Gabriel Nossovitch is the co-founder of several personal transformation companies throughout Latin America: ArgentinaWorks SA, in Buenos Aires, ChileWorks SA, in Santiago, Mexworks SA de CV and WorldWorks Mexico, in Mexico City. He is the co-founder of WorldWorks Inc. in the United States.
He is currently the Chairman of the Board of Worldworks Mexico and the Director of Training for Worldworks México and Chileworks. These organizations offer personal growth and transformational seminars and sponsor large scale community service projects aimed at raising awareness in underprivileged populations in the Americas.
Gabriel studied political science and international relations at the Universidad Catolica de Cordoba, and Economics at the Universidad Nacional de Cordoba, both in Argentina. In 1984, he won a scholarship to study Comparative Politics at Sophia University in Tokyo, Japan, where he spent one year studying and working as a cross-cultural trainer. He holds a BSBA degree from Georgetown University and an MBA from INSEAD, the leading European business school located in Fontainebleau, France. He has triple citizenship (Argentinian, French and US) and is fluent in Spanish, English and French.
His life-long interest in ontology, coupled with his study of consciousness and transformational technologies come together to create a unique blend of knowledge and experience. Gabriel is Advisor for Transformational Trainings to One-Degree Media and Entertainment, a global media company focused on personal growth, and is a founding member of Association of Transformational Leaders of Southern California. Gabriel is also a member of the Transformational Leadership Council, a group of world renown thought leaders of personal and organizational transformation who support each other in their contributions to the world.
CHAPTER 33: We Are One and the Same
From a young age, this little philosopher asks the quintessential question: “Who Am I?” After he receives an unexpected, rather unfavorable answer, it sparks a lifelong quest in search of Truth. It isn’t until he glimpses his role in the “Play of Life” that he begins to see his existence as an important part of a greater, universal performance.