When you travel, you meet new people, cultures, experience new things, embark on all sorts of adventures (good and bad), and perhaps even redefine your meaning of life. When you travel, you leave behind the familiar and take on a world of new things.
Traveling to new places exposes you to new ideas, new cultures, and new people. When you travel, you experience new things, embark on all sorts of adventures, and perhaps even redefine your meaning of life.
One such individual who is embarking on new adventures every day is Pablo Valero. He is working with Royal Caribbean International, the second-largest cruise line in the world, while also managing his own business.
Pablo grew up in Mexico and graduated with a degree in Commerce and International Business. After graduating, he took up a 9-to-5 job which paid his bills. He also pursued courses in Data Science and Data Analysis from IBM and Social Media Marketing from Facebook. By taking these courses, he got certified.
Pablo has always been interested in adventure sports like surfing, rock climbing, etc. Fitness is very important to him so he also got a certification as a personal trainer. His office job did not allow him to travel and he felt stuck. He decided to escape the 9-to-5 world and work for Royal Caribbean International, the second-largest cruise line in the world.
During the lockdown, he came up with ideas to earn money. He used the connections he made while traveling and launched his own social media marketing agency, Valero Media. Since then, he has been helping businesses grow an online presence, boost sales and increase audience on social media platforms.
Within a year, Valero Media has generated a seven-figure revenue in just management. Currently, he is working on expanding his business and helping more brands make an impact. This has helped him rediscover himself as a person and approach life practically.
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