2 April 2014
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A month of extremes for a Global Professional Speaker

The month of March was a month of extremes for a global professional speaker like me. 

I got to be the keynote speaker at the Global Dealer Conference for Bentley in London and I also got to speak for university students in Lithuania.

I got to speak for Swedish pub owners as well as for hotel managers in Singapore and I also got to speak for the global internet marketing team of MINI cars at a conference in Munich. 

I got to go to Bali twice. Once to speak for bankers, once to speak for the partners of Kodak Alaris.

One of the best things of being a global professional speaker is that you get to experience so many different cultures, industries and environments.

One day I got off the stage in a luxury hotel in central London to speak with a Bentley dealer from Saudi Arabia and less than 24 hours later, I was in a Hyatt Resort in Bali talking to Asian bankers.

It was also a month of extremes when it came to traveling. In 50 hours I got to see the airports of: Manila, Taipei, Amsterdam, Munich, Paris, Hong Kong and then back to Manila again. But I also had more than 10 days of Paternity leave with my two kids where I did not travel at all.

global conference speaker Fredrik Haren

The Pankhurst Barbershop that Bentley had set outside their global conference where delegates could get a real british haircut. Of course I had one.

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