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Alec Torelli is an Italian-American professional poker player and problem solver from Orange County, California. He started his first company, Doormat Delivery' at 14 but went All-In as soon as he discovered poker when he was 16 years old. At 18, he dropped out of SMU to pursue his dream of traveling and playing poker professionally. He has been to over 40 countries and competed in the highest stakes cash games, tournaments and televised events around the world.
Alec is the founder of Conscious Poker, a training site which helps aspiring poker players reach the next level. He currently travels the world full time with his wife Ambra and they divide their time between Italy, Asia, and the United States. Alec documents his life on his popular YouTube channel and blog. Through his content, Alec aims to empower people to create a life filled with freedom, excitement, and choices, and live on their own terms.
Get ready for a bold call to action as Alec draws on his experience as a full time traveling digital entrepreneur. You will learn that his belief in freedom, excitement and choices is something that’s attainable with simple adjustments in your priorities, spending and saving, that ultimately allows
people to achieve the life they want. With a strong emphasis on accountability and self-awareness, Alec will challenge you to map your actions to your ambitions, ensuring you’re fully aware of what your goals are, leaving you with extremely effective and practical steps toward attaining them. Provocative, informative and actionable, this talk will resonate with you for a lifetime.
March 27, 2018
Recently I’ve been asking myself a simple question which has helped transform my daily outlook: ‘What’s your biggest problem?’
I’m human just like you. That means that some days I wake up feeling lethargic, apathetic, and world-weary. Life ebbs and flows; some days I feel like a rock star, other days like a turtle.
But I still have to get through the day and—at least try to—crush it. We can’t drift through life basing our actions on our feelings because they’re so wishy-washy. I believe that to truly live life to the fullest, we have to engineer our days.Read More >>
January 9, 2018
I tap the flashlight on my phone to illuminate the lamp switch. With squinting eyes, I see that it’s 4:40 a.m. in the morning, and not even the hotel receptionist is awake.
I’m supposed to be on vacation. After an arduous, intense month of work, I promised myself that I’d take the entire weekend off. For me, that distinctly meant a few things: no emails, no communicating, via Trello or Slack, and no business thoughts, in general.Read More >>