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  • Back to the Old School

    Back to the Old School

    There is certainly not a shadow of doubt that humanity has made great strides in technological advancements over the centuries and continues to. These advances have seen the advent of new medical treatments and state of the art medical facilities, the internet and “interconnectedness” of societies on a global scale, …Read More »
  • Blink

    Blink

    Three. Two. One. Happy New Year! You cheer with your friends and family, sharing a bottle or three of champagne. Blink. You’re making your way back to the office for the first time this year. You know that you should be well rested after the holiday, but you can’t quite …Read More »
  • When to Overinvest

    When to Overinvest

    The world’s gone crazy. For example, everyone laughed when America picked a right-wing, blond-mopped megalomaniac to lead their thriving economy, and there seemed to be a collective understanding that this was an error that should not be repeated. Unfortunately, it turns out this ‘collective understanding’ wasn’t that collective… And then …Read More »
  • Sharing is Caring

    Sharing is Caring

    There are about 10 000 000 000 galaxies in the observable universe (no my keyboard didn’t get stuck on 0, that number is 10 billion). If we’re assuming that there’s an average number of 100 billion stars per galaxy, that means there are a staggering 1 billion trillion stars in …Read More »
  • The Springboks are tech-ing their game to the opposition

    The Springboks are tech-ing their game to the opposition

    It’s the 16th of September 2017, and the whole country is in disbelief. The mood is pretty kak and investor sentiment has taken a serious knock. Yes, you’ve guessed it. The All Blacks just embarrassed the Springboks by 57 ‘how your fathers’ to 0. Who would have believed that just …Read More »
  • Time vs Value

    Time vs Value

    I recently visited the serene beaches of Mozambique and decided my time with family and friends was more important than access to a network for my devices. So I decided to not get a local sim card and stay offline. To my surprise the dogs and the house were still …Read More »
  • Sleeping On The Job

    Sleeping On The Job

    The worlds biggest ride hailing company owns no vehicles. The worlds largest retailer holds no merchandise. You know where I’m going with this. We’ve all heard the rhetoric -and quite frankly it’s getting a bit old- but it’s something that we can all relate to. I guarantee you are a …Read More »
  • Get Your Head In The Cloud

    Get Your Head In The Cloud

    Roy L. Smith wrote that the successful businessman is the one who finds out what the matter is with his business before his competition does. Failure to anticipate or react to competition, technology or changes in the marketplace can lead a business into the red zone. When last did you …Read More »
  • You’ve Got Mail

    You’ve Got Mail

    Picture this. It’s a Monday morning. You’ve just got into work feeling breezy after a good weekend filled with your favourite things. Your computer is just starting to warm up, when your boss comes over to you with a concerned look on their face. They start asking about the prospective …Read More »
  • The Chameleon Shift

    The Chameleon Shift

    Putting lipstick on a pig doesn’t change the fact that it’s still a pig A lot of emphasis is put on acquiring new knowledge, developing new skills or trying new things as some base requirement for human improvement. But the thing is, if you don’t combine all this learning with …Read More »