Failing Is More Important Than Ever

Failing Is More Important Than Ever

Oscar Chalupsky is a South African sports and business hero. He was the youngest Springbok lifesaver in 1979. He captained the South African kayak team in 1992, reaching the semi-finals in the K-4 1000m event. He has many sports accolades including South African...
Fear: The Doorway to Courage

Fear: The Doorway to Courage

Mostly I have found that courage feels an awful lot like fear. At the moment of being courageous the overwhelming feeling is “I am terrified!” Will Smith is hilarious when he tells story of his first parachute jump. He talks about the stress and panic of the night...
Action Changes Things

Action Changes Things

An unknown future and the need to adapt because of changing circumstances has never been more real to us than in this year. How then do we plan for success? We need to challenge our thinking to look at new and different ways that could work for us. It’s why I’m...
More Dessert, Less Desert

More Dessert, Less Desert

As great as our goals are, or as much as we need to persevere through something, sometimes it feels like it’s not worth it. How do you keep going when giving up feels by far the most sensible course of action? Here are some ideas to keep you motivated: 1. See through...
What You Are Capable Of

What You Are Capable Of

The movie Marshall is based on the true story of Thurgood Marshall, who became the first African-American Supreme Court judge, it depicts the court room drama of an African-American man accused of the rape and attempted murder of a high society white woman in the...