Monthly Archives: May 2016

Sharing is Caring

The phrase ‘sharing is caring’ was made popular by the 90’s TV show Barney & Friends. The question I would like to ask you today ‘is sharing really caring?’ Let’s have a look at the sharing of knowledge. For many years … Continue reading

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How TweetJukeBox boosted my Twitter efforts

Twitter is an amazing platform, and so much can be done to build your brand and awareness about your products on Twitter. However, Twitter can be extremely time consuming if you want to achieve any level of success. A great … Continue reading

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The Leadership Question

What question would you ask a leader? Would you ask any of the following questions … Why is there such a shortage of leaders? Why don’t we see examples that we can truly follow in the leaders around us? Why are leaders corrupt? … Continue reading

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Conscious Awareness or EQ

A very well spoken gentleman once used the words ‘Conscious Awareness’ when I was discussing the subject of Emotional Intelligence with him. I have pondered these words for a long time as I know the power words can have. Let’s have a look … Continue reading

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The lost art of Propaganda

is the spreading of information in support of a cause. It’s not so important whether the information is true or false or if the cause is just or not — it’s all propaganda. The word propaganda is often used in a negative … Continue reading

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And Still

Originally posted on johndrumgoolewrites:
If you’re a boxing fan like me, one of the coolest elements is hearing Michael Buffer announce the winner of a championship fight. His cadence will slow down a bit after he finishes reciting the judge’s…

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SA's Catherine Constantinides chosen for the 2016 Mandela Washington Fellowship

Another exciting achievement to her list of accolades. Catherine Constantinides has been chosen as one of the 2016 Mandela Washington Fellows under the US Department of State’s Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI). As we celebrate Africa month and take this opportunity to … Continue reading

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