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Business Networking is easy (Guest blog)

Business Networking is easy (Guest blog)

Business Networking is Easy! by Pam Viljoen   “How do you make networking look so easy?” When Melina asked me this question during the ‘I Work For Me’ podcast interview, my first thought was: do I make it look easy? Personally, I love networking. I love meeting new people, understanding their business and identifying opportunities…

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Finding my feet.

Finding my feet.

Finding my feet.   Feet have always been a big deal in my life. My parents owned a children’s shoe store for most of my childhood and I was privileged to wear some of the loveliest shoes (hence the shoe obsession) growing up. My father also insisted my brother and I have arch raisers in…

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School from home

School from home

School from home   As a parent of two primary school children, I am very happy to say that I have never had the calling to educate my children myself. I admire those who are brave enough to take their children’s education on personally, and I adore my children’s teachers for educating my two children,…

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Working from home (or at least trying)

Working from home (or at least trying)

Working from home (or at least trying)   I’ve worked from home for over 12 years now, which may seem long, but it isn’t, and it certainly has never been as hard as it is now, during the corona-crisis. For those of us who are self-employed or contractors, working from home often means working from…

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Sly as a Crocodile – Part 3 April 2020

Sly as a Crocodile – Part 3 April 2020

Sly as a Crocodile – Part 3   It was lonely and quiet in the house without his mother, and all the people who had seemed to constantly follow her around, seeking her attention, food or clothing. Rachel had also retired back to her village, leaving the kitchen sterile and empty. As a child, Eddie had…

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Sly as a Crocodile– Part 2 March 2020

Sly as a Crocodile– Part 2 March 2020

Sly as a Crocodile – Part 2   Eddie was born six months after his father’s unfortunate death, to the sad Mrs Morgan-White who mourned her husband daily since his parting. From the house which sat on a green mound of thick African grass, and looked through the baobab leaves to the banks of the thundering…

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Face of Libertalia Competition

Face of Libertalia Competition

Face of Libertalia Competition   What you can win: Each face of Libertalia will receive a R500 clothing voucher; R200 worth of airtime for three months (total of R600/airtime); signed copies of both books as well as the first editions of the soon to be released Libertalia Book 3; and exposure on my social media…

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Sly as a Crocodile– Part 1 February 2020

Sly as a Crocodile– Part 1 February 2020

Sly as a Crocodile – Part 1   On the banks of the Zambezi river, where the red earth leads to rushing water, that slithers past in winter, and roars past in summer, Edward Morgan-White lived. Edward, or rather, Eddie, as he had always been called by everyone, lived in the small hamlet of Victoria Falls…

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The secrets we keep – Part 4 December 2019: Bianca

The secrets we keep – Part 4 December 2019: Bianca

The secrets we keep – Part 4: Bianca   Crystal Hammond sat across from Detective Bianca Abrahams, in the police woman’s small office, her table covered in green and beige files. Crystal’s large blue eyes were fixed on Bianca, expectant. “Thank you for coming in to see me Ms Hammond” said Bianca, “We’ve been trying to…

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