I hate inspiration. It takes you over completely. I could never wait until it passed and I got rid of it” - Henry Miller. That being said, below you will find a bit on what inspires me. There could be something in the rubble to inspire you too.

Forbes Interview

Exciting talk with Professor and PhD. Robert C. Wolcott; published by one of the worlds most respected business publications and platforms FORBES.

 

TURTLES ALL THE WAY DOWN

06 February 2018

It is often the curve balls that hit you. The story told from another perspective or by a different narrator than usual. For me, Brokeback Mountain is a perfect example. Maybe, the most beautiful love...

SELFISH REASONS TO HAVE MORE KIDS

22 January 2018

Maybe the best book ever about raising children!? Economist Bryan Caplan has written the book 'Selfish Reasons to Have More Kids' an anti-tiger...

BREATHING TECHNIQUES AND MEDITATION

22 December 2017

How breathing techniques and meditation can treat and rehabilitate trauma. My old mate and martial art buddy Jakob Lund, is today one of the most...

WAKING UP

20 December 2017

A great and important holiday book although ”holy+day” might not be the right correlation since the always inspiring and often provoking Sam Harris book Waking Up is about finding...

SARA ALFORT AND ZETLAND

15 December 2017

Very interesting and important article by Sara Alfort and Zetland; about ADHD and why our diagnosis should and must be regarded as a strength and an opportunity on the basis of the motto...

A MASTERPIECE IN THE BEAT GENERATION

04 September 2017

Tomorrow, it’s the 60 years anniversary of Jack Kerouacs mystery and autobiographical publication, “On the Road” or with a more fancy...

#SUMMERREADS

29 July 2017

During the summer, there have also been time for a couple of books, among others this” Vinternoter” by Paul Auster. I believe that, I have read all his books, and I jumped the gun on his authorship in...

ONE OF MY FAVORITE QUOTES

22 May 2017

One of my favorite quotes, and this to such a great extent that I have it on my business card (old school; I know) is by the poet, writer and activist Allen Ginsberg, who passed away 20 years ago...

THE PROBLEM WITH FACTS

15 May 2017

A very interesting article in Financial Times about post-factuality, and about how and why facts and documentation is less important in today’s discourse. The article is based on the tobacco...