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The Warrior and the Artist

Kung Fu Panda - Jacques de Villiers

Have you ever wished that you were somewhere else or doing something else? I used to want to be somewhere else, doing something else until I came across the notion of the warrior and the artist. It helped me shift from wanting something ‘out there’ to being grateful that I was privileged enough to be given the opportunity to become who I truly am. A being who is grateful and in awe that he gets […]

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Get Inspired Seminar

Get Inspired - Veli Ndaba

Spend a day with Veli Ndaba (entrepreneur, author, professional speaker and life & business coach) and his successful friends. You’ll learn about the system and steps needed to make a commitment and to implement positive change. What You’ll Learn Physical and mental wellbeing Goal-setting that leads to success Financial wellbeing Strategy and planning (business and career) Sales and marketing (product and services) Unlocking your business entrepreneurship CX (Creating customer experience) Commitment and discipline Presenter: Veli Ndaba […]

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3 Easy Steps To A Terrible Life

10 terrible things - Kirsten long

Imagine there’s a life – your life. This life of yours has 10 great things about it, and 10 terrible things about it. Let’s say you wake up in the morning and you think about those 10 terrible things – as you get ready for work, as you drive in your car, and as you sip your steaming mug of coffee – You’re thinking about those 10 terrible things. Later you meet a friend for […]

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No Good Deed Goes Unpunished

Oscar Wilde - No Good Deed Goes Unpunished

“This is no time to make new enemies”. These were the last words of French writer and philosopher, Voltaire on his deathbed when asked to foreswear Satan. I, of course, have no problem making new enemies (and upsetting old enemies) on a regular basis. Yes, I know, being arrogant, self-absorbed, difficult, short-tempered and petulant – with a weird (if any) sense of humour doesn’t help my cause at all. Yet, if I were a genius […]

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Mediocrity stops me from being shunned

Mediocrity virus

Mediocrity has been on my mind a lot lately. With poor service delivery in both the public and private sectors rife, dropping education standards and the stress that unchecked crime brings, how could it not be? Is there a mediocrity virus running amuck? You’re, of course, smart enough to know that when I lash out, I’m just projecting, aren’t I? I suffer from the mediocrity virus too. I know that I’m not always 100% present […]

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