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The life of a little naive optimist.

Hi, it's David!

This page serves as the central platform for all my current and future projects. 


Here, I will record and share my learnings through my struggles, failures, successes, and everyday life.

At the moment, I am writing this blog and posting every week on my most important learnings of the past week. 


For those who want to know why I am actually doing this: Below this post, you can find my personal vision, mission (purpose of life), and most important values. My goals

and actions are derived from those.

In case you have any questions, feedback, or requests, please hit me up via e-mail, LinkedIn, or Chat.



A world without limitations on mobility, with unrestricted access to quality education and nourishment, as well as a cosmopolitan life-worthy planet of humanity beyond exaggerated nationalism.

The state I want the world
to be in when I leave it.


Advancing the progress of this beautiful world, serving people every day as an inspiration and role model, to be part of the whole, to love and laugh infinitely and to discover every day as a new opportunity.

What role I want and have to play in 
it to make my vision become reality. 


The fundamentals for my day-to-day
decision making.

  1. Long-term thinking

  2. Never satisfied, always grateful

  3. Always giving my best

  4. Appreciation of life and other human beings

  5. Fun, joy and pleasure

In this excact order.


Strategy Consultant


Since January 2021

September 2017 - August 2020


Bachelor of Science - Business Administration
University of Mannheim
Grade: 1,1 with distinction

September 2017 - August 2020


Business Development Intern

@Getsafe - 10 weeks

Management Consulting Intern
@zeb - 9 weeks 
Controlling Intern
@SAP SE - 12 weeks
Strategic Marketing Intern
@Testo SE - 8 weeks


September 2014 - August 2017


A-Levels (Abitur)
Kaufmaennische Schulen Waldshut
Grade: 1,0

Self-improvement tips based on my learnings. One article per week. No spam ever.

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