global citizen, Project Manager, and entrepreneur in Algérie
I believe in peace as a global language, however ‘Fight Club’ is my favorite movie. I think it basically tells the story of you, me and anyone else reading this. The story of the common dilemma we all face: The hypocrisy of society.
This movie inspired me to the point where I used to act like Taylor Durden when holding a speech, while discussing how some of us are wasting their potential or even while explaining that “This is your life and it's ending one minute at a time”. It inspired me even to adopt a part of taylor's way of thinking like going deep in how we're some of the strongest and smartest species on this planet but a lot of us are squandering their lives by working jobs they hate to get money they don’t own to buy things they don’t need in order to impress people they don’t like and don't care about.
If I could summarize one of the major things I’ve learned from the past few years, it will be the fact that each one of us has a magical huge potential that may be hidden or already used, a potential that will certainly help making the world a better and beautiful place to live in. That's why I want to spend the rest of my life helping people changing the direction of their life to explore this hidden potential, a potential that can avoid anyone of us living a whole life waiting, waiting and waiting for that ONE thing to magically happen by coincidence. The motto I trust to pursue this purpose is: "if this is your first night at fight club you have to fight".
Concretely, today I am exploring my purpose with moms and dads, sisters and brothers, friends and neighbors by supporting our community and helping millions of families all over the world to look good, feel good and get more out of life. Within my current position in Unilever I am participating with small actions every day to make life better, not just by managing Unilever Algeria Logistics & Customer service, living sustainably, protecting the environment, going green or empowering my teams but It’s also about human connections and making a difference in your family, your community and in our world, where peace is the common language.
Does this description explain who am I? Not a bit! This is just a short version of the global citizen I am, the largest part of the iceberg is to discover…
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