Question: Tell us about your occupation? Q: What inspires you? Q: What would you still like to achieve in your life? Q: If you had to be the mayor for a day, what would you do? Q: What do family and friends mean to you? Q: What do you believe can be done
Answer: I am an aerobics instructor helps people improve their general fitness or training for special events through individual programmes or classes.
A: No matter the time, the class shows up. No matter what happened at work, what drama they had with their significant other or how stressful their day has been, they still show up. Their effort is inspiring.
I often see a student getting into a pose they never thought they could or coming back from injury when they thought it was next to impossible.
The expression on their faces and the feeling and energy that surrounds them is something I can hold on to. Those are the moments I remember why I teach and it ignites inspiration. A: I want to achieve perfection in all the skills I have.
A: I would ensure basic service delivery. Residents only want jobs, electricity, water and for all the potholes to be fixed. A: Family means the ones who will be beside me no matter what happens, the most loved ones. The friends love me when I am strong and effective and dislike me when I am weak and ineffective.
Actually, some good friends also count as family according to this description. Family are the people who stay beside me even in the toughest of times and the worst of the worst times.
A: Ways must be found to shift the labour market to be more friendly. One option is “impact sourcing”.
This involves employers being encouraged to review their recruitment criteria to reach candidates who might not normally be seen as employable.
A: Young people may easily be overwhelmed by modern-day pressures. They could get frustrated. The greatest message I can give to young people is that they always have a choice and you can always do something to change a situation.
A: Yes. Our country bred a man who was not only responsible for changing the history of our own country, but of the world as well. Nothing says proudly South African more than the memory of this iconic hero, the late Nelson Mandela.