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Changing the Leadership Lens

Changing the Leadership Lens

The past year, with its attendant pandemic, has taught us to take a day at a time and live purposefully. It has compelled us to be innovative and re-adjust various aspects of our lives, which includes the manner in which we do business across the globe. Corporate work...

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Affirm Yourself

Affirm Yourself

"Never underrate your confession. Destiny transformation begins when you begin to make a positive confession about yourself" - Benjamin Suulola I watched a short documentary where a homeless man was very discouraged by his circumstances. He used to be an influential...

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The Fear of Failure

The Fear of Failure

A few years ago, after spending 14 years in a banking industry where I was working, I felt the time had come to move on and to pursue my life’s dream, which is to become a consultant in the development of human capital, equipping leaders in Africa to become the best...

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Living and Leading with Balance

Living and Leading with Balance

Like so many principles discovered in my life, the latest reminder came during one of my morning runs in nature. If you have ever physically stretched beyond your existing level of fitness, be it because of exercise, work or an unplanned activity; you would have...

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Focused Rebellion

Focused Rebellion

What a paradox! Conformity, Standard operating procedure, Rules and regulations, Policies, Boxing everything up! When is enough, enough! The will or the neural wiring to take one from being a conforming Leader to one who is willing to test the boundaries and break...

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What Type of Attitude Do You Have?

What Type of Attitude Do You Have?

George Eliot said, “What do we live for, if it is not to make life less difficult for each other?” Think win-win is an attitude toward life, a mental frame of mind that says I can win, and so can you. It’s not me or you, it’s both of us. Think win-win is the...

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The Effects of Modern Day Evolution

The Effects of Modern Day Evolution

The pace of our social and technological evolution has vastly outstripped our physiological and emotional evolution. It took us 200,000 years to discover electricity (almost three centuries ago). At an incredible pace, we then produced the telephone (1870’s), motor...

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Leadership Lessons

Leadership Lessons

His name is Jack. He is a 7-year-old Boerbador. I’m not even sure if there is an actual breed like that, but that is my name for it. He is a cross between the powerful South African Boerboel and the well known, lovely natured Labrador. In my opinion, he was lucky to...

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