Pay attention to your associations.

If you want to know what your life will look like 5 years from now, reflect on the 10 people you spend most of your time with. The orbit that you live within (in terms of the people you spend your time with), will define the kind of person you will become and the kind of life you will lead. Play your highest game, surround yourself with people and have conversations with individuals who are committed to greatness, leadership and personal responsibility.
(Robin Sharma)

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About Archibald Holtzhausen

I am who I am. I do not want to be anyone else. I am happy who I am. Leadership: I am a Leader Without a Title (LWT). Titles do not interest me– doing and being my best in everything I do is what matters to me. No formal authority can provide me with a leadership badge – I do it myself. Passion: I consider myself as one of the most positive people. My passion towards life enables me to achieve amazing things. Interests: I believe in the importance of a healthy life style and have completed the Ironman South Africa three times, with frequent participation compete in triathlons and long-distance running events. Furthermore, I love to capture beautiful things around me as an amateur photographer Making a difference (MAD): I believe that making a difference starts with me and I live this motto in everything I do. Every new day provides me with countless opportunities to do this. My passion to reach out to individuals, companies and communities drives to me constantly pursue opportunities where I can make a difference in the lives of people. My career spans over 30 years and I celebrate numerous highlights, accolades and achievements as academic researcher, author, management consultant, change and transformational leader, make-it-happen specialist, trusted advisor to executives, facilitator, energy maker, motivator, difference maker, keynote and motivational speaker. I am who I am. I do not want to be anyone else. I am happy who I am.
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