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Service Leadership

Posted on Mon August 28, 2017.

This blog forms part of a number of short stories where wilderness experiences can be found. It serves to remind us that observing natures solutions brings us forward and inspires us every day.

Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela showed us how leadership is best done. This is proven to be by far the most effective way to motivate others around us on the long term. He was leading by giving space to let team members shine and grow individually. He was focused on creating a stronger team.

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Create through your best Wilderness Experience

Posted on Sun April 2, 2017.

This blog forms part of a number of short stories where wilderness experiences can be found and it serves us to remind ourselves that having good daily habits pay off.

It can be extremely helpful to start your day differently by taking out a few moments and have a “CEO meeting” with your self and choose how you want to feel when you start your day.

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Dreams are Obligations

Posted on Fri September 9, 2016.

As I was driving and walking around last weeks in this special part of South Africa, the Makalali Private Game Reserve, I went back in my memories about 10 years ago and how it felt for me working as a guide and tracking White Rhino’s one morning with my tracker Wise Mkansi. ....

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Meditation on Safari!

Posted on Tue August 30, 2016.

Regular Meditation is the necessary exercise to keep your mind fit and healthy just like going regular to the Gym keeps your muscles and body fit and healthy!

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Community ownership of Wilderness

Posted on Mon August 1, 2016.

Together with the Stanford University Seminar Participants we made time during our Safari to talk to Jerimiah Machavi, who works at the People and Conservation Department at Kruger National Park, Orpen Gate.

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