My 100.000 miles to wisdom
It probably is a clear manifestation of midlife crisis. Or the desperate cry of an ego trying to break out. Or an honest try to order a gazillion of my thoughts in a mostly structured way. It’s certain that I miss playing with words, sentences and magic dust.
So, I’m writing a book. A collection of words and thoughts that will see the light just in time for my beloved SxSW 2019. There, the deadline is set. A book that expresses my thoughts and vision on societal trends, technology and the old ancient art of communication and influencing.
A year to collect, assess, question, write, kill, rewrite and build.
That leaves me exactly 100.000 miles to meet people, interview friends I admire, authors I like, business people walking the talk daily. A gargantuan journey to wisdom. A treasure of views, experiences, debates, talks, interviews and musings.
I will share every single mile of this journey. Every encounter. Every thought.
Romesh Gunesekera said:
“A passenger on a road journey is in the hands of a driver; a reader embarking on a book is in the hands of a narrator.”
Let me be both…