Timothy Maurice sits down with Martial Arts teacher Warren Ho to unpack the power of connecting your mind and body, and why gaining mastery over your body can transform how you lead and navigate in society.

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In this conversation, Gareth Cliff interviews Sazini Mojapelo, Managing Executive: Absa Corporate Citizenship and Community Investments on the impact of #StopToStart. Brought to you by Absa.

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Jenny Moore - GM Brand, Design & Group Functions Marketing at Absa - explains how #StopToStart is one of Absa’s priorities in playing a role in putting the basic building blocks in place to ensure that young South Africans have the opportunity to reimagine their futures. Brought to you by Absa.

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What can we as South Africans do to equip boys to become better men? Gareth Cliff interviews David Wingfield, Managing Executive: Group Brand & Marketing, about why it was important for Absa to be a part of this cause. Brought to you by Absa.

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Kahn unpacks his association with education and how he views the notion of learning as a lifetime experience. His story about why he decided to do his MBA was pure serendipity. We talk about the similarity between education and the songwriting process. As a family man, Kahn is now making decisions from a different perspective, and it has altered his view on life in general. A naturally inquisitive mind, he is enthralled by science and history in general... the mind of Kahn was truly great to meet. Brought to you by Henley Business School.

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17.02.20 Pt 2 - If you have a baby, be careful which camera lady you get. The kidnapping photographer is on the loose. The price of American wine is dropping, it's business 101... supply and demand and all that ‘ey. A South African student who was thought to be dead has been found in a Chinese prison. The Bachelor SA is back, and things are getting catty with the ladies already. FW de Klerk made some comments about apartheid and it’s made news headlines. If you need some cash, find the missing white 4x4 Lamborghini and you will be minted! And we meet the mind of Khan Morbee as he unpacks his Henley MBA journey so far.

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Timothy Maurice interviews two leading entrepreneurs in America who come from vastly different backgrounds and eras, but both built multi-million dollar businesses after overcoming extreme odds. In this first episode, you’ll meet Joe Dudley Sr., the iconic 82-year-old entrepreneur who became a household name in America for building a black haircare products business (he was even interviewed in Chris Rock’s movie, Good Hair). Dudley shares his passion and conviction, and why he refused to sell his business for millions of dollars... opting to stay focused on ensuring the business continues to stay focused on empowering others.

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What does a man who has done it all in the entertainment industry do to stay driven? Loyiso unpacks what it’s like to be the man who picks the content for TBN... talk about pressure. What pushed him to do an MBA at Henley? Where do business and the arts intersect, and is it important to know this information? The MBA has been known as a 'divorce course', but Loyiso has managed to hang on to his wife of 8 years. Plus we get an exclusive into the title of his thesis. Brought to you by Henley Business School.

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04.02.20 Pt 2 - Is there value in paying extra for your kids to get into university? Shut down social media for a year and let’s see who has a real job. Gareth relives his 90s days of watching Baywatch. Speaking of Baywatch, Pamela Anderson got married for 12 days, maybe 5th time isn’t a charm. There’s a hero settling people’s debts anonymously. Michael Settas then joins us to talk healthcare for the public of South Africa.

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We meet the mind of investigative journalist Pauli Van Wyk. The risk of exposing the underbelly of stories linked to VBS, the ANC and the EFF doesn’t make life comfortable, but she has never hidden from the responsibility of bringing justice to the fore. Can journalism survive in its current model? Pauli gives her thoughts. A self-confessed "real African", and clearly a tremendous mind, the MBA at Henley is the next chapter in what is sure to be an evolution into something amazing which will help her continue to lead the fight for the marginalised citizens of South Africa. Brought to you by Henley Business School.

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