By Tshepiso Phosa and Timothy Maurice Webster
Fuelling Futures is the story of Tshepiso Phosa, a woman determined to use her position in the fuel industry, and related industries, to help fuel other people’s futures.
What’s fuelling your future? From the next breath you take until your last breath, your future in a mystical place, filled with both infinite potential as well as terrifying uncertainty.
Fuelling Futures delivers hope and inspiration to women & young professionals. We live in the era of ‘individual influence’, where you have the power to work from your phone to create the world you desire.
Timothy Maurice Webster, who has written four books on Personal Brand Influence, investigates how Tshepiso is going about influencing the world around her, from tackling the fuel industry to fuelling the lives of thousands of orphans.
Timothy captures Tshepiso’s story while wearing the dual lens of personal influence strategist as well as a thinker interested in the ‘why’ of human behaviour.
The book will take you on a roller coaster of emotions, inspiring you to rethink and reimagine what’s possible in your future. You will want to cheer Tshepiso on while clapping for your future at the same time.
About the authors
Tshepiso Phosa was born into one of South Africa’s ‘political struggle’ families – even while in her mother’s womb, she spent time in prison. Nothing about her life has been certain or secure.
She has faced the extremes of trauma to triumph, from being raped as a young girl to being the youngest woman to ever sit on the boards of all-male organisations.
Timothy Maurice Webster is the author of four bestselling books on human and brand behavior. His research focuses on the link between Brain Power and Brand Influence.
Timothy, born and raised in America, has worked between America, Africa and emerging markets for the past decade. His research, talks and media work explore the evolving trends in Neuroscience and how professionals and organisations should think about how the brain processes identity, brand power and human behavior.
ISBN | 978-0-620-82477-4 |