Some bosses are born mentors. I had three of them.
More than having learned anything else from them, mentoring became second nature.
When I took over and became the group's CEO, it was natural to continue on the path they showed.
I had the pleasure of leading our group of 1600 hardworking colleagues for 14 years. We went through major crises in 2008 and 2011 but always stayed on course.
Today, I left the big corporation and focused on that particular way of sharing experiences and experiences.
I love traveling, music, cooking, and no-code app development—all with my lovely wife and partner in crime, my two kids, and four grandsons.
When the going get's rough, I return to my core conviction, "Happiness is a choice, my choice."
It is not what happens to us; it is how we look at it and act on it that defines our life.
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