About me

Hi, I am Johannes.

So, what is there to know about me?

I  love making sense of complex stuff and asking tons of questions.

German Swiss Army KnifeMy friends say that I am like a Swiss army knife, only in German.

That’s because you can throw basically any MISSION:IMPOSSIBLE project at me and I will figure out the “what’s going on, how can we improve, what should we do” questions.

I am not known for talking a lot but there are some topics I can talk for hours about (that’s what really excites me and some of this you can read in my blog about):

High-performance (sports + at work), rowing, leadership by asking questions, parenting, employee onboarding, playing guitar, developing new ideas, black and white movies, learning new stuff,  Iron Man, …

Currently, this is my favorite quote and I try to live up to it

Impossible is just a big word thrown around by small men who find it easier to live in the world they’ve been given than to explore the power they have to change it. Impossible is not a fact. It’s an opinion. Impossible is not a declaration. It’s a dare. Impossible is potential. Impossible is temporary. Impossible is nothing.

Muhammad Ali

I believe in teams, ideas as the currency of the 21st century, curiosity and lifelong learning. I am not scared of a MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE and I love it “when a plan comes together”. If there is no tool for the job I will make one. I love to create, to shape and to help others be successful.

Enjoy reading my blogs. Send me feedback, criticize me, agree with me, debate with me, tell me what you think.

Have a great day!


Johannes Bayer


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