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This books is written by the philosopher Carsten Graff based on interviews with Peter Sorensen and the people around him. The book is also peppered with a number of Graff's old anlges on life, such as his idea of cultivating selfishness as a philosophy of life. Foreword by Art Jonak "A book for Dreamers, and people who want to live their dreams." - Randy Gage Peter dreamed of being free to determine his own salary, work whenever he wanted and decide whom to work with. His dream became a reality and today he is among the elite of his field. His dreams have not slowed down - quite the contrary. Now he is about to make hundreds of millions while helping thousands of people becoming free like himself. This is both a funny and honest portrait of one of today's most successful businessmen, that readers will find both inspiring or highly provocative. Follow along as Peter shares his thoughts about becoming free - both emotionally and economically. In an easy to read and unfiltered style, Peter talks about his ability to gather people headed in the same direction, while also developing on a personal level. You'll discover how he went from being dyslexic and troubled to realizing his wildest dreams. He touches on a variety of topics during his journey to self discovery - why poverty is an unnecessary luxury, why wealth requires a high degree of self-awareness, why you should never buy an alarm clock, and why Peter married his girlfriend in order to become a business success. The book is written by the philosopher Carsten Graff based upon interviews with Peter and the people around him. The book is also peppered with a number of Graff's odd angles on life, such as his idea of cultivating selfishness as a philosophy of life. BONUS! Conversation between Randy Gage and Peter Andreas Sorensen. Paperback, 201 pages.
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