Johannesburg Business School invites you to Tiisetso Maloma’s Township Biz Adjacent book discussion, 17 November 2020, via Zoom

The Centre for Entrepreneurship within the Johannesburg Business School cordially invites you to a discussion with Tiisetso Maloma about his new book Township Biz Adjacent.

The book states that it is now easier for black entrepreneurs to obtain a huge stake in the multi-billion Rand worth township economy.

DATE: 17 November 2020

TIME: 11:00 – 12:30

VENUE: Online via Zoom

Registration link: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_4Ip9ZCYBT-ix8k9t3ETIhw

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

See you then.

Thanks

Understanding the 4th Industrial Revolution & Innovation Easily (A book by Tiisetso Maloma)

Understanding the 4th Industrial Revolution & Innovation Easily book is available for sale on Amazon.

This book is a collection of fun and easy essays, written by Tiisetso Maloma, explaining the 4th Industrial Revolution and innovation.

The essays touch on creativity, evolutionary biology, novelty, adjacent possible theory, surreality and The Human Greed Pyramid.

FREE BOOK: HOW TO START A BUSINESS SIMPLE & EASY (BY TIISETSO MALOMA)

This small book guides you on how to start any business venture simply and easily – and without the big capital or the funding you think you need.

I’ve used this simple lesson in my 10 years of being an entrepreneur and managed to start clothing brands, a publishing company – publishing my own books and other authors, events, emojis, etc.

READ THIS BOOK AND YOU WILL BE ABLE TO:

  • FEEL CONFIDENT that you can start a business with the little that you  have
  • Come up with an EASY and SIMPLE way to START your BUSINESS VENTURE
  • Cut out 80% of the things you thought you needed (offices, or something as simple business cards)

Please click here to receive the book www.tiisetsomaloma.com/businesseasy

Presenting Ubuntu Stoicism – meditating stoically with African Proverbs

I was stressed. My heart was strained. I don’t know if I could have got a heart attack. But I imaged such stresses could do such. I felt it.

My strain was caused by, well, a disagreement with a work colleague. They could have been wrong. I could have been wrong. What strained me more was that the situation might have forced me to go the court route.

Anyway, I was stressed by that and everything.

Everything always piles up.

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Celebrity Business Class: DJ Zinhle Becomes Equity Owner In French Wine Brand Boulevard Nectar Rosé (Analysis Per the Convenience Metrical Interest Method)

DJ Zinhle – Ntombezinhle Jiyane – last week announced that she has become an equity owner in French-owned Boulevard wine, and that she is the new CEO.

I had never heard of Boulevard before this announcement – well because I don’t know a lot of things.

Certainly, I have never heard of a local South African celebrity acquiring ownership shares in an international company – or even a local one and or on that scale.

I remember in 2018 she was the South African celebrity partner for Jamie Foxx’s sunglass brand, Privé Revaux. Beautiful sunglasses they make.

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Why the Next Billionaires Should Come From Townships: Township Biz Adjacent Book

 [This article’s points are taken from my fifth book Township Biz Adjacent (newly updated) and it is available in all bookstores nationwide.]

I call townships an ECONOMIC CYCLONE.

Why?

The population keeps growing and will keep growing.

This means money-making.

Because they will keep needing basic goods and particularly FMCG products (Fast Moving Consumer Goods), e.g. nappies, bread, electricity, airtime, clothes, entertainment.

Corporate South Africa has been making billions in townships forever.

‘Soweto has a R34 billion consumption and a population of 2.2 million people. Tembisa has R20.4 billion and Soshanguve has R19 billion,’ says a Fraym analysis of granular retail spending data (2019) over the past ten years.

It’s time township entrepreneurs challenged Corporate South Africa.

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Why Joe Rogan is a Billionaire

[The Anxious Entrepreneur and Forget the Business Plan are available on Amazon.com]

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As we’ve heard, Joe Rogan’s exclusive multiyear deal with Spotify will see the company pay him about $100 million for an exclusive licensing of his podcast.

This is according to The Wall Street Journal, an anonymous source (theirs), and a calculation of the podcast’s performance metrics.

I think it is more than $100 million per year.

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17 THINGS BROKE ENTREPRENEURS DO: Chronicles of Struggling (Succeeding) Entrepreneurs: The Underworld of Startups

(Re-edited 2015 article)

All my books are available in bookstores (Exclusive Books, Bargain Books and Takealot.com). They are Township Biz Fastrack, Forget the Business, The Anxious Entrepreneur and Tales of an African Entrepreneur.

YOU CAN SKIP THIS AND GO TO THE NEXT HEADING FOR THE 17 POINTS

The fridge was empty. I swore to myself that the following day I would hustle like I never did before. I don’t know why but the implication of an empty fridge hurts more than not eating the actual food. This can’t be 3rd world problems, can it?

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365 THINGS YOUTH #3. Figuring out how to do things on your own

As I said in the previous post, people want someone else to show them how to open an email account. Ask Google for that.

Figure out how to do things on your own.

These have benefits. It teaches you how to research. The best knowledge will not come from school, a mentor or someone showing you how to do something. It will come from you doing stuff on your own and consulting other none human sources (the internet or books) first before a person.

It teaches self-reliance. You become competent to solve your own problems – if you can solve your own problems then you can solve other people’s problems. Solving problems is a skill someone can pay your for.

Importantly, it makes you a better student. When you test things on your own, you discover things/tools and new ways of doing things. Then you can go ask someone else to help you, you can uplift them with what you discovered on your own.

When the teacher feels uplifted, they reveal a lot more knowledge.