Each week Gareth Armstrong finds answers to your most burning and important questions as he speaks to the best and brightest in their fields - specialists and experts who have put their 10 000+ hours in and can help us get things right the first time.
Impact vs Spend: How Do You Maximise Your Efforts?
Whether in the public or private sector, running a non-profit or business, the ever-present question imposed on us is: How Do You Maximise The Return On Your Efforts & Investment?
Part story / part insights, this is how Tashmia Ismail-Saville is ensuring YES are prioritising intelligence and impact over "lipstick on a pig", and is a brilliant example of how we can do the same.
How Do We Protect Our Intellectual Property (IP) From Big Businesses?
This is a discussion that takes Intellectual Property Protection way beyond a patent application or trademark registration. Don't miss this important conversation with these highly experienced executives and businessmen.
Polo Leteka on Skinny Sbu Socks & R5m Investment
The CEO of IDF Capital weighs in on Skinny Sbu Socks’ founder’s recent TV “I need R5m not advice!” rant.
Can Skinny Sbu Socks Be Saved?
What happens when an entrepreneur demands R5m on national television? Sibusiso Ngwenya, founder of Skinny Sbu Socks has made headlines recently for a number of reasons and we talk to two venture capitalists about their impressions of his behaviour. They also share the five things they believe he must do to save his business. Don't miss this #AskAnExpert conversation.
What Are Practical Steps To Deal With A Mid-Career Crisis?
“It’s not a mid-career crisis, it’s a mid-career catalyst” says our in studio expert, Career Strategist – Licia Dewing. Once you realise this, it gets really easy – listen to this #AskAnExpert feature to develop your own personal mid-career crisis (catalyst) plan.
What Is A Mid-Career Crisis?
And how do you know you’re having a mid-career crisis? In this #AskAnExpert conversation, Gareth and Hlubi talk to Dr John Demartini, who gives us a whole new view and way of thinking about this hard-to-avoid phenomenon.