Month: June 2018

My Reflections on Robin Sharma’s The Monk Who Sold his Ferrari

This is one of the books that has helped me improve on a number things this year like reading, listening, leadership and intentionally investing in the development of all aspects of my life. I found the lessons to be rich and practical for every person. I came across this book at a Bookshop in Lilongwe, Malawi. They were two books, one by Robin Sharma-The Monk Who sold his Ferrari, and the other was about the story of Bill Gates and Microsoft and only had money for one book. Robin Sharma’s book [...]

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Reflections on John C Maxwell’s, 17 Indisputable Laws of Teamwork -Part 4

In this final blog, on my reflections on the 17 Indisputable laws of teamwork, I cover the laws of the price tag, the scoreboard, the bench, identity, communication, edge, the morale, and the dividends. As I did in the other blogs, I will be using examples from my experiences to reflect on the laws. Again, if you need a deeper understanding, I will encourage to get a copy and read for yourself. The law of the Price Tag Success and failure have a price. The success or failure come at a price that [...]

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Reflections on John C Maxwell’s, 17 Indisputable Laws of Teamwork -Part 3

In the first second blog, I covered three laws of teamwork as discussed by John C. Maxwell in his book the 17 Indisputable laws of teamwork. I discussed the laws of Mount Everest, the chain and the catalyst. In this blog, I discuss the law of the compass, the bad apple and countability. As I did in the first and second blog, I will be using examples from my experiences to reflect on the laws. Again, if you need a deeper understanding, I will encourage to get a copy and read for yourself. The law [...]

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Reflections on John C Maxwell’s, 17 Indisputable Laws of Team work -Part 2

In the first blog, I covered three laws of team work as discussed by John C. Maxwell in his book the 17 Indisputable laws of teamwork. I discussed the laws of significance, big picture and the niche. In this blog, I discuss the laws of mount Everest, the chain and the catalyst. As I did in the first blog, I will be using examples from my experiences to reflect on the laws. Again, if you need a deeper understanding, I will encourage to get a copy and read for yourself. The law of Mount Everest In [...]

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Reflections on John C Maxwell’s, 17 Indisputable Laws of Team work -Part 1

I have been working with teams since my primary school days. From football teams in Chirimba, Blantyre, Malawi to a Multinational Chevening Debate team in London, United Kingdom. I have worked in multicultural teams and managing the team dynamics is one thing I am yet to master. Working with teams composed of people from different countries, continents, religion etc. you get to learn a great deal about how to manage team dynamics. You learn never to take anything for granted. When, I saw a book [...]

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