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Geri Horner

Singer, songwriter and ex-Spice Girl Geri Halliwell-now-Horner talks about connection, kindness, authenticity and the drivers behind her ambition

For me, life is about kindness, authenticity, courage and joy, not in a frivolous way but real joy and fun!

I think the most important thing is that we all feel heard. If we live under one umbrella of kindness, starting with being kind to yourself, then to others, that allows you to be exactly who you are, without treading on anyone else’s voice or hurting anybody else.

I didn’t come from a privileged background. My mother and father worked hard, my dad admired Margaret Thatcher; a greengrocer’s daughter, and that said to me ‘greengrocer’s daughter becomes prime minister’ – anything is possible. I was lucky enough to be one of two students chosen to take a test to attend a good local grammar school. That was a defining moment for my education. I was hungry to learn, but I was also a little cheeky; I lacked discipline.

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