Monthly Archives: April 2017

Napoleon Hill’s 17 Principles of Personal Achievement.

It was Napoleon who once said that whatever the mind can conceive , the mind can achieve. True. So, I will like to share with you some of the principles he recommended to achieve your goals. Principle 1: Definiteness of Purpose. This is the starting point of all achievement. Without a purpose and a plan, people drift aimlessly through life. ... Read More »

Job Opportunities at Samaritan’s Purse.

Samaritan’s Purse is urgently seeking highly qualified Christian men and women to serve the Lord in South Sudan. As the country faces daunting challenges, now is the time to bring physical relief while also sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ. A variety of paid positions are available at Samaritan’s Purse. Positions need to be filled quickly. Area Coordinator, Emergency ... Read More »

Justice Mogoeng On Dealing With Corruption.

Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng was this week elected as the president of the conference of constitutional jurisdictions of Africa. At the opening of the conference Mogoeng said that corruption was a key element hampering poverty alleviation in Africa. See below some of his quotes: “We enjoy a singular honor as judges of courts on this continent, of eradicating corruption.” “But we ... Read More »

Cliff Barrows and His favourite Scripture.

After a lifetime of faithful service, Cliff Barrows recently passed away at age 93, having served alongside Billy Graham as the music and program director since 1949. Cliff was known for his encouraging words, his constant smile, and the uplifting lilt of his voice. He was an avid memorizer of Bible verses and his favourite one was 1 Chronicle 28:20. ... Read More »

Be like Naspers. Always defying the odds.

May your life be like Naspers who keeps rising and defying the odds at the same time making experts look stupid! You may not have heard of Naspers but you probably have DSTV in your home, a service that is provided by Naspers. Naspers is a broad-based multinational internet and media group, offering services in more than 130 countries. Its ... Read More »

Letter to my mentees.

Dear Mentees, I have been thinking about the book to recommend for you to achieve your goal and maximize your potential in life however I can’t think of any other book apart from my number one reference book – The Bible. As far as I am concerned, there are two books. The Bible and others. So, from the Manufacturer’s manual ... Read More »

The greatest day in history.

If I ask for the greatest day in your life, perhaps you will tell me the day you were born. If I ask for the greatest day in your country,  your answer may be the independence day. One of the greatest days in history was 8th of May, 1945. It was the day the Nazi Germany surrendered its armed forces ... Read More »

How South Africa can get out of Junk Status.

African National Congress (ANC) recently released national policy documents which contain solutions needed to get South Africa out of junk status. However the question to ask is whether there is a political will to implement the policy. The solutions include: Increasing the investment by the private and public sectors form current levels of around 19% of GDP to 30% of ... Read More »

Thankful Living.

Ontlametse Phalatse is a living, breathing miracle. She suffers from Progeria, a rare genetic disorder which causes premature aging and she is the only known black female born with this disease. Doctors predicted she would only live until the age of 14 however she celebrated her 18th birthday few days ago. When asked to speak during the event, she said ... Read More »

Reshuffling to Slay by Abosede Ijabadeniyi

The ability to reshuffle redundant goals and ambitions is critical in this era of #Post-Truth, #Alternativefacts, #Unprecedentedattacks and Sporadic #CabinetReshuffle. The capabilities and resources needed to achieve set goals are not static. It is common to hear people talk about pursuing their passion. By the way, passion is not static. Don’t be too rigid to miss the mark. Over and ... Read More »