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Jan 13, 2019
I am from Europe/Germany (yes - for Donald Trump the evil country, I guess :) ) 46 years old with a lovely family and with a absolutely normal job in a state office. I will give my best for an acceptable english :)
I've studied law and was a diligent slowlaner until I started to rethink all the wrong promisses of society and harshness of a submissive mediocre life.

My journey started two years ago, when I began to read about 150 books until now and finally stumbled over the millionaire fastlane and it was very exciting to read all the critics and explanations which reflected what I was already thinking and felt about the way I am living. I really began to hate my work-week routine and I am absolutely committed to start the life as an business owner.

I am happy to be here and look forward to share my way and to receive inspiring feedback.
I am here to move fast! ;-)
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