Upcoming book

Unthinkable – A Journey to an Extraordinary Life (Working title)

By Marcel Kuhn

For the last 6 years I have been writing on my first book. I interviewed 60 plus Work-Class Achievers, from across the globe, about success and fulfillment. When I started out, I had the assumption, that once you have achieved success you can be fulfilled. My journey of interviewing and writing completely challenged this assumption. As I side product I was on a path to self-mastery. I found a common pattern in my interviews, all of the World-Class Achievers did what was unthinkable for the “ordinary” people. I put in ordinary in quotations, because I know that we are all extra-ordinary people. Within each of us lies the power to do the unthinkable, when we are brave enough to step into our Greatness.

I put this little video of the wave in Camps Bay South Africa, because in live everything has a rhythm and flow to it. To live a life in flow cannot be forced. Living in flow means moving from effort to energy.

Rolling waves in Camps Bay, South Africa. Filmed by Chris Kohler, by drone.

Reading List – Books that I recommend

“Most successful people in the world who are healthy, wealthy and wise choose education over entertainment”.

Jay Shetty

These are books I have been reading, mainly listening, over the last 6 years. They might seem totally unrelated… But to everything in the Universe, there is a pattern, from the atom to the universe.

The topics covered by these books are: Leadership, Self-Mastery, Mindfulness, Surfing, Fitness & Health, Writing & Storytelling, Finances & Investing, Neuroscience, Body & Mind Connection, and more.

Research your own experience. Absorb what is useful, reject what is useless, add what is essentially your own.

Bruce Lee

When I’m reading, I don’t follow any methodology completely, like Bruce Lee, I research my own experience, absorb what is useful, reject what is useless, add what is essentially my own. Enjoy reading, and would love to hear about your insights and experiences.

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