December 11

50% of what you spend on The Wild Card will go to the Nelson Mandela Children’s Fund


Mandela Children Fund“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”  Nelson Mandela

Mandela’s life was an extraordinary one and we all have moments we remember when he touched our hearts, our minds, our souls.  I personally recall standing in a long snaking queue around South Africa House, Trafalgar Square, London to cast my vote for him, for change, for hope, for our futures.  We then danced joyously with total strangers in Trafalgar Square.  What a great day, what a great memory.

And as we mourn his passing and celebrate his life, his legacy will live on in so many ways.  I believe in education, especially for children.  The children are our future and with this in mind, I thought the best gift we can give is to support the Nelson Mandela Children’s Fund.

The festive season is approaching and as we prepare for what we want our world to look like, the personal changes we would like to make and what we want in 2014 for ourselves, our family, our friends, our community I though I would put out a special offer.

50% Off The Wild Card for your and yours – and 50% of what you pay will go the Nelson Mandela Children’s Fund.

The course is made up of 8 video segments of around ten minutes each and is all about building your Personal Brand.  This means you get to do it in your own time, at your own pace, wherever you are in the world.  And if it’s not for you, it makes a perfect gift for anyone who is making a career change, needs to get ahead in their career, or is keen on self-development in preparation of 2014.

And I shall be reporting back to you to let you know of the full amount we collectively raised and donated to the fund early in January.


P.S. The offer is valid until December the 31st – just click on this link or the image below and enter the Coupon Code GIVEAGIFT


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