January 31, 2018 Paul Thandi

  Finding yourself is the longest journey you will ever take and still the most rewarding. Often this is a long game that is sustained by faith. Believing in results that you have not seen, working on yourself in a different way for days/months and years without instant rewards and still believing that the end results will be worth it. I say this is the most daring voyage of your lifetime. Lifespan advises that the earlier you find yourself the better for longer quality life. Let us take an example on entrepreneurship, which is my daily life. Entrepreneurship is freedom…

January 5, 2018 Paul Thandi 1Comment

We are at the walkway of a new year and we all have been here severally. The drive to chase something better is on the high and the motivation seems bottomless. If you recall well this routine has been there for quite a while. When the motivation dust settles and life puts you back where you were a month ago, we normally adjust slowly and think the resolutions are too steep and far-fetched. Often because of the lifestyle we live and the challenges we have faced, we at least push ourselves to come up with a plan on how to…

August 14, 2017 Paul Thandi

This is how you have made yourself the way you are, acquisition. The old saying goes that we are the making of our, and yes that is a very deep truth. We become our own consistency. The things we do over and over define us, we are described using those same things. Iam not sure you like the person you look at the mirror every morning, does the person inspire you, and are there things that you would want to change. The reality of life is that change is not a destination it is part of the journey. If you…

June 26, 2017 Paul Thandi

The mystery of entropy and how to override it. I believe that we all know that familiar junction of self-disappointment. Where we set our own goals and allocate time, the worst part is that even at times we show up but never do what is expected. We don’t fail to do this key activities because we don’t know or understand the rewards of our commitment. We actually need to do this things to move the current status of our life to the next level, yet we sit there and do nothing about it. The dilemma releases more disappointment with our selves than…