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The Cool Projects I Worked For (Part 1 – Crowdsourcing Videos) – Rodric Leerling

The Cool Projects I Worked For (Part 1 – Crowdsourcing Videos) – Rodric Leerling

Zooppa.com – crowdsourcing advertising videos and graphics.

If there ever was a moment in my sales career I felt an alignment of a business development project with my true pioneering sales qualities, it was with Zooppa.com.

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Rookie Refs Can Be Lazy – Rodric Leerling

Rookie Refs Can Be Lazy – Rodric Leerling

The rookie ref this weekend wasn’t that young. In fact, he told me he had been serving several football clubs as club referee and now wanted to join the Dutch FA. He needed more challenge and variation in this assigned games. Continue reading “Rookie Refs Can Be Lazy – Rodric Leerling”

Everybody happy with the new digital player passes? – Rodric Leerling

Everybody happy with the new digital player passes? – Rodric Leerling

Well, not the club I visited last weekend to accompany a new referee. The new FA referee was experienced as club official and performed the new player passes check professionally in the dressingroom. Continue reading “Everybody happy with the new digital player passes? – Rodric Leerling”

The doctor doesn’t want to see me untill Christmas – Rodric Leerling

The doctor doesn’t want to see me untill Christmas – Rodric Leerling

The rheumatologist made the promised call, sharing the recent bloodtest results. Blood is fine. No indications for auto-immune disorder. So, it looks like the inflammation has been halted. Yeah.

Then his question: how are you? Well, the knee is still normal after almost three weeks. Good. Sounds like you are back to normal. With this restriction: no peak muscle stress advised for the next three months.

So, refereeing will have to wait till January. In the meantime it’s important not to trigger a new inflammation and not put too much pressure on the knee muscles.

I’m ok with that as long as I can go about without pain and stiffness. And no new medication. Four months of a weird sudden inflammation seem over. Maybe ignited by a heavy sports season afterall. Full circle after all.