How and why I moved to a place where I have no friends, contacts or previous experiences, plus some thoughts and tips about starting over.
At the end of every year, I like to take time to reflect on the past year, what I accomplished, and what didn’t go well. Here is my 2017 review.
How I’ve learned to view perfectionism as a direction rather than a destination, plus some tips for how to overcome it.
Every year, during the last days of December, I love going through the whole year and review what happened.
I sit down, away from distractions, and I focus on what happened that year. I check my calendar, project folders and emails to help me to get the big picture. I write down a list of the highlights and I usually get surprised about how many things happened.
This year I’ve decided to split the highlights into two lists, one with what went well and another one including what didn’t.
My talk at Adobe #CretiveMeetup from November 23, 2016 (Spanish).
My talk starts at 2:9:20.
In this third article, I share the last part of the adventure. My friend Miguel Porlan joined me and we travelled around Thailand, Malaysia, The Philippines and Indonesia.
I learnt many things, and it was a wonderful way of ending my 7 months travelling non-stop.
I was very excited to start travelling alone. The first three months and a half travelling with Elina were spectacular and a lot of fun. Now, I was ready for a more personal and introspective adventure.
In this Part 2, I share my solo adventure during three months. I travelled around Cambodia, Vietnam and Laos and I learnt many things.
After living in Bristol for 10 months, I was eager for new and bigger adventures. I needed to step out of my comfort zone, again. My intuition pointed Asia as a destination. Somehow I thought that it was the right place to start seeking.
I share all the similitudes between playing chess and being an illustrator, and how playing chess regularly improves my skills as an illustrator.
Last November I gave a couple of talks at Blanc festival. It was by far the most impressive audience I’ve ever faced. I truly admired some of the 500 people I was talking to.