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The Power of Projection: The Value of Turning Arrogance into Confidence

The Power of Projection: The Value of Turning Arrogance into Confidence

Friendship is an interesting concept. Sometimes when we meet someone new, something tells us, ‘I like this human. We’re going to do things together.’ And so we do. True friends are our confidants and our barometers. They are our mirrors, the people we bounce our thoughts and ideas off. And while advice from mere acquaintances...

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ANC at 109: A Muted Anniversary writes Vanessa Banton

ANC at 109: A Muted Anniversary writes Vanessa Banton

It seems apt this year as Covid wreaks its havoc that the ANC’s anniversary celebrations will have to take on a more muted tone. This is unlike in 2012 where supporters in a stadium had to watch as leaders ate cake and drank champagne at centenary celebrations while they looked on. It was later decided...

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Some Tips on How to Approach 2021 by Mark Sham

Some Tips on How to Approach 2021 by Mark Sham

Today’s message is all about how to approach 2021! I think most people have reached a point where 2020 has tired them out, and all they want is the year to end. But in my mind, it’s not like 2021 is magically going to be much better unless we learn from 2020, and then take...

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‘Too many MBAs’ is a Problem for Business – Elon Musk

‘Too many MBAs’ is a Problem for Business – Elon Musk

Tesla and SpaceX founder Elon Musk says the biggest problem with corporate America today is that too many business school graduates are running the show. “I think that there might be too many MBAs running companies,” Musk said Tuesday at the WSJ CEO Summit. This “MBA-ization of America,” isn’t great, Musk said, especially when it comes...

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Nova Pioneer Midrand Making A Difference in Alex

Nova Pioneer Midrand Making A Difference in Alex

In celebration of ‘Make A Difference Day’ earlier this year, Nova Pioneer Midrand students successfully embarked on a book collection drive with the hope of donating their books to a school based in the Alexandra township, North of Johannesburg this December.  The learning model of the Nova Pioneer schools fosters a great love of reading...

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Deepak Chopra: 3 things great leaders do to set their teams up for success

Deepak Chopra: 3 things great leaders do to set their teams up for success

Whether you’ve been doing it for decades or stepping into the role for the first time, managing a team is hard work. It requires practice and the strengthening of essential skills such as communication, coaching, delegating, and emotional intelligence. “The goal of every leader should be to help people grow their skills, while also fostering a culture that...

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Disruptive Innovation writes Riaaz Jeena

Disruptive Innovation writes Riaaz Jeena

In the event that you invest a great deal of time and energy in the start-up environment or the tech ecosystems, there is a strong chance you have heard the term Disruptive Innovation more often than you can remember. Organizations worldwide have been using this phrase for some time now, and in my view, it...

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Relationships: 5 Signs Breaking Up Right Now Is Necessary

Relationships: 5 Signs Breaking Up Right Now Is Necessary

For all the good a breakup can bring, that doesn’t mean pulling the trigger on an otherwise happy or salvageable relationship with a few flaws is always the best course of action.  Below, you’ll find five signs as ones that you might find more happiness by ending things than by trying to stick it out. ...

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