Mandela called her ‘Lizzie’

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The news must have come your way in many shapes and forms and there is lots to read about the passing and the life of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. A tragic moment for a nation and mostly her close relatives. A great article about her life as a Queen was done by The Economist […]

Who’s Raising Who?

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Am I handing her the cup or is she handing it to me? Am I raising a daughter or is she raising me? There’s days for teenage daughters that I’m sure it feels more like the latter. “13 doesn’t really feel that old, but 14 does sound kinda old and 13 is only one year […]

Privilege to Dream

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Who doesn’t love a good summer road trip? Besides hour-long playlists and quick little games you can play across however many rows of seats your car may have, what are some of your favourite ways to spend time on the road?  For our family, we like to dream out loud as we see the other […]

Transitions

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Happy New Year! The unavoidable question would be, ‘what are your dreams, goals, targets for the new year?’ You can read those questions on all the other leadership and personal development websites and magazines. My question for you right now is, ‘how do you deal with transitions?’ I remember the first time I heard someone […]

Made For This

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Ever heard of the Dutch kickboxer Rico Verhoeven? You should look up his name. What an absolute legend. I’m not necessarily a big fan of kickboxing, but as a Dutch person myself I couldn’t avoid hearing about this true fighter in every sense of the word. Rico defended his world title in heavyweight kickboxing last […]