Sbusiso Leope, DJ Sbu, spoke to MetroFM’s Tim Modise about “Leadership2020 – The Beginning”. Watch the interview below.
What to potentially expect when connecting with our African American/Caribbean kin
TUGGS.T.A.R is a motivational poet that has been trained as a Facilitator with Bob Proctor’s Life Success he has two albums to date, The Africa E.P: From Here to There and Home Again, and Season of Lost Love. He has just released his first book. “The Secret Relationship Between Africans & Blacks.” Available on amazon.
WORK WHILE YOU WAIT
Whitney M. Young: “It is better to be prepared and not have an opportunity, than to have an opportunity and not be prepared.”
My question to you is: “Will you be ready when the opportunity comes?” It is better to be prepared and not have an opportunity than to have an opportunity and not be prepared. I advise you to work while you wait. In Jentezen Franklin’s book; ‘Believe that you can’, he shares the following: In the New Testament we read: “Be instant (prepared) in season, out of season.” 2 Tim 4:2. We are supposed to be prepared and ready for whatever happens. The word ‘season’ in Greek (eukairos) has to do with opportunity. In other words; we had better be preparing ourselves now when it looks like nothing is happening, because the season will change and the opportunity to act will appear. When an opportunity comes, you need to be prepared for it. You might only get one shot.
Purpose: The new bottom line by @AbelMukwevho
Imagine a world where monetary transactions weren’t important. A world where the amount of money in your name didn’t define your living standards. A world where bartering was just an exchange of services and products – not money. If money wasn’t the primary commodity of exchange, what would you be doing? The answer I assume is; you’d be doing what you love. You would be serving others with your gift. And because we need to live and pay bills, you’d barter with your gift to make a living.