Ever wondered what Gareth Cliff gets up to in his spare time? Well, in this episode he talks about his amazing book collection, and reveals just how much of a nerd he really is. He also shares some of the stories behind acquiring some of these books - many of which are signed by the authors. Brought to you by The South African Gold Coin Exchange (SAGCE) & The Scoin Shop.

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20.06.22 Pt 2 - Leigh-Ann and Gareth get into a discussion about people feeling entitled when it comes to their feelings in the workplace, and how they treat the organisations where they work as a therapy playground. Later, Gareth shares his old book collection, and some of the stories behind the books.

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This week, Maanda Tshifularo and Nqobile Ngcobo speak about the steps to a healthy organisation. They unpack the notion that 'an organisation is healthy when it is whole, consistent and complete, when its management, operations and culture are unified'. The conversation is anchored on the book, ‘The Advantage: Why Organizational Health Trumps Everything Else In Business’ by Patrick Lencioni. Brought to you by SuperLead.

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How does an Irish accountant become the CEO of South Africa’s largest chain of book stores? Reg chats to Grattan Kirk about the state of reading in the country, how book sales have been impacted by Covid-19, and the future of books in a digital world.

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John Hunt’s new novel, ‘You Never Really Know’, has been described as one that is “filled with warm humour and serves up a double shot of pathos as it moves from playful satire to true tragedy, whilst examining the inner workings of power.” He chats to Gareth about how life has been for him over the past year, and shares his writing process with us.

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06.01.21 Pt 2 - Is Twitter the best way to consume the news in the 21st Century? Everyone has become a medical expert during the outbreak of Covid-19, why are people not trusting the vaccine which is coming out? Why is it that rich people always have awful internet and no sense of how technology works? It turns out Cyril Ramaphosa has time to read while fighting a global pandemic.

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22.12.20 Pt 2 - The team believes that, as we get older, we begin to feel more and more like guests every time we visit our parents’ home - and they need to be more accommodating. It seems you can't get a fishing license just to tan on the beach. Tim Richman joins the team to discuss his new book “50 People Who F****d Up South Africa”.

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Can you fall in love with someone in two months? Are you able to love more than one person at a time? What if your intentions are pure, but you enter a reality show where it's all about ratings? Is the magic of television lost if you understand the tricks of the trade? Lee Thompson from 'The Bachelor' talks about his mental health struggles after being thrust into stardom, and being part of a contrived idea of what love is. He gives us "the truth behind the rose".

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When most people think about some of their earliest influences, a teacher is often on the list. Educator, leader and recent author of ’Fush - A Story of Pride, Respect and Leadership’, Shaun Fuchs chats to Gareth and the team. In the book, he writes about his life as a school rugby star, a soldier, a provincial powerlifter, a renowned waterpolo coach, a lifelong entrepreneur, a dynamic teacher, a beloved headmaster... and a gay man who came of age at a time when South African society was a lot more closed-minded than it is today.

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When cooking for health and wellness, the truth is that simplicity is king. Chantal Lascaris has just released her brand new book 'All Sorts of One-Dish Wonders'. Eating healthy doesn't mean sacrificing taste. One-dish wonders are possible for breakfast, lunch and supper... and best of all, no mess - just delicious healthy meals! The book is available online for download.

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