Lessons from a nomadic childhood with Henzo Rashed
It is 7am, and I am sitting on the floor, chatting to Henzo from an Oasis in the Sahara, telling us about some of his lessons from a nomadic childhood.
You will be able to hear the cow mooing and the birds chirping throughout the episode – I hope it will allow you to travel as well!
Henzo has lived in many different countries since childhood (Germany, Turkey, the United States, Egypt, UAE, Oman… and more), and still lives a nomad lifestyle.
We talk about the importance of travelling, how his childhood shaped his character, how the eldest kid leads the way, and the importance of taking it one day at a time.
He also shares his views on the best values to pass down to kids, and healing our relationship with our parents.
As always, thank you so much for listening.
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