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.

 

LIVETS OPSKRIFT

15 November 2015

It is an interesting and relevant themse that Sisse Fisker gets into with her book. A study of what the cultures and people living a long a good life are acutally doing....or not doing to keep the spark of...

ZERO TO ONE

17 October 2015

Now that we are talking entrepreneurship and now that "Løvens Hule" (Dragons' Den/Shark Tank) is running, I have have to recommend this book - one of the best business books which I have ever read...

WHAT IS YOUR NEED?

20 September 2015

The "networking" wall from this year's Happy Startup Camp in London. You simply write what you need help with and someone who might posses the competencies to help you out is able to find...

EVEREST

17 September 2015

I had the honour to act as a film critic in connection with the campaign for a great film - "Everest" - which premiered yesterday. A film that I can highly recommended for anyone who either have a...

OLIVER SACKS

31 August 2015

Oliver Sacks, a fascinating and clever man with an interesting and different life and life choices and whom I have previously written about, died yesterday, August 30, 2015. Check him out...

THE KARATE KID

25 August 2015

Besides the fact that my favourite authors as a young teenager among many were Stephen King and John Fowles, then my secret faible was The Karate Kid! Both the movies, the original ones...

OLD DRAWINGS

17 August 2015

A couple of my old drawings from when I was little. When my uncle Uffe and other artists could get good money for their work, then I as a child also thought that I ought to. So here is my first...

FINN JENSEN & HENRY MILLER

16 August 2015

If you like Henry Miller and the circle around him, including Simone De Beauvoir and Anais Nin and their doings and actions in Paris in 1930, then the book Frigørelsens Tid is the book...

THE MAN WHO COULDN`T STOP

15 August 2015

A super interesting book for those who are interested in the nooks and corners of the mind - "The man who couldn't stop" by David Adam. Maybe a bit thick and cheezy to symbolically...