It seems incredible that paul castellano, husband of María Pombo, had a lean period when we now see him going through his best moment: with his second child on the way, a new house, with an apparently perfect relationship with his wife and hitting it off with his renovation business, Grupo Acharray e Children. Nevertheless, in 2010, life did not smile so much at the influencer.
“Our father leaves overnight and in a matter of 15 days we have nothingabsolutely nothing, when I say nothing is nothing, We didn’t have a euro in our account to be able to turn on the light at home or the heating, we were at home with coats, with candlesbecause we didn’t have the money to pay for anything”, he told in an interview he gave to ‘Magistral’.
Pombo’s husband was forced to grow up suddenly after this hard loss: “We have been able to study in private schools, in private universities, we have lived well, we have never lacked for anything… And I, from ignorance and a bit from immaturity, said: “I have everything solved, I am working here with my father, I have my salary, I live at my mother’s house and one day all this will be mine”, he continued. opening up on channel during this interview.
Pablo was 23 years old when his father died and a lack of experience in the field (pun intended) of reforms when faced with the business burden of his father’s empire: “My brother Jacobo had to ask for his early unemployment and I had to ask for mine, which I think was 9,000 or 10,000 euros. Also, I had to get to work on PR night,” she added.
But finally, Castellano decided to continue in the family business that he had learned so many times from his father: “I started working with my father because I went to the university in the afternoon, then I went to the office in the morning and was more in administrative matters. I start to undertake because I didn’t want to work in an employee company”, has opened up about the beginnings of the Acharray e Hijos Group as we know it.
“From my father I have learned to have patience and a left hand with clients because each client is a world. My father was a very hard-working person. What our father’s death did was open a door for us. Despite the misfortune, it made us grow suddenly“He ended up saying about his father’s death.
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