Episode Seven: Alan Ringvald, CEO of Relativity6


In this episode, I had such an amazing conversation with a simply brilliant guy named Alan Ringvald. Born in Israel to two Immigrant parents (his Father is from Uraguay), his family settled in the US when he was young, growing up in Boston, MA.

Alan has started (and sold) several businesses in different industries. He’s worked at Google (for five years). Over his career, he worked for Google in San Francisco and a candy company in Boston. He attended MIT for grad school and has even worked in professional sports. He started Relativity6 in 2016.

In August 2020, he had a major health shift that came out of the blue. The experience changed him. He was misdiagnosed, and his symptoms kept getting worse over the course of two years. He became completely disabled just amid the pandemic.

After struggling for two years, living in a wheelchair, he finally got a correct diagnosis6 that gave him hope. He had surgery, which fixed the issue, but there was still much work to do to regain his strength, care for himself and eventually be able to walk again.

Over the years of dealing with his illness, he realized how important it is to become an advocate for yourself and those out there in the world living with disabilities and chronic pain.

Alan’s story amazed and inspired me, so I wanted to share it with you! I hope that you enjoy this one as much as I did!

Listen To The Full Episode:

Here is a bit about these two…

Alan Ringvald:

Alan’s profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/alanringvald/ 

http://www.relativity6.com/ (Company Website)

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