Zoliswa Tshetshe

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Zoliswa Tshetshe was born in the Eastern Cape and grew up between Fort Beaufort and Port Elizabeth where most of her early days experiences took place. She later relocated to Johannesburg in search of greener pastures. This is where she met up with the core of her authentic self. A purpose driven and highly inspired individual, her passion for people development has come through in her quest to strive towards excellence in every aspect of her career life. She worked as Head of Human Resources for a renewable energy multinational company at the time when the call to start writing came. Zoliswa holds a Psychology graduate with postgraduate studies in Management and a Master of Business Administration. She is inspired by true life stories and women empowerment. She is a director of Girl Power, an NPO whose purpose is to inspire young women to be the best that they can be through various interventions. She is a dream builder, NLP coach, Negative Emotional Therapy Practitioner, Personal Transformation and Life Coach as well as inspirational speaker.

Smashwords Interview

What are your five favorite books, and why?
My five favorite books would be:
- Feel the fear, and do it anyway by Susan Jeffers;
- You were born rich by Bob Proctor;
- Conversations with God by Neale Donald Walsch
- The Eye of the I by Dr. David Hawkins
- Remembering the Light Within by Mary & Ronald Hulnick
What is your e-reading device of choice?
The kindle on my iPhone may be a smaller screen but I am more attached to it than the one on my iPad. I suppose the secret is that I carry it almost everywhere. I even read it under the sheets if I cannot fall asleep. I agree, I am obsessed,
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Books

I Serve
Price: $7.99 USD. Words: 26,780. Language: English. Published: September 6, 2018. Categories: Nonfiction » Religion & Spirituality » Spiritual awakening
Are you alive? Then, this book is for you. Awaken your spirituality! In I Serve, Zoliswa relays a set of life’s events whose interpretation changed as she unlocked her prison – the mind. She shares real life experiences that held her imprisoned and relays a story of victory as she reached a turning point in her state of mind.

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