Naturally, I wanted to learn more about the island. I also love the fact that he speaks not only Maltese, English and conversational French - he speaks Italian, too.
A Brit with 30 years’ experience in business strategy and change management and who is quite involved in the island's education and culture.
I do like the idea of shaping business, which is how he describes his work, and that seems to be his strong suit. Alex has many online outposts, one of which is his personal blog.
Why are you online?
The Internet enables me to connect with people beyond the confines of a small island in the Mediterranean. It's weird spending more time 'talking' with and learning from people on the other side of the planet than 'real-life' people with whom I have little in common. But that's just the way our generation has panned out. We're not prepared to live within our natural 'confines' of geography, work, race and all the baggage of life that we have accumulated in the process.
What are you working on that you feel will connect ideas and people?
Who would you like to connect with?
This is an open invitation for those of you who believe in making your dream come true, the change agents in our midst, and all those who are passionate about getting their ideas done to connect with Alex.