Best Advice Movement – 67 Minutes for Tata Madiba

In celebration of the 95th birthday of iconic leader and father of our nation Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela, Siya Mapoko (founder of the Best Advice Movement and author of the Best Advice I have Ever Got) visited Prudens Secondary School in Soweto.

This school was the first stop of a ten day “Giving Trip” during which Siya will be joined by business and community leaders to distribute donated copies of his latest book. These books are donated by the Movement – for each book that is purchased, the Movement donates one to a learning institution, library, community centre or selected underprivileged Matric learners.

During this visit, Siya spoke for 67 minutes explaining how to measure success on a daily basis explaining that we all have a curve of choices. The sum of our choices will either elevate or depress our lives. After a while, if we measure on a daily basis, we can recognise that our choices either make us feel good or bad.

Siya will also be addressing a group of students from Kwazakhele High School in Port Elizabeth who are being hosted in Gauteng by one of the schools former students – Saki Macozoma.

All this activity is leading up to the Movement primary event, the Best Advice Convention, which will be taking place on 5 November at Emperors Palace. This one day Convention will feature interactive and power packed plenary sessions, breakaway sessions that focus on key areas for personal and professional development, as well as networking sessions.

The Convention also includes an exhibition that will showcase the tools that are needed for career development, as well as other products and services that are relevant to the attendees.

Other institutions that Siya will visit on this Giving Trip include the Sebata Academy of Excellence.

Issued by Dylan James Media on behalf of The Best Advice Movement

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