Andreas Wagner is a journalist, writer and interpreter currently based in London. At the age of 18, he was already writing for WELT, one of Germany’s top newspapers. He also worked as an interpreter for famous football players and managers like José Mourinho, Pep Guardiola, Jürgen Klopp, travelling the world and meeting many interesting people.
However, one day he realized that the high life he was living wasn’t giving him what he really needed. He was enjoying success after success (even playing in the World Series of Poker Main Event in Las Vegas!), but something was missing in his life.
This revelation led Andreas on a journey of self-discovery that helped him realize what really mattered to him – and, surprisingly, the things he had been craving turned out to be valueless and even counterproductive to his happiness.
His book, Happily Ever After, seeks to empower readers to become more aware of their true needs and break free from the addictions that create a deceitful illusion of happiness.
When Andreas doesn’t write about happiness, he is a keen salsa dancer and tries to improve his golf handicap to something like 150. Currently, he is looking forward to a road trip through Iceland, where he hopes to get far away from civilization and its pandemics.