Category Archives: Leadership

A Tribute To The Future

I count myself blessed to lead a group of young people. I have the great opportunity of speaking into their lives every week. When we started, some of them had no sense of identity and no toungible hope. It has … Continue reading

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Easy Does It

Today my post is just a short note of cautio: Be careful that your desire for an outcome becomes so huge that it overshadows your morality and dignity. Principles should be determined and entrenched within you before the moment of … Continue reading

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Comparison: Death of Excellence

I don’t believe in dreams described by words like first, youngest, most. If Obama’s dream was to be the first black president of the US, then he got his dream 4years ago and he deserves no one’s respect. If however … Continue reading

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Meaningful Aid: The Man, The Fish and The Donor

Providing relief to the poor, the sick or those who suffer in other ways is noble and appropriate at times but it shouldn’t be the major focus. Focus should be sustainable development. I believe sustainable development starts from the recipient. … Continue reading

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A Simple Word Exposes Zimbabwean Politics

Sometimes words do speak louder than actions. Zimbabwean politicians and media practitioners describe citizens interestingly. Election time or not, they refer to citizens as the electorate. For comparison, Americans in these circles refer to citizens as tax payers even during … Continue reading

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A Simple Word Exposes Zimbabwean Politics

Sometimes words do speak louder than actions. Zimbabwean politicians and media practitioners describe citizens interestingly. Election time or not, they refer to citizens as the electorate. For comparison, Americans in these circles refer to citizens as tax payers even during … Continue reading

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Good Intentions Aint Gonna Cut It!

I have seen organisations struggle under the dead weight of good intentions. Intentions and intentionality are 2 different things. There aint no genies in lamps, people should stop rubbing and wishing! Most organisations struggle because they are constituted by good … Continue reading

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