Have you ever thought of sharing your home with strangers? In an attempt to meet more and new people we opened up our home to couchsurfers from around the world. This allowed my sister and I to have the most fulfilling experience of meeting people from diverse backgrounds. In this episode we chat to Ummukulthoum Bakare, a woman whose career has taken her around the world. From working with Fifa to the olympics, she has been the sports therapist of many athletes. She shares her experience and how you can create a career that spans countires.
If you are keen to have a global career, you want to watch this video right to the end. Ummu offers advise that will help you get ahead in life.
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I am always intrigued by how people meet, its one of the first things I ask " so how did you meet?"
On a flight from Pietermaritzburg to Johannesburg I met a woman with the most radiant smile, I had noticed her earlier on by how she interacted with everyone; smiling, greeting, polite to all those who assisted her as she was checking in at the airport. You can tell so much about a person through how they interact with others especially those who are being of service to them. Little did I know I would be seated in the same row as her, well as they say the rest is history.
Nontuthuko Mashimane is someone you need to know if you want to inspired to live your best life possible, a runner, dietician and lover of people in this episode she and I chat about her life transforming travels that have shaped who she is. The conversation was so good that we created two episodes for you to enjoy!
She shares some great nuggets of wisdom and the greatest lesson that she learnt from the London bombings.
You can follow her on Facebook and Instagram just look for Nontuthuko Mashimane
36 Days into the Covid19 Lockdown in South Africa our neighbours from Lesotho remind us that we are slowly moving into winter, they have had their first snowfall already. Whilst they had the joy of playing in the snow, we found ourselves feeling the cold that accompanies this white wonderland in Johannesburg.
Lesotho with its majestic mountains, people, waterfalls and silence make for a wonderful getaway. In 2012 I found myself in Semongkong to abseil 204m (670ft) down the Maletsunyane waterfall, 50 story’s of pure ecstasy.
Lesotho left its mark in my heart , with its kind people who scale mountains as if they are walking on flat land I vowed to return to this beautiful part of the world. Whilst we wait for the lockdown to end our conversations around travel continue and this past week we chatted to the Mosotho Prince himself Zondi Tsatsi Mohlatsane the founder of Love Your Destination (LYD) Travel. He shares his story with us and take us on journey that will leave you inspired.