How To Live Your Dreams And Travel The World In 2013

How To Live Your Dreams And Travel The World In 2013

A little more than 13 years ago I still had a job and, like many people I know, I was living a very unfulfilling life. I was getting burnt at both ends by company managers, never ending target changes and senseless shifts. On top of that I had another career as a trainer running a club and to many seminars. Being 5 days a week at the office meant I was missing a ton of time away from my family and even the “26 hour day” wasn’t enough. The funny thing is, I was working for a very good company and I had a very good position. But my train of thought was: if I can’t be happy working at this company, with all the perks this implies, I’ll never be happy at any other regular job. I made it my mission to focus on my true passion teaching, training and coaching and just quit asap. Fast forward thirteen years later and here I stand as an international seminar conductor. I manage an organization and staff of full time and part time team members  scattered on 4 different continents, from Sweden to Perth. And while growing my first company was a ton of work, It was also a ton of fun: the entrepreneurial lifestyle allowed me to travel the world as I wished while creating a sustainable business.   Now although it might sound like it, it hasn’t been years of holidaying, far from it. I tend to work very hard for periods of time (think 16+ hours day for many days in a row), then take it easy and work at my pace (in...
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  This is my page with collected information of the MAN, MYTH or LEGEND! I’m pretty sure some people will think that has a touch of hubris, but those who know me are also aware about the smirk I have about myself being to serious. I will share information from the past into the future and my goal is to inspire others to become DOERS and create their world as they want it. Build a world champion mindset and dream big...
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Merry Christmas

I love to spend these days to reflect of the year that’s been and make some plans before the 31st. (I don’t really like to make silly promises without manifestation and a serious plan) The questions I use to ask myself are: What was great with this year? What am I most proud of? How well did I fulfill my goals? Did I made a difference for myself and to others? What did I learn from my mistakes? What do I want to improve next year? How can I even more appreciate and love the challenges I face? The list is a lot longer and I use to give it to the guys I coach to make a good workshop out of it? And of course I have to do it myself. The quality of your life is defined by the quality of the questions you...