Tennetwork
Family, generational wealth and aligning visions
The warm home of the Gunguluza’s is a welcoming backdrop. The family maintains a balance of love and business, which, as they admit, is not an easy one to strike. Lebo and Jojo Gunguluza sit down with Thriving Magazine to talk business, family and the pros and cons that come with this interesting yet ideal system. The warm home of the Gunguluza’s is a welcoming backdrop. The family maintains a balance of love and business, which, as they admit, is not an easy one to strike. Lebo and Jojo Gunguluza sit down with Thriving Magazine to talk business, family and the pros and cons that come with this interesting yet ideal system.
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11/19/2018
Slikour OnLife: A calling
Siyabonga Metane, fondly known as Slikour in his home of South Africa, spent his childhood in Katlehong, and teen years in Leondale. He describes his love for hip hop as incidental. “Growing up as a black kid, I just hadn’t seen black people look the way black people in hip hop look or speak with such conviction. That pulled me into hip hop because that’s when hip hop was very politically driven and conscious,” he shares. Siyabonga Metane, fondly known as Slikour in his home of South Africa, spent his childhood in Katlehong, and teen years in Leondale. He describes his love for hip hop as incidental. “Growing up as a black kid, I just hadn’t seen black people look the way black people in hip hop look or speak with such conviction. That pulled me into hip hop because that’s when hip hop was very politically driven and conscious,” he shares.
11/19/2018
From side-hustle to full-hustle
Entrepreneurs know that to achieve great things they must be willing to suffer for it. That what we want is on the other side of perseverance and determination. I managed to successfully reinvent myself and turn what I love to do in to a full-time. In this short article I want to outline five things for you to consider on your journey from side-hustle to full-time hustle. Today, I am a full-time speaker and high-performance coach. It took me 7 years to get here.