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Interactively incentivize team driven markets and accurate meta-services. Progressively engage cutting-edge catalysts for change after efficient potentialities. Professionally generate extensive process improvements for process-centric niche markets. Dramatically initiate end-to-end niches whereas integrated best practices. Professionally envisioneer ethical results rather than team building synergy.
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May

03

2017
When Leadership Needs Transformation

When Leadership Needs Transformation

Leadership systems are often influenced by culture, religion, gender and socio-political and economic status. Education and training can also be considered to have a significant influence on the development of leadership systems. These elements can be seen to have an ever-increasing contribution to the evolution of leadership systems in businesses and societies. In some cases, they become very serious barriers to the progress of leadership...

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Apr

01

2017
A Small Business Approach to Risk Management

Entrepreneurs understand that businesses are subject to risks and uncertainties. Small and medium scale businesses are no exception. In fact, one could argue that they are typically more vulnerable to risks than large businesses because they may have less resources, knowledge and experience in dealing with the risk in its various forms. Any shocks to small businesses as a result of risk factors could lead...

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Mar

21

2017
Are You Still Climbing?

Are You Still Climbing?

Life is full of ups and downs. This fact of life is something that we all have to deal with quite often in our lives. I often define reality as the sum of the good, the bad and the ugly to make a beautifully woven script that we call our lives. A correct understanding of how to make the best out of the ugliest situations...

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Mar

07

2017
Alain St Ange: A Story of Defying the Odds

Alain St Ange: A Story of Defying the Odds

In truth, life is tough. It is designed to defeat the weak and eliminate all those who show signs of weakness when it matters most. As ancient wisdom has taught us, if the odds are never against you, you may not be heading in the right direction of greatness. Winston Churchill said it well when he said, “Kites rise against the wind, not with it”....

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Feb

24

2017
Accounting and the Human Economy

Accounting and the Human Economy

Why is it that the world of accounting recognizes capital items such as laptops, printers, photocopiers, desks, chairs and shredders as assets yet the people that work in an organisation are listed as a cost, an expense. This comes from the industrial age thinking which has driven and underpins the accounting principles and assumptions we use today. People are looked at as just a number,...

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Feb

15

2017
Relax and Become Phenomenal

Relax and Become Phenomenal

If you are going to have a real shot at greatness, one of basic things you need to master is how to relax in every situation. You see, the pressure it takes to be successful at what you do and to maintain that success needs to be balanced with an incredible ability to still be able to relax in the midst of the pressure. If...

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Nov

17

2016
The wisdom of Dr Myles Munroe

The wisdom of Dr Myles Munroe

The late Dr Myles Munroe was a man of wisdom. Indeed, his influence across the world is unquestionable and his teachings on leadership, entrepreneurship and spirituality have made a difference to millions of people around the world. He is the man credited with the great saying: “The greatest tragedy in life is not death, but a life without a purpose.” – Dr Myles Munroe Having...

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Nov

05

2016
The Five Emotional Barriers to Success

The Five Emotional Barriers to Success

Over the last few weeks I have discovered one of the pioneers of the concepts that led to the growth and prominence of the self-development industry, Dr Maxwell Maltz. Through his work titled Psycho Cybernetics Dr Maltz emphasizes the importance of the self-image, suggesting that one cannot outperform his/her own self-image. One of the most important aspects of his discoveries was the importance of one...

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Oct

30

2016
End of Day Process

End of Day Process

This article highlights one great lesson that I have learnt from the way a commercial bank does its business. You see, at the end every business day the bank runs an end of day process which basically winds up the current day’s activities, perform some checks and balances to ensure the books are balanced and prepares the core banking system for the following day’s activities.


Oct

24

2016
The trap of Positive Thinking

The trap of Positive Thinking

Positive thinking is certainly helpful and necessary for success but it hits a limit when people fall into the trap set by the seductive power of fantasy. At the end of the day positive thinking comes to naught if it is not followed by deliberate, intentional and, of course, positive actions.  It is the actions that one takes that matter; one should harness their energy...

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