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If you know me, you will know that I am truly passionate about three things in life namely entrepreneurship and fast-tracking business growth; travelling nationally and internationally and … being at your ideal weight, health and vision of yourself. I started my entrepreneurial ventures as early as my tweens, dreamed non-stop of travel since I was 11 years old and when it comes to weight, well that was the most painful of my three passions. As a young teenager, I got it into my head that

Ever wonder how the top selling and very successful entrepreneurs manage to get so much done? Are they superheroes who don’t sleep? Do they work through lunch and dinner and even the kids’ hockey games or swimming meets? Have they somehow figured out how to clone themselves? Quite frankly entrepreneurship and growing a business does often require you to work through lunch hours or even to work through the night and I have done so many times especially in the early stages of the business. But

Have your friends and family looked at you with obvious bewilderment in their eyes and asked you why you travel? Do they have trouble understanding why you want to spend so much time on the road – without the comforts of home, living out of a suitcase, away from friends and family, and more? Have you tried explaining your passion for travel to family and friends? And did you feel that saying “Just because I want to” wasn’t adequate for them to understand? Some friends and family members probably admire you for following your

Even if you have heard of the term 'committed to excellence', do you fully understand what it means? The following quote is from Aristotle and defines what excellence is. "Excellence is an art won by training and habituation. We do not act rightly because we have virtue or excellence, but we rather have those because we have acted rightly. We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act but a habit."  Immediately you can see that excellence is a habit, and any habit can be formed. The best way

If there’s one mistake that new—and sometimes even established—business owners make, it’s them failing to develop a clear vision of their ideal client. Too often we think our service or product is “for everyone.” And while it might be true that everyone could use your help, it’s simply not possible for you and your brand to appeal to everyone. Your prices might not be in line with what some can afford. Your branding might not resonate with others. Your story may not touch everyone with the