Anyway…Eight years ago, I moved to New York from Sweden simply because I wanted to live in this amazing city - not for any practical reasons. I have enjoyed (almost) every day of it.
In 2010 I changed careers to become an entrepreneur in health and fitness, which I'm very excited about. (This is only an adjunct to my womanizing pursuits - my true goal is to find a wealthy, beautiful woman who will support me.)
FYI, some things that I love: grass fed steak, espresso, Florence, the Winged Victory (I have a copy), cats (fluffy), Hudson River School paintings, Central Park, and long golden days.
Otherwise: Atlas Shrugged, Ninety-Three,
The Count of Monte Cristo, Quo Vadis, Noble House. I'm not a big fan of modern fiction, but open to suggestions.
Movies: Casablanca, Chocolat, Dangerous Beauty, Casino Royale, Pride and Prejudice, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Sleepless in Seattle, The Notebook, The Terminator, Groundhog Day.
TV-Series: The K-Drama "Dae Jang Geum" and "Giant". Firefly and House.
Music: Typically rather obscure stuff that I find on my own or through friends, but currently a lot of Rush, Ennio Morricone and the Swedish band Covenant.
Food: Caveman foods from the mundane to the sublime. Foie gras, Italian delicacies, celery stalks.
Drinks: Water, espresso, misc hippie teas, red wine, tequila, and scotch.
I like dinner parties .
Pull up bar
A handful of true friends (including my sisters and my Dad).
There are very few things apart from my mental- and physical health that I can't do without. I haven't lived the most predictable and normal life, and I have gained and lost things that I thought I couldn't do without, yet I've come out fine.
- The OODA loop as it applies to cultural and organizational change.
- Steamy sex.
...you are keeping yourself fit and healthy, and you are into that sort of stuff because you actually like it.
…you think that you are rather pretty and you dress like you like yourself.
...you don't mind walking.