Timothy Maurice explores why the brain wants to move forward towards pleasure, and how to get people moving towards your goal - as well as your brand.

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Listen in on talks about careers of passion and talent vs careers of stability and academia. Weza Matomane talks to Liz Ogumbo-Regisford - who lives by a really cool Nigerian proverb, pageant queen Odirile Sepeng - the new Miss Mamelodi Sundowns GP princess, and loyal listener of our show and Industrial Engineer, Neo Motshologane.

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Siya reflects on his brief sporting career, and Mabz confirms how your personal trainer has to be good looking. The CliffCentral year end function happened last night with some awards being handed out. Mini Zuma's uncertain future, Joburg's potential water disaster, people failing with public grooming, Thanksgiving and then into the news, sport and positivity from the team.

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Brent and Kerri catch up on all the good things happening in and around SA, and welcome Afro rock duo Stones and Bones in to studio to find out what they are doing to diversify different genres of music and put a new fresh spin on entertainment.

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Timothy Maurice explores how who you follow can impact perception. He shares some data from a few high-profile social media accounts... you make the call of how who they follow says something about them.

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Paralysed from his chest down after an accident that crushed his spinal cord, doctors told him he had a 10% chance of ever walking again. Ten years later he became the only South African to finish the 2017 Dakar Rally on a motorbike. Sunil Osman stands in for Dene Botha and chats to Joey about his inspirational journey.

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Rami and Romeo sit down with Neo Matsunyane to discuss the importance of talent diversification and not being stuck in a monotonous way of doing things... plus the importance of investing in education and re-inventing oneself. Neo Matsunyane is a South African actor, director, television presenter, voice over artist and accomplished scriptwriter.

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Are you in the right career? When is the right time to change your mind? Weza has a chat with Zanele Potelwa - runner-up of the Mzansi Insider Presenter Search - about switching from one career path to another... multiple times! Zanele is a small town girl making moves in the big city of dreams, and a good representation of the Tribe of Superstar leaders.

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International artist Jarid Williams - who has worked with the likes of Babyface and sang the National Anthem in front of 50 million people at the Nascar rally - joins Candice and Tumisho. They also speak about Candice's talk at the Diversity Intelligence Conference.

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The comfort zone is a nice enough place… pity nothing exciting ever happens there. So do something that scares you and gets your heart pumping! Dene Botha and his guest, Khanya Mkoto, discuss tackling your fears and taking steps towards reaching your full potential. Remember, a sheltered life is an unlived life.

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