Michell Léon Stjernberg

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I'm ghost writing a book about crisis and trauma therapy for my friend Michael Molin. It's going to be a great input in the debate about people choosing a life in uniform and how they cope with the stress, fear and work environment of being a police officer, fireman, nurse and the like.

Finally getting som writing done on my fantasy novel. I'm halfway through it, and it has been waiting for me for a few months now. My time is constrained at the moment as my entrepreneurial projects swallow my attention, so I'm trying to make the shift from writing by hand with pen and paper to writing directly on my computer. I'm still unsure if I can make the shift, but if I can it would be great. It will save me a lot of time. For now, I'm typing my hand written script into my computer, and then we will see...

I have always thought that entrepreneurs are artists of the business world. They are the ones with the ability to tap into the future and create a new reality for all of us to see and participate in. To me, that's a very noble role to have in the world of today where the need for a new reality is apparent for everyone, even the hardest sceptic.

Entrepreneurs are willing to sacrifice a lot of things in life in order to realize their visions, because they believe in being part of a bigger agenda and reaching it by changing the world as we know it. In many ways entrepreneurs are the holy knights of today's world.

We need entrepreneurs more than ever before, and I believe they are key to fixing the world. They are the only ones who can spearhead change according to a higher agenda and still make a lot of money on it.

That's the difference between the holy knights of the past and the entrepreneurs of the future. The holy knights gave up on personal wealth and gain to advantage of their religious order, which got filthy rich. Entrepreneurs use personal wealth and gain as a natural lever to make a difference in the world. They understand that business is the order that runs the world today, and they use it to their advantage.

Through entrepreneurs we can learn that business and serving a higher agenda can not only go hand in hand, but also be the key to the future.

I believe data journalism is under valued and that many more journalists should focus on the area of data to find their stories. It's actually more important than ever, since data protection and privacy is under threat from both governments and huge conglomerate companies who have no regard for keeping our data private. On the contrary they feed off of them.

If media and journalists in general could focus more on crunching data when reporting I believe it would have an impact on the world. People would begin opening their eyes towards what's actually going on to a much larger degree, and I believe that would be healthy.

Data security is the biggest frontier in the world at the moment, if you ask me, and I'm alarmed by the poor recognition of it by the majority of people. This means that journalists worldwide have an obligation to focus much more on it, and thereby get the message out in the world to a much larger degree.

What do you think?

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Ready to rebalance my inner world with some food!
Have you heard of real estate wellness? Basically it's designing and building homes that take your well being into account with the help of modern technology. For instance to always adjust your circadian rhythm by having the right lighting. Or, it could be as simple as a water filter or air filter.

A lot of stuff is going on within this industry at the moment, and it will most likely change how we live in a not too distant future.