Jean Fallacara is an Athlete, Biohacker, Speaker and the Maverick CEO of Z-SC1Biomedical.
Born with a disruptive spirit and an imaginative mindset- expert in strategic planning, operations, investment management, and marketing, with over 20 years as an experienced executive, focused on technology products for the sciences business.
Specialist in achieving strategic objectives with a primary focus of increasing shareholders’ wealth thru merger, acquisition, new business developments, or undertaking share offering and raising capital.
Founder CEO of Z-SCI Corporation.
– Professional collector of Urban & Contemporary Arts, Wines, Watches, Cigars
– Extreme Sport & Adventure, Calisthenics, Street workout Athlete.
– Brand Ambassador & Influencer
– Engineer degree in Biotechnologies
Living in Montreal, QC Canada
Where did the idea for CYBORGGAINZ come from?
I have always been practicing sports, but from normal bodyweight workouts I moved to calisthenics about a year ago and found out that focus and mental makes a huge difference in achieving results.
(Calisthenics is gymnastic exercises to achieve bodily fitness and grace of movement).
The idea came when I saw my Instagram account @cyborggainz booming rapidly.
I began explaining the concept of Neurobiological Mechanisms of Skills acquisition in my posts and got a lot of attraction and interest coming from my followers.
Using the Neuroscience concept that is, if you increase your brain’s neuroplasticity, you can create and strengthen motor pathways faster. This process is called hyper plasticity, also known as hyper learning: the perfect way to get stronger. My concept was: if the body is being trained, shouldn’t I also train my brain along with it?
The difference between good athletes and great athletes is that great athletes know that in order to maximize strength and potential training the mind and body is essential. Grasping the concept of the neurobiological effects will make you stronger, faster and more explosive. Train like a cyborg and You will become a better athlete!
What does your typical day look like and how do you make it productive?
I wakeup early and start the day with my 2H30 daily workouts right after a light breakfast.
After that my mind and brain are able to cope with the business operation of my corporation Z-SC1 Biomedical (Major Biomedical equipment’s manufacturer with factories in S-Korea and China) for which I spend about 4H per day focusing on. Then, I wind down by spending time with my family for the rest of my day.
How do you bring ideas to life?
Any idea can come to life if your mindset is wide open and if you have some basic knowledge of what’s happening on this planet. Social medias are a crucial tool for this, and they also serve a role of germinating new ideas.
When I started training with professionals, and because my progress was quite outstanding, especially for a person of my age (calisthenics athletes are usually in the mid 20s) the idea was easy to bring to life: just spread the words!
What’s one trend that excites you?
Probably the most exciting for me are neuroscience and A.I
Both are the only interdisciplinary sciences that works closely with other disciplines, such as mathematics, linguistics, engineering, computer science, chemistry, philosophy, psychology, and medicine.
What is one habit of yours that makes you more productive as an entrepreneur?
Discipline, organisation and focus,
I’ve been suffering with ADD and struggling my whole life to get things done without procrastination.
Now, thanks to the balance in my mind coming from my active lifestyle, I consider myself one of the most productive CEO’s of this generation.
Running a multimillion-dollar international company (Z-Sc1Biomedical) by working intensively and efficiently only 4H per day, I have plenty of free time to bring ideas to life, practice sports and simply life my life to the fullest…
What advice would you give your younger self?
Everything is between your ears; never underestimate the power your brain contains. Just go for it!
Tell us something that’s true that almost nobody agrees with you on.
Calisthenics at high level is not only for young people, it is for everybody who is ready to put their mind to it!
As an entrepreneur, what is the one thing you do over and over and recommend everyone else do?
Absorb intelligence from everyone, nourish yourself from other’s spirit like if you were Dracula, listen to what others have to say; they may know something you don’t, restrain on overreacting
and always give yourself some bedtime before taking any lifechanging decisions
What is one strategy that has helped you grow your business?
Listen to your guts, wakeup every morning with at least ONE mission to achieve for the day, this tactic helps to maintain focus on a simple step that will bring you to the next level daily.
What is one failure you had as an entrepreneur, and how did you overcome it?
Getting too emotional on business decisions.
It is important too take a step back from the people you cherish sometimes in order to take the right decisions when required, before its too late.
I have learnt this the hard way with my first company back in 1994
What is one business idea that you’re willing to give away to our readers?
If you have the right financial resources/backup get as soon as possible into street art business.
What is the best $100 you recently spent? What and why?
Having registered the website before coming up with the business plan.
What is one piece of software or a web service that helps you be productive?
Instagram: searching through hashtags makes you discover all the new concept ideas and company development. It is a place to watch others and myself flourish.
What is the one book that you recommend our community should read and why?
Steal Like an Artist
Book by Austin Kleon
Stealing Fire by Steven Kottler
I do not consider myself to be a reader. Very few books can hold my attention and interest long enough for me to finish a chapter. However, once in awhile one or two great books come around that are hard to get out of your head. Steal like an Artist and Stealing Fire are two of these books. They necessity a lot of reflection which is something that is very exciting for me. They are the most mentally captivating books I’ve had the pleasure to read and I recommend everyone to read them at least once in their life.
What is your favorite quote?
Carpe Diem of course… which could translate to Cut the Crap. Face Your Fears. Love Your Life.
• Use evidence to create explanations
• Includes critical perspectives as well as your own and ‘stand back’
• You need to have a destination in mind, but let your team members guide you towards the best way to get there
• Money is the lifeblood of any organization, particularly a new organization.