Terrique Faro


"Born in Cape Town, I love my city and am proudly South African. I am firstly African. But I am also a woman. I am young. I am enthusiastic, creative and passionate. I am most passionate about coaching and mentoring young people and being part of alleviating poverty in our society. I hold many titles, namely digital marketer, writer, brand strategist and small business owner. However, I do not limit myself to these titles. I am passionate about life and living my purpose here and now. I value relationships and look forward to seeing the difference and impact that I can make in society." - Terrique Faro
Articles by Terrique:

Education is empowerment—a chance to pursue your dreams and make a better life for yourself. But it's more than that. Education has the power to change the world and make it a better place.

Today's world is digital, which means that we are moving more and more to digital platforms in the modern world. Computers have become essential tools for many facets of life, from work and education to personal leisure.

You've probably heard of the success stories of people who found their jobs through networking. But you might have also heard that it's not a reliable way to find work. Who's right?

Let's face it - you've already read that networking is the most successful way to find a job. When it comes to getting a job, you're your own brand, and all the parts of your life - your experiences, strengths, weaknesses, and even your attitude -are going to come into play. 

At Khulisane Academy, they want to be your skills development provider of choice. The success of Khulisane Academy is founded on professionalism, service excellence, honesty, integrity and compliance. They currently have some great price savings on 4 of their qualifications if you register,apply and pay before the end of June 2022. You don't want to miss out!

Soft skills are the personality traits that allow us to make friends and get things done, both at work and in life. These skills range from being a good listener to managing our time effectively. By building up our soft skills throughout our careers, we can enhance our professional relationships and maximize our opportunities for success. What is it that keeps us from getting what we want? And how can we fix it?

Soft skills can be hard to pin down. We all know we need to work on them, but we don't all have the same definition of what they are. A quick search online will turn up dozens of lists and articles with different definitions for soft skills, with many overlapping areas. But that's the beauty of soft skills - no matter where you are in your career, you can use them to propel yourself forward in your professional life.

Taxpayers are required to pay taxes on their income, and each taxpayers tax rate will differ. For example, taxpayers that work for a company may be taxed differently than someone who works as an independent contractor. All taxpayers are required to pay their taxes each year, and if they do not, they will be subject to penalties and fees.

If you did not already know, you can now file your tax returns online via eFiling or SARS mobile services. SARS eFiling is a free, online process for the submission of returns and declarations and other related services. Taxpayers registered for eFiling can engage with SARS online for the submission of returns and declarations and payments in respect of taxes, duties, levies and contributions.

Deviare, is striving to propel Africa into the future global economy by helping organisations and individuals build capability and capacity for digital transformation. This can be achieved by providing a range of solutions that assist African organisations improve their efficiency, productivity and competitiveness in today's dynamic, digital business environment.

When I think about our company culture, I think about how we do things around the office. And I mean that in the broadest sense of the term - how we interact with customers, how we deal with new employees, how we approach difficult tasks and problems. Culture is a strong word and can mean a lot of things.

Company culture is a nebulous thing to talk about, but it's incredibly important to the long-term success of your business. It's the way you do things around work. It can be as simple as how you handle vacation or sick days, or whether your office has a strict dress code, or if you take the time to celebrate successes together. For many people, company culture is their favourite part of what they do - it's a key element in employee satisfaction and retention.

Your company culture is made up of your people, practices, and philosophy. Your people are your employees and customers, who can be very different but are important to the experience you provide in all ways. Your practices are the things you do that affect how your business works, like how you communicate and how you run meetings. And your philosophy is the set of values that guide everything you do in a way that supports your mission.

Small business financing options are available to help your startup, but it’s not easy to get funding if you don’t have a long business history or the right credit rating. 

Business growth is key to the success of any small business. It's important to remain consistent as you start to grow your company, and make sure you focus on areas that will offer the biggest gains. 

It's important to be aware of your business' weaknesses and strengths so that you can improve on areas that offer the most potential. Improved cash flow, proper marketing and customer service can be the difference between staying open or going out of business.

World Health and Safety Day is the world’s flagship health and safety day. A growing number of organisations recognise this day as an opportunity to promote their health and safety culture.  Health and safety is an important part of any workplace.

World Health and Safety Day (WHSD) is celebrated each year to promote safety, health and well-being at work. Join us as we highlight the benefits of integrating a health and safety culture into your organisation.

You know that there is a connection between resilience and well-being in the workplace. Resilient workers experience less stress, are more resilient and less susceptible to burnout, have better mental health, are less absent, and generally perform better than their colleagues who are not resilient. Luckily resilience is a skill that you can learn and develop.

Personal development is a broad topic that covers a lot of ground. But if you had to break it down into categories, you would see that in all things we do have five areas of personal development. Those five areas are mental, social, spiritual, emotional, and physical.

Investing in your personal development is hard to do, at least on your own. A lot of us fail to see the importance of investing in our personal development. This is why many people are stuck with a job they hate and settling for a lifestyle that is far from being ideal.