Por El Placer De Vivir
The Joy Of Living
Self-improvement trainer, author, TV and radio personality, Dr. Cesar Lozano, specializes in helping and training people to find and enjoy life’s balance.
As the host of Por el Placer de Vivir, Dr. Lozano puts to practice years of experience and provides advice on how to live better, learn life-changing habits, and be surrounded by positive thinking.
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Dr. Cesar Lozano’s life work began as a volunteer doctor with Cáritas de Monterrey—an organization serving underprivileged communities in Mexico. It was this work that led him to the idea of getting more involved in the public health of the community so he created the division of Medical Services Coordination and eventually became the organization’s managing director. During this same time period, he also served on the faculty of Public Health for the Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo Leon.
Lozano went on to create his own company and achieved popular success with a series of conferences throughout Mexico, Central and South America, and the United States that help people become a better version of themselves. These conferences, called Por el Placer de Vivir, are a compilation of tools that Lozano has seen work first-hand. From the basics of self-reflection to powerful advice on how to improve everyday life perspectives, the conference helps by focusing in participants on personal growth, quality service, leadership, human relations, sales, and positive attitudes. With over 20 million participants across two continents, the Por el Placer de Vivir conference series has already changed many lives for the better. Today, more than 700 national and international companies endorse Lozano’s conferences.
In 2008, Monitor Latino awarded Lozano as Best Radio Host for 2007-2008 at the Convention of Latino Radio & Entertainment in Los Angeles, California.
Dr. Cesar Lozano received his undergraduate medical degree from the Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León, a master’s degree in Public Health with a focus on Health in the Workforce, and a Productivity & Quality Processes certification in the Engineering-Architecture division from the Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (ITESM) in Monterrey.