It’s Rainmaking Time!

by on October 30, 2018      

in Editorials & Commentary

It’s an exciting time to be alive. There’s a feeling of so much possibility and yet so many big challenges. Many riveting discoveries are changing life as we know it. For example, our brains are not our consciousness, but rather, an interface for consciousness. Consciousness is part of our biology; yet, we won’t find this […]

One of the most delightful times that Kim had on her first visit to The Netherlands was with the magical and most memorable Sig Lonegren and his partner Karin and their canine wonder “Snoofie”. Having fled shut downs with 12 hours notice in Paris, Kim rushed to make an early train to Amsterdam and headed […]

On Kim’s recent travels to Europe, she pops by the headquarters of Startpage, located in The Hague, to discuss the evolution of their email component of their organization, called Startmail. After many years of being on a privacy mission to keep peoples searches safe, Startmail has been one of the few Email Services that has […]

Kim returns from 6 weeks in Europe and shares some of the many unexpected encounters in France and The Netherlands. From losing her wheels on her biggest piece of luggage when landing at the Paris Train Station, to unexpected experiences with Taxis, to quirky Airbnb experiences,to brushes with big political demonstrations to unmatched hospitality in […]

There is no way to write an article about a horrible mass shooting and many deaths without first sending heartfelt condolences to the families and friends who lost loved ones. While most of us really want to figure it out as soon as possible and better understand what happened, it’s probably wiser and more useful […]

The election in France was so important that you would have really thought it was a global election. The entire world was on pins and needles. Paris was buzzing with excitement and expectancy. So much was riding on who would be the winner and what would happen to France and the EU if either Emmanuel Macron […]

It’s one thing to lead when you have the authority to act on your own accord, on behalf of your own team, or, with people in your own country. It’s yet another to lead when you’re forced to be answerable to those people who’re not accountable to you, who have legal power and authority over […]

As 2016 wraps up and moves into 2017 around the world, Kim reflects the recent and unexpected passing of celebrities like Carrie Fischer and her mother Debbie Reynolds, David Bowie, Prince and George Michael and talks about the importance of knowing the unique times we’re living in and why we must take a deeper look […]