I Have the Power to Choose My Purpose

Is it possible to have too much choice? The saying has always been that you can’t get too much of a good thing, but when it comes to choice, perhaps this is where we have to disagree. In today’s day and age, we as young people are presented with a million...

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More than a Call…

So you have heard the call … what next?   Living a life of purpose and meaning has seemingly become a pop psychology fad in the last few years as a plethora of self-help books are published and are marketed via online courses and content. Some of these...

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Are You Listening …

At various times in our lives, the intrinsic nature of our Soul calls our truth to us. Living life authentically centred in purpose and meaning, requires of us to not only hear that call – the still most times, small voice within – it needs us to honour...

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Freedom and Two Roads …

The Robert Frost Poem, ‘The Road Not Taken’ as does the book by M Scott Peck, ‘The Road Less Travelled’ come to mind as this post takes form. For me, the poem and book espouse the iconic choice between doing what I have always done and in crafting a ‘me’ and a life...

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Special Freedom Day Post: The Freedom in Growth

Inspired by Freedom Day in South Africa – the day set aside to honour the signing of the Constitution of South Africa   Growth brings about fear and almost every time I have been confronted with the need for change and growth, that fear in my experience has been...

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Understanding the Choices of Others

As a student of psychology, I find myself deeply fascinated by the different types of people around me and learning what makes each individual tick. It’s not that I am nosey or trying to psychoanalyse anyone, I just find that knowing what motivates a...

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Choices and Pain

I am using poetic license and borrowing from an outstanding talk that I heard at an Ekurhuleni Business Network (EBN) networking Captains Breakfast a few days ago by Max Moyo. Max spoke of leadership pain and the aspects and elements that we need to...

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The Choice To Carry On

In my previous blog I discussed the gift of choice and how important it is to use this gift to affect change. What I didn’t touch on was the amount of pressure this places on young people today.   We are so abundantly blessed with a world full of choices,...

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Freedom is Choices…. Choices is Freedom

So what is it that is so alluring about carrying on the legacy of Nelson Mandela? Fresh from a tour of the Nelson Mandela Foundation and from the experience of the Human Rights Festival at Constitution Hill over the weekend of 23-25 March, it has become...

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Cherishing Our Freedom of Choice

Freedom. Such a simple word. Not too long, not too short. No complicated sounds or silent letters. None of those weird little pronunciation tricks we find so often in the English language. Everything about the word is easy. And yet to achieve it- this gift...

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Choices…

Choice The natural law of Choice is a teaching that is fundamental to world religions and philosophies. It is also the cornerstone of democracy. Choice, whether in politics, in business, in communities, organisations serving others, all have the power to...

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