Welcome to Jedidiah: To be successful in today’s white water economy and world you need to be grounded, have direction and be excellent and significant in whatever you do. At Jedidiah we’d like to help you and your people to achieve just that.

World Cup glory

Webb Ellis Cup, Springboks, RWC 2019, ChampionsLast week I wrote that nobody can remain at the top forever, that we are all human and that nobody’s perfect. So although we all love to be on the winning side, we also need to be able to handle defeat in a mature way and give credit when and where it is due.

We made it

The past weekend the Springbok supporters enjoyed the euphoria of winning the Rugby World Cup for the third time, while the much favoured England Roses and their supporters had to deal with a ... continue reading

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Make or break events

Webb Ellis Cup, All Blacks, Blade runner, England, Rugby World Cup, SpringboksThe Springbok’s secured their place in the final of the 2019 Rugby World Cup tournament and is now ranked number two in the world. On the other hand, the All Blacks after their loss to England, now have to settle for the third place, the lowest position they’ve held in more than 15 years.

It just shows the effect of winning or losing one really important match. We all know that nobody can remain at the top forever and it is easier to challenge the champion than for the ... continue reading

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Optimism, the right choice!

Thomas Edison, electric light bulb, the phonograph, the microphone, talking movies, the storage battery, OptimismWhen Thomas Edison started at school, his mother was told that he was not yet ready. His mother’s optimism about her child led her to telling the teacher that she knew her child, and was convinced that he would be successful. Usually I believe that it is wise to listen to teachers when they give such advice for the benefit of the child.

But in Edison’s case his mother’s optimism paid off. It eventually turned out that he was indeed a very intelligent child. He became the inventor of the ... continue reading

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Breaking “impossible” barriers

World Record, Eliud Kipcho, Human, Finish, Wining, ImpossibleAbout a month ago I wrote about testing the limits and how Roger Bannister was the first man to do the “impossible” by running a mile in less than 4 minutes. I then said that “it is our achieving and ambitious nature that enables us to still set new world records.” After the four minute barrier was shattered it was like a floodgate that opened and the new world record lasted for only 46 days and within one year 37 runners also broke the 4 minute barrier.

Two world records

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Seasons in history

Ecomomic seasonsThe wise king Solomon said “To everything there is a season, a time for every purpose under heaven.” (Ecc 3:1) If we look at nature it is just wonderful to see swallows returning at a certain time every year and fruit getting ripe in its appropriate season every year. In Gen 8:22 God promised that

While the earth remains, seedtime and harvest, cold and heat, winter and summer, and day and night shall not cease.

Business cycles

In business we experience the same. A business owner recently told me that ... continue reading

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2 Sam 12:25 “So he called his name Jedidiah because of the Lord.”

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