AMBASSADOR – SEAN LUBBE Sean Lubbe is Director of EASIBILITY, a company that offers the solution for Strategic planning for business, non-profits and individuals. We got the opportunity to ask Sean some questions about his SPICE4LIFE, and why he is so MARVEL-lous. My SPICE4LIFE, the thing that I love to do, share, be… …is being part of change. I would like my kids one day to be able to tell people that their dad was part of making South Africa into the world leading country it is. I was inspired to do what I do because … …I cannot sit by when people are looking for solutions and I can provide them. I define success as follows … …being able to look back at the end and feel pride, not regret. My main contribution to the business is … …solutions, energy and inspiration. My best “switch-off” strategy is … …playing competitive sport – pulling on my Mr. Hyde cap and allowing instinctual physical challenges to take over. The leadership qualities I most admire are … …inspiring people to greater heights than even they thought possible. The thing that gets me through the tough times… …complete mental control of every aspect of life. My life’s motto is … …’life I love you, all is groovy’. The thing I wish for the most is … …to be able to tackle all my aims without having to worry about financial issues. Do you consider yourself a superhero? Why/Why not? No. My superpower is still not properly developed, and I can’t fly. Well, we think that you MARVEL-lous! So…. If you could choose one person to call on when ‘in battle’, who would it be? Albert Einstein What was the toughest battle you ever had to over come? Being officially informed by medical personnel that I was now disabled, had lost the use of my left arm, and that I should accept this status. When did you officially become a hero… when was your big break? When the Botswana Women’s Association voted me as their HIV counsellor of choice. My big break was teaching a stutterer how to overcome her fears and become an acknowledged public speaker, despite 8 previous years of psychiatry and neurological treatment being ineffective. What does your super suit look like? No idea. What I can tell you is it’s not skin-tight. The colours would probably be orange…and black. What is your secret weapon that you save to help you against only the toughest of villains? The ability to change the villains’ mind, averting his nefarious aims. If there was only one place in the world you could save, where would it be? Obviously wherever my kids are. The need to protect loved ones is instinctive and overriding. What do you do when you are not saving the world? Reading – or ‘uploading mental software’ and playing sport. Neither come with major parameters; all kinds of books and all kinds of sport. If we had to repay you for saving the world, how would we celebrate? By going off to Rio De Janeiro, and playing beach soccer at two ‘o clock in the morning. What is your ultimate superpower? To be able to talk to anyone, be they a depressed housewife or a psychopathic serial killer, get them to listen to me properly and change their thinking. What is the “thing” that you think we need in order to save the world? Forgiveness and understanding. Madiba showed us – we now know what it takes to turn around an impossible situation. All violence comes about because of the need for vengeance. My superhero mantra is… Listen… Find out more about OUR PARTNERS & AMBASSADORS Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.