My ManifestoThe Dolce VIta Lifestyle
I am creating a world where la Dolce Vita Lifestyle is an essential component of success.
I believe in a world where leaders have a fulfilling business and a joyful, meaningful life.
A world where successful, lightharted entrepreneurs create a top-down revolution, empowering every single person that works with them to do the same, and create a new culture of the workplace.
I stand for a world where true success is a life of freedom, fulfillment, bliss, lightheartedness, adventure, and fun.
This is la Dolce Vita Lifestyle.
Living la Dolce Vita Lifestyle means slowing down and living well.
It is a philosophy of living that creates overall wellbeing.
It’s the art of approaching life in a responsible yet lighthearted way.
It’s the talent of appreciating life’s beauty – stunning objects, wild adventures, and mouthwatering food.
It’s the skill of living life to the fullest, with unabashed bliss, nonchalance, and exquisite manners.
And the only way to achieve this life full of is by being a disciplined rebel.
Are successful and live La Dolce VITA lifestyle to the fullest
Are artists of life
Refuse cookie cutter’s thinking and live their own way
Are their most important priority and practice self-respect
Have (and respect) boundaries
Have exquisite, sophisticated manners
Embrace beauty and relaxed elegance
Don’t care of social conditioning
Know what they really want (and don’t want)
Are not good, feel good
Have consistent, intentional routines
Are focused and productive, so they work smarter (not harder) and less hours
Stop hurrying – start relaxing, and indulge in small pleasures during the day
Value their family and friends
Eat healthy food, exercise regularly and spend time outdoor
Nourish their body, mind and soul
Refuse all old disempowering paradigms
Own their time and their life
Manage their business and refuse to let their business manage their lives
Delegate and empower their team showing trust
Let go of perfection and control
Have no self-imposed limits and embrace adventure
Say “no” when it’s a “no”, so they can say “yes” to themselves
Know that asking for support is a bold, smart move