It is. But no worries. It’s like sport. I practice narcissism like others 100 meters of crawling, kind of daily training. And to be honest, I think it would be really good if mental diseases were an Olympic discipline.
Not at all. My projects are less about psyche. We train politics. How to make policy. How to get, what politicians don’t like to give you.
That's part of the tools you need for politics. Tell the politicians that you want to interview them and you have a good chance of getting an appointment.
Funny. Staying in contact. Moreover, I have no TV. It’s my own reality show.
Easy to answer: „I’m on the side of the best participant.“ You should ask sharper, more specific. It’s so easy to escape. The right question is: „ What will you do, if a Tunisian and a German participant deliver interviews which are equally good?“
I never said that interviewing is like sport. But of course I hope that my country will win. Nevertheless I take in regard who is more pleased. My Tunisian participants are likely to be more pleased about an award. That’s my impression.
We said „Equally good.“ Don’t forget what we were talking about. May I propose you a last question?
Claus, will you take part in your award with this interview?
Nope, as long as there is no Olympic discipline for narcissism, I will never take part. Moreover it's an award for interviews. This here is a monologue.
Claus Sixt in a monologue with himself; Photo by Martina Hippauf, office mate of Claus
You get a detailed reasoning about the quality of your interview, a place in one of Sixt’s or Marlene's projects, a 50% reduction of the participation fees and during a private trip - financed by your parents? - free accomodation with best Wlan for one week in Landshut.
The Claus Sixt Interview Award 2017, the Olympic discipline “Mental Diseases”and a monologue about interviews. Claus Sixt, coach of international youth projects, thinks aloud for interpolisweb.