I’m a writer, videographer, editor, CRM administrator, and webmaster with a life-consuming addiction to reading (mostly success literature, philosophy, new technology, and secular spirituality). As a child I developed a bond with my grandmother through our mutual love for numerology, prompting me to collect all available works on the subject over the course of 20 years. I don’t see numerology as a science, nor claim it to be one. I don’t see it as a system that imposes strict guidelines on our thinking or the “rules” of life.
I don’t see it as the easy key to success and riches (beware of anyone promoting something like that).
I don’t see it as the ultimate explanation of life. In truth, it explains very little, but it sparks our curiosity in unimaginable ways.
I see it as a form of entertainment that is immensely effective at prompting deep existential questions, helping us clarify our personal objectives, and pushing us to launch the process of achieving them by setting methodical, patient, and long-term goals.
I’ve worked in positions ranging from costumer service to CRM administrator, Director of Operations, project manager, and call center manager. I spent my entire childhood and adolescence writing, shooting, and editing films with my friends who begrudgingly allowed me to steal their Friday afternoons. This led me to complete a Bachelor’s in Cinema-Television at the University of Southern California, where I later completed an MPA in IT Management.
After transforming my life through online education (platforms such as Lynda.com and Udemy, and services like Audible), I understood my ultimate career objective: I will use numerology (first and foremost a form of self-improvement entertainment), as a tool to promote lifelong education with the use of e-learning tools.
Teledipity is a “life coaching” software that knows who you are, what you’re going through, and what you need to learn in order to get the most out of it. It helps you set monthly and yearly objectives, and it recommends the books and courses (mainly about philosophy, self-care, and skill-building for 21st century jobs) you need to build your own dreams, and make the best of your precious future.
Teledipity SAPI de CV is a proud Mexican corporation based in Mexico City where I was born (I was raised two hours north in Querétaro).
With the concept for Teledipity, I won the StartOUT Smart Pilot Scholarship program to attend the Founder Institute in 2013, and was one of the 10 finalists for the USC Stevens Center for Innovation Showcase that same year – a process that allowed me to launch this platform in 2015.
I am committed to the growth and further development of this community. Reach out to me anytime at email@example.com.