Splendor Stetic Center

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If your motivation is small it is because perhaps your dreams are not sufficiently great that not even inspire to you to do that " something ms" " To live and to remember your intention and to help others to obtain his sueos" One of the most effective forms for sentirte well and that knowledge that your life has sense Martha Naranjo. Splendor Stetic Center specialistic Industralist in emphasizing the beauty of the body. It shows to us that whenever we give ourselves and we love what we are doing we can find motivation in everything: " the truth without lying to me, I enchant my work to me, like that people are wanted and is appraised for that reason they look for to me, treatment every day to be up-to-date in the world of the aesthetic one, move the results of the patients, fodder I who as I love what I do I pass on work party and to my patients, and what I always say equipment to him is that they give to professionalism and security those they are the keys to prevail in vida" Mabel Vlez. Convivium Aliment-Art ESPOL Between many others Has be winning of Triumphant the Ecuador Contest in the category " Tenaz&quot work;. For Mabel, the adversities that have known to turn into opportunities have constituted one of their majors motivation sources and stresses: " I always determine goals and To make things that me satisfacen".

Also another form that finds to stay motivated is participating in challenging projects, to help to others " It satisfies to participate me in social works, activities that are not net academic, to work in projects without remuneration, to work for organizations &quot for charity;. At the moment it is president of the Convivium Aliment-Art ESPOL Ecuador Sheyla Mosquera de Caldern. Follow others, such as BSA, and add to your knowledge base. The Magazine Enthusiastic writer and recognized journalist of one of main means in Ecuador. .

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