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Herman Najoli, caught at work

Caught At Work

This snap was taken while I was in the midst of unleashing my creativity and unloading some epic flows onto one of my blogs. It can be used as a headshot for any engagements. I’ve actually used it for one of the articles I wrote for a local newspaper. I’ll add a link to the newspaper article here once it is posted online.

Leader as a smiler

Leader as a smiler

This picture makes me think of Leadership. This is largely because we become so serious in leadership positions that we even forget that we can smile! I’ve seen many leaders trudge along in the battle of leadership, forgetting that it’s more about who you are rather than what you do. Titles don’t make a man. It’s the man who makes the title.

Calm Readiness

Calm Readiness

This image brought out for me a picture of calm readiness. Life has a tendency to surprise us with its twists and turns. It’s like the flow of a river. You never know what’s coming around the next turn as it meanders its way down the valley. What we need is to constantly be in a state of calm readiness – no panicking, it’s all under control. It takes a level-head and a sense of ‘faith’ to embrace such an attitude about life.

The World Needs You!

The World Needs You!

That’s the message that every single human being needs to hear. Global impact isn’t a birthright for any one particular person, group, ethnicity, race, profession or class of persons. We all have a story to tell that fits so beautifully in the mosaic of the human experience. Without you the world will be robbed of some aspect of its full potential. “Your playing small does not serve the world. There’s nothing enlightened about shrinking so that other people won’t feel insecure around you. We are all meant to shine, as children do.” (Quote from Marianne Williamson).

The Pathfinder Attitude

The Pathfinder Attitude

How do we find our true footing in a world where our intentions are so easily derailed by society’s limitations? How do you move the world when all you have for a lever is a tiny toothpick and your fulcrum is a grain of sand (Hello Archimedes?). How does an immigrant leave his country and establish a new life of purpose in a different country? Where does a warrior get the courage to venture into a bush that’s never been tamed to hunt for game? Is there a threshold beyond which the impossible becomes possible?

 

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