Born in Toronto, Albert has seen his share of change. Whether forced upon him, when for medical reasons he couldn’t complete air force pilot training; or by choice, when he headed to Berlin to put real estate deals together, change has been a constant in his life.
Graduating from Trent University, Peterborough in 1987, he embarked upon a path to places he never dreamed of, encountering people he never knew of. Be it touring the Far East, visiting India, living in Berlin, or experiencing Miami at the peak of the Great Recession, Albert knows what it means to experience change.
Learning quickly, and sometimes not quickly, he took action to adapt to whatever circumstances came his way. If he didn’t, he learned why inaction is not an option, and why developing trust is the foundation for everything we do.
It’s these experiences that form the basis for his award-winning book The C.A.T. Principle: Change, Action, Trust – Words to Live By. Albert continues to practice The C.A.T. Principle while working at a commercial real estate firm in Toronto.