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Passing On Game

Passing On Game

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Believe it or not, I never really wanted and felt like I needed a mentor. Have of the books I’ve read were autobiographies and stuff of that nature. All from people I deemed successful in my eyes. From them, I picked up things I liked… Read More »Passing On Game

Cooperate or defect - Nhlanhla Mazibuko

Cooperate or Defect

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With a title such as cooperate or defect, you might think that I am going to talk about Game Theory but it both is and isn’t the topic today. I want to discuss, the opposing pieces of advice that I received, Last week Friday(writing this… Read More »Cooperate or Defect

Greasing Palms

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It’s sad that in my country we live in a society where to get anything done you have to grease someone’s palms. Your hard work and preparation don’t matter if your palms aren’t greased. Everyone double dips in anything and everything they can. I hope… Read More »Greasing Palms

Word Is Bond

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A man is a man through his word. You give it and it’s bond. You can’t change it and can’t run away from it. Word is Bond

Limit - Nhlanhla Mazibuko

Testing Your Limits

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During the later stages of the 2013/14 English Premier League season, Liverpool seemed as if they could finally break the 20-plus years curse of having not won the League Title. One of the most famous games of that season was the Liverpool vs Chelsea game,… Read More »Testing Your Limits

The Value of Simplicity

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It’s no secret, that I love tech and all kinds of gadgets, and sometimes being known as the guy with the electric car might make one want to act how people see you, not how you see yourself. In Self Reliance, Ralph Waldo Emerson says… Read More »The Value of Simplicity

The First Day Back

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As things kick off this week properly in South Africa, most people will find themselves still tired after the long holiday. Well, what we don’t mention with that is that most of the time we are not tired or lack motivation from our managers and… Read More »The First Day Back

Truth From The Start

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The Truth is simple when it’s something practised from the start. When every party lays all their cards on the table from the beginning. The burden of lies and secrecy becomes heavier with time, with each passing interaction becoming an auger that keeps digging holes… Read More »Truth From The Start