Workshop One: Own Your Challenges!

On 6 March, 2019, in Training, by Cindy Pivacic

Lifestyle Skills Management which include:

Workshop One:

Own Your Challenges!

There are potentially numerous issues that could create setbacks in a person’s personal life which can also carry over to their work life.

It can be detrimental to their well-being, if not addressed.

By addressing a setback and collaborating with management and employees, a positive change can be made, which will lead to behavioural change, and safeguard against loss of revenue and absenteeism.

I equip individuals/employees with effective methods in:

Becoming resilient.

How to motivate themselves.

When and why to terminate a troublesome project.

Explore alternative options of accountability.

How to cope with failing.

Take back their Balance & Bounce

Success isn’t a result of spontaneous combustion. You must set yourself on fire. – Arnold Glasgow-

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Positive Living – Skills Projects

On 14 March, 2013, in Skills Projects, by Cindy Pivacic

PROJECT 1:  Computer Skills Income Initiative

PROJECT 2: Training: Support Group Facilitator

                           ~Quality Living Course~


The objective in  founding AID My Journey is to play a major role in the transformation of how HIV and AIDS is managed, providing valuable structured programmes on  HIV and AIDS and programmes used to enhance employers and employees:


“Educate and empower people by providing local life skills programmes that promotes positive values, healthy habits, and education – resulting in real life power.”


Computer Skills Income Initiative: AID My Journey-Support requires computers and laptops to support this valuable initiative.


These will be put to good use in teaching individuals living with the HI virus that have either been retrenched due to ill health or left their livelihood once they became ill, some basic computer skills.


This initiative is to empower persons to prepare small business plans, quotes, letters and essential admin skills etc. in order to generate an income for themselves.


We plan to communicate these skills through various resources and then have the donated computers available to these persons to pursue their earnings from our premises.


AID My Journey-Support has been kindly offered the services of a local Durban College to teach individuals some of these skills.


Training: Support Group Facilitator – Quality Living Course is a valuable initiative that will encourage individuals to share this much needed information and in time assist in removing the stigma attached to the virus.


This initiative is to motivate and empower individuals to take this course information back to their communities and potentially generate an income for themselves by facilitating their own courses.


Should you wish to support this initiative in any way, we would be most grateful for your support.


There will be acknowledgment of the support via newspapers, website and other social media platforms acknowledging your role in the development of this project.


Many Thanks.




AID My Journey-Support a Non-Profit Organisation (NPO 093-243) based in KwaZulu Natal aims to assist individuals living with the HI virus to empower themselves by generating an ongoing income to sustain their wellbeing.


Support our Skills Initiative Projects – sms the word ‘THINK’ to 38665 to donate R10.00


The Projects are namely;


1)      Computer Skills Initiative

2)      Training Support Group Facilitator


Many Thanks