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This has turned out to be a far better choice than I realized then.
The author is German who attended university in the States and worked in NYC, London and Tokyo and then decided to move to Brazil to start his own business. Which means you can read some interesting stories about those cities as well as about Brazil.
Plus, he talks a lot about entrepreneurship. Though this book isn't a guide for someone who wants to start his/her own company, the info is nonetheless pretty down-to-earth and practical. And how many books combine all these stories in a single title?
This book got me to think about a lot of things. If you're having second thoughts about your way of life (be it social or professional), it isn't a bad idea to pick up "The Brazilian Dream."
I'm just amazed at how energetic the author is about his life and career.
abroad for professional reasons, I enjoyed to understand how people see the opportunities
that a country like Brazil has to offer in many aspects, from the rich culture to the open chances for
investment. No doubt, a place to be considered if someone is thinking about changing his perspectives.
This book made me feel homesick...see you at Santo Grão!
There is plenty of advice for beginners about business life style and cultural gaps.
I laughed a lot with Raphael's stories and his relations with girls.
I'd like to thank Raphael for sharing his professional and affective life with us. It can help other foreign people to try a new life in Brazil.