Primo Baloyi is a social media superstar, known for his funny videos on TikTok, which have secured his position in the pop culture landscape. The team chats to him about his upbringing, what inspires him, and how he continuously stays on top of his content creation game.

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This week, Maanda and Nqobile unpack 'Deep Purpose: The Heart and Soul of High-Performance Companies' by Ranjay Gulati. They look at how purpose is a powerful driver of culture, providing a framework for consistent decision-making throughout an organisation, which ultimately helps sustain long-term financial returns for the company’s shareholders. Proudly sponsored by Hollard Life Solutions and SuperLead.

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08.07.22 Pt 1 - Feeling a bit down? Gareth shares some words that might leave you somewhat motivated. The comment section gives Ben some interesting names that he could use when running for president.

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"Following the Covid-19 pandemic, we now have a unique opportunity not to hanker after the ‘old’ nor the ‘new’, but to co-create and co-craft a ‘better normal'." Wise words from renowned leader, Professor Bonang Mohale. Watch another great edition of This Is Us, as the team chats to Bonang Mohale and he shares some insights from his new book, Behold The Turtle.

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Timothy shares a research conversation with Dr Amy Bucher, PhD about her book 'Engaged: Designing for Behaviour Change'. And they explore 5 key insights into behavioural psychology - Ability blockers, Designing for Growth, Connection, Change and Designing for your Future Self. Amy is VP of Behaviour Change Design at Mad Pow, a design agency in Boston, Massachusetts... which strives to improve health and wellness.

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05.11.21 Pt 2 - A man was eaten by piranhas after jumping into a lake to escape bees. How’s your day going? Then Gaven Sinclair, an extreme adventurer, joins the team to talk about his recent 1000km adventure run from Gqeberha to Cape Town.

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Timothy travels to Rome to hear from global entrepreneurs about how they have sacrificed and navigated entrepreneurship and leadership post the pandemic. This episode is designed to inspire you to consider your brand of leadership during these times.

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In this edition of #ThisIsUs, the team talk about the Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen’s 60 Minutes interview, and debate whether talking about the issues enough leads to action.

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Timothy shares a conversation with MIT Neuroscientist Dr Tara Swart, about the brain science behind the law of attraction, which is the basis of her latest book, The Source. This conversation will inspire you to use tools such as action boards to attract your heart’s desires.

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The team recap the Heritage Day weekend. They are then joined by Amy Gajar, an 18-year-old South African scholar. They discuss her passion about her country, and her opinion on what the adults in South Africa have or haven’t done!

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