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Fabiano de Abreu and Jennifer de Paula. Photo: Luther King / MF Global Press.

Fabiano de Abreu wins award and stands out as a philosopher abroad

Fabiano de Abreu is one of those people who don't ever give up. An example of your determination is the fact, After seeing your computer distributor company – the third largest of Rio de Janeiro at the time – break in mid- 2008, in major crisis, chased a new branch to rebuild. So he found the artistic entrepreneurship, area in which became one of the largest in history ahead of the MF Global Press.

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Among so many qualities of Fabiano, one in particular stands out: your range of experience in various types of services. The Luso-Brazilian – origin that carries with pride – has been the computer entrepreneur, technology and information, journalist, writer and philosopher. And this vast knowledge was fundamental to your success.

The hard work was rewarded with several awards, one of them was delivered in 2016, When he won the award for journalist who created more characters to brazilian press and, also in 2016, the award for best press officer for disclosure of national films and television. This year, Fabiano has been voted best Brazil's press Advisor.

With offices located in the United States, Brasil, Chile, Portugal and Angola, and a solid career, the journalist had much to teach. Thinking about it, released book “Live Might Not Be So Bad” in november of 2016 at the Municipal Library of Castelo de Paiva, in Portugal and then in the library of St. Lazarus, the oldest of Lisbon.

The success has made the book was also released in a special way the University Gregorio Semedo, in Luanda, capital of Angola. The event held in April this year at the largest University Library in Africa was attended by students, teachers, from the Dean, In addition to local news and celebrities. The Brazilian writer gave a motivational speech in the Auditorium of the Gregorio Semedo.

“The library was full, with many students. The people liked it, interacted and I was very happy. A professor of psychology at the University were present and praised a lot the book and lecture, as well as the Rector of the Universidade Gregorio Semedo. We were invited to go back to Africa by Óscar Ribas, to make the lecture there too”, Fabiano de Abreu account, He travelled to Angola with the former model and now international correspondent journalist Jennifer de Paula.

Finally, Fabiano was invited to prepare this year's journalistic Award organized by the Press Association, AIB in Rio de Janeiro, one of the most important of Brazil. In addition to, of course, to be responsible for the assessoraria of the award.

References and details of prêmithe: pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fabiano_de_Abreu

About the book “Live Might Not Be So Bad”

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“The book deals with all kinds of theme and situation, things that flashed in my head, things I saw or lived and carried to the role. In my life I met a lot of people, by 10 years went importer traveling the world and artistic advisor today, both media if you know people all the time. Got rocks on the road all the time, life is a war, I wouldn't call it live and Yes survive, We survived with the weight we have to be better in everything we do and with the weight of financial obligation to conduct a life. Life can be wonderful if we want to be wonderful, everything is the result of choice and attitudes, We can't simply be free doing what goes and what can, We have to know how to play the game of life and handle ourselves means and tricks to have a better life. The fact that survive doesn't mean that we can't live in this survival. We have to learn to live in survival”, says Fabiano de Abreu.

It is important to note that it is not easy to a Brazilian writer launch a book in Portugal, country that has a very complex literature concept. To be considered a philosopher in Portugal it is necessary to have a record that you get after a course or college. Fabiano threw the book at the municipal library of Castelo de Paiva and Saint Lazarus library, the oldest of Lisbon. In April will throw in the greater University of Luanda in Angola and in July in Brazil.

The writer, philosopher, Publicist and journalist explains that the book covers occasions already passed, heard or saw with their own eyes: “The ideas happen when we are sure that happened and it worked. Chances are not tangible like experience to serve as a lesson. The life experience helped me a lot because I was Rico and broke, After I restarted my life, I lived the sentimental experience financial drive and the result of it all. I came to conclusions that I believe who will from heaven to hell can know. I just haven't had the experience of being close to death yet, I hope I wasn't too, but it would be another experience that raises the knowledge the types of subjects who lived can know. The whole load of experience in life that make a difference and keep in memory was significant to that experience and learning to move on”.

The author also as developed the ideas of the work “Live Might Not Be So Bad”. “I like to spend a lot of time alone, is really the best time to think because we don't have to think about pleasing who's on our side or serve this person, what takes the concentration. Noted excerpts that came to mind even driving or in a chat with someone. I note in my Evernote. I think a lot, I think all the time, until almost go crazy for this. I even went to a psychiatrist to think less (laughs), but I chose not to follow the meds because I don't want to think less, my job requires that I have come up with ideas for content and make people get famous. It's so hilarious because it's so boring sometimes and I work with that. Fame is good for making money, because the popularity results that. If the farmer's son knew how good the life you have, I wouldn't be leaving the interior so empty to the madness of big cities. I think in the future to write in the silence of the mountain looking green and the sky”, Finalizes Fabiano de Abreu.

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