Dear Young People: Get out of the gender and race debates and don’t take career advice from feminists, socialists, marxists, politicians, and all other activists on TV

To learn how to start your own brand product, purchase a copy of the “90 Days to Create & Launch” book.

I often say to young people that to stay productive, they should not listen to people over 40 who have achieved prestige and are ever complaining and condemning “structures” in society.

Most of these people’s favourite topics are race and gender.

Why should you not listen to them? These people knew the societal challenges when they were 25.

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3 Innovation Lessons from Elon Musk: Innovation Guidelines from Tesla and SpaceX | Book

This is an excerpt from my 9th book ‘Innovate Like Elon Musk.’ Purchase it on Amazonhere if you are in South Africa, or, visit South African bookstores.

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In this section, we will look at some of the explicit instances that indicate innovative business manoeuvres and first-principle innovations employed by Elon Musk’s companies. Some portray material-to-proprietary innovation, and others are marginal improvements.

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Book – Innovate Like Elon Musk: Easily Participate in Innovation with Guidelines from Tesla and SpaceX, By Tiisetso Maloma

Find this book on Amazon, my webstore (if you’re in South Africa),, or in South African bookstores (Bargain Books, Exclusive Books, Protea, etc.)

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This short book shows how anyone can innovate through a simple framework illustrated through Elon Musk’s companies: Tesla, PayPal and SpaceX.

These innovation strategies can be adapted for simple and complex innovations.

The book introduces the concept of “material-to-proprietary novelty,” one of Tiisetso Maloma’s coined frameworks, which explains different degrees of innovation.

Through the lens of this framework, Tiisetso demonstrates how Musk has transformed groundbreaking ideas into great advancements across industries, including finance, automotive, and space travel.

The book weaves together the framework and Musk’s innovation tactics, providing readers with a simple-yet-deeper understanding.

By examining Musk’s strategies within this framework, the book illustrates their adaptability and potential for readers’ own innovation aspirations.

Why Humans Will Always Be Better Writers than ChatGPT: How to Beat AI

Image by Miran Lesnik

I hope this heading is arrogant enough. Beat that, ChatGPT!

This is where I explain what ChatGPT is. In short, I asked it to do so.

It replied: “ChatGPT uses deep learning to generate text responses. It’s trained on a large amount of text data and uses that information to predict what the next word in a sentence should be, based on the context. It uses this information to generate a response to a given prompt or input.”

ChatGPT is like Google, which went to a private school in Britain: It explains in detail in one go.

Now that we’ve got that out of the way, thanks, ChatGPT.

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Free Book – How to Make and Import Products from China and the World

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This is a supplementary booklet to my book ‘90 Days to Create & Launch: It is the Easiest, Cheapest and Quickest Time in History to be an Entrepreneur and Innovator.’

I’ve written the booklet with the help of several product makers and importers.

South African Author Starts and Names A Church After Jordan Peterson with the Assistance of ChatGPT

Logo for The Lobster Church of Jordan Peterson

Join the church’s Facebook page here. Please note this is a satirical article.

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My name is MacDonald Maloka. I am joined today by the author of ‘Introducing Ubuntu Stoicism’, Mr Tiisetso Maloma. He is, bizarrely, starting and naming a church after Dr Jordan Peterson.

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Question (MacDonald): What is going on? Why are you starting and naming a church after Jordan Peterson?

Answer (Tiisetso Maloma):

I’ve always wanted to start a church. I guess it comes from being a South African.

The country is blessed with many churches and successful charismatic pastors. Of course, a lot of them are from outside the country.

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Ubuntu Philosophy Explained | Introducing Ubuntu Stoicism excerpt

Ubuntu is a derived meaning of humanity’s humility among the Nguni and Bantu tribes and their languages.

The term ‘Ubuntu’ is in South Africa’s Xhosa and Zulu (Nguni languages). It is so in Rwanda’s Kinyarwanda and Kirundi languages also.

It is ‘botho’ in Sesotho, Sepedi (my language) and Setswana. It is unhu in Zimbabwe’s Shona. In Namibia’s Herero it is omundu. In Democratic Republic of Congo’s Kongo, it is kimutu. It goes on and on in many bantu languages.

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What is Stoicism | Background | Introducing Ubuntu Stoicism

This is an excerpt from the book ‘Introducing Ubuntu Stoicism’. Buy it on Amazon. Order here if in South Africa – or visit your nearest bookstore.

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Stoicism was founded by the philosopher Zeno of Citium in 3rd century BC. It was first named Zenonism but was soon changed to Stoicism.

The name ‘Stoicism’ derives from Stoa Poikile, ancient Greek for ‘painted porch’. It is literally renamed after a type of porch where Zeno and his followers gathered to discuss Zenonism ideas.

As such, it is sometimes referred to as ‘philosophy of the porch.’

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