Nick and Jabulani , the owner and the grill chef of our favourite local restaurant, the Parea. Over the years Jabulani has become more Greek than the Greeks - he wears a think cold chain, sits on the verandah smoking and drinking Greek coffee and when we moaned about the heat and commiserated with him for being in front of the fire , he said ( and I swear it was in Nick’s accent) : “What to do?”
holy moly, we have been busy 🏃🏼♀️. we've excited about a HUGE shift over the past month from #candystations (which we love 🥰) to hosting more corporate events. 🙌🏻 can’t wait to share soon. P.S. if you’re an #entrepreneur who needs help hosting a workshop, talk to us.
Something I learned last week. There is such emphasis on ‘failure’ and the need to fail at some point. I sometimes feel I haven’t failed properly yet and this is what keeps me from achieving some of my goals. I posted this as a question to Marnus Broodryk and he said he doesn’t like this emphasis on failure because it should be more about mistakes than failure. Make mistakes, learn and move forward. This was reinforced when I read this quote by Frank Wilczek. We don’t have to fail, but we should be trying hard enough things to make mistakes.