Everyone has a problem one way or the other. But the difference is in what you do with yours.
You could be pressed from all sides but yet win.
You have got to decide from today to WIN through your challenges.
You have got to use a converter called FAITH IN GOD to win through.
Don’t again allow your problems or circumstances to use you; that’s an error. Your problem has given you a strong story that must be told. You are an author of unwritten stories and the world is waiting to read and hear you.
Whatever are you dealing with now; You can over come! Yes you can win! I’m positive. No more death. Come ALIVE!
#repost from @khanyidhlomo one of South Africa’s Champion People - read her message on the really sad news of the closure of @_ndalo_media and with it the closure of the Destiny Magazine @firstname.lastname@example.org@ellesouthafrica titles - Go to khanyi’s IG account to read the incredible outpouring of support for her to fully understand how she has been embraced as a pioneer of economic transformation in South Africa and even now she remains a beacon of hope for a greater tomorrow . ・・・
After much reflection, I have taken the tough decision to close down Ndalo Media.
At this point, my focus is on Ndalo Media's employees and stakeholders who have all made a significant contribution to the business over the years.
Thereafter, my focus will shift to the next chapter which I'll share at the appropriate time. I'm thankful for the opportunity we've had to touch millions of lives through our work and to all who have supported our brands in various ways. - Khanyi Dhlomo #khanyidhlomo#ndalomedia#destinymagazine#destinyman#ellemagazine#destinyconnect#championpeople#championnation#championsouthafrica
I might be late to say this... the news about Ndalo media shook me and it took time to accept that this Powerful black owned media Co is really closing. I'm not a vivid reader at all, but believe me, I had a year subscription of #destinyman mag. The trust and belief that I have for #destinyman is someting out of this world, as I believe that it's content is really tailored to groom and build the minds of SA's young, brilliant, intel and focused black gentlemen. Khanyi, you're POWER! You inspire lot of young black girls in 🇿🇦! 🙏
WORK AND LIFE ARE TAKING YOU AWAY FROM HEALTH
Many of Us spend enormous amount of time sitting in the car our way to our children's schools, then straight to our office desk with many tasks and deadlines that require a lot focus and stressful at the same time.
Most of us after work have to rush to pick our children from school and back again only to be stuck in traffic!
To add to that, we have to get home to give full attention to the house chores, from preparing meals to bathing our children and tucking them in bed, and at last getting a little bit of time to rest.
Obviously not all of us have to do all of the above listed things for different reasons. However studies show that the majority go through these challenges on a daily basis.
So when do you get time to exercise and take care of your body and mind?
From my personal experience I always recommend people to exercise during lunch time at work. It really works for me and in addition it gives me the energy to face the rest of the day duties in confidence.
It helps reduce stress levels accumulated during the course of the day. Most people ask me, but where should I exercise if I am stuck in the office?
The answer is very simple, "Use what you have at your disposal", there are so many exercises that do not require weight or gym equipment but still produce fantastic results on your body.
Next Monday I am going to share with you some of the most effective exercises that help to shape the body permanently. You just have to believe that it is possible to combine everyday life, work and fitness, it is just a matter of commitment and organization.