Estelle Bosson

Estelle Bosson

Auckland, New Zealand / A passionate recruiter, who is currently planning a wedding in the beautiful Cook Islands. In my spare time love drooling over great recipes and hanging out wi
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When you first learn the basics of roller derby, crossovers are usually taught how you see in this video: bend your knees and cross one foot over the other. This was okay when we were doing 25 in 5...

When you first learn the basics of roller derby, crossovers are usually taught how you see in this video: bend your knees and cross one foot over the other. This was okay when we were doing 25 in Nose, knee, toe.

C-cuts: transition so hips are in front of the person you're hitting. Swing hips to block diagonally out, run them back, make a hole. Keep arms out and make ...

C-cuts: transition so hips are in front of the person you're hitting. Swing hips to block diagonally out, run them back, make a hole. Keep arms out and make .

5 Exercises to Help You Block Like a Badass – Prime – Medium

In reality, “getting in the way” isn’t as easy as it sounds. It requires you to be in control of your body at all times. And for anyone that’s ever tripped up the stairs or sprained their ankle…

BUILDING YOUR BASICS :: Lateral Movement – Prime – Medium

I’d wager to guess than during any given roller derby game, each player skates miles. With the (possible) exception of jammers, the primary direction of most skaters isn’t…

I myself love a good dry shampoo - Batiste being a particular favourite of mine - however in NZ not cheap, what a great alternative!

Oily Hair “Dry Cleaner” Ingredients: 1 tablespoon of cornstarch 4 tablespoons of water 1 tablespoon of rubbing alcohol Mix together, pour into a spray bottle and give it a shake! Now, spray anywhere on your head or hair that needs to be de-greased

Experience doesn't necessarily equal success - potential is the key to hiring the right staff

The most common hiring mistake is to hire someone who has the right experience. We know that this sounds counterintuitive, but hear us out. (This is from our book How to Hire and Develop Your Next Top Performer, edition: