Leadership and the Sense of Achievement

​We are all born with the desire to finish, to arrive (as it were), to attain, to gain, to prosper, to bear fruit, to expand, to become. It is a deep desire within to take your life and make it count. It is the constant panting of your soul to apprehend spiritual realities, as well […]

Inspire yourself

Our chief want is someone who will inspire us to be what we know we could be. Ralph Waldo Emerson Why wait for someone else when that someone can be you? You can inspire yourself. Everything you seek to do to others in this world, do to yourself first… experience it first, then go ahead […]

The Majestic Life

Two things strike me about the eagle. One, sharp vision. That’s expensive! The capacity of the eagle to see with its penetrating eyes makes it combine the “now” and “future” into a singular experience. To me, it doesn’t look as if today is different from tomorrow to an eagle especially when the beneficiary of these […]

Adversity is designed to make leaders

Leaders are born out of personal crises. Crisis is a life saver; it forces out the hidden potential in a person. It makes the person a rallying point, an anchor for those who are about to break down in the ongoing whirlwind of life and a model of possibilities that are still mere dreams in […]

Goal-seeking: keep moving forward

Goal-seeking is a built-in mechanism in man; if there’s nothing to strive for, expect, anticipate and achieve, life suddenly loses it’s appeal. You must have a goal that keeps you excited about your life and what you are making happen for others. Every goal is a means of growth. Tony Robbins says there are two […]

FOCUS on what you have

I had typed a fairly good script and I just lost it. So, I think I will just summarise my thoughts again… The reason why you don’t value what you have is you think others have something you don’t have and they’re having a great deal of fun, leaving you out of it. That makes […]

The Littleness of Greatness

The mind has a way of playing a trick on us. We see things and we suddenly take a posture of self-measurement – either minimising ourselves or exaggerating ourselves to what we see. What is it in a thing (house, car, gadgets) that could make a person to subsidise his potential for greatness? Why do […]