Why “IN”?


  1. Used to indicate inclusion in a space, place, or boundary.
  2. Used to indicate inclusion in something abstract or immaterial.

Everyone should be “IN”.

“IN” is a weekly newsletter designed for you, who understand and are interested in the WbH concept of life.

Core Values

Nothing serious in life can be done without values.

These are “IN”‘s core values:


Are You an “INNER”?

“INNER”: person who reads and lives the “IN” newsletter.


Can I help you?

This is my e-mail address.

For comments, questions, suggestions, and anything else you can think of, feel free to write to me.


You want to grow, you want to feel better, you want to enjoy life with something.

Something that can be a piece of advice, a hack, an idea, a book, a course.

Something that will make you grow or, simply, laugh a lot.

Something that, perhaps, can change your life.

Everyone should be “IN”.

“IN”, the newsletter for those who want to be “IN”.

Every Wednesday in your inbox.

By the way, it’s FREE, because the most important things in life are always FREE.



Your time is money. 2-3 minutes a week is enough. Want more information? Drop me an e-mail.



Things I’ve tried and worked for me. They will make you think. They will tempt you to try them.



Clear, direct, pragmatic.



Not boring at all. Not too deep. Not too shallow..

An “INNER” likes to:

  • Become the best version of himself/herself.
  • Evolve, learn new things.
  • Have fun, enjoy life, laugh, share with others.
  • Get the most out of life.
  • Give meaning to his life.

An “INNER” believes in:

  • Dialogue.
  • Pragmatism.
  • Clarity.
  • Relaxation.

An “INNER” does NOT like (at all):

  • Anxiety.
  • Stress.
  • Negativity.
  • Arguments.
  • Radicalism.

An “INNER” is:

  • Open-minded.
  • A citizen of the world.

Train, learn, apply it to your daily life.