The freedom to work from wherever you want

Today is the day to take a break from the challenge. But here is a present for you! Do you like presents? Do you want to know, what it is? It is 

“The freedom to work from wherever you want”

The freedom to work from wherever you want

The freedom to work from wherever you want

Today you receive the audiobook for free as your present:

Networking at Dream Beaches – The Freedom of a Digital Nomads Life
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And learn how to live and work remotely and how to enjoy The freedom to work from wherever you want!

This audiobook it the authentic story from Klaus Forster. In his book, he gives valuable tips and encourages self-employed and entrepreneurs to be inspired by his story.

Another Word for Successful or Success

Another word for successful or another word for success is achivement.

Another Word for Successful - or - Another Word for SuccessI act in a positive way in situations. The things I cannot change are excepted. Everything around me is perfect. My thoughts, that come to me, are positive in nature. Great opportunities come my way. I recognize that all opportunities help me to succeed. I am open to success. Success is in me. My mind is a powerful magnet for successful ideas. I am successful because I know what I want and I go for it. I define success my way and I create it.

Another Word for Success is Live Your Dream

Another Word for Successful - or - Another Word for SuccessI am a profitable creator of successful ideas. I am now on the royal road to success. I resolve all the problems with ease. I make decisions with confidence and ease. I always choose wisely. My mind is a jar. I am a true entrepreneur. I always seek for new ideas. I recognize great opportunities. I act on my decisions. I find the best way to capitalize my passions. I learn, learn, learn.

Another Word for Successful is Self Love

Another Word for Successful - or - Another Word for SuccessI analyze risks wisely. I love being my own boss. I’m excited about new ventures. I am successful. I can make anything happen. I am motivated. I am ready for anything. I am ready for new challenges. I seek to enjoy what I do. I have superb energy. I am rewarded for my efforts. I always finish what I start. I obtain success every time. I feel energized. I am successful. I am a winner. All is possible in my life.

Another Word for Success is Vitality

Another Word for Successful - or - Another Word for SuccessI make my life as I want. I believe in myself 100%. I am strong willed. I always find the answers I’m looking for. I network with many people. I believe in my goals. I am in control. I create my future reality. I’m comfortable taking risks. I am persistent. I attract success. It feels good to reach my goals. I react in a positive way in situations. The things I cannot change our excepted.

Another Word for Successful is Happiness

Another Word for Successful - or - Another Word for SuccessEverything around me is perfect. My thoughts that come to me, are positive in nature. Great opportunities come my way. I recognize that all opportunities help me to succeed. I am open to success. Success in me. My mind is a powerful magnet for successful ideas. I am successful because I know what I want and I go for it.

Thank You

Thank You, for the last year and anything coming up

Thank you so much for thinking about me, my dear! I am standing upside down. Or for my Australian friends: Downside up!

This video was taken one year ago. And as you just learned from it, I had big plans … Do you want to know how it turned out?

Let’s see what happened:

  • In April I partied a couple of nights in Kuta, Bali.
  • Entrepreneur sleep phasesThen I started my sleep experiment and traveled to Gili Air.
  • After returning back to Bali my friend Yulisa visited me in Pererenan.
  • In May I went for another trip to the Gilis, this time to Gili Meno with a short visit on Gili Trawangan and a scooter ride around Lombok.
  • Later in May, I went to Java to climb Mt. Ijen.
  • I participated in a one-week seminar to learn Balinese massage.
  • And I climbed with a friend into a canyon to see a waterfall and have a refreshing dip in the white water below it.
  • Thank youI applied for my working visa in Indonesia. And in June I traveled to Kuala Lumpur in Malasia to pick up the visa at Indonesian embassy and visited Melaka.
  • During a morning beach walk, I found the new Udara Yoga Resort at Seseh beach. Which I checked out on the next Sunday morning. And I loved it. Especially the vegetarian brunch blew my mind! Since that Sunday morning, you can find me almost every Sunday morning there.
  • I started listening to the audiobook The Road Less Stupid and thinking time became a daily habit. And I became a real fan of the author. I heard rumors that he is the blueprint for Rich Dad from the book Rich Dad Poor Dad from Robert Kiosaki.
  • Planning, organizing and Marketing the 24th Musician Day at Rooms4Music kept me quite busy in June.
  • In July I took a trip to Jakarta, Java.
  • After coming back to Bali, I had my worst hairdresser experience ever. I ended up bold due to a communication problem. So I decided to learn Indonesian.
  • Mid of July I flew via Katar to Germany and visited the impressive city of Doha.
  • At the arrival in Frankfurt and I wanted to pick up my rental car. Buchbinder car rental required a credit card with a PIN for the deposit. I had no PIN for my credit card. No signs by name, no EC card, no cash, not a quick money transfer, nor a credit card from a friend with another name on it was possible. So I did not get the car nor a refund. Stubborn heads!
  • We had the Musician Day in Stuttgart at Rooms4Music. But the number of participants was disappointing inadequate.
  • I went for my yearly health check at the Deutsches Zentrum für Individualisierte Prävention und Leistungsverbesserung (DIZP) in Hannover. My health conditions got slightly better than the year before. Little adjustments where necessary, but nothing serious.
  • And in August I went on a trip to Cuba with my friend Jenny. It was an interesting experience. And I have never been so glad before, that I got born in capitalism. Thank you, Cuba for teaching me this lesson. After 5 days I had enough and escaped on the next available connection to Bali!
  • I found a beautiful wooden house and booked it for one month to recover from the disappointment about the musician day in Germany and the poverty that communism produces.
  • And I started taking classes to learn Bahasa Indonesia.
  • In September I took a scooter ride to the north of Bali. Tasting a lot of Balinese teas. It brought me to Bedugul, passing the volcanoes, the three lakes and to Medewi Beach, Singaraja and all the way to Kubu. On the way back I visited the impressive and well-hidden waterfall Agung.
  • I had a fabulous time at Mahamustika Beach Inn and the landlord offered me to move to the Beach House, where I spent a wonderful time. He offered me to rent it long term, but we could not agree on the price.
  • So I moved on to Double a House across the street where I learned, that I prefer a small practical apartment with room service much more than a complete two bedroom house, where I have to take care for everything myself. I am grateful that I learned this lesson before I signed the contract.
  • End of September I went for a trip around the southern peninsula of Bali. Staying in Jimbaran and visiting Garuda Wisnu, the biggest statue in the southern hemisphere.
  • Somehow I could not enjoy Bali anymore as much as I used to do it. And my father’s birthday was near. Plus I got some bad news about my business in Germany. The owner of the building, in which we ran our rehearsal studios, wanted to use a part of his property by himself. And I had the feeling I needed to be on site to clarify the situation. So, I decided to surprise him with a visit to Germany. And the surprise worked out! For my dad’s birthday and for me.
  • My sister told me about the Lollslauf, a half marathon in my hometown next Saturday. I hesitated because I was not trained for it. But on the morning of the race, I went there, registered last minute and enjoyed the run to it’s fullest. It was the most relaxed one I ever ran, 2:14h!
  • We informed some of our tenants that we are looking for them for new rehearsal studios. And that we expect, that have to move them by End of January 2019. Followed by a search marathon for other buildings and some negotiations with the building owner. We gained 3 Months! But still, there was a stressful time ahead.
  • negotiate the price of a businessEnd of October I flew to Austin, TX to participate in a one-week business seminar from Rich Dad. Btw. his real name is Kieth Cunningham.
  • I continued to Houston and from there back to Bali. On this connection, I “enjoyed” the longest flight I ever had: Houston – Taipei which took 16:30 hours! I was able to sleep a lot in a comfortable plane, so it did not appear to be so long to me. The airline did not want to take me on board because they did not accept my visa, which legally does not require an onward ticket. But after 2 h of negotiation with the Indonesian embassy, they decided to take me on board. Visa regulations are really a pain in the …
  • In November after coming back to Bali I kept on searching for a new place to move the rehearsal studios. Hired some virtual assistants, qualifying a lot of buildings and coordinated them and visits to buildings.
  • Further, I found a place to open a coworking space. And I started learning about regulations, rules, renovation cost, calculations, and concept development. I was very enthusiastic about it and invested a lot of time into the research. It was a lot of fun and I could use what I learned from Rich Dad about business.
  • Beginning of December I received some good news from my landlord: We can use the space until the end of 2021. Which turned out into a bit of release from the stress. But our tenants did not feel certain about our rehearsal studios anymore. We got so many cancellations as never before. Luckily our waiting list was so big, that we were able to fill all free spaces. But it turned out into a quite challenging time for my manager on site. I called it an April fool because the April date got canceled. This kept me busy in December.
  • Over Christmas and New Years I went for a trip to Ubud, Ahmed, Mt. Agung, Bedugul, Singaraja, and Gilimanuk. It was a wonderful road trip for almost 2 weeks.
  • In January it was time to go for the next visa run. Because my visa only allows staying for up to 60 days. So I went to Manila, Philippines. From there I continued to Puerto Galera, Naples, Malay and to Iloilo City. All in all an almost American like eating culture. Only preprocessed food in the shops. Almost impossible to get a warm meal which is not deep fried.  And that results in an American shape of the people. I learned this is another country, in which I get homesick to Bali.
  • In February I got back to Bali, and I enjoyed it, as almost never before! I moved to Lovina on the north coast and found a place called Dream Hill which became my office. A guesthouse with a very relaxed atmosphere, a restaurant on top of a rock with an amazing view over Lovina and the ocean.
  • In March I received a call from the landlord of my rehearsal studios. And the same story as in October began for a second time. Once again they wanted to have our space for themselves and cancel our contract before the end of the agreed lease period. A lot of negotiations followed and we intensified once again the search for alternative buildings, without success.
  • End of March I went for one week to a T. Harv Eker seminar to Singapore. Once again I had the feeling I need to be on site in Germany to clarify the situation with my studios. And instead of taking the flight back to Bali, I decided to book a return flight to Germany and a rental car for 3 weeks.
  • When I tried to check in for my flight I wanted to join a friend to the gate, which was in a different terminal than my flight. So I used the boarding pass of my flight to Bali to get there. After saying goodbye, I wanted to continue to my terminal. But they did not let me get out of the security zone and the officer told me: “This is an arrestable offense, you are in serious trouble.” I thought that it was a misunderstanding. But they interviewed me for 3 hours. I missed my flight, lost all connections, and the rental car. At least I did not have to go into prison. But they took away my passport and told me to contact them the day later. Subsequently I had to book another night and the next day they told me to come to the police station and pick up my passport and a warning. Finally, I got around any fine, but I still do not understand what this rule is good for, apart from keeping civil servants busy.
  • I booked another flight to Germany and a rental car. From Frankfurt, I went to Stuttgart to see my employee and to clarify the situation. Facing the situation I found out, this time is nothing left to negotiate anymore. In a quite depressed mood, I celebrated the birthday of my son and also mine. It seems that I have to close my business just before it will turn 10 years.
  • But each ending equals a new start. So I feel that even if this is a difficult situation, that I am standing just in front of the next big breakthrough. I am curious about what is awaiting me in the next year.
Thank You

Why isn’t that open today? Today is my “Feiertag”!

I am grateful for everything that took me out of my comfort zone.  Because it let me grow and gives me more strength for upcoming challenges.

Yes, I assume that was the best year of my life … so far … thank you, thank you, thank you!


satisfy all human needs by running marathons

Satisfying All Human Needs

Why am I running marathons?

Because it is satisfying all human needs.

Which human needs can be satisfied by running?You arrive at the finish line as a different person than the one who started. Getting runners high during the race is like a meditation, which even supports mental growth. The training is turning the body into a fat burning machine which gives me physical growth.

The challenge of each run is an adventure: Am I able to finish? Which gives me a challenge and some uncertainty.

To do something most people never do is very attractive to me because it fulfills the need to be outstanding and significant.

If I can run for several hours, I also can make love for a loooonnng time. Yes, I experienced that it even makes me a better lover: I can contribute better to my partner’s satisfaction.

running fulfills all human needsThe endurance I got from the training helps me in reaching out for higher targets, which gives me the certainty of being able to reach anything I want.

I enjoy the rhythm of the steps and it is a wonderful pace to experience nature or urban regions. The additional oxygen clears my mind and lets me think better. It makes my body stronger and more attractive and I do love myself, everybody else, the world and the universe better for experiencing that.

Writing this, I just realized, that it fulfills all six human needs. Actually, anything that fulfills more than three human needs is addictive. Probably the real reason to do it, again and again, is:

I am addicted to running!


How Vitality4Happiness satisfies your six human needs (according to Tony Robbins):

Greetings in Indonesian

Happy Haircut – Greetings in Indonesian

Due to my bad Indonesian skills, I got a Happy Haircut. But at least I manage some Greetings in Indonesian.

After learning these greeting in Indonesian, you’d be ready for your take of to Bali!

Hi good morning,

Happy Haircut

As you can see, yesterday I had the worst hairdresser experience ever. Actually, the happy haircut was created due to a communication problem. So I definitely need to learn some more Bahasa Indonesia to avoid another happy haircut like that. Actually, I already picked up a little bit.

Greetings in Indonesian

If it is in the morning you say: “Salamat pagi”

Or if it is in the evening it is: “Salamat malam”

If it is time to eat, it is: “Salamat macan”

And if it is a girl coming the other way, I keep saying: “Salamat sayang”

Which actually means “darling”. It’s no propper Indonesian, I know that. But it creates always a smile in the other persons face.

Happy HaircutAnd then, another very essential one: If it is an Australian bloke you say: “Salamat Bintang”

So that means cheers mate.


After this preparation,

You’d be ready for your take of to Bali!


Learn some more greetings in Indonesian, with even better pronunciation than mine:


Bali Goes 24 Hours Offline

Bali Goes 24 Hours Offline on Silent Day, Nyepi, Hindu Day of Silence

Tomorrow is Silent Day

Balinese Nyepi on March 7, 2019

This is the Balinese New Year. And it is very different than in the western world. Because Bali goes 24 hours offline. Most cultures celebrate New Years with fireworks and a lot of party, alcohol, and a lot of noise. Nyepi, as the Balinese Hindu Day of Silence, is called, is intended to meditate, and getting quiet inside.

  • Even going on the street is forbidden, no music, no fires, no electric light …
  • Bali Goes 24 Hours Offline on Thursday, March 7, from 6 am until Friday, March 8, at 6 am (Bali, Perth, Singapore time zone).
  • And all shops and restaurants will be closed, only hotels provide basic services to their guests.
  • Further, the Airport is out of service for 24 hours on March 7 from 6:00 central Indonesia time (WITA) and will be served again on March 8 at 06:00 western Indonesia time (WIB)

I am really looking forward to this quiet and peaceful Silent Day in Bali. And I will enjoy my

thinking time and meditation.


Further information about Bali Goes 24 Hours Offline on Silent Day, Nyepi, Hindu Day of Silence:

Bali authorities confirm internet services will be suspended for Nyepi

Nyepi Day to See Bali`s Ngurah Rai Airport Closed 24 Hours

Sex is no option

Sex is no option

Sex is no option.

Sex is no option

It is a basic need.

And that’s why: Sex is a must!

Source: Thank you Leo, I couldn’t explain it any better!

Sex is no option: Sex is not love

No, it is not the same. But sex is the strongest component of love. And the desire for sex is the strongest driver for love. It is probably the best if both come together. Both participants, as well as sex and love. Actually, one person cannot satisfy all the needs of another one. That’s why we work with teams and do not love exclusively one person. For some reason, sex gets called “making love”, pretty wise words.

Sex is no option: Sex is bad

To consider sex as something bad is nothing than religious brainfuck. Each and every one of us, and any creature on the planet is a result of sex. So, what can be bad about Sex? Everyone is a part of the universe and some people interpret the universe as one infinite creature. Sex is sourly needed to rebuild and maintain the whole universal creature.

Sex is no option: Sex Sells

The strongest driver any being got, is sexual attraction. Sex sells! Why? Because our desire for sex is embedded so deeply in our reptile brain, that we cannot ignore the feelings it creates. And it is the greatest source of energy, tantric– or kundalini-energy. Show me an unmotivated person, and I show you someone, who hasn’t had good sex for a long time. And he or she has probably times of depression, because of not feeling loved. The fear of not feeling loved is the strongest fear we can experience. Because already as a baby we rely on it to survive, so not feeling loved includes the fear of death.

Sex is no option: Monogamy is a fallacy

Because monogamy is against (human) nature. There are no animals, that are living in monogamy, and the human being is nothing like another species of animal. There have been good reasons to invent the idea of monogamy. In times, when sexual deceases where spreading around the world, and killing the majority of the population, it was a smart idea to recommend everybody to stay monogamous. But nowadays, where the diseases can be treated medically and condoms are available to prevent them, there is no reason anymore for this rule. We only keep this rule, because we are used to it.

Sex is no option: Sex only for married people

A marriage is nothing but a financial contract. It does not protect love, not even sympathy. Hollywood makes us believe that romantic love needs a marriage, but hardly anything is further away from the truth than that. A relationship is a game between harmony and tension. Most people enjoy the time at the start of a relationship, the first flirt, conversation, touch, kiss, another date, first sex, playfully trying out what is possible. As soon as they try to conserve this, by getting engaged or married the playfulness gets lost. Having a secure relationship means boredom and kills the relationship in the long run. Now another flirt becomes interesting, maybe more …

Sex is no option: That’s just an opinion

Of cause it is only an opinion. But everything we think that we know is only an opinion. There is not objective truth. Anything we see, hear, feel, smell and taste go through the filter of our frontal leap. Everybody got a different filter, which determines what is essential for us. Out of 2,700,000 junks of information, our senses are receiving every second, our frontal leap deletes anything our brain cannot process.

Sex is no option: The brain lottery

The processing speed of our brain is 74 junks of information per second. Imagine 10 people are watching and experiencing the same soccer game. And each of their frontal leaps deletes 2,699,926 junks of information. For everybody something different is essential. So everyone got his own unique filter. How much will have the remaining 74 junks in common? They got as much in common as the lottery numbers from last week, with the numbers of this week! Based on this selection our brain builds a picture of what is happening around us. I am more than surprised that by the end of a soccer game most of the visitors can agree on the same team that won.

Good for us, because not all of us do not consider the same person as attractive.

Sex is no option: Sex creates jealousy

Being jealous is not inborn, but only a sign of low self-confidence. Not love nor sex can improve or fix that problem. Only working on your self-confidence can solve it. And there are methods available, to improve your self-confidence. And some of them are so easy to execute, that you will have a hard time to believe that it will work, for example writing a daily success journal. But it workes, it just needs some time and does not show instant results. But in the long run, it makes you so much more confident about yourself.

Learn how to improve your self-confidence

For those of you, who want to sing along, go for it (source Google):

Nickelback – S.E.X.

“No” is a dirty word,
Never gonna say it first,
“No” is just a thought that never crosses my mind.
Maybe in the parking lot,
Better bring your friend along,
Better all together than just one at a time.


S is for the simple need.
E is for the ecstasy.
X is just to mark the spot,
Cause that’s the one you really want.
(Yes) sex is always the answer, it’s never a question,
Cause the answer’s yes, oh the answer’s (yes)
Not just a suggestion, if you ask the question,
Then it’s always yes, yeah!

I’m loving what you wanna wear,
I wonder what’s up under there?
Wonder if I’ll ever have it under my tongue?
I love to try to set you free,
I love you all over me.
Love to hear the sound you make the second you’re done.


S is for the simple need.
E is for the ecstasy.
X is just to mark the spot,
Cause that’s the one you really want.
(Yes) sex is always the answer, it’s never a question,
Cause the answer’s yes, oh the answer’s (yes)
Not just a suggestion, if you ask the question,
Then it’s always yes, yeah!

Yeah, yeah, yeah (4*)


S is for the simple need.
E is for the ecstasy.
X is just to mark the spot,
Cause that’s the one you really want.
(Yes) sex is always the answer, it’s never a question,
Cause the answer’s yes, oh the answer’s (yes)
Not just a suggestion, if you ask the question,
Then it’s always yes, yeah!

sex is always the answer, it’s never a question,
Cause the answer’s yes, oh the answer’s (Yes).
Not just a suggestion, if you ask the question,
Then it’s always yes, yeah, (yes)

What is Entrepreneurship

What is Entrepreneurship

What is an entrepreneur?

An entrepreneur is a self-employed person who founded his own business

What is Entrepreneurship? As it is described in Wikipedia, it means the process of designing, launching and running a new business, which is often initially a small business. People who create a business are called entrepreneurs. The word Entrepreneurship comes originally from the French language. And it is made up of the words “entre” and “prendre”, as much as “business”.

So, what is entrepreneurship in the classical sense?

What is EntrepreneurshipIt is all of the tasks of the founder and a business owner got to take care of. But much more it is their mindset. It is considered as an independent, responsible and healthy way of developing an enterprise. Due to this, entrepreneurship requires great responsibility. And at the same time, it involves taking high risks, because a lot of them fail financially. This means that the term “Entrepreneurship” characterizes a certain attitude of mind. So that the business can improve its success and chances to compete in the marketplace.

And what is entrepreneurship in a modern sense?

Due to the fact, that creating a business idea and putting it into life is a very creative process. An Entrepreneur is an artist. They got to imagine something special, break it down in executable steps, and turn their imagination into something real. And this never ends, they always have to reinvent their business, strategy, as well as the processes to make the business grow. And the base for that is the mental growth of the entrepreneur himself.

What is Entrepreneurship innovation

What is EntrepreneurshipIn English, the first French entrepreneur describes a personality that is quite good at bearing high responsibility and high risk. The word Entrepreneur is not just about the dull translation, but also about character. It requires a balanced attitude to life and the ability to produce new innovations over and over again.

The accompanying word entrepreneurship describes the entire complex of topics, which includes the field of self-employment. Depending on the reading, you can achieve very different content here. According to Schumpeter entrepreneurship definition, it is the creative destruction of existing structures, in order to establish innovations, that are usually obtained through reorganization. Entrepreneurship as the field of action of an entrepreneur. And it is also gilded as a learnable thinking principle, that can be derived and implemented by “normal” managers. Even though managers do not bear the high responsibility, like the entrepreneur himself.

An example of “what is entrepreneurship”

Imagine you got an idea for a business, and you found it together with a friend. The two of you become entrepreneurs. You invest a lot of your own cash and also the debt capital in your entrepreneurship. You also bear the entire responsibility for the capital. But since you are convinced of the idea of your entrepreneurship, the two of you are everything the company is about. You are two true entrepreneurs. And due to living your entrepreneurship, your business becomes the blueprint of your characters.

What is entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship turns out into a happy life …