“It’s not a mid-career crisis, it’s a mid-career catalyst” says our in studio expert, Career Strategist – Licia Dewing. Once you realise this, it gets really easy – listen to this #FutureCEOs #AskAnExpert feature to develop your own personal mid-career crisis (catalyst) plan.
How do you know you’re having a mid-career crisis? In this #FutureCEOs #AskAnExpert conversation, Gareth and Hlubi talk to Dr John Demartini, who gives us a whole new view and way of thinking about this hard-to-avoid phenomenon.
We’ve seen him achieving the greatest glory on the sports field, we’ve heard his voice guiding us through edge of seat sporting encounters, but do you know the other side of Rugby World Cup winning flyhalf, Joel Stransky – the businessman? Gareth Armstrong has the opportunity to sit with Joel during this week’s #FutureCEOs conversation
He doesn’t mince words during his satirical stand up against social issues and political injustices, but has he minced business and career opportunities as he has developed and grown as a comedian, social commentator, and businessman? Listen to this insightful #FutureCEOs conversation where Gareth Armstrong enjoys a funny but fascinating discussion answering this question and
She was accused of being too serious when she was younger, and maybe she was, but that focus and determination has resulted in Zizipho Nyanga being appointed as the CEO of the Masisizane Fund, and now in a place to push and invest in her passions – entrepreneurship and women empowerment. Listen to this lovely
Dion Chang – Futurist, Observer, and CEO – talks to Gareth Armstrong about all things innovation, trends, and the future of work during this #FutureCEOs conversation. The future is exciting, scary, and almost totally unpredictable – Listen here to find out more.
Ever feel like your company is too young and too small to be swimming with the big fish? David Taitz, co-founder of Hubble, proves the opposite to be true. Join this #FutureCEOs conversation as we learn from David and discover how he managed to position his start-up company in such a way that even a
Somebody once told me the definition of hell: “On your last day on earth, the person you became will meet the person you could have become.” — Anonymus Sometimes, to become successful, we do not need to add more things, we need to give up on some of them. Even though each one of us has