Nº33 – Cycling, Startups & Sales

I was inspired by this post about why every father should bring his toddler out for a mini adventure.
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Nº33 – Cycling, Startups & Sales
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I was inspired by this post about why every father should bring his toddler out for a mini adventure. Without getting too sappy, I loved it. Totally different take on the work/life balance idea and maybe even modern fatherhood:
I always have this desire of imparting my experience and knowledge to her, and the best way in my opinion isn’t telling her, but to show her the world myself.
Tl;DR? 
I understand that parents including myself want the safe side of everything, but the problem is we need to take a little leap of faith for interesting life experiences.
Taking leaps yourself and helping others do the same is kinda what its all about right?
Please take a moment to recommend this newsletter to your homies & colleagues: 
Twitter (danke!) | Facebook (dank je!) Thanks Azeem Azhar for the share idea ; ) 
As always, thanks for reading!

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Sales
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Radness
that view tho
that view tho
Resident Twotone Consulting PR powerhouse, aspiring DJ & often author over at Krooks, Guy van Koolwijk has been traveling In Peru recently:
Working remotely certainly got a new dimension when you’re doing it from the heights of the Peruvian Andes at 3500m and it has been an awesome trip! We went by train through the jungle to Aguas Calientes, a crazy mountain village with really nice hot springs. The morning after we went to Machu Picchu and his lesser known, but more photographed brother, Wayna Picchu. It was a hell of a climb, but it was definitely worth it as the view was amazing! 
Follow Guy on Soundcloud & twitter.
#perurail
#perurail
Here's to taking leaps yourself and helping others do the same this week!
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