November 18, 2020

Margrethe Vestager on political enemies, marriage and burnout

"You don't have to learn from your biggest critics, knowing they want to hurt you... and you don't have to decide immediately either." She's the ultimate role model but also a provocateur for many pseudo-leaders triggered by her commitment, authenticity and laser focus. 

Check out this second episode of an exclusive series of interviews with one of the most powerful women leading the European Union: Margrethe Vestager.

You might found out about:
- Discovering your inner voice and trusting your gut when taking some of the most costly decisions on the planet
- Staying authentic even if political enemies want to destroy or at least hurt you with their criticism
- Power of the team, trusting your intuition and collective intelligence when taking executive decisions
- Work-life balance, women having it all, parenting challenges 
- Her well-being practices and advice to avoid burnout trap. 

In the first interview, she shared intimate secrets about unleashing her feminine leadership. 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PRt8SzoPv_s

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Margrethe Vestager, age 52, is Executive Vice President of the European Commission for a Europe fit for the digital age. She previously served as Commissioner for Competition (2014-19). She was Minister for Economic Affairs and the Interior (2011-14) and Minister for Education (1998-2001) of Denmark. She was Political leader of the Danish Social Liberal Party (2007-14) and worked for the Danish Ministry of Finance (1993-95). Ms. Vestager holds an MSc in Economics (University of Copenhagen).

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