Lorenzo Mule’ Stagno comes across as positive, sprightly and capable. He is a well-known lecturer, heads a company that represents one of the world’s top business schools and still thinks of himself as a teacher first and foremost. Be he a teacher at heart, a mentor or a businessman, the man rarely loses his smile, not even when discussing stress and his own failings and failures. In fact the interview I had with him was more than fun and sprinkled throughout with bursts of laughter. Although very accomplished as a lecturer and quite an extrovert I did have a problem getting the full picture of what he does and does well. He kept insisting with me that he hated boasting and sounding arrogant. As I have found in the many times I have heard him lecture he knows how to capture an audience but he also can deliver a meaningful message in all he says.