BIOGRAPHY

Alex Bellini is an adventurer, professional speaker, mental coach and an award-winning book author.

He has run more than 23.000 km but he doesn’t consider himself a runner. He has rowed more than 35.000 km, but he doesn’t consider himself a rower. He has lived in complete isolation more than 560 days, but he doesn’t consider himself a lone adventurer.

First and foremost, Alex is an explorer of human nature.

He is the co-founder of The 5th Element Ltd, a company specialized in performance consultancy, keynote and motivational speaking.

 

 

  • Try alternative routes, learn to look at things from different perspectives and always have the courage to take your own paths.

    Alex Bellini
  • Be true to yourself, but accept changing your objectives when you need to. - the value of a person is measured by how many times after a fall, that person got back up and said, “Let’s go!”

    Alex Bellini
  • I no longer rowed to reach land, but to make sure I always kept the right to be the person I was.

    Alex Bellini
  • The fastest way to end a war is to lose it.This had become my personal mantra to perseverance.

    Alex Bellini
  • I accepted not being a hero or a champion,but just a mere man fighting with all his strength .Doing so,I gave myself back my humanity.

    Alex Bellini
  • I was finding out that the biggest challenge was less surviving the perils of the sea and more surviving myself.

    Alex Bellini
  • I survived! The more blows I took, the stronger I got.

    Alex Bellini
  • I have always been sure that we are ready to achieve great success only when we are ready to face the bitterest failures.

    Alex Bellini
  • My adventure was taking on a new meaning, that of an introspective experience, a trip into the weaknesses and darkness of myself.

    Alex Bellini
  • I had learned to understand the courage of fear.

    Alex Bellini
  • Going by sea to an invisible destination is the perfect representation of surpassing your limits, your boundaries.

    Alex Bellini
  • Whatever happens in a person’s life, good or bad, it is the best thing that can happen for that person in that moment.

    Alex Bellini
  • The skill of a good sailor isn’t knowing how to weather the worst conditions, but it’s knowing not to leave if the conditions aren’t right.

    Alex Bellini
  • It would be hundreds of days, thousands of hours, millions of oar strokes before I would reach any land on other side of the Pacific.

    Alex Bellini
  • Real adventurers know that failures don’t exist. What does exist is a long list of experiences, more or less positive.

    Alex Bellini
  • In order to learn and grow up we truly need to be able to accept the fact that the ground beneath our feet is really a big ocean: to stay afloat, we need to move… always!

    Alex Bellini
  • The worst thing that can happen to an adventurous mind is loosing itself looking for a sort of “precautionary perfection”.

    Alex Bellini
  • Try alternative routes, learn to look at things from different perspectives and always have the courage to take your own paths.

    Alex Bellini
  • Be true to yourself, but accept changing your objectives when you need to. - the value of a person is measured by how many times after a fall, that person got back up and said, “Let’s go!”

    Alex Bellini
  • I no longer rowed to reach land, but to make sure I always kept the right to be the person I was.

    Alex Bellini
  • The fastest way to end a war is to lose it.This had become my personal mantra to perseverance.

    Alex Bellini
  • I accepted not being a hero or a champion,but just a mere man fighting with all his strength .Doing so,I gave myself back my humanity.

    Alex Bellini
  • I was finding out that the biggest challenge was less surviving the perils of the sea and more surviving myself.

    Alex Bellini
  • I survived! The more blows I took, the stronger I got.

    Alex Bellini
  • I have always been sure that we are ready to achieve great success only when we are ready to face the bitterest failures.

    Alex Bellini
  • My adventure was taking on a new meaning, that of an introspective experience, a trip into the weaknesses and darkness of myself.

    Alex Bellini
  • I had learned to understand the courage of fear.

    Alex Bellini
  • Going by sea to an invisible destination is the perfect representation of surpassing your limits, your boundaries.

    Alex Bellini
  • Whatever happens in a person’s life, good or bad, it is the best thing that can happen for that person in that moment.

    Alex Bellini
  • The skill of a good sailor isn’t knowing how to weather the worst conditions, but it’s knowing not to leave if the conditions aren’t right.

    Alex Bellini
  • It would be hundreds of days, thousands of hours, millions of oar strokes before I would reach any land on other side of the Pacific.

    Alex Bellini
  • Real adventurers know that failures don’t exist. What does exist is a long list of experiences, more or less positive.

    Alex Bellini
  • In order to learn and grow up we truly need to be able to accept the fact that the ground beneath our feet is really a big ocean: to stay afloat, we need to move… always!

    Alex Bellini
  • The worst thing that can happen to an adventurous mind is loosing itself looking for a sort of “precautionary perfection”.

    Alex Bellini

  • For any enquiries please contact now The 5th Element Ltd
  • Francesca Urso (+39)335-1295917 (+44)7462-645292
  • the5thelementltd@gmail.com