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Persistency & Consistency; Keys to Success!

If you were to cook a meal called “success”, persistency and consistency would undisputedly be key ingredients. A street definition of Persistence is “the hard work you do after the hard work you have already done”. In business, persistence is exhibited in the sweat you put in … Continue reading

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Unravelling 5 Servant Leadership Keys in the Easter Story

 While Easter has become so commercialised to be synonymous with Easter eggs and Easter bunnies, my definition for Easter is man being reformed back to his original state in which he was formed before he got deformed by sin so … Continue reading

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Is Your Service Honourable?

  Is Your Service Honourable? “Talent is too much idolized, and station too much coveted. There are too many who will do nothing unless they are recognized as leaders; too many who must receive praise, or they have no interest … Continue reading

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Talentism-Have You Caught The Wave?

I had the priviledge of being the Mistress of Ceremony (MC) at the Government, Local Authorities and Business Customer Service Conference which was hosted by the Contact Centre Association of Zimbabwe. Among the presenters from South Africa, Portugal and Zimbabwe; … Continue reading

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HIFA – What Artifact Is Your Service?

Music, poetry, theatre, pottery, beadwork, sculpture, painting, you name it , characterises the ever colourful Harare International Festival of the Arts (HIFA) extravaganza. I decided to treat my eyes to this spectacular event and experience what the Zimbabwean and International … Continue reading

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A Call To Serve

Welcome to Called Serve. Many people who have patronized one or more organizations would agree that they do not always come out the door with a wide smile. It may seem as if the people in that organization are paid to raise … Continue reading

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