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BOOK REVIEW | It’s Not a Big Thing In Life

It’s all about your big things in life and your less big things in your life and the energy you assign to each. It’s Not a Big Thing In Life is a book by a 77-year-old Arnie Witkin with Illustrations by Dov Fedler and a foreword by Michael Holding. This book is the same genre as ‘Tuesdays with Morrie’ and ‘Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff?’

BOOK REVIEW | The Vulnerable Man

The Vulnerable Man is a raw, heartfelt and highly actionable book, inviting readers to walk alongside the author as his life began to crumble as a 'Highly Sensitive Person'. Anderson was on top of his game as an entrepreneur, but secretly struggling due to taking on others’ problems, supressing his own emotions and doing anything to be the brave face of his family.

BOOK REVIEW | Beyond Burn Out

It’s common knowledge that stress is a silent killer and burn-out more than just a warning shot across the bow. Yet, the inability of a leader to recognise, acknowledge and manage stress remains very much a taboo, with catastrophic consequences for his company, career and life.

BOOK REVIEW | Mind Your Own Business

Are you working long hours just to keep your head above water? Are you stuck in the first gear and want to get moving – fast? Mind Your Own Business details 12 crucial lessons on entrepreneurship; offering a fresh perspective, savvy advice and practical measures to put in place.

BOOK REVIEW | A Short History of Humanity

Humanity has often found itself on the precipice. We've survived and thrived because we've never stopped moving. In this eye-opening book, Johannes Krause, Chair of the Max Planck Institute for the History of Humanity, offers a new way of understanding our past, present and future.

BOOK REVIEW | How to Avoid a Climate Disaster

In this urgent, authoritative book, Bill Gates sets out a wide-ranging, practical and accessible plan for how the world can get to zero greenhouse gas emissions in time to avoid a climate catastrophe. Bill Gates has spent a decade investigating the causes and effects of climate change.

BOOK REVIEW | The Fail-Safe Startup

For the past decade, this is a question that Tom Eisenmann has tried to answer. Focusing his research and his MBA class at Harvard University on the mistakes and missteps of entrepreneurs, for the first time, he reveals his findings, and - most importantly - how you can avoid them.

BOOK REVIEW | Land Matters

Why has land reform been such a failure in South Africa? Will expropriation without compensation solve the problem? What can be done to get the land programme back on track? In his new book, Tembeka Ngcukaitobi tackles these questions, and more.

BOOK REVIEW | Uncaptured

When Mosilo Mothepu was appointed CEO of Trillian Financial Advisory, a subsidiary of Gupta-linked Trillian Capital Partners, in March 2016, the prospect of being at the helm of a black-owned financial consultancy was electrifying for a black woman whose twin passions were transformation and empowering women.

BOOK REVIEW | Precarious Power

What happens when a former liberation movement turned political party loses its dominance but survives because no opposition party is able to succeed it? The trends are established: South Africa’s African National Congress (ANC) is in decline. Its hegemony has been weakened, its legitimacy diluted.


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