PEOPLE who surround us have an effect on our lives and most importantly, on our success. I am one person who treasures and has tapped from the power of relationships and has benefitted immensely.
THE Concise Oxford Dictionary defines disinterested as: not influenced by one’s own advantage, impartial, uninterested or divest of interest. On the other hand, interest refers to the selfish pursuit of one’s own welfare, self-interest. Being interested is about having a private interest, not being impartial or disinterested.
Speak well of your enemies
The current state of Zimbabwe’s economy does not make any sense and similarly, most Zimbabweans do not make enough cents for their sustenance.
It is, but a coincidence that on a day, which I want to highlight the destructive nature of endemic and pervasive corruption in our country Zimbabwe, it is the metaphorical Friday the 13th. As an ardent film goer of the 1980s, I was part of the millions of people worldwide, who savoured the blood chilling moments in Friday the 13th film series written by Victor Miller and conjured by director Sean Cunningham.
As we lead we are confronted by people of different persuasions and that’s the hardest world a leaders should learn to live in. The smartest thing to do is to coach people into leadership and get out of their way.
THE purpose of this article is to put the record straight in the face of an uninformed and mischievous application of subsections 12(4)(a-e) and 12 4 (a-d) of the Labour Amendment Act No. 5 of 2015, by some unscrupulous employers.
Mathew 5 vs 43-44: “You have heard that it was said, You shall love your neighbour and hate your enemy. But I say to you, love your enemies, bless those who curse you, do good to those who hate you, and pray for those who spitefully use you and persecute you…”
The people of Zimbabwe will soon be dealing with the news about the fall of he who considers himself infallible. Although President Robert Mugabe may falsely believe that he is blessed with ancestral immortalisation, the inevitable twilight years have caught up with him. Soon the sad eventuality will present itself and the nation will mourn the loss of yet another Zimbabwean life.
Success needs to be activated, nurtured and attracted. In my article last week I touched on attitude in passing and now we should delve deeper into it. The success stories we see around us first existed in the mindset of individuals. Research has shown that, what you constantly think abou, you ultimately bring about.