I’ll try to squeeze in some yoga or a gym workout, shower, breakfast and then focus on my emails and social media.I don’t have a set plan for how I do my work, but usually I focus on what is most urgent.I spent 6 months traveling around East Africa, reconnecting with my roots, finding my feet, and looking at all sorts of businesses such as goat farming, dried mango production, property, bee-keeping, farming etc.
I handle pretty much everything except the IT/software side of things, so it’s a lot of work.
Luckily, living Kenya gives you a great quality of life and having a full-time chef makes it easy to eat healthy, and gives you more time to stay focused on work. Setting up a business in Kenya is not easy; we have had a lot of challenges and hurdles to cross!
It was a crazy idea with a friend to make some extra beer money.
Let’s just say that opened up my mind to a whole new world and made me think outside the box!
I’m the youngest of 4 boys, I’ve attended 7 different schools, and I’ve lived in 3 different continents.