Jarosław Zych – Charismatic leader, courageous, even impudent, unstoppable in pursuit, he never takes refusal or criticism personally. Considered a tough man with a strong personality, in close contact he turns out to be kind-hearted towards people, pragmatic and prone to compromise. Whatever he undertakes, he does it with strong consistency. A man who rejects failure-thinking, never stops climbing and establishing ambitious goals.
He is one of those who always devote their time to bring great value to the lives of others and to set new standards. Workaholic, allowing himself no compromises. He is as hard to convince as he is committed – that is, once he is convinced.
Born in 1961, resident of Gdańsk. He calls himself “born salesman”, meaning a practitioner of trade art, which he mastered close to perfection. He has been consistently passing its elements to others for years until the present day. Inventor of sales presentation patterns, management tools, and programmes of sales training sessions. Author of numerous articles and scripts on this topic. Trainer of effective activity, instruments for creating demand, and techniques for closing sales. Good organiser, inspiring speaker, role model, and marketing strategist.
Liberal, globetrotter, self-educated erudite with comprehensive knowledge and experience. Reformer since always, controversial figure. He never walks the beaten tracks but seeks his own, better ones. Owner of a knack for the written word and great articulation skills. His scripts have been copied and cited by competitors for years. When he commits to something with passion, he can master the necessary knowledge in a flash to achieve a professional level. Author of the book titled “C-olway Vitamin”, which created a stir not only among consumers of dietary supplements. He is in his element on stage.
He has had many passions and interests in his life, but most of them have gradually disappeared from his free time, being replaced by Colway, to which he thoroughly devotes himself, his talents, initiative and time. He stopped perceiving this organisation as business or work a long time ago. He has neither acted superior to nor alienated people for whom he is a leader. On the contrary, he noticeably has a fondness for them. Success has not changed his opinions or his attitude towards the world, goods and social relations.