Vusi - Business & Life Lessons From a Black Dragon (Paperback)


Maverick. Leadership genius. Self-made millionaire. Dragon. The rock star of public speaking. Vusi Thembekwayo has been called many things.

Join him in his inspiring journey from the township to the top echelons of South African business, to becoming one of the youngest directors of a listed company and CEO of a boutique investment firm. As a Dragons' Den judge and a sought- after public speaker across the globe, Vusi doesn't just talk business – he lives it.

Now you can learn the secret of his success and how to shape your own destiny.


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Maverick. Leadership genius. Self-made millionaire. Dragon. The rock star of public speaking. Vusi Thembekwayo has been called many things.

Join him in his inspiring journey from the township to the top echelons of South African business, to becoming one of the youngest directors of a listed company and CEO of a boutique investment firm. As a Dragons' Den judge and a sought- after public speaker across the globe, Vusi doesn't just talk business – he lives it.

Now you can learn the secret of his success and how to shape your own destiny.

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Easy read and very good life lessons. Vusi takes the reader from the streets of Kasi, to the golf estate where he lives, to international stages with ease. He is very good with words. He sure does apply the Ethics, Emotions and Reason and the Logic approach he uses in his talks. I was captivated from beginning to end. I love his confidence and the challenge he puts out for the Black child to break down those walls in our heads and think BIG. Instead of going on holiday, own the island! No more thinking small, poor me attitude, no more accepting mediocre service from anyone, more especially me. Left me very inspired. I loved the way he weaved in his personal story. I felt that he could have opened up more about his emotions when he went through challenging times. I know he does not want to romanticise failure and is probably not comfortable in going deeper than he did, but for people who are going through the same challenges, it would make him more relatable. All in all, I loved it!




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