When you sweat in peacetime you won't bleed so much in wartime.


Thomas' Testimony

Leadership Conference June 2016

The Leadership Conference that commenced on 10th June 2016 was an eye opener to me. It made me discover myself, my shortfalls and my strengths.

Before attending that conference I used to think that we as Swazi people are very lazy for we let foreign people come do things that are supposed to be done by ourselves, but I was wrong. I was surprised to discover so many unsung heroes who had been doing great things for their community and yet they are not published in our media.

One of the main interesting part of such a conference is seeing local people come together to brainstorm about issues affecting our society and how each one of us can work towards overcoming those challenges.

The basic teaching of this conference was that in order to lead others, you need to lead yourself first.
Issues of community development including empowering young people to start sustainable projects brought the light to many.

Also it was great to see leaders from all aspects discuss ways to groom young people to become better leaders in future. We can do this by intentionally mentoring them and installing Godly principles in them.

To me the conference was a success and how I wish more business or companies can participate even individuals because it’s worth it.

The way it was coordinated, music and testimonies, people from different parts of the country and outside. Indeed it was amazing.

AUTHOR: Thomas - Conference delegate

Thomas attended our Leadership Conference in June 2016


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