Extremely Early Life
Simon Lofgren was born on the 8th of June 1990 in Stockholm, Sweden, where he still resides today with his domestic partner and their dog. As a child, he discovered his love for aviation and technology and he went to the Aviation High School of Sweden in his teens.
Very Early Life
Aviation is bloody expansive. So, in 2010 Lofgren started to work in the ”high paying bonus” telemarketing industry to fund his pilot license. One of his sales coaches had been working on a book about sales techniques which he got to read in the early stages before publication.
His sales almost doubled while reading it, and with that, he had found his passion for the written word. Books on sales, marketing, and other non-fiction got devoured.
In the year of 2013, he started an e-book business which later on failed. But the manuscript for his very own book didn’t.
He self-published the book ”SELL! : Master the Art of Sales” and it is still one of the most streamed books on sales in Sweden.
He decided to put his attention to writing and started to grow a mustache. He started writing a blog with some daily thoughts and expanded his reading and writing to fiction. Comic books and science fiction still remain as his most beloved genres.
In the autumn of 2017, he went to Stockholm University at the age of 27 to study Linguistics to deepen his knowledge of what languages can do. He’s set to graduate with a Bachelor Degree in the spring of 2020 and he’s planning to continue up to a Master’s Degree (unless he finds success in other things – if so he’s set to drop out).
EDIT: He dropped out.
Lofgren is currently writing a comedy series in Swedish and a not yet announced non-fiction book (Swedish + English). Go to Books for more info.
Where to find him online
Lofgren is streaming on Twitch on a weekly schedule four times per week.
Lofgren is also the host of a Podcast but it’s currently on hold and will be republished sometime during year 2019.
Keep up with the community on Discord. You can also follow him on all major social media ponds such as Facebook and Twitter, but all his profiles repost and link back to this website. However, Twitter is good because he’ll send out a tweet when the stream goes online.
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How to support Simon
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