Afrospection with Fortune Kangueehi
Namibia’s first Master Chef South Africa contestant and the Managing Partner at 99FM, Fortune Kangueehi shares here her learnings and lessons from the past year, her self examination from Africa… her Afrospection.
Q: How would you describe your 2017?
A: Not for the faint hearted!
Q: What was something good that came out of 2017?
A: Not wasting a good recession.
Q: What challenged you in 2017 and how did you overcome this challenge? (Advice you could share with us for overcoming challenges)
A: The dip in the economy was very challenging from a business perspective but we survived because of sheer resilience and making the tough decisions it took to make it to the other side.
Q: What was your favourite Art in 2017? Theatre, music, movie, artist or art collection…
A: The Drakensberg Boys Choir performances I saw earlier this year, they were truly phenomenal.
Q: What was your biggest health and wellness learning of 2017?
A: That the body is capable of anything, it’s just a matter of consistency. Also fitness is 80% diet and 20% exercise.
Q: What was your biggest personal development learning of 2017?
A: That I am capable of anything I put my mind to.
As for the Holidays…
Q: What is your favourite food in December?
A: Anything barbecue.
Q: What is your favourite Namibian destination?
Q: What book should we all be reading?
A: The Accidental Creative by Todd Henry.
Q: Where do you find your inspiration?
A: My children inspire me to the best that I can be.
Q: What is your mantra for life?
A: This too shall pass.
Q: What is your wish for the world for 2018?
A: World peace.
Q: What is your wish for Namibia for 2018?
A: To decrease our GBV stats.
Q: What is your wellness goal for 2018?
A: To get fitter and eat healthier.