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August 26, 2020 1 min read

What does success look like to you? Whether it be on the badminton court or in life, defining what success looks like will take you one step closer to achieving it.

But what if you what it looks like, what do you need to go about achieving it? 

In this episode of The Badminton Podcast, we speak to Tjitte (TJ), a former Dutch Men’s Singles player and national coach of the Peruvian and New Zealand national teams. After spending decades in badminton, he has changed fields and is a business mentor at Startup Boot Camp and a business manager at Strategy Hubb.

TJ talks to us about the ingredients of success and how it often comes down to one thing: the people

Check it out here: 

Main image source: Badzine

Henry Wong
Henry Wong

Henry is an ex-state badminton player who represented South Australia as well as Melbourne University. He remains an avid badminton player in the social scenes of Melbourne. His passion for all things badminton lead him to be a co-founder of Volant Wear.


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