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It’s too late to be scared. | Raffaele Mc Creadie | #ProudProfile

Posted on August 6th, by spillly in Business, Coaching, Motivation, Social Media. No Comments

I have always had a burning ambition to be an entrepreneur even from a young age. I recall selling chewing gum in high school at a “premium” to my peers who were hellbent on impressing the opposite sex – it was a perfect model. I kicked off my advertising career learning how to sell in […]

Mr Nic Haralambous Founder of NicSocks.com speaks!

Nicholas Haralambous is the founder of the online fashion company, NicSocks.com. Nic was the CEO and co-founder of Motribe, the mobile community platform, before the company was successfully acquired by the social network, Mxit in October, 2012. He also founded ForeFront Africa consulting firm before selling that business to Imperial Holdings. He was selected as […]

FUNCTIONAL DESIGNER | TAMLYN SADIE #ProudProfile

Posted on July 24th, by spillly in Business, Coaching, Motivation. 1 Comment

What do you get when cross and Irishman and a Leb? A Lebrachaun. That’s me, but at heart I’m a proud South African.  I am in love with all things Jozi. Having lived in the inner city for a few years fueled my addiction to the hustle and bustle of city life. Although, I recently […]

By the book, what’s that? | You&Me Design #ProudProfile

Posted on July 20th, by spillly in Business, Coaching, Social Media, Twitter. 1 Comment

  Meg and Jen, co-owners of You&Me Design, spend an incredible amount of time together and don’t do anything by the book. And thus decided to write each other’s bios, because who knows you better than your business partner, right? Meg, fondly known as Midgy by her closest friends, is a passionate “little” package. She […]

The only equation that really matters.

Posted on July 16th, by spillly in Business, Coaching, Mentoring, Motivation. No Comments

  Everyone who owns or runs a family business wants to grow his or her business. The first thing I try establish with new clients is what their appetite for growth really is and what their definition of growth in the coming months would look like. I’m always amazed at how clearly undefined each person’s growth […]