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which has been a different experience altogether. Ollie is 14 and Charlie is seven; they are seven years apart and seeing the world through very different eyes. Charlie is starting to experience life for the very first time and is in awe of almost everything; Ollie, meanwhile, is beginning to see things more as an adult. The parenting requirements are so diverse. A family day out has to include compromises for all of us!
Who’s your role model as the perfect professional? I would say the footballer, Ronaldo. He came from a very underprivileged background and worked hard at what he did best. He used the power of marketing to make himself the most famous footballer in the world. He is a perfectionist at everything that he does and believes in, and hence, he is someone I look up to as a role model. If you had one free hour in the day to relieve stress, how would you use it? I would call a friend to come over and play squash. When playing, there is no time to think about anything else — and afterwards, I’m too tired!
Any advice for aspiring entrepreneurs? Do your homework, speak to as many people as you can about the business, and network tirelessly.
What is your greatest dream, professionally? I am living it and intend to grow with it.
If you had a million dollars, what would you do with it? I would invest it in property. My father has long taught me the value of bricks and mortar. — Staff reporter