1. How often do you ask for help? Partially
2. What is your biggest weakness? I don’t admit losing or failing. I always want to come with reasons.
3. What type of music do you listen to? Rap Music
4. What’s the best advice you’ve ever received? Don’t be scared to do mistakes. Do it until you get it right. It doesn’t matter how long it takes.
5. If you were to become a minister in the cabinet, which portfolio would you take? Minister of Social Development.
6. What do you do when you’re upset? I just focus my time on seeking resolution and invest my energy on how I can overcome it quickly, but take a lesson from that.
7. On what occasion do you lie? If I come across situation where there’s big stake in win-win situation, I brush off reality with a spice of lies to accumulate my goal.
8. Why did you start your business? I’m an enabler. I saw a gap to provide product that is more of a need in the society. Personally, I consider myself as an Entrepreneur.
9. What three words best describe you? Patient. Consistent. Ambitious.
10. How’s your relationship with technology? Excellent.
11. What are you currently working on? Growing the business and also increase the standard of my foundation – kid’s charity movement (Borotho Foundation).
12. What’s the biggest risk you’ve ever taken? Asking for a loan from the bank without even having a very attractable place (back room) to start the business. But I have used that place and results were very fantastic.
13. Why do you get out of bed each day? To go and face new challenges as a person who is having a vision and to contribute on the success of my business and keep on influencing other positive people from my circle, social network and also to learn from everything I do on daily basis i.e. reading, radio and documentaries.
14. What do you dislike about your gender? We are considered the strongest in everything and we are not allowed to show any sense of weakness.
15. What would you like to be remembered for? Go-getter, enabler and an inspiring individual.
16. What does it mean to be an African? Pride and people who are very closer to nature and have very beautiful
17. Any advice for young entrepreneurs? Start where you are with what you have.
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