In the words of Charmaine N. Mbatha “Whether you are a student, unemployed, employed, wanting to start your own business or are a new entrepreneur, then this is for you” ~ Anonymous Tip! Vol 1. South African Youth Professional Guide
I very much liked Ms Mbatha’s approach to learning and empowering oneself in the workplace. Her advice in Anonymous Tip! Vol 1. South African Youth Professional Guide can be summed up thus: learn, learn, learn from those who are more experienced, so that you make yourself more valuable to prospective employers and potentially, yourself as the boss, if you decide to venture into entrepreneurship.
Ms Mbatha’s advice is all about learning new skills, and actively seeking job satisfaction even if you feel that you are stuck in a rut in your current job. The answer just may be to give more, instead of giving less, and in the process to gain more business knowledge and professional skills which you can use later on in your career.
I also liked the fact that Ms Mbatha doesn’t advocate getting a loan to start a business before you have even tested the waters. Debt is debt, after all, and who would want their start-up business to be saddled with huge debt from the start? Instead, a good place to start may be to get yourself a coach and learn all the ins and outs of the trade thoroughly, before you embark on the entrepreneurial boat.
Ms Mbatha’s E-book has this, and a lot more advice and encouragement, on how to transition from employee to entrepreneur.
So are you ready to start reading? This E-Book is available on Amazon and you can purchase Anonymous Tip! Vol 1. South African Youth Professional Guide by Charmaine N. Mbatha by clicking on this link.
About the Author
Charmaine Ntokozo Mbatha also widely known as Ms Mbatha is a South African born and bred in KwaZulu-Natal. Ms Mbatha is an Award Winning International Speaker, Serial Entrepreneur, Radio Personality and Author.
Charmaine is a humanitarian at heart and values the importance of Child-Care, Youth-Development and Personal Development throughout her career and philanthropy.
Charmaine Ntokozo has not only featured on a documentary film in Shanghai, China but also hosted her own radio show as in invitation from Radio WORKS World in London, UK.
Ms Mbatha gives a lot of credit for her success to her mother who’s taught her humility, discipline and work ethic and to JT Foxx, the World’s No.1 Wealth Coach, Serial Entrepreneur, Real Estate Investor and Best Selling Author.
Disclaimer: I have received a free copy of the E-Book Anonymous Tip! Vol 1. South African Youth Professional Guide by Charmaine N. Mbatha for the purpose of this book review but opinions expressed here are my own.
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