THE GREATEST STORY IS THE ADVENTURE YOU DIDN’T EXPECT
A funny, heartfelt adventure of selfies, surprises and self-realisation that will inspire and and delight you. Discover how change can occur at the most unexpected times and in the most unexpected ways and how a disciplined, successful, corporate CEO ended up having an uninhibited, life-altering grand adventure in a country of chili and chai.
Experience the light and colour of Diwali and Holi celebrations and marvel at the vibrant history, architecture and culinary delights of India. An enlightening and uplifting celebration of the bonds of friendship and life in all its diversity.
This profusely illustrated children's book is about self-belief. It tells the story of an ordinary family discovering their super powers. Join Precious, the young daughter, on her journey as she stumbles and falls, conquers her fears, finds courage, and discovers the superhero that has always been inside her.
‘This story serves,’ the author’s dedication says, ‘as a tool to introduce the concept of positive affirmations to children. This will develop their courage and boost their self-confidence with the aim of bringing forth the greatness which they are destined for. As you read the story to children, you are reminded of this invaluable tool.’ What’s this tool? Every morning, say to yourself: ‘I am strong, I am capable, I am enough, I can do anything with the power in inside.’
This book delivers a simple fresh, and non-prescriptive approach to self-discovery, self-improvement and sefl-development. Discover the importance of defining your identity, your core values and your life's purpose. Arm yourself with the insights and the tools needed to make these discoveries. Find a dynamic framework to help you plan your life for success and happiness - and prosperity.
An accounts executive, Michael, travels to Greece, as the ideal location to translate a nineteenth-Century diary written by a French archaeologist. Unbeknown to him, the Aegean islands have recently experienced a horrific crime. During the theft of five ancient statues from the sacred island of Delos, fourteen archaeologists were murdered.
As a consortium of international agents carry out their investigation into the stolen statues, Michael finds himself an innocent participant, not only in their enthralling investigation but also in a kidnapping. It is a world that is foreign to him; a world fraught with intrigue and deception.
A autobiography of a veteran politician and a girl, who takes you on a journey from small town life in a southern African colonial city to serving as a Member of the South African Parliament for 20 years, reinventing herself along the way to be fit for purpose.
This is a conversation about how life and politics relate to ones beliefs and vice-versa but it is also a call to people everywhere to choose hope and reject fear.
Television came late to apartheid South Africa. By the early 1980s the state-owned broadcaster was ready to expand the network to include the black majority. There were sound economic and propagandist reasons for this. Msibi was among those recruited to be trained as technicians, journalists, and cameramen. The irony was that this enterprise coincided with the sustained popular uprising that finally led to the end of white minority rule. So the new generation of black television journalists went back into their own townships and ‘homelands’ to record, like no-one else could, the rising resentment and the reciprocal repressions that characterised large swathes of the country in the 1980s and early 1990s.