Thoughts on Small Business and Self-development
Change things up in 2020. Switch from making resolutions to effecting real change with the techniques outlined in Sw!tch!
A qualified biokineticst, yoga instructor and calisthenics practitioner, Kendra Dykman delves into how she moved from employee to business owner.
You may not end up working just 4 hours a week, but this book will change the way you view your work/life balance.
In the second part of my interview with Sensei Mario Sequeira, we discuss how the philosophies of Gojy-Ryu are relevant to everyday life.
I speak to karate instructor, Mario Sequeira, about how his dojo transformed from just 7 students to one of the top schools in South Africa.
Life is not a sprint, but an adventure endurance race.
You don’t need to be a millionaire to start a business. Here are three cost saving tips to expand your knowledge and get things off the ground.
Louan shares some insights into how he’s made his business a success, along with some thoughts on the 2 current buzzwords in IT – “Cloud” and “I.O.T”, focusing on Automated Homes.
I chat to my friend Louan about starting a band and his current Top Ten favourite songs.
Episode 2 features a chat with Chantelle – owner of Barking Wild. We speak about sustainable travel, conservation, diving and photography safaris.
In the first ever episode of “On the Mic with Megan”, I chat to my good friend Chantelle about how she fell in love with music and then we laugh (a lot!) about her current Top Ten favourite songs.
5 things I’ve learned opening my own business
Farewell, day job!
You’ll get more of the same unless you try something else
Why some decisions are harder than they seem?
Building my professional network one insult at a time
Say yes by saying no
Because you asked for it
Some sour thoughts on the convenience of lemon juice
Brewing up some life lessons
One. Better than none…
Neil Armstrong seemed to manage just fine…
Don’t let life hypnotise you like some kind of chicken.
I’m not the world’s worst photographer. I’m not exactly a professional either. My camera is usually on “auto” and it’s rarely that I fiddle with settings. Start talking about aperture or shutter speed and my eyes literally glaze over. I do enjoy snapping pictures though, so a few years ago, in an effort to tryContinue reading “Settle, Petal – nothing’s perfect”
My dream is to live in a secluded cabin somewhere, hidden from the fast paced world and all its annoyances. Somewhere quiet. Oh, so, so unbelievably quiet. But not so hidden that I can’t get to a theatre, or live music show, or restaurant, or sports game. If teleportation became a reality, my dream couldContinue reading “Don’t be an asshole”
“I want to play hockey,” I announced to my mother at age 11. My enthusiasm to partake was not backed up by any kind of natural ability for the sport. Any sport, for that matter. Several years and a lot of practice sessions later I had elevated my status to “not picked last”. I wasContinue reading “Happily average”
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