There’s a whole story here..

What a good inspirational story for friendship encouragement to one’s fitness.


Buongiorno Readers,

Recently, well at the start of 2015, I took a job as an Intern at a company. This job required a lot of sitting (8 hours a day). Of course in this day and age, its not about what you know but who you know, and I got the position through a friend of mine who was already working at the company. She happens to be a fitness freak. This is the journey of me and Tam, with some personal snipets!

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Women Empower Women presents…Reconnect with YOU this women’s day.

Imagine spending your women’s day with like-minded women filled with positive energy that will inspire you. Imagine gathering knowledge from powerful women who are experts in their fields. You get the picture, right? Reconnect with YOU is not just a women empowerment event. It is also a nice date with girlfriends topped with fun, laughter, entertainment, empowerment, networking, introspection. The list goes on…It’s happening at Pretoria State Theatre on 9 August 2015. Tickets are available at Computicket for R300 each.



Making yourself marketable and building your personal brand

Pontsho Manzi:

The founder of FabImage, who is an Image Consultant, Professional motivational speaker, Facilitator, Coach and a mentor to the youth through her non profit organization called FabGalz.

Breakthrough to your destiny and taking control of your life

Morongwa Makakane:

A professional motivational speaker with the Professional Speakers Association (PSASA). She is also a published author of 2 books: When is Enough, Enough? And Breakthrough to Your Destiny.

The girl in the mirror is the image of God, As a man thinketh so is he

Sihle Seleke:

An educator, motivational speaker & founder of Ebehnezer which means ‘Thus far the Lord has kept us’.

The power of you circle

Malebo Matlala

Malebo is a young inspiring individual who has a drive to empower other young people. She is the founder of Chantel which helps high school student with career guidance & mentorship.

For enquires contact Mpho at 083 880 1562

Let’s support the Women’s Movement!


Hop on to this empowerment train to your desired success!

Limitless Social Invite DL(1)

Save the date! 14 March 2015 is the date worth to save on your diary because you obviously don’t want to miss this empowerment train to your desired success. Due to popular demand, Limitless Social Club (LSC) once again invites you to another exclusive women empowerment talk hosted by Thandi Hlatshwayo, the CEO of LSC. This talk is all about Global Success and you! It will take place at Clico Boutique Hotel, 27 Sturdee Avenue, Rosebank. LSC is a social club that drives empowerment among the South African youth. It is committed to create an environment for the youth to partake in constructive activities as well as to learn how to sustain themselves through socialising.

At this event you will learn:
• How to take your businesses from a local level to a global level
• Effective methods to adopt in order to attain global success
• How to effectively position your brands in a competitive international market
• The importance of innovation and how to efficiently implement innovation in your businesses
• What is global success, and how to consistently achieve it as a woman in business

The line-up of speakers is made up of experts in global business and personal development fields:

Palesa Makanda is a CEO of Enziafrica (, a black women owned organisation that is built on the philosophy that Africa holds great opportunity and has the potential to thrive even further if African solutions are applied to build the continent, particularly through sustainable entrepreneurship. She has extensive experience developing SMMEs which includes both funding entrepreneurs as well as providing non-financial support with multi-national companies.

Pontsho Manzi is Executive Chairman and CEO of Botlhokwa Group; a holding company for three subsidiary companies called Recrutrain, FabImage and Bonisa Media. She is a qualified HR practitioner by training, an author, a nationally and internationally recognized professional business and inspirational speaker, facilitator, coach and image consultant. She is the founding editor and publisher of Fabulous Woman magazine and author of arguably the first South African black female created and owned annual inspirational diary for women called Diary for Fabulous You.

Colleen Larsen is CE of Business Engage Association NPC, a South African based organisation at the forefront of strategic thinking on gender mainstreaming in the private sector. As a speaker and an author on the subject, Colleen is one of the leading voices for the sustainable advancement of women in the corporate and entrepreneurial space in South Africa today using the business case as a basis for transformation. She was the first chairperson of the South African Women Entrepreneurs Network Ltd., an initiative of the Department of Trade & Industry.

Don’t miss this opportunity to network with dynamic women; learn effective practical methods on how to achieve your true success and kick start your year with a high level of motivation.

Investment is R380 per person. Pre-booking is essential as tickets are very limited. To reserve or purchase your ticket, email: or call 073 963 4369. Follow @LSC_2014 or Thandi_LSC
on twitter.

In pursuit of destiny

Feeling like you are not going to make it to your desired destiny? Read this!

Milo Mlangeni

Your dreams can come true Do not forfeit your destiny

No one can steal that which you were born with. No thief can access your intellect, skill, talents and all other attributes that makes you unique and complete. But low self-esteem is able to limit you and steal your destiny. How?

  • It gives you negative, self-limiting thoughts
  • It always tells you that you are a failure
  • You do not believe in yourself, who the can believe in you?
  • Your dreams remain locked on your inside as you find it difficult to express the real ‘you’.
  • It’s difficult to live ideal self because of the poor self image.
  • You are always dreaming but dare not make those dreams real.
  • You feel less human and invisible

Follow next post on how to overcome low self-esteem

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TODAY I could not write but wanted to…#MyBookDiaries2014

I usually write during the early hours of the morning. I find it really refreshing to write at this time because there are no distractions. So today I woke up, turned on my study lamp, then my laptop and then… I stopped. I froze. I could not write. I wanted to but couldn’t. Don’t get this wrong. I was not feeling asleep or sick or anything. I was perfectly fine and ready but couldn’t get to do it. I did not feel the edge to write. It was as if my mind was wrestling with my heart. My heart wished I could just do it, but my mind refused, and so my hands did not do it. Be mindful of the fact that I have all the inspiration I need. And writing is my hobby. You would think it should come easy. But this morning I woke up early, and just when I had to do it I got stuck. What caused that? Hm…Maybe it is because it is still the early days and I am still getting used to the routine.

For me, it is really important that I produce quality content. So I could write this morning, but I did not have it in me to produce content of my preferred high quality standard. I guess I had one of those moments. Anyone who understands what I mean? It is not quitting. No! I will not quit this writing project. It is very close to my heart for me to quit it. This experience…I am enjoying it. It’s a breath of fresh air for me.

However, having said all of that, I still have the inspiration and I know and trust that I am capable of writing and finishing a book that will resonate with you…And it is coming!

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Follow me on Twitter @khanyampumi

Cheers for now…