#CreatePreneurAfrica, Nigeria’s_ Mr Austin Uche_ Dr Moringa_Herbal Healing

Mr Austin Uche...DR MORINGA , a  PAN_AFRIKAN visionary, a determined natural herb healer follows the essential life testimony "HEALTH IS WEALTH". He pledges to play his part in the strengthening of the health of AFRIKAN people so that they actively build the continent and the world at large. He acknowledges the prevalence of modern sicknesses and believes that "NATURE TREATS NATURE".

"Stigma generally attached to African herbs. The Western world who wanted to promote their pharmaceutical industry and amass wealth painted natural indigenous herbs and practices thereof as pagan or evil"

“Use indigenous organic herbs to help maintain their bodies healthy and also to deal with many diseases because natural herbs have the ” pure spirit of life”
Dr Moringa

Meet #CreatePreneurAfrica…… Herbal Healer.Mr Austin Uche- Dr. Moringa 

Tell us what drives you? What is your true passion in life?

Natural Healing. God-given. This I believe is the amazing Moringa tree. My name is Mr. Austin Uche, people around me know me as Dr. Moringa because of the knowledge I share about the powerful healing Moringa tree. I believe in the treasure of natural herbs in Africa

How did you find your passion and how old were you?

I started knowing about Afrikan herbs from my grandmother when I was about 6yrs of age. She used to use herbs to heal people in the family and around too. She told me about how Afrika was blessed with life and natural herbs and knowledge and wisdom by God and she always emphasized that we must not forsake this divine heritage from God who created our ancestors.

I grew up drinking and using herbs all my life and I’ve never been to clinic or hospital all my life .hahahaha (he laughs)

It’s unbelievable!. After she passed flesh nobody continued with the healing at home.

One day in my sleep she appeared up me and called me by my Igbo name ‘KELECHI’ which means thank God.

She said “my son don’t let my dream die or be forgotten. Continue where I left.” She stretched her hand and touched me and showed me a tree called DOGONJARO which she used a lot while she was still in her flesh (alive). I woke up.

I was 20yrs old then. I traveled to Lagos and started attending church. In church every last weekend of the month we used to go camping and fasting in the Mountain of mercy in Ekiti state. One night in that mountain I overheard and eavesdropped the conversation of 3 elders discussing the Moringa tree.

What about your passion appeals to you the most? 

One day I asked an elder called Mr Maze Onyenso about the Moringa tree.he said to me “my son Moringa tree is a miracle tree of life which cures over 300 sicknesses in the human body “I requested him to show me the tree and he took me to the home of another elder in another village called Korodi who has the tree at his yard.

In that yard, we arrived and I took the leaves of the tree and ingested them .after that I felt lots of energy in my body. The old man of that house explained to us the health benefits of the Moringa tree and showed us Moringa seeds, leaves,oil and many other herbal concoctions with moringa tree. From then I decided to venture into this moringa healing mission

 

What drove you to make money from your passions?


I started in Lagos selling moringa herbal products of different packages and other indigenous herbs too. Things didn’t go with maximum momentum. One day I decided to travel to South Africa to meet my friend therein.

In SA one day I was arrested and put in the police station cells. In the cells my grandma came in a vision and said “my son go back to what you know best and don’t do anything you don’t know or that will put you in trouble in life .you are a saviour of life ….” after waking up I thought of what I can do and remembered what my grandmother had said to me sometime back about continuing from where she left. Having been released from cells I used the last money I had and posted it back home for my friend to buy n send me some moringa herbs. It is that stock I started with.

When was the first time you were paid for your passion?

I had no shop so I used to sell at the taxi rank where I could meet many people from different places. I introduced the Moringa tree to the people around and explained it’s health benefits. The Moringa tree and herbs grew in fame and people started calling me Dr. Moringa. With the belief in the divine powers, I persevered and continued selling the herbs to earn a living while healing the people. After a while, I could afford a shop from which you operate and the clientele grew.

What kept you going when you thought about giving up? 

 

The biggest challenge have been finances to make this business grow to my envisioned level because this is big and we need lots of things and machinery too so that we can even improve on our packaging to meet the modern standard.
Another issue is the stigma generally attached to African herbs. The Western world who wanted to promote their pharmaceutical industry and amass wealth painted natural indigenous herbs and practices thereof as pagan or evil.
So our Afrikan people sometimes prefer to go for and spend in western medicine. This cripples the growth of indigenous healing businesses. Processed medicine is less powerful than original organic herbs yes our Afrikan people must realize this and change their attitudes so that we grow in health as a nation.
A healthy nation can build itself and improve its standards of life using its indigenous resources. Sometimes there are those who discourage me against this healing business especially in times when I can’t make enough to cover all my needs and bills.
So yeah this creates internal pressure to you see but we learn to overcome that.
What motivates you every day to be even more successful?
All things motivate me to continue with this business. When I managed to heal my father who had arthritis I realized the power there is. The feedback I get from the people who buy herbs from me and get healed while some who used to fail to get kids managed to conceive after using these herbs. New knowledge and skills I get each time about herbs and mixtures and also creative managing skills motivate me. Belief in myself and in the divine higher power keeps me moving on and on. I thank God for knowledge because knowledge is power
What do you have to say to all of the people who doubted you? 
hahaha….. mostly I don’t feel bad now because I have come to self realizationion and I believe in me. I believe my dream is life itself . So when i realise any discourages me or doubt me I feel inspired to work more and increase my creativity in my business.
 What message do you have to those that doubted you?

I thank them for fuelling my inspiration in my business and it is such attitude that built me into a strong African conquering lion I am. What makes a man in life is even doing successful things which prove those who are contrary that a gift is God in a person so God is limitless.

What advice do you give to aspiring creative is who look up to you?

Dr Moringa “firstly I encourage my African sisters and brothers to discover themselves and stand for who they are and live to manifest the God in them .

Never let your gift remain silent till you go with it to your grave. Be confident in yourself get up wakeup be a servant to your nation.

Yes, never give up in the good you do no matter the obstacles . Your health is the basis for your wealth.

Use organic African herbs to empower your health . These herbs contain the life force of God when u use them you absorb the life force of God into your body . Eat healthy too . With our health, we can build AFRIKA.

Cell:- 0836149125 or 0611046074
Email:-moringaaustin@gmail.com.
PHYSICAL ADDRESS:- SHOP NO.3
Corner Albertina &Frank Street 
Roodport 
Johannesburg 
SOUTH AFRICA.

#CreatePreneurAfrica, South Africa’s Soul Rhythm Singing Sensation, ‘Yolisa Dumez’

Welcome to the soul sounds of Yolisa Dumezweni. After working as a professional forensic analyst for a full year, she decided to follow her inspirational lifelong calling and seed a career in music.

Her passionate voice churns out rhythmic melodies of inspiration, hope and  unconditional love that reaches out with tunes depicting a world of possibilities where anything is possible!

Born and raised in Johannesburg, South Africa, rooted in a Xhosa ancestry,  her music-loving soul was captured at an early age. She was only four years old when she attentively listened to the tunes of Tracy Chapman and hummed along.

Early beginnings sparked off when she was discovered by a primary school teacher who invited her to sing at the school assembly.

Balancing career and family, the single mother moved to Melbourne in 2013 and pursued her studies at La Trobe University in Melbourne, Australia majoring in  Bachelor of Accounting. In 2018, after a year of working as a forensic analyst, she decided to pursue a musical career. And the year is rhythmically sparking off in soul sounds and she has upcoming performances with  David Marama!

 

#CreatePreneur Africa – Lake Likoma Island’s David Marama – African ambassador, Malawi’s pride

 

‘‘The challenges that I faced over the years have led my passion to share my stories and inspire all around me to be the best versions of themselves through the power of music’            Yolisa Dumez  

 

 

Meet #CreatePreneurAfrica – Yolisa Dumez’ Soul sounds from South Africa

 

https://www.instagram.com/yolisadumez/

Tell us what drives you? What is your true passion in life?

The process of becoming. I’ve had to learn, sometimes in painful ways, that “it is not about the destination, it is about the journey”.

When you are aligned to who you truly are, you are able to appreciate even the contrast you come across on your way to your dreams. My journey as a singer was always a difficult one, which is why it took me so many years to confidently step into my dreams without fear of being criticised.

And the thing that surprised me the most, is that the person who criticised me more than anyone, is me. I felt that my voice wasn’t sweet enough like the girls a sang with at church because mine was always characterized as husky.

But I’ve since learned to embrace the uniqueness of my voice, as I’ve learned over the years that the best songs have always been the songs that touched people to their core and made them feel unconditional love and passion. And that is my hope whenever I sing; that I touch someone enough to make them feel like anything is possible.

How did you find your passion and how old were you?

I started singing since I was a little girl. My mother loves telling the story of how at four years old, I would sit on the couch next to the record player, and listen attentively to Tracey Chapman’s songs.

But I didn’t know I could sing until I was 12 years old when I was “discovered” by one of my teachers in primary school, who fell in love with a poem I’d written for her class. She was also a pianist and asked me if I’d like to join her in singing a song in front of the whole school during an assembly. I agreed. And when the moment came, as I began to sing, I felt fear leave and something unexplainable but exhilarating come over me.

I guess you could say it’s a knowing I’ve always had, that whenever I stood in front of people, either to speak or sing I was connecting to my true self.

What about your passion appeals to you the most?

The opportunity to work with people from all walks of life, and sharing experiences. I like to use music as a platform to tell my story in order to inspire and uplift others.

What drove you to make money from your passion? 

Shortly after I graduated in 2016, I was offered an opportunity to work at one of the Big 4 firms in Melbourne. It was an opportunity to work with the best of the best in the field, plus it looked good on my resume. I felt that I had a lot to prove at the time, but I also felt that the environment stifled my creativity and I was just going through the motions.

I knew very quickly that I had no desire to climb the corporate ladder. I believe that time is our most valuable asset, and should be spent doing the things that we love. Mark Twain once said, “The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why.” Looking back now, I believe that if I had not worked in that corporate environment, I probably wouldn’t have found the courage to go after my dreams. Making that decision, gave me freedom, clarity and most importantly, I found true happiness.

What kept you going when you thought about giving up?

The knowledge of a God who loves me so much, and has given me the tools to create my destiny. Because of this confidence I have, external expectations, fear of embarrassment or failure – these things just fall away in the face of the power I know is working in me and for me. It’s unconditional love!

What motivates you every day to be even more successful?

The desire to leave a legacy that will inspire many generations to come.

What do you have to say to all of the people who doubted you?

Nothing at all.

What advice do you give to aspiring creative is who look up to you?

One of my favourite quotes from Joseph Campbell , “Follow your bliss….”. Meaning, do only things that make you happy. And contrary to popular belief, the path to your desires is meant to be easy, because it’s who you are to your core. When you get on the path, things will fall into place and opportunities will come.

 

 

#CreatePreneurAfrica, Chinaka Iwunze from the Continent of Profound Storytellers

Chinaka Iwunze's purpose driven calling led her life pathway on a soul creative storytelling journey from page seeded conceptualization into moving picture motion - the world of creators, writers and storytellers. 

Her ongoing challenge is to be heard and never let trudges deter her from her universe defined destiny in the world of ongoing storytelling innovation. 

Chinaka Iwunze , screenwriter of ‘Looking For Love’ :  a recent film that premiered in South African cinemas nationwide on August 31, 2018, featuring a renowned cast including Lilian Dube ,Celeste Ntuli,  and Trevor Gumbi

MFA film graduate: University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)

Masters degree in Broadcast Journalism: University of Westminster, London

 

Her work is encapsulated on several established and growing platforms including:

She is actively involved in creative writing teams for internationally distributed shows such as a miniseries for Ebony Life Channel,  acquired by Sony Television Pictures (pre-production) , as well as Bedford Wives, an SABC TV series currently available on Amazon.

  • 2014 : Jack Nicholson award for  Screenwriting
  • 2015: Ron Baham Memorial Fellowship in Comedy
  • 2016 : DISCOP pitching competition for the TV category.

Chinaka also teaches TV Writing at AFDA Johannesburg, one of the
top film and television schools in Africa.

Meet #CreatePreneurAfrica, Chinaka Iwunze on her visual journey from page to screen

Tell us what drives you? What is your true passion in life?
After years of thinking I know the answer to this question and then realising I haven’t the faintest clue, I think I may have come somewhat close to an answer to what truly drive me or what my true passion in life is and that is: happiness.
Happiness should be the beginning and the end of every journey. The problem is that we as people have an idea of what we think drives us and we make a move for it but what we don’t realise is that we are fighting against our natural, organic happiness.
Happiness does not always come as we have imagined it and so we fight it, instead of letting it happen… But if by passion you mean my career then that would be visual storytelling!
How did you find your passion and how old were you?
I was five years old when my passion found me. I used to go around with a note book which my parents made sure to replace when I ran out of pages. I wrote stories, very random stories.
However, it was when I was doing my undergraduate degree that I was able to pinpoint and focus my passion to film and television. I knew I wanted to see my stories on the screen – big and small.
Passion comes in two phases: 1.) Fate – where God puts the purpose… the calling… the ideas in your heart and no matter how much you fight it, you will never have peace until you answer to it.
2.) Destiny – where once you have answered the calling to be a storyteller, a creator then you make things happen. Force people to notice you, hear you and never let ignorance from others or fear deter you. It’s not easy.
What about your passion appeals to you the most? 
The spiritual side to it. I am someone who naturally wants to be in control of things and writing and creating has taught me that there’s a natural process to things.
You cannot rush the process. It’s interesting how when you are writing and you realise there’s a greater power at hand when suddenly the plot and characters suddenly come together so organically, so deliciously you want to jump on your table and do the shoki while crying at the same time.
What drove you to make money from your passions?
I had no choice. Like I said, it was a calling. When you are constantly receiving ideas – even in the middle of the night, at some point you have to ask yourself what will you do with them.
At first I engaged with it for my pleasure and then I met people that helped me realise that I could make money from it and I decided to walk that path.
It is not an easy path and that’s why I know there’s a greater power at hand. It is by the grace of this higher power, of God that I am able to keep going. And of course the support from my family has been everything.
When was the first time you were paid for your passion?
When I came back from film school, I got my first writing gig with Ebony Life channel. That was in 2016. I wrote for Fifty The Series.
What kept you going when you thought about giving up?
I remember the day I watched the Lord of the Rings and as I sat and watched the end credits roll up the screen, I cried. I cried, not because I loved it so much (which I did) but because all I could think about was that I should be part of those names on the end credits.
I should be sharing stories with the world too. I need to be telling stories. So whenever I want to quit I remember this. I know that my heart will feel a void if I quit and that’s not a nice feeling.
What motivates you every day to be even more successful?
My family, mentors and friends who have been so supportive of me. I want to be successful for them, for myself, for God.
What do you have to say to all of the people who doubted you?
“Watch this space. This show has just begun!”
What advice do you give to aspiring creatives who look up to you?
My advice is: always say yes to opportunities that will allow you to showcase yourself. Keep your mind open but alert. There are many opportunities, both good and bad.
You need to know that you will be burnt along the way but always remind yourself of why you want to create and keep creating!
Never stop.  Also keep speaking to people and don’t wait for someone to help you out, if you need to cold call a company or someone, do it! You are your best agent!

#CreatePreneurAfrica – Ghana’s Karley Mettle Addo FEMALE CORPORATE MC

Ghana's most sought Master of Ceremonies Karley Mettle, takes centre stage with a dynamic voice to be heard, bringing out enthusiasm,elegance and versatility.

'Touching lives daily',the founder of ANGELPHASE FASHION & GROOMING - GHANA,audiences are captivatingly engaged at live,virtual, hybrid  consumer and corporate events. And there's more to the @karleymettle perfect picture.....she has been recently been awarded as the BEST FEMALE MC OF THE YEAR at the 2018 Ghana Events Award

https://www.linkedin.com/in/karley-mettle-42b69a5a/

The  Master of Ceremonies for TedxAccra, “Rethinking our Priorities 2016”  the largest event of its kind in Ghana

Her current active projects include:

  • THE BEIGE BANK Business development
  • ANGELPHASE: Fashion and grooming

Teamwork sets the stage as ANGELPHASE FASHION & GROOMING  gets down to setting their targets and aiming to reach their goals.  Concepts are seeded from start to finish, ending off with an eventful well-hosted ceremony of note

ANGELPHASE FASHION AND GROOMING  take pride in ensuring young fashion entrepreneurs get their brands established and corporate social responsibility eventTouching lives daily’ leaves a  lasting impact of inspiration on all who are privileged to share the experience!

Meet #CreatepreneurAfrica Karley Mettle

 

Tell us what drives you? What is your true passion in life?

I am driven by my purpose in life which is to use my knowledge and ability to communicate, coupled with other capabilities to impact my immediate and away environment. My true passion lies in Communication, inspiring youth and developing concepts that will impact and transform lives positively.

 How did you find your passion and how old were you?

 I used to participate in school debates from primary school and also emerged best pupil in English Essay writings at age 10. Additionally, I would recite poems, sing in school choirs and represent my school on public platforms with other schools in competitions and also at church.

My mum did play a vital role by exposing me to runway modelling, cameras and the limelight at age 9. As I grew, I started developing other interests like event organization which I seriously pursued in the University.

What about your passion appeals to you the most? 

I am passionate about the impact my craft makes on several lives especially young ladies aspiring to be in the same industry and beyond. The ease at which I’m able to deliver also appeals to me

What drove you to make money from your passions?

I had just completed an internship program with a media house where I excelled a few years ago. However, the organization was unable to employ staff immediately. I was also unsuccessful in gaining admission to a very renowned Communications School; Consequently, I was extremely disappointed. With the desire to be independent, I engaged in basic trading to make ends meet and not demand excessively from my very supportive parents. Simultaneously, I had great feedback from friends at church where I hosted frequently on Sundays, colleagues and others whom had noticed me display at events. With unequivocal conviction, I discussed the idea of commercializing the art with my Pastor, “Reverend Xavier Fiadjoe-ICGC His Light Sanctuary, BDE- Accra, Ghana). He gave me his full support and Voila!!!  That was the beginning of greater works!!! !

When was the first time you were paid for your passion?

This was in June 2016; a voice over commercial I did for Touton Smart Climate cocoa; as a result of hosting TedxAccra 2016.

What kept you going when you thought about giving up?

As a person of Faith, I constantly had God’s word ordering and directing my steps, keeping me stronger and propelling me. Of course my parents and well-meaning family and friends kept supporting me. I was also convicted about whatever I did because the future was bright.

7. What motivates you every day to be even more successful?

I cannot fail myself, family, friends, nation, current and future generation nor the God who gave me my purpose and life assignment. I believe many destinies are connected to mine. People’s livelihoods and survival may depend on me to a large extent. I have a mandate to see people become prosperous and make meaning out of their lives. That’s my motivation for success.

What do you have to say to all of the people who doubted you?

Interestingly, I do not keep record or account of people who doubt me because I have a positive perspective to life. Contrarily, it was the vice-versa sometime back when I doubted my own capabilities but others believed and encouraged me. I appreciate everyone who has and still plays such a role in my life. But if anyone ever doubted me, I would just say thanks to them because they pushed me to strive higher.

What advice do you give to aspiring creatives who look up to
you?
  1. Strive for Greatness. 

    2. Dream, Big, Start small. 

3. Be Consistent and Persistent. 
 
4. Be faithful in little things and Greater shall be added.
 
  5. Trust in the Lord with all your heart and Lean not on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge him and He shall direct your path. (Proverbs 3: 5-6)

#CreatePreneurAfrica from the foothills of Kilimanjaro- Joseph Adelard Sarimbo

 

His soul voice streams in a flow of world explorers navigating to get seeded with the roots of Kiswahili. Joseph Adelard Sarimbo's  daily lessons are an invigorating gist of Africa's Culture at the helm of life.

http://exploremotherlandafrica.com/createprenuerafrica-proudly-tanzanian-actor-kihaka-gnd/

He is currently part of a feature film team as a key contributor to “Shujaa, Kiroho Mtoto”, an upcoming feature film set to make the mark of the millineum!

 

 

 

Many missionaries, travelers and workers from all over the world with life driven purposes in East Africa, begin there journey in Kiswahili tunes at the ELCT language school in Morogoro where he teaches.

The liberating  language of unity for the continent of Africa is Kiswahili                                Joseph Adelard Sarimbo

He is also involved in community work and helps the farmers and livestock keepers always providing advice and ideas with the aim of elevating them from local farming methods towards implementing modern ‘agribusiness’ methodologies.

In the near future, he aims to open his own Kiswahili language and cultural learning center.

Meet #CreatePreneurAfrica- Joseph Sarimbo Soothsayer of the KiSwahili Linguist Imperliasm movement

Tell us what drives you? What is your true passion in life?

My passion is world unity. My passion is the dimension of interconnection. I have a passion for people.  What drives me?

I am driven by my love of my language (Kiswahili) because I want to spread the Kiswahili language of unity to every corner of the world!

How did you find your passion and how old were you?

I was sixteen years old when envisioned my calling. My life purpose…. I actively participated in community activities,  I was not sure of the pathway to follow. It was an idea. Then I met a friend, Jofrey. I explained my dream to him. He advised me and guided me on how I could start, He contributed to making me realize my dreams.

 What about your passion appeals to you the most? 

My passion is a key to help others. It is a gift. I love to be able to share and care

What drove you to make money from your passions?

That question can be perceived in many ways. What is making money? Make a profit? Afford luxuries? It was not ultimately about making money, but I was glad I could make a living from contributions of a skill in my life pathway.

When was the first time you were paid for your passion?

I started getting paid in 2011 when I started to work doing what I love doing.

 What kept you going when you thought about giving up?

I didn’t think about giving up. Sometimes I face challenges but I know challenges are part of life. I keep think positive and focus on my passions.
Having people around who encourage me every time makes me feel strong every day. I believe with God everything is possible

What motivates you every day to be even more successful?

When I am teaching there  I try to be creative and make my students enjoying the class.

What do you have to say to all of the people who doubted you?

By doing all I can do to help to motivate other people and change their life when they are looking at my success. If I don’t make a difference for doubters, I will spread out and make a difference  to others!

What advice do you give to aspiring creatives who look up to you?

When you work hard on your passion you will reach your destination. Don’t let your passions fade. Work hard to awaken your passions and make your dream come true. I know I did!

https://web.facebook.com/bryansarimbo?ref=br_rs

#CreatePreneurAfrica Sipho Mushwana , LAW OF RHYTHM. LAW OF ONENESS

KARIBU.....He sees his calling as a mission for all to fall in place one day! SIPHO Mushwana has a soul passion. A soul passion of UBUNTU. A writer, a musician, and a teacher and a soul Pan African visionist...he is ready to set stage for the unity of Africa across tribal or geographic locations!

"I am fully in the field of Afrikan Culture and education for the development of the Afrikan nation" ...........Sipho Mushwana

UBUNTU is the essence of life, the Afrikan way. Sipho Mushwana, #ExploremotherladAfrica author and editor, and also  on a screenplay team of ‘ SHUJAA, KIROHO MTOTO  set up to be the feature film launch of the millennium..…..

http://exploremotherlandafrica.com/createprenuerafrica-proudly-tanzanian-actor-kihaka-gnd/

 

His life chapters are engraved in his collection of  expressive writings:

  • ONCE WAS IMPORTANT
  • GOVERNMENT TERRORISTS
  • THEY KNELT AND PRAYED MAMA
  • BETRAYAL

His soul introduction is circumvented in his essays

  • ÚBUNTU,
  • NURTURED BY NATURE
  • CHURCHES IN AFRICA

He grows in his creativity and content and rhythms of emancipation He has engaged in multiple projects in various studios and keeps shining the light.

He has a soul passion for KISWAHILI.  The liberating and uniting language across tribes and ethnicity for A Pan-African cause – The world is awakening into a realization and uprise of a continent bearing centuries of downgrade and shame.

Meet #CreateprenuerAfrica  SIPHO MUSHWANA  steering the realms of PAN AFRIKA

Tell us what drives you? What is your true passion in life?

What drives me is my soul calling. A purpose driven life. I see myself as one of the single rays of the sun that illuminates the entire universe as a single droplet combined to make the biggest ocean.

What drives my movement is the journey of self-experience. That is the biggest aspiration. To fully explore, experience and manifest the god, Goddess power and essence in me.

How did you find your passion and how old were you?

I became conscious of myself in1999 when nature and the universe ushered me into the area of PAN-AFRICANISM AND AFRIKAN SPIRITUALITY. Since then I have been growing

What about your passion appeals to you the most?

By the  UNIVERSAL LAW OF RHYTHM,  nothing is permanent. All things come and pass. So I keep real and true  to my PURPOSE OF THIS REINCARNATION as I also acknowledge that  soul transition may happen at any moment in life

When was the first time you were paid for your passion?

Depends on what payment is defined as. I have been paid with the realisation of my purpose in this universe. Rewarded I can say. A gift beyond borders

Let’s develop the script fully and make it more competent for the market THEN THE UNIVERSE WILL AWARD THE PROJECT WITH SUPPORT FINANCIALLY

What kept you going when you thought about giving up?

Even if it is 100% overcast in the day, The sun never fails to give light. This natural phenomenon inspires me to tackle challenges with all courage and self-realness

What do you have to say to all of the people who doubted you?

OK, another person’s eyes are my mirror to see some parts of me and the feedback fuels my energy field to think extra creatively and work extra harder in all that I do. To them, I say I always take their doubts for motivation BECAUSE IN MY INNER WORLD PESSIMISM HAS NO PLACE. I advise all to always see the light in the next person and also have faith in that EVEN THE LITTLE SPARK OF A FLAME CAN GROW INTO THE BIGGEST FIRE OF LIFE.

What motivates you every day to be even more successful?
What advice do you give to aspiring creatives who look up to you?

I advise all to get intact with their inner selves and discover the nature of creation in them. Nurture that into self-manifestation. All is possible when we align our psyche body soul into the laws of the universe

 

#CreatepreneurAfrica : South Africa’s Sobethu, Shining the Forex light of Africa

Sobethu's life journey started as a soul calling in the core of South Africa, Kwa Zulu Natal.  His personal 'passive resistance' and purpose driven resilience initiated as an electrical engineer......and then, the time arrived.... he sparked off an electrifying journey through the intricate power of economical reasoning. The world market of currencies beyond borders---FOREX

 His overwhelming sense of community kept his spirits alive in midst of life adversities.  His daily ritual stood by the words of Nelson Mandela……..Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world’. It became his prophetic tool of economic emancipation.

He trudged through pathways, initially certifying himself as an electrical engineer. Further advancement was in BSC in information systems.

Daily living and paying the bills, defined his success in society, but he wanted and needed more. Drawn to the market of currencies, he endowed in foreign exchange.

He went on to complete Honours in BSC Information technology, but eventually was magnetized back into trading forex masterplan

In today’s world there is an abundance of open pathways. Far more than there were two decades ago   ____ Sobethu

Meet CreatepreneurAfrica’s Sobethu – The Forex Light of Wisdom

Tell us what drives you? What is your true passion in life?

I have a series of embedded passions from athletics to mining. My true passion. Where do I begin? Hard to answer as I hold each one of them close to me.

My passion is life. Breathing every day. Being alive, sharing……caring. My passion is about uplifting life circumstances and transcending over the blocks, pass the trudges, wither the storm and stream ahead!

My passion blossoms into doing all I can do for others. I feel when you have an abundance to give you do it holistically. You do not feel any loss giving out what you have. My passion is seeing all around me blooming in success. I beam in the success of others. A combination of individual success equals the success of  our nation and our global world

How did you find your passion and how old were you? 

I cannot place a definite age to my passion about living. Since the day I was born I guess. Haha…… But I heard my brother Sthembiso was not too happy about the news of my arrival. I was lucky. I was the last born, so I guess I can never really truly know his state of mind at that time.  A new arrival invading your space. We are a true team now though!

Ok ..let me get down to the list.

Athletics was my passion, that was in early schooling year, and soccer of course. But that subsided with societal realities and rules.  I had to study and get a job to live.   A technical background secured this at tertiary education life stages. So  I qualified as an electrical engineer. I qualified and certified myself until I had a BSC  and Honours in Information Systems.

I discovered Forex as a byline along the way. An income coming in added benefit to a 9-5 regular job. Then I saw the potential in the forex market.  I was magnetized. There was no stepping back. Making a living at your fingertips. Who could ask for more?

Forex is natural, not about certified education, but mental emancipation, An overall empowerment tool. There were no traders or mentors when I strolled into the sector in South Africa at that time. This is when I decided to take it on to train others.

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What about your passion appeals to you the most? 

I spent seventeen years of my life waking up to new working days, just to pay the bills. Wasted time and energy.  Most of us only realize this on retirement.

Passion is not automatic when your hours are controlled in a clock system. Passion subsides.

My passion is rising above this and teaching others to do the same.

What appeals to me is uplifting lives. We can rise against economic disempowerment thrust on us. We can. There is no reason to be crying at budget speeches and waiting for handouts and grants. Africa must rise again!

What drove you to make money from your passions?

Passion becomes money, Passion pays you if you are true to your cause. You are guided to empowerment at the tip of your fingers.

What drove me to make money from passions? I saw a way out of nine to five lockdowns as a method. Emancipation in the true sense of the word,

When was the first time you were paid for your passion?

When I was an engineer I was paid. That was a tool of empowerment into the world of money. My passion is abundance and the root of it monetary elements!

As a sideline, I initially experimented in Forex. Then I earned my first five thousand rands. That was a breakthrough. I saw with skill, potential was there. Soon after I doubled my 9-5 paycheck through forex! The time had come. There was no turning back.

 What kept you going when you thought about giving up?

There was never giving up for me. I come from a supportive family of seven siblings. And being the last born I have always been protected by my family shield.

At first, failure can really burst your bubble. This is when I initially stepped back. After some failure. But I don’t see it in those terms anymore. The unsuccessful moments were there as a lesson to drive ahead!

 What motivates you every day to be even more successful?

What motivates me is the power to change lives. I know I can and I will. What motivates me is seeing others around me take on the mission with tools to trade. Their success is my motivation.

What do you have to say to all of the people who doubted you?

I can share the knowledge I have gained when they are ready. And they will see the fruit of their doubts that empowered me

What advice do you give to aspiring creatives who look up to you?

Life is filled with serenity and somberness too. It’s part of the package. A recipe for endurance. Stay sober, know your facts and get ahead in the full steam of present! The escarpment of the past may have been there, but were building blocks of what made you and didn’t break you

Progress because you can.  Do not give up. Losing means to learn from it. Turbulence cannot be accepted as a norm. Rise above! Because you can. There are no limits.

Patience , Perserverance , Commitment as accepting that being unsuccessful does not define failure but ioens up new learning paths

 

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