Archive for the ‘I WISH SOMEONE HAD TOLD ME’ Category

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I wish someone had told me more about the different types of courage

Lethabo-Thabo reflects on the lessons she has learnt from her great grandmother and mainly, the lesson of courage.

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I wish someone had told me it is always the right time

“I wish someone had told me” is a series of posts that feed into our inquisitive nature at CN&CO. Each week we hear from someone in our network about something interesting or surprising that’s recently happened or occurred to them – or lessons they learnt. These blogs are a way to pay it forward and […]

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I wish someone had told me how privileged we are as South Africans

These women share our lives, literally, as they work in our homes daily. They are our counsel and we theirs, we pay their salaries but are also their friends. And we put the ultimate trust in them. The trust of caring for our children. 

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I wish someone had told me: I HAVE TIME

Our intern Cristiana writes a blog covering the topic of TIME. She reflects on how we think that we never have enough time; but she reminds us to take a step back, breathe and reflect on how much time is actually available to us.

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I wish someone had told me about renewing my driver’s license easily

“I wish someone had told me” is a series of posts that feed into our inquisitive nature at CN&CO. Each week we hear from someone in our network about something interesting or surprising that has recently happened or occurred to them – or lessons they learnt. These blogs are a way to pay it forward […]

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I wish someone had told me about the power of walking

Blake recently returned from the World Trails Conference in Spain with his mind opened even more to the power of walking.

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I wish someone had told me to write it down

In the latest I wish someone had told me blog from CN&CO, Gianluca encourages you to write it down…

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I wish someone had told me my travel wishes would keep coming true

Colin’s dreams of travelling the world were sparked by a collection of coins in a Quality Street tin. And now he’s doing it!

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I wish someone had told me I do actually like structure and planning

Taking time out to think about what comes next is vital, says Carel in this week’s ‘I wish someone had told me’ feature

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I wish someone had told me: Tips for first time fliers

Allan gives advice to first time international flight travellers