He Taught Me Leadership: Mubarak Adetunji

The first time I met him was in March 2015, and at that time he was remarkable in an unremarkable way; he was a chubby little boy with a curious dress sense and an eagerness to stand out. We later joked about his checkered shirt and tie combo on his first visit to South Africa…

In The End

You hate to fail. You cannot stand the pain of disappointment. You work very hard and push yourself to the farthest limits, because you’ve tasted victory once in life, and you want that same taste over and over again. You have the best work ethic anyone can aspire to, and your incredible skills are designed…

On The Other Side

The grass is greener on the other side – I’ve heard this statement proven and debunked time and again. When you’re going through hard times, you can readily look back on where you were and where you could have been if you hadn’t made that ‘wrong’ move, or if you hadn’t listened to that person….