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Everyone wants to succeed. Even the anti-success pundits who ridicule self-help or who seek to discredit success philosophers. They are all equally obsessed with their own rendition of success. This is because success, as a word, embodies a broad range of ideals. Ultimately it means: achieving your own goals without violating your personal values and[…]
Hi friends, I’m taking on a few private coaching clients this year with a view to raising up 12 champions whose story is irresistible and undeniable. I’m not looking for a group of 12. I am looking for 12 individuals who want to succeed in different fields and in different ways. Not sure if you[…]
Breaking through the success barrier! I discovered through martial arts that if you want to punch through a piece of wood; you have to aim at a point beyond the wood. In this way you will apply the right amount of energy at the point of contact. The message is simple, don’t aim for the[…]
I am currently going through the book of Judges for devotional purposes and can’t help but notice the pattern of defeat that Israel experienced after the death of Joshua. The pattern went something like this: compromise lead to a crisis; the crisis (usually in the form of captivity) then lead to crying, and the crying[…]