The Drop that changed my Life
The talk owes its origin to an incident that took place one night 17 years ago, when Shoni Khangala was busy practicing Sign Language. Shoni attended sign language classes for a full year (two evenings per week), the same year he was also studying for a Master’s Degree – for which he graduated as Top Student!
The event that took place on that night has become an awesome metaphor for the lessons shared in this talk.
The talk teaches us to take cognisance of even the most seemingly insignificant occurrences that take place on a day to day basis in our lives. It encourages us to not wait for the big shifts or major disturbances in order to make certain life changing decisions in our lives.
It is a reminder that sometimes the small things that we take for granted could have major life changing implications.
About Shoni Khangala
Shoni Khangala uses some of his most fascinating, unique and dynamic skills to deliver powerful messages to his audiences. With competency in the use of a martial art weapon which he learnt at the age of 10, in juggling, and in Sign Language , Shoni offers out-of-the-box skills in delivering high-impact messages, which takes the audience out of their comfort zone – whilst leaving a long-lasting impact on them!
He is the Founder and CEO of Potential Exponents.
Shoni has the most unique experience of having worked for two World Heritage Sites, which are visible from each other (i.e. Robben Island Museum and Table Mountain National Park). During his tenure at Robben Island, he had the pleasure of meeting Mr Nelson Mandela on three occasions.
Shoni has two Master’s Degrees: one in Marketing from Heriot-Watt University’s Edinburgh Business School in Scotland; and the other one in Tourism Development and Management from New Buckinghamshire University (formerly Buckinghamshire Chilterns University College) (Top Student); a Post Graduate Diploma in Marketing from the Institute of Marketing Management (IMM) (Top Student).
He is a Certified Life and Business Master Coach and Licensed Coach Trainer.
Shoni is conversant in 11 South African languages, plus Sign Language.
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