Do you remember that feeling when you, as a child, were running and flapping your arms like wings?
Then after a bigger rebound, you remained hanging in the air in a state of weightlessness for a while – and felt you could easily take off? Just so little and you could fly. Of course, after all, you glided on the spot as well. I can swear to this.
If I had to take one single book to a desert island, I would hesitate slightly between Tao Te Ching and Siddhartha.
I suppose I would take Siddhartha by Hermann Hesse.
Top manager of a multinational corporation — the dream job of many employees
You have headed towards this for your entire career – a top position in the company hierarchy, a luxury car with the best possible accessories, a six-figure monthly salary about which ordinary mortals can only dream, amazing annual bonuses, stock options, premium corporate benefits, recognition by the people around you, awards for outstanding work performance – the Manager of the Year.