Thought for the Day 24 July, 2017

Thought for the Day 24 July 2017

My wife and I were in Cape Town, on business, from Thursday until Sunday so I missed the thoughts for Thursday and Friday. Not that I wasn’t having any thoughts, but they were about the business activities, so they are probably not appropriate to this forum. Now it’s late on Monday and I have been playing catch-up so this post will only get to you tomorrow.

In Cape Town we stayed Thursday night in a hotel and Friday and Saturday nights in an apartment that we booked through airbnb. Purely, by coincidence, the managing agent who met us at the apartment was a fellow author named Michael Smorenburg. I recognized his name from a Facebook Group we both belong to and we had an interesting chat about writing and the challenges it brings. He has written a number of books and I’m planning to read all of them and then review them on Amazon. He gave me a bit of an overview of a couple and they sound enthralling and intriguing. I think I am going to enjoy them. I looked Michael up on Amazon and found his author page at Michael Smorenburg. Check him out there – he’s definitely worth a read.

Anyway, this chance meeting leads to my thought for Monday 24th July.

“Everything happens for a reason!”

I don’t know yet what the reason for this particular meeting is, but I’m sure there will be one. And, when I find out I’m pretty sure it will help both of us. I’ll let you know how it turns out.

Life is sometimes stranger than fiction.

Cheers, Dave

About Dave Macfie

Dave Macfie is the General Manager and Lead Consultant of Unique Advantage South Africa, a consulting company specializing in creating unique business advantage from purpose, analysis, insight, alignment and action. Dave’s qualifications include a double honors degree in mathematics and physics and a post graduate certificate in education. (Cum Laude) His career spans forty five years of experience in IT, business, property development and high school teaching. He lives in Johannesburg, South Africa with his wife Sandi and three of his seven children. Dave loves addressing business performance challenges, reading, writing fiction and non-fiction, gardening and spending time with his family.

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