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"The Engineered Mind - To LEAD”

Thomas Edison said, “Thinking is the hardest work of all that’s why most people rather die than think.” The quality of your thinking determines the quality of your decisions; the quality of your decisions determine the quality of your actions and the quality of your actions determine the quality of your results and of course the quality of your results determine the quality of your life.

Quality thoughts can only be influenced by few things; listening to positive and quality messages or talks; by reading good books that share life changing experiences; personal coaching and mentoring as well as personal development interventions like time-management, goal-setting, etc.

Veli Ndaba dedicated his life in helping people gain self-awareness and identifying gaps through his well delivered and thought-provoking business and motivational talks, well -written and insightful books as well as one-on-one empowering life-coaching sessions.


My Story

My Story


Veli Ndaba – ‘The Engineered Mind – to WIN’ .

Veli Ndaba was born in Soweto, Emdeni Township. He studied National Diploma in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Johannesburg and a Bachelor of Science in Management Science at the University of South Africa. He further obtained a diploma in project management and train-the-trainer certificate while embarking on a career in the corporate world.

In 2011 he started his own business, specialising in corporate training, life and business coaching. He joined the international communication and leadership organisation, Toastmasters International.

In three years since joining, he became president of his local club and now gives motivational talks around the country. Losing parents at a very young age taught him that life is too short to be spent complaining and blaming everything instead of appreciating the taking advantage of the available opportunities.

He has dedicated his life to inspire and empower people to discover to unleash their greatness. Veli Ndaba lives in Alberton, a town situated about 20 km from Johannesburg. He is a family man; he is married to Mpumi and has two sons, Ntokozo and Sanele.


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