We met Gerald Hüfner twice in Papua New Guinea, together with Fritz Muller. It was funny to meet them because they were the only ‘other’ tourists we met in this country. And we had something in common: a trip around the world. Gerald (pilot and manager) accompanied his boss Fritz to fly around the world in their private Jet. We talked and shared experiences, and we had a great time. Besides, we met them again 6 months later in Anchorage (Alaska). What a coincidence! And who knows, maybe we’ll meet again in South America where we will stay for the next 3 months. And it looks like they are heading in that direction too!
Gerald is 52, Father of 2 sons, and manager at Gemü – valves, measurement and control systems.
I feel very honored Gerald accepted the “6vitesse-on-tour”- project with inspiring people all over the world. Here we go with the questions:
WHAT DOES ‘FREEDOM’ MEAN TO YOU?
This is the most important in the world
WHAT DOES ‘FRIENDSHIP’ MEAN TO YOU?
That helps a lot and is the best to keep an eye on
WHAT DOES ‘SUCCESS’ MEANS TO YOU?
Good for money and the ego
WHO DO YOU ADMIRE THE MOST?
People who are not egoistic and help others
WHAT GIVES YOU ENERGY?
Love, fresh air, friends and because I am enjoying my life
DO YOU HAVE A DREAM THAT YOU HOPE ONE DAY TO BE FULFILLED?
The reunion of ABBA ☺
IN WHAT ARE YOU A NATURAL TALENT?
WHAT DO YOU RESPECT THE MOST?
WHAT DO YOU NEED TO GROW AS A PERSON?
Good and bad experiences and a lot of luck
WHAT DOESN’T KILL YOU MAKES YOU STRONGER THEY SAY. DID YOU EXPERIENCE THIS?
Every day (if you have children then you know what I mean)
WHEN DID YOU PROCEED BY TAKING A SMALL STEP BACKWARDS?
All the time and it is so easy, more people should do so
WHAT WOULD YOU LIKE TO CHANGE IN THE WORLD?
Food for everybody!!
WHAT IS THE MOST PRECIOUS FOR YOU?
IS THERE SOMETHING THAT YOU ALWAYS WANTED TO DO, BUT NEVER DARED TO?
WHAT DRIVES YOU? WHAT ARE YOUR VALUES? WHAT MAKES YOU TICK?
The beauty of live, traveling, my children, love. Friends and a good job
Thanks Gerald, We both share lots of travel experiences, so one expression has become very special for all of us: “The world is a book,