Ordinary People with Extraordinary Results

This weeks podcast deals with dreams, the dreams we have as globally citizens,  Africans and as individuals. The dreams that wake us up early in the morning or that keep us working late at night. I had this talk with Gary Sirak late last year and we discuss his book, The American Dream. Our discussion covers the African Renaissance, the concept that African people…

2017 Reflection Time

Hi, it has been a minute. I have been doing a lot of reflecting as well as creating new and exciting content and having some fantastic interviews you will get to hear very soon for the podcast. Since I was undergoing some reflection, I wanted to share the tools I am using so we can grow…

Pioneering innovative technologies in Zimbabwe and Africa

Hi All, This week’s episode is an interview with Tawanda Chikose, a visionary & multi award winning technology entrepreneur with a passion for solving Africa’s societal problems using innovative technologies. Other platforms you can listen and subscribe on. Buzzsprout Itunes Podcast Sound Cloud Stitcher Tawanda is the founder and CEO of Road Rules Solutions, a…

Pioneering innovative technologies in Africa!

Hi All, This week’s episode is an interview with Tawanda Chikose, a visionary & multi award-winning technology entrepreneur with a passion for solving Africa’s societal problems using innovative technologies. Tawanda is the founder and CEO of Road Rules Solutions, a start-up that is revolutionising the way people acquire driver’s licenses in Zimbabwe through the Road…

Our reality

Our reality is our perception of our world and depends on what we pay attention to.

How we interpret what we pay attention to depends on our beliefs, prejudices, cultural conditioning – our lived in experience (our past), our mental models and our worldview
For example

Mind Blow: What determines how we see the world

Our reality is our perception of our world and depends on what we pay attention to.

How we interpret what we pay attention to depends on our beliefs, prejudices, cultural conditioning – our lived in experience (our past), our mental models and our worldview
For example

It is​ never too late

From a young age, my Father has always told me, “it’s never too late to do the right thing.” I have come to treasure those words and use them as my personal mantra. When I make a mistake, whether it’s at work, in my business, or relationships, instead of becoming discouraged and heavy burdened by…