WUN: So you started moving in a completely different direction.
Roberto: Yeah, totally different. I even look different, with tattoos, the clothes I wear. I express different things and life is good.
WUN: All right, that’s interesting. So you went through a life crisis and then you changed everything and now you’re a new kind of person.
Roberto: Yes. But I don’t call it a life crisis. I mean, I have a crisis every year, haha! This — it was a revolution. I’m a Buddhist and I really love to talk about these kind of things. We don’t have time for that now, but I was in Naples in November and did a two day workshop with Anna Ambrosi, who is presenting at Way Up North in april in Rome, and we had eight hours each, to talk in front of 150 people about it. A lot of people in this industry have the same experience and are struggling and it is important to tell them to go for it, that we were also at the beginning of the path once and tell them not to give up. Invest in yourself and that kind of shit.
WUN: All right.
Roberto: This is not really reflected on social media because I …
WUN: It’s personal?
Roberto: Well, it is more known by Italians, because I also have a blog where I write, because I love to write. But I can’t write in English that well, I can’t express myself in the right way in a second language. I would love to, because I love to think about choices, about life, about the path, etc. but that is not how it is right now.
WUN: Alright, thank you for taking the time to speak with us!
Roberto: Thank you! I’m 39 next month, so if you publish this in January, it will be a gift for my birthday, haha.