Ever since I was a child I liked to observe. Listen and observe, without any specific motivation to form judgments. I guess, that was the time when I was building the body of knowledge, forming my own understanding of the patterns of human behavior. I just found it fascinating that humans are able to think, express their thoughts in language and share them with others. Same thing, I guess, has led me to the studies of philosophy. Especially the fascination with the thinking process, belief-formation and knowledge-building has led me into the studies of the theory of knowledge and cognition and philosophy of science. I was fortunate during my life to meet and interact with different people from the different walks of life, different professions, different cultures and different personalities. Sharing stories, experiences and reflections with them has widened my horizons, allowed me to have a very close insight into the experiences very different from my own, to rethink my own background assumptions and keep my mind open. I noticed that other people could learn from me as well as I could learn a lot from other people.... That is how the passion for developing myself and others was born.
I have been teaching for over a decade and since the very beginning I have realized that teaching and training is the profession that I am feeling comfortable in and which brings me a lot of satisfaction. I like to contribute to the development of people, and if I see their progress that makes me happy. I do like to work with people and see if I can make them reflect and have fun at the same time. In other words, it is not an accident that I am on this path: I am a person with intrinsic motivation who recognizes that things are never perfect and is constantly seeking to improve my expertise and develop further as a professional.
As a person, I am genuinely interested in people and their growth. with a drive for depth and excellence, ethics and finding new unorthodox ways of communication and instruction. I like to teach with humour, and make connections with my students. I love what I do, care how I do it and to whom. I believe that students feel that as well. The more training experience I get, the more colors and subtleties I see in the process. I hope I will be able to share that passion with you and we can learn from each other. .