no gray areas; it was either black or white.
My daddy was a very positive person, eager to make others happy, always looking for a simple and easy way to look at the positive side of life.
He had two qualities that were very important to me and marked my life. The first is the importance of family and the second, the importance of giving your utmost for your work. If you want to be successful, you have to really give the best version of yourself for the job. And not because your bosses or others demand it of you, but because you are very self-demanding.