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    What’s your story? My virtual coffee with Mnotho Mtshali

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    You know I have to say that listening to all the voices in my head can get somewhat tiring. In addition I have to say that it’s often someone else’s perspective on life that shifts my own or just opens my eyes to something new. There are a few people I “follow” on LinkedIn and in the real world who’s views have really piqued my interest. One of these such people is Mnotho Mtshali. Mnotho works for Unilever in their Southern Africa division and lived in London town when I spent time there too in 2018…

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    Don’t chase your dreams

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    I do realise that what I’m about to say is contrary to much of the current #LiveYourBestLife social narrative. I also realise that each of us have to follow our own path so listen, or read, to what resonates with you and ditch the rest…

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    You’ve changed

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    I’ve got some (bad?) news for you; you’ve changed. Yup, you and I have changed.

    We’re not the same people we were two years ago, maybe even two months ago. I realised this when reading my latest brilliant read “The Fearless Monkey” by Dennis Heijn…

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    What’s your time worth?

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    I was thinking about Theresa May yesterday; not in the “I wonder if she wants to be my friend” kind of way but more in a “I wonder if it’s worth it” kind of way. Let me clarify from the outset of this post that I wish to make no reference to her political choices besides I think she’s had her fair share of grilling of late in the #Brexittales.

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    The consequences of real decision making

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    A couple of weeks ago I posted a video about the link between joy, authenticity and willpower with willpower being inversely proportional to joy and authenticity. I mentioned I’d be doing some additional posts on the topic and indeed I will but before doing so I felt I wanted to share some of my experiences around the consequences of real decision making.

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