Emil Ivanov Antonov
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Birthday: 22. 01.1977
Education: Secondary
Occupation: Student in Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridsky, IV course, Ethnology


What is your vision of a world that works for everyone?
One world that works for everyone, in the Cosmos, in the nature it’s a normal thing. only the human people are wrong with something in their life understanding. I hope that our future world will be a more harmonious place. I mean more beautiful in material and spiritual aspect

What do you see as the most pressing problems facing the world today?
The growing militarism, drugs and the ecological problems.

How do you feel this problems could best be solved?
I thing with many communications between the governments and information exchange and patience between the people.

I was born in Sofia in 1977, but the first seven years of my life I lived in a small city, far from the capitol of Bulgaria with my grandmother and grandfather. All my childhood I was very close to the nature. But when I have to study in the school, I faced the civilization. So seven years I studied my primary school education in Russian school-with the special statute. After that I studied in the Spanish high school. Than I started to study History in the Sofia University, but after two years in the 1998 I decided to go in Ethnology-some new course of lectiones (started in 1993), because I understood that my interest are in more cultural ways. Every summer I go in practice in the country and I am very happy about this. My father and mother are economists. I have dog-pincher called Demy Moore. My favorite film is the trilogy about Indiana Jones. I like very mach to read Steven King end Umberto Eko. From the filosofs I prefer Osho and Nitshe. I love the excursions in the mountains and my favorite sport is the soccer, and I am very happy when I watch Sumo because I have contact with many Japan’s people that study in Bulgaria - this is from the period of my life when I was training Kendo. But from this training’s I damaged my hand and I stopped, and since that time 1998 I started to play music - Bass guitar and Clarinet. I hope to find many international friends that have interest of music, art and the problems of leadership.

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Books Completed:

  • As A Man Thinketh
  • Jonathan Livingston Seagull
  • Awaken The Giant Within
  • Pulling Your Own Strings
  • Real Magic
  • Success through a Positive Mental Attitude
  • Your Sacred Self
  • Psycho-Cybernetics 2000
  • Unconditional Life
  • The Law of Attraction
  • Goal Setting 101
  • The Power Of Intention
  • Nonviolent Communication
  • Leadership for Dummies
  • Goal Mapping
  • Unlimited Power

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