Are you the prob­lem or the solution?

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for so­lu­tions. Uplift those seek­ing so­lu­tions. En­cour­age those try­ing to find last­ing so­lu­tions. Be the agent of pos­i­tive change that is in­fec­tious for an ex­cel­lent fu­ture.

A quick test is to check if you are part of the solution and if not then you are the big prob­lem in the equa­tion. There­fore you need to change your ways. We have no­ticed peo­ple al­ways blame ev­ery­one else but them­selves. The log in my eye is al­ways smaller than my neigh­bour’s. It then cre­ates chal­lenges as ev­ery­thing is right but how can we all be right when things are go­ing south­wards.

The big­gest change in the world be­gins with you. That is the most vi­tal trans­for­ma­tion that the com­mu­nity needs. Once that is achieved then we start ask­ing for the rest of the world to change as well.

And ac­cept­ing our short­falls is the be­gin­ning of seek­ing so­lu­tions to any pre­vail­ing chal­lenges that we could be ex­pe­ri­enc­ing. A prob­lem is half solved from you. So, ac­knowl­edg­ing its ex­is­tence and at times recog­nis­ing that you are the ma­jor stum­bling block in the chain is vi­tal.

We are as strong as our weak­est link. It takes a real man/woman to iden­tify their weak­ness and rem­edy ac­cord­ingly.

It’s about ask­ing the man in the mir­ror to take stock about his do­ings, to change his ways, to sim­u­late the strate­gic im­por­tance of­fer­ing so­lu­tions and stop the pass­ing on the buck ap­proach to pro­vid­ing so­lu­tions. Re­demp­tion lies in­side each and ev­ery­one of us but only if we can be hon­est as to where the prob­lem lies and be happy to rem­edy.

Ev­ery­one has a part to play to­day, to­mor­row and be­yond as we nur­ture our com­mu­ni­ties to find last­ing so­lu­tions through trans­for­ma­tional lead­er­ship. Lead­ers have flaws but you don’t want cap­tains of in­dus­try to be part of the eco­nomic headaches.

The choice is in our hands be the solution or be the peren­nial chal­lenge that is ret­ro­gres­sive to the detri­ment of our eco­nomic space. Right now we need more of the lat­ter as we trot pre­car­i­ously to­wards fi­nan­cial eman­ci­pa­tion in a ruth­less and very com­pet­i­tive global vil­lage.

Money Trans­fer Fa­cil­ity MoB Cap­i­tal in part­ner­ship with Ex­press Fi­nan­cial Ser­vices Ltd now of­fers money trans­fer ser­vices to the fol­low­ing coun­tries United King­dom, Botswana, Gam­bia, Tan­za­nia, Swazi­land, Zam­bia, Swazi­land, Nige­ria, USA, Mozam­bique, Malawi, Kenya, Ghana .

You can now send or re­ceive money from these coun­tries through MoB Cap­i­tal of­fices as a same day ser­vice. The ser­vice has lever­age on com­pet­i­tive ex­change rates lower charges thus value for your money re­li­able, ef­fi­cient, safe and se­cure money trans­fer

bank de­posit/Trans­fer to all Banks in all send coun­tries

mo­bile money pay­ment –Eco­cash Bank trans­fer/de­posits to our accounts For Repub­lic of South Africa Uni­ver­si­ties you can do all your tu­ition fees pay­ments through the MoB Cap­i­tal of­fices.

This is in line with MoB Cap­i­tal ap­proach of one stop shop for fi­nan­cial so­lu­tions as we ex­plore dream dis­cover fi­nan­cial free­dom through fi­nan­cial in­clu­sion.

IF YOU LIVE IN BYO PLEASE CON­SERVE WA­TER IF YOU LIVE IN ZIM­BABWE PLEASE USE ELEC­TRIC­ITY SPAR­INGLY: SOS (SWITCH OFF SWITCHES) IF YOU LIVE ON PLANET EARTH PLEASE PRE­SERVE THE EN­VI­RON­MENT

Mor­ris Mpala is the man­ag­ing di­rec­tor of MoB Cap­i­tal, a Bu­l­awayo head­quar­tered mi­cro-fi­nance in­sti­tu­tion with foot­print across the coun­try.

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