Boardroom Soldiers

It wasn't so much an epiphany, instead, I had discovered destiny. I was that five-year-old sidekick to South Africa's top cop. It was the mid-1970s and our future had been decided.

I was a homeschooled kid, but I spent my time on nightshift patrol with my dad. I was hooked on the thrill of good trumping evil.

Many years later, we found ourselves wanting to share stories and experiences in dealing with business craft, from dishonest employees to nefarious practices. We cover it all.

Welcome to the Boardroom Soldiers, the podcast that talks to owner-operated businesses about identifying and eliminating business crime so that the honest can take the hard-earned money home.
1 Jun English South Africa Technology · Performing Arts

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