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AGS motivates Kathu business people

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Motivational Christian speaker, My-an Subrayan, visited Kathu on 19 October 2017 as the guest of the AGS church in Kathu.
Myan Subrayan is a writer, speaker and life coach to both businesses and sports teams.
The AGS church invited a select group of business people from Kathu to a sump-tuous breakfast at the Namakwari Lodge to attend Mr Subrayan's presentation on rais-ing confidence in business and how to transform oneself into thinking, acting and planning positively in order to take one's bu-siness to a different level.
Mr Subrayan has written books and bio-graphies for Springboks Pierre Spies and Jannie de Beer, for Bafana Bafana's Delron Buckley, for the All Black's Inga Tuigamala and for the Olympic gold medallist Chad Le Clos.
He has successfully worked with  profes-sional rugby teams such as the Lions, the Southern Kings and the Warriors, the Dol-phins cricket team, the Amazulu and Ama Tuks soccer teams and with various olym-pic athletes like Chad le Clos, Wayde van Niekerk, Luvo Manyonga and Akani Simbi-
ne.
From his presentation, it was clear that Mr Subrayan had made a meticulous study of the psyche of the Afrikaner, homing in on the subtleties of the Afrikaner culture and humour.
He gave a very pleasant and entertaining account of his previous experience with well-known celebrities and sports teams and highlighted the importance of personal confidence, a positive mind set, marketing skills and financial prudence.
Mr Subrayan said that PRIDE stands for personal responsibility in delivering excel-lence. He also advised that one must be careful of what one says about oneself, because in the power of the tongue lies life and death.
He also referred to rejection, direction and resurrection. It suggests changing the direction of one's under-performing busi-ness so as to completely revitalise it.
In conclusion, Mr Subrayan urged all pre-sent to be the change in South Africa.
Mr Subrayan has published several moti-vational books, three of which are available in Afrikaans.