What’s my sentence

Following a brief interview from Mr Pink , I have decided to write down my sentence

This has been burning like fire in my bones

Dear Lord I give myself away so you can use me .

What’s my sentence?

 I want to use my influence to be of service, to disrupt poverty, inequality and unemployment 


 To show passion, fire and commitment to what I do, no matter whom I am doing it with and what I am doing it for 


 To get the job done!!!! No matter the size or challenge or the time it takes me. See it through! Signed, sealed and delivered!


 Allow my true self to be seen, deeply seen and known. Have the courage to say ï don’t know” and be willing to learn. Always be honest about how I feel, even if it is not exciting or even if it’s unpopular. Ask when I need help and cry when I feel like doing so’. 


 Prioritise excellence over perfection.

“Perfectionism is a self-destructive and addictive belief system that fuels this primary thought: If I look perfect, and do everything perfectly, I can avoid or minimize the painful feelings of shame, judgment, and blame.” 
 Brené Brown, The Gifts of Imperfection: Let Go of Who You Think You’re Supposed to Be and Embrace Who You Are

Excellence is not a set level of quality or perfectionism. It’s an ever-changing dynamic in both our personal journey and the collective journey of our teams.

It’s about growth and maturity. Excellence should be a moving target of sorts. The quality of your craft and serving today should not be the same as the quality of your serving yesterday. It should be increasing and moving forward, not stagnating!”Matt – Hillsong.com blogger

Purpose statement: To pave the way for those coming behind me and those ahead to gain access to more seats at the table 

Measure: Top 100 most influential people in South Africa by year xxxx

Justice must be served for all South Africans and all those who live in it

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