Matshona Dhliwayo

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Matshona Dhliwayo is a Canadian based Philosopher, Entrepreneur, and author of books such as The Little Book of Inspiration, Creativity, The Book, 50 Lessons Every Wise Mother Teaches Her Son, 100 Lessons Every Great Man Wants You to Know, and Lalibela's Wise Man. He is a regular contributor for the African Leadership Magazine and other internationally renowned magazines.

Top 10 Rules of Success

Do what you love.  When you do what you love, you are willing to show up to work, even if no one pays you;...

10 Things You Must Do to Achieve Your Highest Potential

Read good books. We come into the world full of potential, but virtually void of wisdom.  To fulfill your potential, you are going...

8 Leadership Skills that Cannot Be Taught

“Everyone wants to be one, but not everyone is born to be one,” my accomplished uncle would boast, stroking his own ego.  But, if...

7 Reasons Why You Should Not Give Up on Your Dreams

“Dream all you will, dare all you can, and do all you must.”  ~ Matshona Dhliwayo “What do you want to be when you grow...

7 Reasons Why Women Make Better Leaders

Throughout history, important leadership roles have largely been held by men.  Women have come a long way, but they still have far to go...

15 Facts You Need to Know about Leadership

Leaders are made, not born. What you do teaches your subordinates more than what you say. When everyone is planting apples, plant oranges. ...

8 Reasons You Should Do Work You Love

Self-fulfillment. More important than money, fame, and power is self-fulfillment.  If you love painting, you will never be fulfilled doing something else, even...

8 Proven Steps to Starting a Revolution

Do you have a yearning to make things better?  A burning desire to change the world and make it a better place?  Do you...

7 Outrageous Things Every Leader Should Do

Much has been written on what leaders should and shouldn’t do.  Having read almost every notable article on the topic, the natural question for...

8 Leadership Skills that Cannot Be Taught

“Everyone wants to be one, but not everyone is born to be one,” my accomplished uncle would boast, stroking his own ego.  But, if...