Friday, 25 August 2017

The Diverse Life of Stanton DeFreitas

Stanton DeFreitas has always benefited from increased exposure to diversity. He grew up in Toronto, a city that is pretty well known for respecting diversity of opinion and culture. Not only that, but he grew up in the Scarborough neighborhood, home to many cultures blended together in one small area dn living together more or less harmoniously. It was here that Stanton DeFreitas first received exposure to different cultures, languages, food, musics, and styles.

Stanton DeFreitas is a proud Canadian, but he is also a citizen of the world. He is equally proud of his Caribbean roots and has always looked for reasons and means to celebrate those roots. This is part of what led him to start a career as an international business consultant, helping companies all across the globe to improve their operations.

Thursday, 25 May 2017

From Toronto To The World: Stanton DeFreitas

Stanton DeFreitas was born in a neighborhood in Toronto’s east end known as Scarborough. This neighborhood is not known to be particularly affluent or have all of the things tourists most want to visit on a trip to Toronto. What it did have, however, was an extremely diverse population that interacted with each other regularly. The diversity of culture that Stanton DeFreitas experienced was a key factor that shaped him as he grew into a young adult. He was pretty clearly the beneficiary of being raised in a neighborhood and a city which not only possessed diversity, but celebrated it and amplified it in a positive way.

Stanton DeFreitas has developed a philosophical view of the world which is the culmination of his experiences with different cultures and his appreciation of them. He firmly believes that individuals should work to see themselves as citizens of the world rather than allowing their birthplace to be limiting in any way. Stanton DeFreitas is interested in sharing his philosophy with the world. He has an aspiration to be an author or writer who discusses a range of topics relating to his philosophy and help people to deal with everyday problems. This is something he has become quite passionate about in the last few years and something which he is pushing forward with.

Sunday, 5 February 2017

Profile: Stanton DeFreitas

Being a great businessman is not Stanton DeFreitas’ main goal. Of course, he wants to be the best, but he would feel that way about anything he did. He wants to share the knowledge he has gained over his lifetime with the world in a way that makes everything better for everyone. Stanton DeFreitas would like everyone in the world to benefit from the same lessons learned as a child, growing up in the incredibly diverse Scarborough section of Toronto. As a Canadian citizen with Caribbean roots, he appreciated being exposed to such an environment during his formative years. He believes that having been exposed to a wide variety of traditions and cultures and embracing them has made him an excellent businessman and a better person.

Because Stanton DeFreitas could experience and witness a wide variety of cultures, he now understands that everyone, wherever they come from, is a citizen of the world and not just the country they call home. He believes that everyone should try to broaden their horizons in every way; spiritually, academically and culturally. It is with that approach in mind that Stanton DeFreitas uses his business travels, which cover the world, to become more than an entrepreneur.

Stanton DeFreitas wants to become a writer, so that he can talk to people about many issues he believes are most important to society. Among the subjects he wants to write about include a lot more than just global current events. He also wants to write about international travel and international sporting events. He’d also like to write about personal health and wellness. Basically, he’d like to show people how we can work better together, among the various world cultures. Often, we one culture finds a solution to a problem by examining another culture. Sticking within our own culture, we'll never learn about that.