This time we interview Antonio who has been in our Coworking office:
Who are you and what do you do?
My name is Antonio. I am a Tutor / Trainer specialized in Marketing. I work for a continuing education company. Also, future teacher of Physical Education in Secondary and Baccalaureate.
Describe yourself with 3 adjectives:
Nervous, perfectionist, disciplined.
Favorite corner of Malaga:
Los Montes de Málaga and its routes.
Of all the places in the world that you have visited, which one have you liked or surprised you the most? Why?:
Thailand. Its ancestral culture in contrast to its crazy parties in the light of the moon. Antagonistic and wonderful.
Your favorite dish:
Steamed broccoli with turmeric and boiled egg. And coffee
A series or movie that you would recommend to everyone:
I don’t like series. There are many movies that I like but if I had to choose one it would be “Requiem for a dream”
A book you would recommend:
“Kites in the Sky” by Khaled Hosseini.
Sport: I do a lot of sport; transmits the values that a society needs to succeed: perseverance, discipline and effort. That is why I am competing for a Secondary Teacher in the Specialty of Physical Education.
Music you listen to:
Morcheeba, Saint Germain, Bjork, Extremoduro, Héroes del Silencio, Los Planetas, etc.
What can you tell us about your time at BeWorking ?
I was looking for a place to get out of the house and telecommute. I wanted to break with the living room as a work environment because, after the confinement, the walls were falling on me. It is a quiet place, with a good atmosphere and with an unbeatable price in the city. You meet other people outside your environment and they can always bring you something new in your life; you break away from the carelessness of putting your laptop aside to bring your lunch plate closer to you and then return, after 20 minutes, to pick it up again. It’s not healthy.
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Thank you very much for the interview Antonio!