At their very core, dreams are what define you, empower you and make you happy. Dreams breathe life into everything we do. You can use your dreams to inspire yourself, to shape your life, and to do what makes you come alive.
A vision deep inside that speaks to the very soul. It’s the thing we were born to do. It draws on our talents and gifts. It appeals to our highest ideals. It sparks our feelings of destiny. It is inseparably linked to our purpose in life. The dream starts us on the success journey.
This week’s episode is all about how newcomers, immigrants, and international students can relentlessly bring their dreams to life. I discussed extensively with Dr. Thabo Ncube how to find your unique voice and design your roadmap for success.
Dr. Nothabo Ncube is a trained Medical Doctor. She is an Inspirational TEDx Speaker, Coach to Women and a Mentor to Young-Girls. Dr. Thabo’s story led her to meet The Media Mogul, Oprah Winfrey and she recently shared her life journey on the TEDx platform.
She has been spotted on Global News TV, African Women’s Leadership Network and on the cover page of the Canadian Immigrant Magazine where she was named one of the top 4 Immigrant Women Influencers in 2019. Through her dedication to make global impact, she was nominated by Women Of Influence and Royal Bank Of Canada for the 28th Annual RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur Awards for the 2nd year in a row.
She is now on a mission to use her voice and story to inspire hope, empower humanity and raise consciousness.
I invited Dr. Thabo here to discuss practical tips that immigrants, newcomers, and international students can use to know what makes them come alive. This is one episode you should not miss and share with everyone you love.
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Special thanks to Nothabo Ncube (Dr. Thabo) for joining us this week. Until next time!