Learn to love to learn

Posted by | 27/08/2021
No Chilli. No Garlic. No Point. | #MyFridayStory No. 203

I’ve grown up around people that taught me how to cook. Two of my great loves are reading and learning. Great instructors throughout my life that taught me to challenge...

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Posted by | 28/05/2021
Free Mentor Inside! | #MyFridayStory No. 190

Who do you wish could be your lifelong mentor? Imagine growing up privileged to have Mozart as your music tutor; Albert Einstein helped with your science and maths homework; Leonardo...

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Posted by | 20/11/2020
Finishing Strong | #MyFridayStory No. 163

My Brother died last Monday morning after a brief ugly fight with Cancer. He was born in 1952. My little sister was born 3 years later but fell ill and...

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Posted by | 06/11/2020
Is it Worth the Trouble? | #MyFridayStory No. 161

You will rarely catch me watching TV, reading fiction, or chewing bubble-gum. They don’t seem worth the trouble. Most things in life that need effort are worth the trouble. I enjoy...

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Posted by | 09/10/2020
What I Lost in Pursuit of Happiness – Part 1 | #MyFridayStory No. 157

“Striving to find meaning in one’s life is the primary motivational force in man” (Viktor Frankl 1992) The title could have been, “What I gained in pursuit of happiness” but for me, the essence lies...

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Posted by | 11/05/2018
A Book Rack of Lessons | #MyFridayStory No. 31

I believe life is about learning. If we can teach our children, ‘To learn, to love, to learn,’ we will achieve greatness. Growing up from a young age, I loved reading -...

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Posted by | 06/04/2018
Our Idiot Brain | #MyFridayStory No. 26

I am fascinated by how fickle our brain is. Through a passion for all things marketing, I have been down a few rabbit-holes in the search for new and interesting...

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Posted by | 23/03/2018
The Future of Reading | #MyFridayStory No. 24

The best way to fast track progress, is through reading. Reading is a right that should be fiercely encouraged, especially with our children. It is accepted as a means of...

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Posted by | 24/11/2017
Declare Yourself | #MyFridayStory No. 7

Most of us know someone or have a friend who, after enjoying a meal or drinks together, when the bill is presented, their money and credit cards are at home....

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