What is greater than time? When it is spent, the game’s over. We must, but progress to the next episode, wherever that may be. Of all the things we can do for our children, perhaps nothing is greater than planting a seed. Hidden in a seed, is the power to live again and multiply, even after dying, being written off, buried and trampled upon.

Teachers, parents, facilitators and would be mentors have a shot at being empowered to impart seeds that can leave forests of positive change in the entrepreneurial landscape, long after their time on earth is spent.

One such way of being empowered to make positive contributions is by attending information sessions/training such as the “Awaken the Giant in You” breakfast on Saturday, 19 August 2017 at The River Club from 09:00 to 11:30, or on 14 October 2017.

A seed imparts its own…

You cannot give what you don’t have. That’s why it is so critical to stay abreast of the latest advancements by networking with likeminded entrepreneurial people. You will also be able to hear from two sought-after speakers, namely Katlego Maphai (co-founder and CEO of Yoco) and Luvuyo Rani (Director of Silulo Ulutho Technologies). In acquiring knowledge, we enlighten self and the children who look up to us for guidance.

A seed multiplies

Nature teaches us that in a seed is multiplication. All that you need now, is in a seed – the very seed of an idea. Even that which you cannot give your children now, when planted as a seed can grow into a solid plantation.

The investments that you plant into our future leaders will not spring forth in the same way that it was planted, but can spring up so much bigger. For the cost of one meal (R75 to R150) to attend the empowering breakfast series; nations yet unborn can live off the benefits from raising up just one entrepreneurial giant in their midst.

Never underestimate your contributions into helping to lay the brickwork for future generations. The upcoming generations of entrepreneurial giants from the African soil within you will thank you for it.

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