Helle Thorning-Schmidt is used to coordinate everything, what she is reporting.

How has it been in the prime minister’s office, as she was the first woman to get the keys to, and that’s how it was in the Red the Child, she was managing director of until in the summer.

Now she is completely her own and makes itself as a professional board member in a number of companies such as Vestas and industrial Carsoe, just like she runs her own consultancy firm ‘Thorning-Schmidt Global’.

The new life to fit her perfectly, even if it was creepy to throw himself into deep water without any form of security that everything will have to go. It she says in a great interview to the Exchange.

nevertheless, it is just what it does.

Helle Thorning-Schmidt, the dangers are now all over the globe and participating in board meetings with major international organisations, think tanks and businesses, and she also finds the space to sit in the chair next to Anders Breinholt in the night shift and drive around with Gulddreng, Malte Ebert, in the podcast ‘Køretimen’.

“I am become a free woman. I have not been in very many years,” says Helle Thorning-Schmidt on her new life, and recalls that it was not easy to reach where she stands today.

It requires courage to dare to reset his life, and it takes time to adapt to a new life with different challenges, she says.

“What happens when you leave a post as a prime minister or a position as a CEO in a large organization, is that you suddenly become the master of his own voice again. In an organisation such as the Red Child is each one’s messages are coordinated and elaborated down to the smallest detail, so that everyone in the whole world can live with them. But when I stop, I can again decide what I want and what I want to say at all times of the day. It is a liberation, but also exercise, that takes a bit of time, and that I just need to get used to that.”

Helle Thorning-Schmidt, who on a daily basis living in London, has many of its pursuits abroad, and she estimates that she uses about a quarter of his time in Denmark.

Helle Thorning-Schmidt, Danish prime minister in the period 2011-2015, and she was executive director of save the children International, with headquarters in London in the period 2016 to the summer of 2019.