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When you’re tired and under pressure, mindfulness is the last thing on your mind. This is when policies come to the rescue. They protect you from those moments you want to revert to your toddler days. A temper tantrum is not a good look on anyone.
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When I watched Steve Jobs’ 2005 Stanford Commencement Address on YouTube back in 2011, I felt that I was not alone in my way of thinking. I was also hopeful that my dots will eventually connect.
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As the digital world expands, our relationships are changing. Social media impacts our mental health and facilitates passive-aggressive communication, plagiarism, copyright infringement, and the spread of misinformation. Therefore, the focus on maintaining our mental well-being and upholding the values of mindfulness and integrity is vital.
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What does this mean for your business? If you have a quality product, deliver quality service. Treat people with respect and move forward with integrity. These actions will ensure a solid foundation. And people will take notice. Word of mouth is your best tool to build trust.
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Entrepreneurship is a tricky road to navigate. When you’re faced with daily pressures, it’s easy to forget your goals and neglect your emotional well-being. I recently shared my tips on maintaining your well-being as an entrepreneur in Fetola’s Catalyst magazine.
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I’ve been closely following the developments in information privacy – overseas and in South Africa. And while Europe and the USA are ahead of us in this regard, we are catching up. I saw an opportunity to expand my knowledge and completed a certification in Information Privacy. I’m now a Certified Information Privacy Professional/ Europe...
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As business owners (and human beings!) it’s important that we understand the concept of the Bonus Pater Familias/Reasonable Man.
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Mark Zuckerberg said on 4 January that he’ll spend 2018 fixing Facebook’s problems that enable bad actors to do harm. (Read the post here). This will impact small businesses.
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