Ego and confidence are not the same. The fruit of both is bold expression of vision; a tangible passion, hence either being mistaken for the other. Being bold is a must for every heretic leader. Confidence is necessary for building significant support for your cause. It is easy for heretics to be considered arrogant because … Continue reading The Heretics’ Ego and Confidence
Grief is not an easy thing. While we all may grieve, they don’t grieve the same. We grieve the loss of loved ones, but that is not the only thing we grieve. We grieve everything dear to us.
This post is a part of the We Run Jozi Series I’m not as passionate about running as I am about squash (the sport). I would rather play squash than run. Despite this, I signed up to run Nike’s We Run Jozi 10 kilometer run. I’ve always wanted to run a ten and twenty kilometer … Continue reading Lessons From Preparing for We Run Jozi 10k
Not all change you will make will be all you. It is folly and or arrogant to think you can change everything alone. However, you have to embrace seasons you will have to act alone. The lonely seasons are the ones that test your resolve. The ones who keep going in the rough seasons, those … Continue reading Change and Being (Mis)Understood
Followers naturally respond better to bold statements, decisions and actions compared to indecisiveness. Supporters you cause are accelerators. As easily as they can help build momentum for the cause you lead, a lack of boldness can make them part of the machinery that destroys your momentum, discrediting your leadership and ultimately the cause.