Mauro, a young from Bogota and entrepreneur, has trained in Colombia as a great professional and influencer.
But is it easy to create content in a city like Bogotá? Not really, despite the fact that @maurorg9 loves sunny days, rainy days, and always does its best to make a better Bogotá and a great Colombia;
The reality is that can you undertake with digital resources in a city that increased your insecurity by more than 17% in 2019? Sounds difficult right? Remember in February 2019 when Mauro Rosero tried to record a video for his Instagram account (@maurorg9, but unfortunately,
He was the victim of a robbery? But Mauro, despite the circumstances has done his best to get ahead with its content. To achieve this, it is essential to be resilient, whatever happens,
What is a resilient person?, is a person who accepts reality, who builds their plans in adversity, adapts to circumstances and makes the best of them. @maurorg9 believes that a problem is an opportunity to give the best you have, show what you are doing and get out of that adversity. The main motivation of this young man is his followers, he seeks every day to be better for them.
As their abilities make them smile every day, color their gray days and despite the circumstances they do what they can, because, do you think that if they had surrendered to the first fall they would have had 150k followers on their Instagram account? If we let ourselves be influenced by themes that we don’t really have the power to control; such as insecurity, social criticism, censorship and more issues that a beautiful country like Colombia is facing every day, we cannot reach the place we want to be. What you can and should do is to be a better Colombian every day, Mauro explains, that we must be kind, generous in our attitudes, especially with those who are in a condition equal to or worse than ours, begins with smaller, for your house, your relatives, you have to spread your good deeds, be the first to initiate change.
“Do not be afraid when something gets so dark, remember that in the dark it is where the stars are best appreciated.”