The Case of the Disappearing Dutchmen.

Inevitably in life we all sometimes hit roadblocks. Things that make us stop and either change course or turn around and go back the way we came. And the more we throw our selves out there the more we are likely to hit these events. As an Entrepreneur I hit these more often than most, … Continue reading

20somethings & incubators

So I recently filled out my 20somethings profile. It’s strange talking about myself in that way. Trying to present an fair and accurate picture while not wanting to come across as braging. The core things that I hope came across in the interview I’m going to repeat here, because I was fairly nervous and I … Continue reading

Guides and Pitch Decks.

Okay, so I finally got the first edition of the Guide up for moving to another host state from your origin state with your Non-European Family member. I don’t think it’s prefect yet but it’s a start, you can check it out and tell me what you think at: https://helpimanexpat.wordpress.com/non-euro-family-members/ In other news I’m currently spending … Continue reading

Planning for the Future

From time to time it is necessary to make plans, from budgets to shopping lists, plans are essential. So given the current state of things with money constantly being consumed and a limited supply to replenish it, how does one plan for the future? This question is never an easy one to ask as it identifies that … Continue reading

Every silver-lining has a cloud.

Yesterday was fantastic, today was not so much. You see yesterday I had my first face to face meeting with my future business partner. It went great! We had some coffee, spoke about our ideas, discussed start dates and set out a plan of action for the business. So as you can imagine I was … Continue reading

Expatriate habits, the importance of being unique…Oh and Cake.

A few days ago the Guardian published a rather interesting interactive infographic and it got me wondering are exp ats really as unique as we think we are? Lets face it, the first thing that 98% of expats do when they arrive in their country of destination is find and locate the local expat “community”. But … Continue reading

So, Twitter…

So I’ve just joined Twitter, Not entirely sure what to expect. I’ve mainly done it because I want to get updates from certain entrepreneurs and philanthropists that I usually check out on my social networks of choice, the issue that I hope twitter solves for me is that I can track posts by people I … Continue reading

The B Team.

Believe it or not, when I was younger I was a bit of a skinny nerd // If I’m being honest, I still am a bit of a skinny nerd // and try as I might to change things, I was always placed in the B team for any sports competitions. It’s not because I … Continue reading

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