The story is about the crush I had for a painting ... My first artistic crush, my last, my everything "21st Century" as per its title by Celine Dupont. "It suits you well" she said when I initially met her.
This work of art is now part of my everyday professional life as it literal presides over the room where I welcome my clients, An entrepreneur I was and still am in spirit as a coach.
There's a form of energy about Celine's painting. Ordo ab chao. To build oneself, one needs to take the path of introspection and step back before he or she steps ... Ahead.
I love to work with clients on professional objectives that I consider as appetizing challenges. One needs to be prepared to the best of their potential. This for instance is what running long distances and the marathon is about. "If you want to run, run a mile" Zatopek said, and added, "if you want to experience a different a life, run a marathon".
That it is the experience most clients will come across whether in the professional evolution or change management.
My approach is also embedded in the game of golf where each stroke must respond to preparation, an objective and the ability to let go of it when hitting the ball.
I "feed on" the people I meet. Whether in Paris, Oxford or Miami the encounter with the other is what motivates me. My job is - as Iike to say - the most beautiful in the world. To enable clients reach their inner potential. To dare over and over again and help them make their change.
Date of birthDecember 17th 1970
LanguagesFrench, English, Spanish
HobbiesRunning (12 marathons PB: 3 hours 4 min -2010) Golf & Yoga (two sports where letting go is key)
This section is to illustrate some of the areas I specialize in and preferences so that you are able to know me better.
My key quotes
If you want to run, run a mile. If you want to change your life, run a marathon.
They did not know it was impossible so they did it.
Never ask your way to someone who knows it. You may not get lost.
Nahman de Bratslav
Coaching is unlocking a person’s potential to maximise their own performance.