Walter Kohl

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Walter Kohl walter kohlWalter Kohl is the oldest son of former German Federal Chancellor Helmut Kohl, entrepreneur and best-seller author.

Walter Kohl, born 1963, historian and graduate economist, BA (Harvard College) and MBA (INSEAD). He spent nine years abroad, including in France and the USA, where he worked as a financial analyst at Morgan Stanley. Back in Germany, he was responsible for controlling Kaufhof Holding AG and Metro AG for more than ten years. Later, he was Head of Controlling at Deutsche Vermögensberatung in Frankfurt. 2005, he and his Korean wife independently worked with a company of the automotive supply industry, which successfully manufactures applications for Audi, BMW, Ford, Peugeot, Renault and Rolls-Royce.

In his book “Live or be lived”, which has been at the top of the Spiegel bestseller list since the beginning of 2011, Kohl tells of his sometimes difficult childhood and youth in an environment of terrorism and at a time full of ideological arguments.

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Walter Kohl on lifestyle and success: 5 steps to inner peace

Life is like a roundabout that offers us three exits in conflict situations: fight, flight or reconciliation. We have to decide: Will I continue to turn in a circle? Fight? Flee? Or reconcile me and find inner peace? I plead for the last exit and explain this in five concrete steps. Read more

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