Self-Improvement

#52MeditationsForEntrepreneurs

52 EPISODES | RAIZOR'S EDGE |  Podcast, ±4 min episode every 6 days
It is a widely held myth that when one achieves entrepreneurial success, it becomes easier to be an entrepreneur. This is not true. It is always challenging to be an entrepreneur. As one grows more successful, it is just the nature of the challenge that changes. This podcast series and its accompanying book of 52 individual meditations seeks to assist entrepreneurs to keep focused and motivated throughout the journey.

#HereForTheReady stories brought to you by Absa.

0 EPISODES | ULTIMATE MEDIA |  Series
The first #HereForTheReady story is about Sandisiwe Mboxo who lived in Mdantsane. Listen how she used Absa's upskill initiatives to remake her world.

You can listen to this story in your choice of English, isiZulu and SeSotho.

The HereForTheReady stories are brought to you by Absa and to get them all as they release, subscribe now.

Learn more about this initiative at absa.africa/ReadyToUpskill

#NWUStudentWellbeing

12 EPISODES | PUKFM 93.6 |  Podcast, ±6 min episode every 1 week
Student Counselling and Development (SCD) are launching a #NWUStudentWellbeing Project.

Each week SCD will cover a different student wellbeing theme and the project will include the use of: Podcasts, Webinars, Info-graphics, Quizzes, Q&A, and Stories.

WHAT YOU NEED TO DO?
1 Follow SCD and PUKfm on all the various Social media platforms (Instagram: @nwuscd and @pukfm936) (Facebook: PUKfm 93.6 and NWUSCD)
2 Check weekly on Social Media/eFundi what SCD is doing that week
3. Complete the ‘Ask us anything about the theme’ survey: https://forms.gle/eVYmNFUjtJZH7kyG9
4. Share the love for SCD/PUKfm by sharing our pages and your story and use the tag: #nwuscd and #pukfm936

We look forward to seeing you sharing the love and stories and joining in on the project

"Nothing for students without students"

#StopToStart with Absa

5 EPISODES | CLIFFCENTRAL.COM |  Podcast, ±11 min episode every day
Many South Africans have a loved one whose life has been impacted by sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) – making it a cause close to our hearts. The spate of senseless killings that dominated headlines and led to the countrywide #EnoughisEnough, #AmINext? marches, while tragic, have also had a positive outcome: raising much-needed awareness and changing the very conversation surrounding this social ill.

More and more, the conversation shifted from what girls and women could do to avoid becoming victims of this violence to how we as South Africans could collectively do to equip boys to become better men. It became widely acknowledged that we all have a role to play in empowering young men and turning their possibilities into action as the future leaders of our country.

#StopToStart is the evolution of Absa’s commitment to being an active part of the solution in the fight against gender-based violence in our country. The first step in this journey was the bank’s #StopToStart platform, which drove awareness and got South Africans to take notice of gender-based violence issues.

More than 1000 young men and their teachers were positively impacted by this initiative, proving again that Absa is a purpose-led organisation that brings possibilities of their customers and the communities where they operate, to life.

Gareth Cliff spoke to key stakeholders at the Soweto-leg of the activation to find out more about this initiative.

A word from the king

10 EPISODES | KING PRICE INSURANCE |  Series, ±6 min episode total time 1 hr 04 min
What do boats, diffusion, and breakfast possibly have to do with culture? A whole lot, according to King Price’s culture expert, Marno Boshoff!

Welcome to the ‘A word from the king’ podcast. Here, we explore the many facets of workplace culture in light of King Price’s 1-of-a-kind culture model. Learn how to balance culture and strategy, make the switch from ‘have to’ to ‘want to’, and intentionally design a company culture that inspires and motivates everyone who walks through your business’ doors.

AHoch3 - Achtsamkeit, Aroma und Atmung

76 EPISODES | ACHTSAMKEIT, AROMA, ATMUNG MIT KATJA OTTER |  Podcast, ±13 min episode every 1 week, 3 days
Mit dem Podcast A³ möchte ich gerne mit so vielen Menschen wie nur möglich meine Begeisterung für Achtsamkeit, ätherische Öle und Atemtechniken teilen. Denn diese drei As können so viel bewirken und uns helfen, mehr im Hier und Jetzt zu leben, mit unserer wahren Essenz in Verbindung zu bleiben und ein erfülltes und zufriedenes Leben zu führen. Hole Dir mit diesem Podcast regelmäßige Inspirationen und wertvolle Informationen, wie Du diese drei As ganz leicht in Deinen Alltag integrieren kannst. Bei A³ bekommst Du Meditationen, Atemübungen, Informationen über ätherische Öle und deren Anwendungsmöglichkeiten und Achtsamkeitsübungen vermittelt. Be mindful, be present, be inspired, be YOU!

Advice 4 Success

1 EPISODES | KOVSIEFM |  Podcast
Transitioning from school to tertiary teaching and learning is a daunting and scary reality for most first-year students. Academic performance at the university level differs greatly from what you have been used to during your secondary school career. Transitioning between academic years can sometimes also be challenging. The result is high levels of anxiety and stress. We understand!
At Kovsies, your access to success is very important to us, and we really care. The academic advice service is a key partner in your tertiary studies.

The faculties, in collaboration with the Centre for Teaching and Learning, have dedicated academic advisers to help you better understand how your academic aspirations connect with your dream job.

Afro-Brain Stor(e)ying Po(t)cast

3 EPISODES | SIBUSISO "VONDER" FIHLANI |  Podcast, ±24 min episode every 16 hours
Africa-Brain Stor(e)ying Po(t)cast aims at highlighting and achieving brain and mental health stories about initiatives by players in the mental health space in the African continent with a special focus on African indigenous knowledge and storytelling.

This will be done by inviting different guests to conversations about mental health issues and initiatives by communities and experts in the field of brain and mental health.

This initiative forms part of Africa Brain Health Network which is a group of Africans across the Atlantic programs who are passionate about mental health and brain health on the continent. The group aims to develop a Pan-African vision of brain health, focusing on health, not just disease management, and recognizing the cross-continental knowledge resources available. These include indigenous social structures that support the well-being of community members. These structures are often erased without critical inspection of the roles they play in supporting health and wellbeing. The network is also passionate about building a community of care for our members so they are able to do their work in connection.

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