Creating a better Mzansi through sport and development
Training with young stars it was very good because they are wiling to move forward and to take them to the next step and to teach the young ones to behave and to respect so i am going to push the hole of secunda into good and great decisions and they toll me to say thanks you Youthzones for everything you have done for…Continue
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physical education at orange farm primary every Wednesdays and Thursdays i will coordinating the program as part of my voluunteering there with physical activities with kids from the school as part of life skills at the…
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As young people is not to want it all and want it now. There are basic building blocks for success- education being the key. Even in the working environment we need to allow ourselves to mature, to build respect among others and also to gain experience. Of course you can still be leaders at 20, but you need experience and emotional maturity. That way it stops being about yourselves, and then you can help develop others.
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As a young leader who learn from elders, I also teach others the things that I know. I'm glad some of the community members and my team players can also learn a lot from me. Since I've got the opportunity to work for my community, I also learn a lot from them while we share ideas from a lower standard to a higher standard by sharing information's on life skills.
Being a leader is not a simple thing but you have to trust your self.
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When we understand other people's values, not only do we get to appreciate them more for who are they are , but as leaders it give us an opportunity to understand what would mean more to them as an incentive, what they would really appreciate as a reward if they achieved better than expected results in their work. The truth of the matter is that anyone can always achieve better results when they are doing the work that they genuinely care about.
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Gender depends on the context; it’s mostly pronounced and expressed in Social and Biological science. In Biological Science describes internal and external/physical organs and physiological characteristics which determine or that define male and female, hence, man and woman intersex. Created and produced by chromosomes, and hormonal profiles, I mean the genotypes which manufacture phenotypes. In Social Science describes feminine and masculine. They are socially constructed…Continue
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This is the two words that makes lotof people not to succeed in life.people judge themselves for no reasons, but friends, they pretend to trust themselves and listen to their friends and this makes lot of people to have low-self esteem. Judging your self means your nothing.how a u going to lead young people while you don't trust your self. im trying to encourage people to have self esteem
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