I wanted to take a moment here to talk about my experience at Origins Recovery.
That is something I learned right at the beginning of my career, as manager of Universidad de Chile. I had spent 14 years playing for that club — almost matches defending the shirt.
So it was a very special moment for me to make my debut as a manager there. It was also a risk. The club was in very bad shape financially and had many problems. In the middle of the season, I made a mistake. I went to England for one month to do a coaching course, leaving the team with my assistant in charge.
In the end, we went down. Relegated not even by a point, but by one goal. I was starting my career with heavy baggage. It would be quite a challenge to prove that I could still have a big, international career.
To tell you the truth, for most of my playing days I had thought that when I finished as a player, I would commit my life per cent to construction.
I was already an engineer while I was still playing and had set up my own construction company, so it seemed destined that was my path. I met Fernando Riera. He was my manager at Universidad de Chile and a coach who was very well known internationally — the man who took the Chilean national team to third place at the World Cup.
Bit by bit, over the five years he managed me as a player, he stirred that vocation in me so that, in the end, I decided to do the coaching courses. They thought it was a waste of time to quit an important career as an engineer to commit to football.
The best decision I ever took in life was to work doing what I liked. I liked football more than engineering. It was a decision that had a lot of risks, no doubt about it. But I was not afraid to take them. For a time I did both — working as a manager and keeping my engineering career going — but in I realised that I had to commit exclusively to football.
That it was impossible to be successful unless I was only a manager. After leaving my first job init was another 10 years before I left Chile to work in Ecuador. I felt it would be a really useful experience if I wanted to work internationally.
But leaving Chile was a very difficult decision to make. So I went to Ecuador alone. On one hand, it helped me to dedicate a lot of time to football. On the other, it was a big sacrifice for our family. Living alone is like a test you have to undergo if you want to work in different countries.
After a defeat, you come home to an empty apartment. Just to do it all again the next day. Even the work I had done in Chile was only what I would qualify as average. But this challenge in Ecuador, where we were able to win the league with the team from Quito, is what really started my career, I believe.The best financial decision I ever made was to live frugally.
My family never had much money, so it was natural to become a very frugal spender in adulthood. Remaining frugal has allowed me to max out my K (where the tax laws allow me to), contribute to an IRA, buy rental property, and save 40% of my after tax income.
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