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Siyabonga NoyakazaMemberNovember 4, 2021 at 6:24 am
To make electricity accessible and affordable. It is to bring innovative solutions that will allow municipalities to save money on street light energy consumption and illegal connections.
To become an inspiration by being an active listener, challenge my siblings to do their best, make them feel good about themselves, stand by them, focus on the positive, show empathy, share my struggles and progress, excel at what I do, share my values and stand by them, do what moves me towards my goals, lead by example and be a student.
To create an entrepreneur school for the elementary and high school kids. To serve communities by supporting early childhood development organizations, STEM programs, Sport, Creativity, entrepreneurship, and growth mindset institutions.
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Daily do what brings joy to each other. Allow each other to grow at our own paces. Support one another. Keep communication open even when we have reached deadlock. Dedicate weekends to my marriage. Be antifragile. Be students of marriage. Travel the world and bear children.
Be supportive of my kids and not entertain bull sh**. Raise my kids based on their interests and capabilities. To not only talk about growth mindset but also lead by example. Show them love, compassion and trust. Enroll my kids to ITU.
To grow my finances by building my innovation company called IDYES. IDYES will comprise of start-ups and product developments. IDYES will allow me to gain mastery in entrepreneurship where later I will transfer the skills to the entrepreneur school. To invest in technology, ecommerce and companies that are looking out for the environment.
To acquire knowledge and wisdom by learning and taking action. Get information from experts that I will share with the public by means of school. Yearly travel the world with my family and learn about other communities.
To cherish and respect the relationship I have with my kids by being there when they need me and sometimes let them be alone. To be there for my wife when she needs me even if she doesn’t recognize that. To support my friends on their journey’s and not be judgmental. To attract and engage with the people that are more knowledgeable and wiser than me. To be at service to my community.
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