On “dannelsesreiser” and the power of changing your perspective

April 9, 2016

It’s a funny business, this leaving the comfort of your own little bubble and venturing out into the world. Traveling to strange worlds, visiting foreign countries and meeting people who are not like you. You just might change your perspective on […]

8 days a week

Things are a little crazy. I wish there were more hours in the day and more days to a week. I want to write more but there is no time. I can’t have all I want though. One thing at […]

The Yellow Brick Road…

Every now and then I am hit with a feeling that life should soon be calming down a little. That it’s been intense for a while, with lots of changes and lots of things to do and that soon, very […]

On the power of helping someone (also, on not dying on mountain tops in thunder storms)

An important theme in my life the last few years, both personally and at work, has been to have the ability to help others. I know that it gives me immense spiritual satisfaction and a feeling of a higher purpose to […]

Work hard, play hard

Most days at Singularity are 12-15 hours of classes within a crazy wide range of subjects, and at the end of the day it feels like your brain has tried increasing its volume beyond what’s physically possible. Our first week contained […]

Singularity, Week 1. Holy shit, y’all.

So. Wow. I don’t even know where to start. Let’s do a list. This week I have… … gotten to know at least 120 new, amazing and brilliant people. And I don’t mean like a formal introduction and a hi. While I […]

At this point, anything can happen

Welcome to your future. Will you take the red pill or the blue? Or the purple, or the pink, or the dark red, or the multicolored one? This sparkly one with unicorns and rainbows, perhaps? (yes please!) As I came to […]

So long, and thanks for all the umbrellas

February 28, 2014

Gothenburg has been good to me. It is a cozy little town, pretending to be a big town, yet not quite there, pulled down by the limited inhabitant number, the modest appearance and the inferiority complex towards big brother Stockholm. […]

So where do you live?

February 23, 2014

It should be an easy question. Just name a city. Or a country, or even a continent. Even LinkedIn only recognizes one home town. Tell us what one place you live. Period. Yet, the simple question always ends up with […]

❤ San Francisco ❤

December 10, 2013

My heart always breaks a little when I leave. This city has such a special place in my heart – the people, the vibe, the architecture, the walkability, the craziness, all my friends, the close-knit communities, and the fact that […]