In a new book, Ismael Kalla shares his philosophy of ‘Flow so as not to suffer’ | books | entertainment
The book emphasizes the understanding that “our existence is eternal, innocent, loving, and full of joy,” says Calla.
Cuban-born journalist and TV presenter Ismael Kalla The book has just been released Flow So You Don’t Suffer: 11 Principles to Change Your Life (Aguilar), where he combines his leadership philosophy with “personal anecdotes and real-life examples”.
Ismael Kalla, journalist, writer and lecturer, will teach 26 people the true power of communication in Quito
“This book opens the window to this wonderful world of deep and simple questions, questions that invite us to design a path on purpose and ensure that we belong to this two- and three-dimensional reality.”Says Calla, winner of the 2013 Ibero-American Personality Award, and a resident of Miami (Florida, USA).
Writer and lecturer, who teaches successful courses and workshops on social entrepreneurship and “mindfulness” (awareness) around the world, He asserts that the book emphasizes the understanding that “our existence is eternal, innocent, loving, and full of joy.”
Kala explains what he calls “The 11 Principles of the Bamboo Leader: Integrity, Diversity, Flexibility, Cooperation, Spirituality, Exponentiality, Quiet Strength, Passion, Flexibility, Gratitude, and Elevating Consciousness.”
Accompany the reader in revealing these principles and in “How to walk the path towards becoming a leader capable of starting to make a difference in his life and the lives of others.”
For over five years, the writer has presented CALA on CNN in Spanish, becoming one of the most beloved and influential communicators in the Americas.
Kala holds Canadian and American citizenship and lives in the United States. Journalist, writer, radio producer, TV presenter, lecturer, businessman and social entrepreneur.
He is the author of books The power of listeningAnd Life is a pinataAnd Emotional illiterateAnd The good son of P…And Bamboo Secret s wake up with kala.
In October last year, he visited Ecuador for well-known leadership talks. He told this newspaper at the time, “I think no one quite teaches us to face life, however, we come prepared with tools to face life, such as resilience.” (I)
“Infuriatingly humble travel fanatic. Passionate social media practitioner. Amateur writer. Wannabe problem solver. General food specialist.”