Cracking the Code for Men and Women

Cracking the Code for Women and Men

Mat Bogs shares relationship techniques that are universal in their information.

The reason being is that we all want to have better relationships with our loved ones.  We even want better relationships at work.

Here are the universal truths that he addresses: 

Give Patience, Give Compassion, Give Attention.

Last week I covered Patience.

To learn compassion is not easy. We think it’s sympathy and a sign of weakness to give and accept compassion. Not so.  It takes strength, kindness and understanding to show compassion to another person.  

The best way to do this is learn their back story. 

You do not need to divulge into TMI, Too Much Information!

GIVE compassion can be to  a person or employee who is in that “dark night of the soul,”

You know, those periods when everything seems to crumble beneath your feet. Principles that help you find peace and healing even in the darkest of moments. Try to realize their pain..  For those who are experiencing a difficult time even at work, we want to seek support.   Next recognize your grief and other emotions. It’s important to accept it. 

Cracking the Man code EBOOK GIFT:

I believe that my supervisor expressed anger because it was impossible for him to be compassionate or show empathy to me - because it is not “ appropriate “ in his old fashioned world to be compassionate with an “ employee “. As a result of his old ways.. he lost one of the best sales gals ever!

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OPEN THE HEART CENTER ❤️💘 Great free classes to calm yourself and others. Perfect for learning COMPASSION 


South African wines

Madame May de Lencquesaing is La Chatelaine for one of the most prestigious  Bordeaux vineyards today. She travelled the world and discovered the amazing diversity of terroir.  She dreamed of a new adventure outside of France. In 2003, after visiting many vineyards, she recognised the exciting potential of Glenelly Estate on the lower slopes of the Simonsberg Mountain. She bought Glenelly Estate because she believed in South Africa’s soil, microclimate and potential for quality wines.  More importantly she wanted to continue the French heritage of winemaking in South Africa that goes back more than three centuries.

In 2003, at the age of 78, May de Lencquesaing, then owner of the famous Château Pichon Longueville Comtesse de Lalande, a Grand Cru Classé from Pauillac, Bordeaux, purchased the estate, part of the original Ida’s Valley farm, granted in 1682 by Simon van der Stel. With a nod to the French Huguenot settlers 300 years before, she set about planting vines to replace the existing fruit trees, realising her vision of establishing a thriving winery that best utilises the soils and microclimate of the valley and supports local economic development and the community.


  • Lady May

    Estate Reserve
    Chardonnay butterscotch on the nose. The palate is lush and the creamy texture is underpinned with beautiful mineral notes of toasted almond and vanilla. The finish is fresh with great minerality and with a nervous energy about it.
  • The Estate Reserve Cabernet  is the signature red blend of Glenelly. It combines the rich and savoury character of the Syrah (pepper and spices) with Cabernet  Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot. The blend is different with every vintage.
  • Our premium range features a beautiful red Bordeaux blend and a wooded Chardonnay. These wines show good ageing potential but are ready to be enjoyed as they are now.

  • Glass Collection

  • Private Cellar Club



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