Why should it be only one and not two or three…or as many as we want?! Editorial Alberta La Grup | Author: María José Núñez | February 2023 It is almost certain that you too have been told since you were a small child that you absolutely
Editorial Alberta La Grup | Author: María José Núñez Luxury in hotels isn’t demonstrated through the number of stars it holds alone, but also through the specific services it offers, such as: uniqueness, gastronomy, breakfast, the spa, the concierge service, to name a few amongst a
Editorial Alberta La Grup | Author: María José Núñez | December 2022 As we all already know, the word ‘elite’ means belonging to a select minority. In other words, being part of a group that has a privileged status… something along the lines of “being a
Editorial Alberta La Grup | Author: María José Núñez | December 2022 Becoming trained in lifestyle management and personal assistance is both the present and the future. We are moving towards a world in which managing time, or better said, having the power to control what
Editorial Alberta La Grup | Author: María José Núñez | November 2022 How important is training when channelling your career towards becoming a professional Personal Angel? In another editorial, we already discussed the role of experience in the area of Lifestyle Management and whether this is fundamental or
Editorial Alberta La Grup | Author: María José Núñez | November 2022 Although both terms could appear to mean the same thing, there are some basic differences that separate them, which we will be exploring in this article. Caretakers and concierge are two completely different professions and,
Editorial The Lifestyle Institute | Author: María José Núñez | September 2022 Defining trust is just as complex as it is to trust in someone. How would you describe this verb? It could be something along the lines of belief and certainty that someone will act in the
Author: María José Núñez Translation: Emily Benton We live in a world surrounded by myths, beliefs and even fantasies about pretty much everything around us. Could the reason be that we think we know everything but really we know nothing? Maybe this is an overly catastrophic reference.