On Mission

Being on one creates polarity. It distinguishes between that which relates to and serves my current mission and that which does not. This polarity is very useful. It enables me to prioritise accurately. We all prioritise all the time. Usually along the lines of who shouts the loudest or who moans the most incessantly. Prioritising […]

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Pathways to Purpose

The first is a long journey with a stopover in a town called Discipline. There we are shaped and groomed through instilling of values, structure and dedication. It requires long hours of perfecting fundamentals. To our astonishment, we gain depth of understanding and a certain responsiveness possible only because of a well-trained subconscious. When we […]

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Team Player

Every member of the team is critical. If this was not the case, the position would not exist. The challenge is that some positions receive more limelight or prestige than others. It’s different for every sport, but is it prevalent in most of them. Being a team player means that my primary focus is to […]

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Playing Small

In a casino, this is advisable. (That is if you feel comfortable gambling at all). It limits your risk exposure and curbs your losses. In almost any other arena it doesn’t serve you. It does not serve us either. Compromising on your dreams or toning down your vision is the surefire way to very little. […]

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Close to home

The fight against stress, anxiety and depression it a tough one. As with all disease, it is very personal. There are no rest days, no breaks. What makes mental illness even more challenging is that it betrays you. You can no longer trust yourself, your thinking, your decisions or your emotions. You easily feel out […]

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