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To Theo. Kaikaku-bookcover

By: Glenn Stenholm

To Theo. Kaikaku

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Imagine the first day in your life. Probably the most crucial day in your life. You became a human. You competed with around 20 to 300 million other sperm cells. No contest in your human life will beat that. Now you are cruising. You are almost sailing alone on a quiet ocean. Do not let the few other sailboats disturb you too much. They are only here to help you. Just be yourself and kind to them, you are in this race (read: life) together.

A city like Venice is a symbol of how fragile our planet is and if we abuse one place with over-consumption, it will get worn down. It is a warning here to us to protect old historical places on Earth and to be conscious about how we treat our planet. Venice is surely one of the places on this planet, which needed a crisis like Corona in order to rest from tourists and over-consumption.

Please don’t talk too much to me or your teachers. We need you, your medicine, your new eyes and your thoughts. We don’t need you to copy me or most of my generation. I know you are built for more. Just be you and do something. Get out there, raise your hand, and tell your peers what you think we need to change.


Glenn Stenholm spent his youth, treading water in the fjords of southern Norway. Reading was an early obsession and a welcomed escape into other worlds.

His mother, a cook, his father, a construction worker, made him question: what do we do with the time we’ve been given? What’s the point of it all? The search began.

His training as a medical officer in the Royal (Norwegian) Air Force led him to graduate with honours in physiotherapy from the University of Brighton. It was a good start, and a degree to frame, but a strong drive made him pivot into change and switch fields entirely. He earned an MSc in management from the University of Bath and got his executive education from Harvard Business School.

Glenn resides in the ski-jumping capitol of the world – Oslo –where he now spends his time as a managing director, shareholder and board member in various different businesses. He is the father of two boys.

What’s the point of it all?…everything…

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