One of the great books of the new year is the bestseller of Sir Manuel Freire-Garabal y Núñez that is entitled “Follow your own Dynasty”.

He confesses to us part of his philosophy: “Every time you have an idea, however minimally feasible is its development, at least you have to try to make a feasibility study, that can show you if that minimum possibility can lead you to success”. “I have always been in favor of one having to trust in oneself and not be influenced by the opinions of others. If Bill Gates, Norman Foster or Marc Zukeberg had allowed themselves to be influenced by the opinions of their professors, they would never have achieved success in their respective fields. ”

The author is a 23-year-old Spanish lawyer and journalist with extensive experience in advising Princes, Governments and large family businesses that want to give continuity to his legacy.

Currently, apart from being the President of the Privy Council of a Saudi Prince, Sir Manuel Freire-Garabal y Núñez is an outstanding business man that has received more than thirty international awards for his techniques when developing business as well as the creation of innovative projects.

“Starting from the basis of our own innovation, we have to be realistic and if we have the pleasure of having a family history of love and heartbreak in life and business, even if they are not applicable to our field, at least they will serve as guidance. Sometimes it seems curious, but maybe a fact taken from a field contrary to ours always entails similar risks “.

This wonderful mind considered one of the most influential in the Middle East will present its particular philosophy in the events organized in Davos the next 18 to 25 January of BLOCK DAVOS-World Economic Forum.

In his paper on capital markets, he will have to defend the Middle East market by sharing a desk with positions at Mellon Bank in New York, experts from Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan.

If you want to know more about this impressive guy called The Dynasty Man buy his new book on Amazon or Kindle.