OLYMPIC GAMES 1992
When I turned 18, he sent me to Japan to train with the best Judo players. That year, in 1991, I became European Champion. I then competed in the 1992 Olympic Summer Games in Barcelona, among the top 7 Judo players in the world.
The next year, I ended my sports career and entered the learning industry, joining one of the largest training companies in Europe. Over ten years at the company, I trained thousands of participants to develop and master soft skills.
During that time, I compared how Olympic athletes were trained to how employees were trained and noticed a huge difference. I realized that more important than the training itself was the application of the training, or what I call behavior change. In 2004, I finished my career as a business trainer and started to develop a methodology that focused on lasting behavior change.