I'm a guy living in Stockholm, Sweden with my wife and son, but I haven't always done that. Originally, I come from Karlshamn, a small coastal town at the southern part of Sweden.

After finishing my education in Telecommunications Engineering and the compulsory military service, I got my first employment at the company Tetra Pak in the university city of Lund. But the big city attractions, with all its possibilities, rich social and cultural life, hive of activities were tantalising. So, after a few years in Lund I set out to find employment in Stockholm at Ericsson, the telecom giant of Sweden, and hence, Stockholm became my second home.

Now I could have finished this text with the words "and the rest is history", but instead I will give you the background how I came about signing up for Ministry Of Freedom.

After 15 years with Ericsson, I started my path as an IT consultant employed at Enea Realtime. After gaining some 3 years-experience as consultant, I embarked to take a bold move on a long time 'dream' by making my very own IT consultant company, Axxiom, to which to this date I've been running for 17 years. As you surely understand, it has been many years of hard work in a country where almost half of the year is dark and cold.

Please don't misunderstand me. I love Stockholm, but as time goes by and you get older, other priorities come to mind. Personally, I like to be able to move to or at least spend part of the year in a warmer country and at the same time have the possibility to work. I like to have a job I can perform wherever with no geographical restrictions, as long as there is an internet connection. As you surely understand, that's where Ministry Of Freedom comes into the picture.

For me Ministry Of Freedom is the best alternative of work where you can "work where you are". Of course, you have to some extent need to be in front of the camera, but apart from that you don't have to do anything that will make you feel uncomfortable, like selling by making cold telephone calls or work in a customer support team for a lousy pay. But of course, you have to be committed and ready to work hard in order to succeed.

In my spare time, I like to live a rich social and healthy life with family and friends and travel when it's possible to do so (post corona).

Now you know a little more about me. Thank you for reading and take care.