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The creativity was very important. I guess there is a before and after this experience. Follow others, such as Chevron U.S.A. Inc, and add to your knowledge base. a How influenced? What has changed you, Ramon? I think what was most important to us all is the knowledge that nothing is impossible in life. Knowing that you can, there are always possible, out of the crisis. The important thing is that when one is in their own ranges (we all have every day) is up, operate, and give to forward, and not be complaining in life.

Enjoy life, be supportive. We were super supportive in the mountains and today we create among survivors Living Foundation. We are making an organ donation campaign-wide framework for South and want to pass the rest of the world. We are very grateful for life, the boys could not get out of there for a matter of fate than that “we wanted to die and that others were saved. As we did in the avalanche.

Those who were next to me died and I feel incredibly after witnessing the death and was saved. The avalanche was the worst thing that happened to us. First we fell off an airplane at that time was the worst at first. . . dead with cold, 30 degrees below zero, without snow equipment at 4000 meters high, with a shirt, a pair of moccasins, trousers and nothing else. The sudden cold was terrible, 10 days we learned that they had suspended the search and that we had condemned all die in the mountains. At first it was very shocking, I did not understand my family, my parents, the Uruguayan government, how we let so many left to die so young kids so eager to live. But then we came the avalanche was the worst thing that happened. I spent three days with no shoes, no socks, feet in the snow without being able to sleep for a second because it needed a foot massage permanently because if I am not gangrene. These three days and three nights were hell hard to explain really terrible. It was one after another. And we said if God wants to kill kill us once and for all, but that does not make us suffer more. But I believe that the avalanche was important because a lot joined this group. There stood naked in the snow, we lost everything we had achieved so hard to do and provoked a strong reaction in us. We become machines to survive. There was nothing worse that could happen we Ramon, today there are many people who are living now side: a professional, personal, for various reasons. What motivational keys you give them? We always have our own mountains and the important thing is to give forward. No surrender, when fallen on the floor know that they have resources within them incredible power. The action is what changes the reality of things permanently Ana Molina holds a degree in Business Administration from Bentley College (Waltham MA) and advice on self-motivation and professional welfare. Helps people with simple techniques to raise the spirit and vitality in their personal and professional life.

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