Personal life: I am just a young fellow who is continuosly pushing and testing his limits and helping others do the same.

It is good to have an end to journey toward;
but it is the journey that matters, in the end.

/ Ernest Hemingway /

Budapest University of Technology University
Switzerland Switzerland
China China


Looking back I must say it has been a great journey so far and I’m pretty sure that this is just the beginning...

I got my Master's Degree in Computer Engineering from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics. During university I participated in many student clubs and travelled around Europe. On a workshop in Switzerland I fell in love with the country...and a swiss girl.

I moved there and started working in an IT company. I had to deal with all kinds of problems and customers. It was really intense, but I learnt a lot in many different fields such as: web development, hardware assembling, maintaining network systems, data recovery, communicating with customers, etc.
This period also had a huge effect on my physical health and spiritual journey.

Later my heart led me to China - where I spent an amazing 6 months. Asia is simply AMAZING. I think everyone should go there for a while to experience it’s beauty. I studied Chinese language at Beijing Jiaotong University and had the opportunity to try all kinds of traditional chinese arts: calligraphy, tai chi, paper cutting, etc. This period formed my personality in a way, that I became much more empathetic for others and accept them as they are.

Coming back to Hungary I started working on my first startup UniBreeze with my Co-founder Matyas Biri. Even though we stopped working on this product, it was an incredible journey that definitely formed my mindset and pushed me to the direction of entrepreneurship. I realized that I enjoy solving problems, creating products, doing customer development and coming up with business ideas. I just love it and looking forward to the future to work with great people on great challenges.



If you always do what you always did,
you will always get what you always got.

Albert Einstein

We cannot solve our problems with
the same thinking that created them.

Albert Einstein

Once you have commitment, you need the discipline
and hard work to get you there.

Haile Gebrselassie

Motivation is what gets you started.
Habit is what keeps you going.

Jim Ryun

Think big, and don't listen to people who tell you it can't be done. Life is too short to think small.

Tim Ferriss

You have not lived today until you have done something
for someone who can never repay you.

John Bunyon

I found this pictures on Daily Health Gen and I had to share them with you. I could not agree more.

My Favourite Books

"No two persons ever read the same book."

Geez, now that's a tough one...
It's hard to pick, there are so many... I guess I’m kind of a bookaholic.
I mostly read about business, self development, health and fitness.
I’m astonished by the knowledge that humankind acquired throughout the history.
I'm constantly training my speed-reading skills to be able to finish more books faster, while remembering them better.
This is just a short list of some of my favourite books:

Zero To One
- Peter Thiels

How to build something that did not exist before?
Or with other words: this book is about how to build the future.
The Hard Thing About Hard Things
- Ben Horowitz

Running a business is not always easy and fun. This books talks about the hard parts.
Real stories from a real guy. Learnt a lot from it.
- Marty Cagan

This book describes the best practices of creating successful software products and explains the most common pitfalls and how to avoid them.
Don't let your product fail to meet its objectives.
- Jonah Berger

Is there a way to make something go viral?
Well...maybe there is no exact recipe - however certain things will help.
This book tells you what these things are.
Business Model Generation
- Alexander Osterwalder

An easy and practical tool-kit to have an overview of your business.
Everything you need to be aware of on a high level.
Have got a business idea? Put it on the canvas...
Lean Analytics
- Alistair Croll & Ben Yoskovitz

Are you focusing on the One Metric That Matters to your business right now?
It's easy to get sink in the ocean of data - this book helps you stay above the water.
Self development
- Carol S. Dweck

Do you have a 'fixed' or a 'growth' mindset?
Ever wondered why some people achieve great success while others do not?
If yes, read this book.
The Miracle Morning
- Hal Elrod

I built up my morning habit based on this book.
Well, I was not at all an 'early riser', but now I wake up at 5AM - full of energy and motivation.
Great stuff.
You Are A Badass
- Jen Sincero

The coolest and most badass self development book I have ever read.
If you want to change your life - and have a lot of fun in the meantime - get this book, read it, and let's talk about it. :)
Become A Superlearner
- Jonathan Levi

A great book about how to read faster and remember better.
It definitely helped me a lot to increase my reading speed - and I'm still at the beginning of the journey...
Grain Brain
- David Perlmutter MD.

The subtitle says everything:
The Surprising Truth About Wheat, Cards and Sugar - Your Brain's Silent Killers
Read it if your life is important for you.
Wheat Belly
Sugar Blues
- William Dufty

A bit outdated book (orig. published in 1976) - so some infos are maybe not totally correct, but it definitely made me quit sugar from my life.


"Free time is a terrible thing to waste. Read a book."


“We travel not to escape life, but for life not to escape us.”
I travel to get to know new people, places, and cultures. Basically to learn and to be free. I travel any way I can - I walk, I hitch-hike, I drive, I fly - anywhere I can - a small town nearby, the mountains, foreign countries, other continents - at any time I can.

Card magic

"Before there can be wonders, there must be wonder."
I got into the world of magic while I was in college. I fell in love with it. It's amazing to see the surprise and joy on the face of the people after a successful magic trick. It somehow gives back the hope for magic. Love it.


“If one cannot enjoy reading a book over and over again,
there is no use in reading it at all.”

Reading is like travelling, or getting to know a new person. An infinite source of great knowledge. I don't watch TV - I read. I read when I'm at home, or on the bus, or in a line. At the river, on the beach. When the sun is shining and when it is not.


"If you have time for Facebook, you have time to exercise."
Exercise is part of self development. You need to develop your body in the same way as you need to develop your mind and your soul. I mostly go jogging or do Functional Training (TRX, Kettlebell, Street Workout) - but I'm very much looking forward to include yoga as well.

Self development

"Self development is not 'achieved'.
It is continuous, deliberate and thoughtful."

I truly believe that everyone should constantly challenge themselves and getting out of their comfort zone. I try to be out of my comfort zone as much as possible and do the same for other people. Not because I am mean - but because I want them to grow with me.

If you want to get to know me even better:

I Would Love To Hear From You

Get in Touch

I do love getting to know new people, learning about their ideas and helping them however I can.
So don't be shy, shoot me a message, call me on Skype, hit me on Facebook or on LinkedIn.

Let's build great important awesome things together!