As I was googling a MindMap of the 4HWW I just finished, the first hit was a link to a MindMap a friend of mine made :) Thank you Rogier, now I need a huge printer and a sh*tload of paper!
rogier:

Reading the 4 Hour Workweek (4HWW) was not enough for me, I really did not want to forget the open minded lifestyle concepts Tim Ferriss talks about. So I decided to make a summary in MindMap style to get a simple overview of the book, and to be able to recap within 5 minutes. If you read the book yourself download the MindMap, print it and hang it on the wall!
Download the 4HWW Mindmap in pdf format on Scribd.com
Download the 4HWW Mindmap in MindManager (mmap) format
And now it is time to join the newrich, the movement where this book is all about! Will defiantly keep you posted about my steps in joining this new movement!

As I was googling a MindMap of the 4HWW I just finished, the first hit was a link to a MindMap a friend of mine made :) Thank you Rogier, now I need a huge printer and a sh*tload of paper!

rogier:

Reading the 4 Hour Workweek (4HWW) was not enough for me, I really did not want to forget the open minded lifestyle concepts Tim Ferriss talks about. So I decided to make a summary in MindMap style to get a simple overview of the book, and to be able to recap within 5 minutes. If you read the book yourself download the MindMap, print it and hang it on the wall!

  • Download the 4HWW Mindmap in pdf format on Scribd.com
  • Download the 4HWW Mindmap in MindManager (mmap) format

And now it is time to join the newrich, the movement where this book is all about! Will defiantly keep you posted about my steps in joining this new movement!

If I asked my customers what they want, they simply would have said a faster horse

This famous sentence of Henry Ford shows the ongoing battle between market research and innovation. Also today’s leaders like Steve Jobs likes to use this quote of Mr. Ford (read the book; inside Steve’s brain). And in many optics it is true. The human being tries to avoid changes, being afraid of changes is the end of innovation.

Henry Ford

Online Monkey

I met Ralf Sieke in Budapest a few weeks ago as we have a common friend. We had a good conversation about post digital marketing and since then I follow his thoughts on onlinemonkey.de. Lately he wrote an interesting blog about the Vodafone’s #tweetlied campaign. It’s in German but the wonderful world of Google translate can help you out.

Screw it, Let’s do it
Richard Branson’s watchword and name of the autobiography he wrote in 2010 - I enjoyed this book very much

Steven Johnson: Good ideas come from coffeehouses (read: where people meet)

I found inspiration in the blogs of http://rogier.fm/ and http://onlinemonkey.de/ 

Holland vs Hungary at the Ferenc Puskás stadium in Budapest. We couldn’t let this change go by. The best team in the world against the best team of the 50ies ;) and our home country for 6 months. We bought ourselfs cheap tickets in the Hungarian section. After the first goal we were cheering as loud as possible. But after the second goal I noticed some angry faces and some Hungarian shouting about us. So, we understood very well that we have to be a little more careful. No loud cheering after goal 3 and 4. But after the game, Hungarian supporters came to us to shake our hands and to congratulate us with our victory. They even wanted pictures with us. Great fun and fair supporters! Pictures -> click on my name below

Holland vs Hungary at the Ferenc Puskás stadium in Budapest. We couldn’t let this change go by. The best team in the world against the best team of the 50ies ;) and our home country for 6 months. We bought ourselfs cheap tickets in the Hungarian section. After the first goal we were cheering as loud as possible. But after the second goal I noticed some angry faces and some Hungarian shouting about us. So, we understood very well that we have to be a little more careful. No loud cheering after goal 3 and 4. But after the game, Hungarian supporters came to us to shake our hands and to congratulate us with our victory. They even wanted pictures with us. Great fun and fair supporters! Pictures -> click on my name below

Ramon, a fellow Erasmus student from Germany and a friend of mine, and I made a CouchSurfing trip to Miskolc. Tamás our CS host and Andy, one of the Xchange coordinators who lives in the neighborhood of Miskolc, showed us around in the city and surroundings. We had a great time, thanks to the hospitality of Tamás and Andy. As this was our first CouchSurfing experience, in the train back to Budapest we promised each other to do this definitely more often. It’s a great way to travel. I can recommend everyone to couchsurf the globe. More information -> www.couchsurfing.org 
Pictures -> click on my name below

Ramon, a fellow Erasmus student from Germany and a friend of mine, and I made a CouchSurfing trip to Miskolc. Tamás our CS host and Andy, one of the Xchange coordinators who lives in the neighborhood of Miskolc, showed us around in the city and surroundings. We had a great time, thanks to the hospitality of Tamás and Andy. As this was our first CouchSurfing experience, in the train back to Budapest we promised each other to do this definitely more often. It’s a great way to travel. I can recommend everyone to couchsurf the globe. More information -> www.couchsurfing.org 

Pictures -> click on my name below

The movie trailer of The (self named) Rosenfeld Four. We had fun to make it and got some positive reactions from other Erasmus students :)

Cheering for Orange in a Hungarian section. Not a very safe idea, some could Hungarians appreciate it.To bad Hungary didn’t score at all. #h