Get over it! Learning how to overcome challenges is a key skill for entrepreneurial success. What do you do when life knocks you down? Do you get back up or give up? Property Point, a Growthpoint Properties initiative, takes a look at turning obstacles into opportunities at its latest not-to-be-missed To The Point session. Guest presenter, Prof Shirley Zinn is Group Head of Human Resources at Woolworths Holdings Limited. She is also the author of Swimming Upstream: A Story of Grit and Determination to Succeed, an autobiography that was listed among the best-sellers in 2016. Zinn’s passion for life and people development has led her to share her story to as many people as she can, and this month she will start a conversation, and share her experience and wisdom, with everyone in attendance at Property Point’s To The Point session. Zinn will illuminate the importance of create a balance between the wellbeing of your personal and entrepreneurial journey. A big part of this is knowing the importance of how success is defined by both personal and business matters. What’s more, she’ll provide practical insights and tools which you can apply in your business and personal life. There’ll also be time for questions, providing direct access to this inspiring successful businesswoman who has two Masters Degrees and a PhD from Harvard. Ideal for entrepreneurs and business people who are inspired to live an integrated life full of meaning and purpose, the Property Point ‘Overcoming Challenges!’ workshop will take place at the Southern Sun Hotel, Hyde Park, on Thursday, 22 June 2017. Focused on entrepreneurs as well as small and growing businesses, it will start promptly at 6:00pm and finish at 8:30pm with drinks and finger snacks being served. The investment cost is R150.00 and, as seating is limited, advance booking is essential. Online booking at http://www.propertypoint.org.za/to-the-point/ or by emailing info@propertypoint.org.za. /ends Released by: Property Point Tel: +27 (0) 11 833 0340 www.propertypoint.org.za


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