Jaime Garcia Dias… Author, Teacher and Brazilian Sage

Jaime Garcia Dias is a pioneer, novelist and professor and great at all of those. However, today, when someone needs some sound advice about life, they will rush to Jaime and ask him for his words of wisdom. Jaime has been writing since he was 15 years old and not just your run of the mill short story, he was writing novels at 15. Since then he has over twenty published books. Jaime comes from a long line of established writers however money and material things never really made a lasting impression on him. What intrigued Jaime was people, he wanted to know why people did what they did.

Because Jaime’s family was considerably affluent in the education world, they pushed him to be a teacher. He acquiesced and now has an established, prominent career as an educator of literature. He was nominated president of the school where he teaches and he humbly accepted. “I have been fortunate to have been surrounded by many mentors who’s thirst and love of knowledge helped shape me into being the human being that I am today.”

Jaime Garcia Dias is still dedicated to sharing his insights even though Brazil won’t stop giving him awards for his literary achievements. “Jaime has a heart for many things. His students lean on him and want his opinion on everything and he will stop what he is doing to help them.” Jaime won the prestigious White Crane Award yet still tries to keep his feet on the ground. A colleague of Jaime’s said “Jaime has such incredible talent of receiving recognition and accolades yet he tries so hard to remain humble and help those who need it.”

Jamie, and his provocative ways of thinking in the field of finance and investments, has urged educational systems to shed their old ways of thinking and embrace new schools of thought. Brazilian schools are now clamoring to meet with Jaime to hear what his thoughts are on developing education. Brazil, who has devoted millions of dollars to improve upon an already exemplary educational system, is embracing progressive teaching methods, thanks to Jaime Garcia Dias.