Humility and “la dolce vita”

April 28, 8:00am - 9:00am CEST. Hosted at MESH

part of a series on Humility

About the speaker

Pellegrino Riccardi has always been fascinated by people, especially what motivates and drives them to do the things they do. Over the past 30 years, Pellegrino has spent his time travelling around the world helping people interact more effectively with each other. Today, Pellegrino is a highly sought-after public speaker and trainer, providing talks and courses on areas such as cross-cultural relations, sales and negotiations skills, as well as providing his experience and insights in the task of helping others become great public speakers themselves.

Pellegrino is of Italian parentage, with a British passport, and has lived in Norway for the last 20 years.

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Additional details

Ask a typical Norwegian in Norway to talk about himself and he will be quite modest and humble. But ask the same Norwegian abroad to talk about his country and he will lose all sense of humility. How can this be? Pellegrino’s talk will look at the extent to which humility is an important part of the national mindsets around the world and how too much humility can actually stop you from achieving the ultimate goal; namely, “la dolce vita” (the good life and happiness).