THE LIT­TLE BLACK BOOK

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BUSI­NESS TIP: You don’t need a busi­ness de­gree, and some­times you’re bet­ter off with­out one. It means you can solve prob­lems in your own unique way.

MEN­TOR: Tracey Web­ster, CEO of En­ter­pris­e­room. We talk a lot. My first men­tor was the CEO of the ar­chi­tec­tural firm I worked for.

FAVOURITE BOOK: The Lit­tle Prince by An­toine de Sain­tEx­upéry. Its cen­tral mes­sage is about not com­par­ing your­self to oth­ers.

IN­SPI­RA­TION: The mil­lions of South African women who are the bread­win­ners while they raise their own chil­dren with­out help.

WOW! MO­MENT: Re­al­is­ing that many of my vi­sions have be­come re­al­ity. The uni­verse does de­liver what you put out to it.

LIFE LES­SON: Un­der­stand­ing how and when to say no. If you say yes to ev­ery­thing, there’s lit­tle left to re­plen­ish your core be­ing.

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