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.

 

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...

STUMBLINGS ON HAPPINESS

02 May 2017

A great little book from Harvard professor Daniel Gilbert; on the delusion on happiness. Events that we anticipate will give us joy and make us happy, make us less happy than we think. On the other...

KHALIDA POPAL

27 March 2017

I feel so blessed to have worked with Khalida Popal for about 6-7 years now, when reading an article like this with her in The Guardian. An incredible impressive, intelligent, impassioned and kind...

BLOG; BRAINPICKLINGS

27 March 2017

Another interesting article from the world’s best blog; Brainpickings. A world class example, that blogs are not just for light-edible lifestyle content; Jung and Wolfgang Pauli about synchronicity and...

THE DOORS OF PERCEPTION

17 July 2016

You can expand your horizon and research in the mind and the nooks and corners of the brain in very different ways. The amazing Aldous Huxley, a writer whose work I become more and more...

100 YEARS WITH DADA

04 July 2016

July 14, 2016, it has been 100 years since the poet Hugo Ball (the one in the funky dress with the scissor hands) proclaimed the manifest, which would turn out to be the beginning of a new and...

HOW TO MEASURE A LIFE

01 June 2016

The book "How to Measure a Life" is written by the Harvard Business School professor Clayton Christensen, whom I myself had the pleasure of when he visited Copenhagen and who has written...