4-December-2012 will go down as the day that revolutionised the South African music industry, this after tech giants Apple rolled out their iTunes store in South Africa and +-55 other countries.
It was revealed yesterday that the Samsung S3 sales went beyond 30million sales making it the fastest selling smart phone at the moment. Samsungs biggest competitor Apple, sold 5 million of its iPhone 5 in their opening weekend and was sold out in India. Pity they couldn't beat Samsung in its "5month 30million sale". There's been an on-going battle between these two smart phone gurus but these sales definitely show which side the people are on. A financial investment company "Nomuro" has reported that the S3 might even reach 67 million sales by November. This would mean doubling their 30m sales and leaving the iPhone 5 far behind.
I wanted to help you create explosive productivity so you get big things done (and make your life matter).
Here are 21 tips to get you to your best productivity:
#1. Check email in the afternoon so you protect the peak energy hours of your mornings for your best work.
#2. Stop waiting for perfect conditions to launch a great project. Immediate action fuels a positive feedback loop that drives even more action.
In this week’s edition of “Upcoming Entrepreneur” we feature the founder of Bokatuma Group, Nkeletseng Tsetsane (Kelly). Nkeletseng is one of the young black women who are making a difference in Mzansi through entrepreneurship. Mzansi411 spoke to this vibrant young lady to find out how she is making it.
Birth Place and where did you grow up?
I was born in Qwa Qwa in the Eastern Free State, lived there until I was in grade 5 and the whole family relocated to Pretoria. I have been here since then and I still live here.
Immediately after finishing matric I went onto the Protea Hotel’s Management trainee programme. I had to drop out of that because I fell pregnant and I opted to look for a job. I did not realise my passion for HR and especially recruitment until I started working as a recruitment consultant at Leadway Consulting which was based in Randburg. I then got a contract job at Discovery head office as a Recruitment Administrator.
Kojo Baffoe – Editor: Destiny Man
Editor of the men’s business and lifestyle magazine, DESTINY Man, Kojo Baffoe is an editor, writer, poet and entrepreneur with origins in Ghana and Germany, raised in Lesotho, and based in Johannesburg. He has a B. Commerce (majors in Economics, Marketing & Business Administration) from University of Natal, and has been involved in a number of sectors, including Retail, Management Consulting, Publishing, Events, IT and Media (Television & Print).