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ARE YOU INSPIRED?
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THE 7 HABITS OF HIGHLY EFFECTIVE PEOPLE

THE CONCEPT
Consider the following concerns which may have plagued you or someone that you may know at some point:
Concern #1: I have become very successful at work and can honestly say that I am happy with my career achievements, but it has cost me my family and my friends and I no longer know my priorities. What do I do?
Concern #2: I am so busy all the time and yet at the end of the day or the week or the month or even the year, I am not sure that I have truly achieved much. How do I organize myself better and set priorities so that I work on what is most important and of value to me and to those around me?
These are some of the questions that can be answered with the application of the premises provided in the book The 7 Habits Of Highly .[..]

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A few weeks ago, I listened to a rendition of the famous Leonard Cohen song ‘Hallelujah’ by KD Lang, the Canadian Hall of Fame singer. I had not known much of Lang’s music when I came across her 2005 performance on ‘You Tube’. I love the song and until then, the versions by the popular tenors, Il Divo and the young British dynamo Alexander Burke had been my favourites.
Lang has a particular look, part-feminine, part masculine with an iconic dress style that is all her own. She presents a striking figure. On that day, she wore a midnight blue skirt suit and had made herself comfortable on stage, by kicking off her shoes. As she stood on the esteemed stage, [..]

 

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In our issue on Branding- Issue #16, we presented an image of Adolf Hitler alongside other current and historical individuals. This was an error on our part. By placing him alongside positive change makers we were seen to have condoned his many dastardly acts. This was not our intention. We apologize profusely for this lapse in judgement. History is and will always be clear on the evil that Adolf Hitler perpetuated. The Editor