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    Time and Value

    Time and Value

    “Live now, believe me, wait not till tomorrow; Gather the roses of life today.” – Pierre de Ronsard Many of us agree with the statement, “…life is fleeting”. This is part of a quote made by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. In a time like this, we do not need to reason too...

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    The 4 Pillars of Leadership

    The 4 Pillars of Leadership

    In a recent survey 86 % of people interviewed felt that there was currently an international crisis of leadership. Leadership is no longer inspirational but polarising, people are being divided into angry camps by the rhetoric of high profile leaders seeking greater...

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    The Three R’s of Leadership

    The Three R’s of Leadership

    “True leaders always practice the three R’s: Respect for self, Respect for others, Responsibility for all their actions”, by Anonymous. Knowing how and when to practice these three R’s is integral in becoming an effective leader. Rob Liano said, “Self respect,...

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    Plucking  the “Low-Hanging  Fruits”

    Plucking the “Low-Hanging Fruits”

    The sudden downturn in economies and uncertainties in the business environment in recent times due to the Covid-19 pandemic has resulted in many people losing hope. This has been evident in the lack of growth in most businesses, accompanied by job losses, pay cuts,...

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    How to Get Your Team Motivated

    How to Get Your Team Motivated

    Motivation is a fascinating subject in the workplace, just like it is everywhere else. There is a plethora of motivational speakers, speeches, videos and so on, that are geared to help people change their lives. The dictionary definition of a motive is “something that...

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    The Master Procrastinator

    The Master Procrastinator

    The end of my four-year undergraduate study had come so early and unexpectedly. I knew I would get here at a point but did not expect it to be this soon. As I waited for my roommates in the lobby of my hall of residence, I realized there were many things I was yet to...

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    Navigating Through Change

    Navigating Through Change

    “It just happened!” Whether you are a manager, a parent or a teacher; I’m sure you have heard this before. The fact is; very few things go wrong over-night. Most things that go wrong give us several options to choose from and various warnings before the crisis hits....

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    S-T-R-E-T-C-H

    S-T-R-E-T-C-H

    Recognizing that you are not where you want to be is a starting point to begin changing your life." - Deborah Day. Taking stock is a key step to launching out into something new. Abraham Maslow says that, "One can choose to go back toward safety or forward toward...

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    Three Ways to Change a Habit

    Three Ways to Change a Habit

    The great Greek philosopher, Aristotle, once said, “Quality is not an act, it is a habit.” If our habits are not at the quality, we would like them to be, what can we do to change them? Identifying your routine, experimenting with rewards, and isolating the cue are...

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