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Through the Eyes of Love – Pelokazi Nyati review by Goodnews Cadogan 2013

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“Love is the centre piece of relationship-building. I believe that leaders do not stand a chance of leading their followers, if they do not actively love them; neither will they choose to follow them, if they don’t love their leader. As Pelokazi (a leader in her own right) shares her narrative on love, she touches on a subject close to my heart, for the adjacent aspect of relationships is EMBRACE. I challenge both followers and leaders (interchangeable and dynamic positions) to embrace each other for the sake of the context in which they find each other, to allow for collaboration, rather than coercion… read more

The Power of the Subconscious Mind – Joseph Murphy

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Goodnews Cadogan, a director at the Village Leadership Consulting reflects on the book: “The Power of Your Subconscious Mind” by Joseph Murphy.

“How we translate our thoughts into action and how things are dropped into our subconscious minds and controls us, directs our behaviour. Understanding how this works is the most powerfol tool to selfempowerment because by changing the way you think changes the way you behave.  After having read this book, says Goodnews, our actions are less likely to be rampant, but always predictable because we will be able to go back to the source as part of the reflection process – we will be able to trace back to the contents of our subconsious mind so that we can change our behaviour.  As any domain of knowledge dictates, if you don’t know the critical variables that govern the domain, you will not have a good understanding over it and success in it. The world of human behaviour has ways and principles of how it works. In my opinion, the book lays down all these principles to understand all these principles. I read the book because I am in the business of understanding and working with people.’’

The bestseller by a preeminent teacher of the New Thought movement now revised and expanded with never-be

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