Andrea Cabassi really did it, against all expectations, at 40.
Brilliant career, a so-called ideal life full of many “things” and “beautiful” people but, despite the happy appearance, he didn’t feel serene.
Instead, he felt suffocating. And every day that passed was worse.
Trapped by social expectations (study, find a job, get married, have kids, etc.) and awakened by a tip from an old lady that fate brought into his life, he gave up his old life to catch a plane and follow his dreams.
A LITERARY INVITATION FOR DINNER AND TO FOLLOW YOUR DREAMS
In this book you’ll learn:
> how Andrea changed his route, heading towards serenity, although he saw mainlyobstacles and constraints
> the unforgettable story of a contemporary man who challenged the misleading rulesof Western everyday life
> the Recipe of Freedom: the right ingredients to see the world with different eyes andwith the courage to just walk a path
Andrea tells us about fears, hopes and uncertainties before, during, and after his greatdecision.
He narrates his story laid bare and reveals how even “normal” people can go further.
A COURAGE INJECTION FOR THOSE WHO ARE THINKING ABOUT IT, WITHOUT SUGARCOATING THINGS – EVERY CHANGE IS HARD
An authentic testimony of someone who made it. A loud “You can do it!”; even more… “You must do it!”
Today, Andrea savors a sense of freedom that makes him feel peaceful in every single moment.
The first stage of his new life was a job in Dubai, followed by the decision to take the big leap, and then…
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“If you don’t like where you are, move. You aren’t a tree.”
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ABSTRACT: Riyadh, cancelled flight. Does getting angry help getting planes off the tarmac? No. I smile at the information desk guy, who is in no position to make any predictions. A kiosk here and there that sells brightly colored food, monochromatic coffee-cream-colored walls and ceiling, a slippery floor with a boring geometric design and a pain in the ass (my ass). I’ve counted all the floor tiles in the airport. Fourteen thousand nine hundred and twelve. I should be really annoyed but, instead, I am happy and start laughing. A year and a half ago, I kept telling myself that I was happy. Then I realized that I was lying to myself and I found the courage to uproot my life. A mammoth task. Now, I feel much closer to happiness than ever before. Believe me, it can and it must be done. Shall we discuss it over dinner? I’m buying.
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