Travel

Airport Shenanigans

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Over the years of traveling one gets to experience all sorts of people, situations and setbacks. Traveling isn’t glamorous, unless of course you travel First Class or ride...

The interaction impact

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Mumbai, 30+ degree celsius, bustling with thousands of people, noise along with a plethora of smells. All of my senses were alive and overloaded on this Saturday afternoon. My...

Cycling and Perspective

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Fifteen months ago I moved closer to central London. As part of the new location I was able to subscribe to the Santander Bike Rental scheme (aka Boris Bikes, given Boris Johnson...

It’s the little things ….

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I have traveled through Schiphol Airport (Amsterdam’s main airport) many times this year. A stop to the toilet before boarding a plane is typically part of my routine. What...

2017: Year in review

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“Life happens for you and not to you” — Tony Robbins “Live as if you were going to die tomorrow, learn as if you are going to live forever” —...

Controlling what you can control

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I am writing this while sitting in a car experiencing the worst traffic of my life. I’m in Istanbul trying to get to the airport with my colleagues. We left our client at...

Culture’s Role in the Business World

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For those that read my blog would know that my deep thirst for continual learning (hence my mantra #permanentbeta). Whether reading books, sitting courses or undertaking tertiary...

To take or not take the laptop, that is the question?

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Wherever I go, whenever that is and for whatever reason I take my all of my devices with me. It didn’t matter if it was a weekend away or a vacation overseas …. I...

2016 in review

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The older we get the faster each year seems to go. 2016 certainly went fast considering all the events that have occurred throughout the year. Although I have been blogging for...

Review: The Art of Travel by Alain de Botton

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The Art of Travel by Alain de Botton My rating: 4 of 5 stars Wow, what a thought provoking book! For someone who has a ferocious appetite to travel (and does both personally and...