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by Kathy Mann Carl Jung said, “I am not what happened to me, I am what I choose to become.” We are deeply influenced by our experiences and this can hold us back from being our

By Carol Butcher “To be or not to be, that is the question,” Prince Hamlet mused in the nunnery scene. These words resonated with Shakespeare’s audience when the play was written in 1601. Today, the words

By Carol Butcher The shelves are awash with business publications. Some focus on specific geographic areas; others are global. Business publications focus on various areas of business such as leadership, business in Africa, technology, management, entrepreneurship,

By Carol Butcher When people hear that I am a journalist and media consultant, they often ask: “How can I build my profile?” In some instances individuals are eager to build their personal profile as they

by Rajesh Kamath   We continue from Part 1 of this article, where we discussed Being v/s Becoming, the significance of four and how Well Being is the alignment of the four human equipments – mind, body,

by Rajesh Kamath   “For, to be aware and to be are the same” – Permanides, Greek Philosopher   Well Being: Being rather than becoming In an earlier article, I had introduced the Mindful Talent Leader. This piece will take

by Marius Meyer Over the last few years, wellness week was celebrated in South Africa during the first week of July.  Thus, wellness week has arrived today and will run to Friday (2-6 July 2018).  We therefore

Low-skill and menial jobs are at the heart of most concerns about the impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI), but an expert cautions that leaders and managers could also very well be among the estimated two

 RISING STAR PROGRAMME   After receiving hundreds of entries and going through thousands of pages of nominations, motivations, videos and verifications, the finalists for the 7th Annual Standard Bank Rising Star Awards have been announced! The gala dinner

by Sue Fuller-Good Many people allow low-grade ill health to be their normal: a slight ache here or there, a sluggish digestive system or irritable bowel syndrome a few days a week. They wake up exhausted

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