DESTINY MAN MAGAZINE MONTHLY PR UPDATE- Nov/Dec 2010 1. In this issue…. Change is inevitable. Change is constant. The only thing guaranteed is that there’ll be change. This was the recurring theme at the first DESTINY MAN Power Dinner, attended by 40 of you loyal, engaged and committed readers. DESTINY MAN is over a year old now. It’s established itself as a publication that both reflects and guides the professional South African man, exploring all aspects of your lives. The foundation that exists is the platform from which our new Features Editor, Mzolisi Witbooi, and I interact with the world. Sometimes it’s necessary to revisit that core and make sure all that was laid down is still as it should be. A house with a wobbly foundation is doomed to collapse eventually. The men within these pages understand this. In their pursuit of excellence in their chosen fields, they continue to look to the basics to ensure that they remain on the right track. Where a change in strategy is required, they do so decisively. These men, like the one in our cover story, Sandile Zungu, understand that it’s not a sprint, but a marathon. These men, like those in our Power of 40 supplement, recognise the need to focus and build from the single thread that set them on their way. These men are a reflection of you. You understand this. Enjoy! KOJO 2. Cover Stories HIS OWN MAN Surprisingly, for a man who’s been under unsympathetic scrutiny by the media, Sandile Zungu neither dictates what we may ask him nor designates any no-go zones. COMPANY BUSINESS It’s generally not a great idea to hook up with a colleague. But how should you do damage control if it happens? ROCK-A-BYE ROSS With the release of Prime Circle’s latest album, Jekyll & Hyde, frontman Ross Learmonth discusses his love/hate relationship with the music industry and being a guest judge on M-Net’s Idols POWER OF 40 We showcase SA’s top 40 men who’ve made remarkable strides in their respective fields and have impacted on their industries in a way that sets the foundation for continued growth and achievement. 3. Also in this issue Tuning into Your Inner Critic The inner critic breeds self-doubt, often crippling your chances of accomplishing your goals. Learn how to shut out and shut up those negative gremlins. Love Thyself Spending time with Palmela Handerson has plenty of physical and psychological benefits – and a couple of potential drawbacks, too. Designs for Living Justin van Breda (35) is the founder and Creative Director of JVB Furniture Collection, which was launched in London and now has stores in Johannesburg and Cape Town. National Treasure As the embodiment of South African tradition, Ladysmith Black Mambazo (LBM) have graced our hearts and stages with their stirring melodies for five decades. Woman Go Groove! Claire Johnston and her band Mango Groove dominated the local entertainment industry in the early Nineties. A decade later, they’re showing no signs of slowing down! 6 Live-longer Strategies We all want to live forever, so here are six simple lifestyle fixes to add years to your stay on earth. Show-stopper Fun, flawless and fabulous Mirriam Ngomani is making her mark in the modelling world, breaking into the film industry – and turning heads while she’s at it! Many Happy Returns Owning a football club is the best investment model to help you shed your unwanted millions in no time – but is it worth it? 4. In every issue… POWERHOUSE Q&A Essential business intelligence for smart working men NOTEBOOK Global business, political and social highlights SPIRIT NOTES Emotional intelligence for a prosperous life POWER PLAYERS We showcase the glitteratti of SA at various events. HEALTH SPY We give you the latest trends in fitness and health. DOWNTIME The latest in movies, music and gadgets. 5. Competitions & Promotions Win of two luxurious weekend-aways worth R24 600! Two DESTINY MAN readers can each win a two-night stay for two at Emperors Palace Resort worth R12 300 each! For more details, visit: http://www.destinyman.com. Win DIOR Homme sunglasses worth R11 940! Six DESTINY MAN users will win DI0R Homme Black Tie 89/S sunglasses worth R1 990 each! Simply register on http://www.destinyman.com and activate your profile from 20 October until 15 December 2010. Subscribe and you could win one of 37 NIVEA FOR MEN Revitalising Q10 skin care hampers worth R538 each! Subscribe to DESTINY MAN before 15 December 2010 and you could win a NIVEA FOR MEN Revitalising Q10 skin care hamper worth R538! For more details, visit: http://www.destinyman.com. Write in and win! The writer of this month’s winning letter receives a luxurious picnic set as well as a case of KWV 10 Year Old, worth R2 600.
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