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NOTE: Stefano Spadoni keeps the utmost secrecy about individuals he advises or acts as a manager. Testimonies and pictures below are all voluntary and have been authorized in writing.
I have known Stefano Spadoni for two years. I believe that the techniques described by Stefano in his book have helped me make the right choices and decisions in certain important moments of my private and professional life.Angelika W. - Interior Designer

The writer Iwona Hoffman is translating the book into Polish language

Iwona K. Hoffman
Iwona is a freelance journalist, photographer and translator.  She holds a Master's degree in Journalism from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism ('02) and a Bachelor's degree in Art/Photography (with honors) from the College of Staten Island, City University of New York.  She studied photography, filmmaking and scriptwriting at Lorenzo de'Medici, the Art Institute of Florence, Italy. 
Iwona serves as an associate producer for a documentary "In the Name of Their Mothers" about Irena Sendler, a Polish Catholic social worker who organized an operation during World War II to rescue Jewish children out of the Warsaw Ghetto.  
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An avid world traveler, Iwona has written for several newspapers, magazines and newsletters in the US and abroad. She has exhibited her photographs in group exhibitions in the US and in Poland.  She is a member of the Foreign Press Association, Society of Professional Journalist, Polish-American Photo Club, and Polish Singers Alliance of America. 
Iwona enjoys writing, reading and playing her violin.  And she likes spending time with her two miniature Dachshunds, Bebe and Geni.  
Please link this photo album to dogs' names. 
iwonah's Album:Bebe and Geni
Click on the link above to view the 24 pictures in this album. As the recipient, you can download, re-share and order prints and merchandise containing these pictures. Please do not use the owner's pictures in an unexpected way.

Iwona can be reached at

Translation of following the synopsis into Polish courtesy of Angelika Wrzesinska.

Angelika Wrzesinska was born in Warsaw in 1978. For the last seven years she has been living in Manhattan, where she studied Fine Arts at New York University and Interior Architecture at Parsons School of Design. She is the winner of several design competitions, has exhibited her paintings in New York art galleries, and has participated in the design of numerous residences, restaurants and hotels on the territory of the Northern American continent. Currently Angelika is working as an interior architect and decorator in New York City. She visits her family in homestead Warsaw three times a year.

She can be contacted at or

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