Are you finding yourself making a living, but forgetting to have a life? Henry van Deventer and Mosima Selekisho share some insight with us around the steps to consider when planning to take a sabbatical.
Can one really make a career out of blogging? Over the last few years digital media has evolved into a powerful entity. Blogging is one of the platforms digital media offers which is capable of reaching and influencing large and wide spread audiences (aka potential customers). As influential as it has become,blogging might not be
Few experiences are as maddening as a restless night. Sleep should, in theory, be the most natural and effortless activity in the world, yet insomnia is common to many of us. To add to the frustration, it is now becoming clear that the hours you spend in bed are just as important to your physical and
If you’re a business owner, striving for work/life balance can actually sabotage your mojo. Learn what to do instead. Mojo. You’re probably familiar with the term, but can you actually define it? Put simply, mojo is the creative power behind success. It is an intangible, elusive asset that many people confuse with luck. For those
Sometimes you just end up following the wrong career path and it takes someone else to objectively point it out. Here are 5 signs you can identify on your own. Many people hate change; contemplating the unknown is scary. So many stick with familiar things even though they no longer fit. This is especially true
Why entrepreneurs have to make time to think about who they really want to be. Very few things in our lives are absolute. Everything is measured by degree, from our attention to our patience to the range and intensity of our emotions.
This routine takes seven minutes each morning before you start work. Will you follow it? It only takes seven minutes to change how you approach your day. Using the routine described below when you get to work will make a world of difference in your productivity, your attitude, your success, and your health. It’s like
Can you imagine walking into your boss’s office and going, “Hey, so I’ve been thinking. I’d like to be closer to my family, so I’m going to work from home from now on. See you at the Christmas party!” Yeah, no. That would be met with at least an eyeroll and a “Sure you are.