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I met Aunty X, an 86-year-old lady (I will call her Aunty X) about 18 years ago. I was in high school at the time; she would walk past our house every day and speak to my Mom about gardening. Eventually, they became close friends as she started visiting our home regularly and our family grew to love her dearly. Aunty X is unlike any 86-year-old I’ve ever known. Up to this day, she is active and living her best life. From Monday to Sunday, she travels daily using public

The Power of Words This blog post is all about the Power of Words, the power of languaging by Robin Sharma. There’s really two distinctions: Victim Speak If you watch a victim speaking you’ll hear things like, “I can’t. I’m sick of. I’m tired of. I don’t like this.” Leader Speak I call it leadership vocabulary, it’s much more the language of possibility. It’s much more the language of inspiration, much more the language of energy, much more the language of what can be made to happen. It makes me

Are you lacking creativity? Do you want to know how to stay creative? Do you think creative people work in a specific industry or have a specific job title? According to Robin Sharma,we ALL have a duty and responsibility to be creative. Robin Sharma is a leading leadership expert and the author of 15 global best sellers. In this mastery session, Robin speaks about 6 tactics on how to stay creative. I think it’s brilliant and I wanted to share it with you. If you are unable to watch the video above,

By now, you may have noticed that Jet is running an exciting campaign. For the month of love, they’ve decided to focus on the most important love in your life, you. This Valentine’s Day, Jet wants to encourage women to not only love those around them, but to love and celebrate themselves. So often beauty is portrayed as being skinny or a size zero but this message is flawed. Any woman, no matter her size, is beautiful and worth being celebrated. We need to encourage and support each other and embrace our

Run your own race

“Comparison is the thief of joy.” – Theodore Roosevelt It almost seems natural to compare ourselves to others. We find ourselves comparing careers, finances, body types, partners, children, etc. to others. I cannot emphasis how many times I’ve caught myself doing this. As a result, it made me feel like I wasn’t doing enough. Be okay with your own journey. When tempted to compare ourselves to others, remember that we are all running our own race – ALONE. Therefore our paths in life will be different. Sometimes, that path brings

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