• The TSCHub Team


2020 marks the start of a new decade, and these first few months we are currently in seem to be the best moment to reflect on what you want your life to look like by the end of these coming ten years.

Whether that vision you have of yourself in 2030 is being a high-performing employee or a senior manager in a multinational company, a director in an international organization, a successful entrepreneur, or someone whose life is dedicated to a cause that positively impacts the lives of others, it is important that you set specific goals that will turn you into the version of yourself you want to see.

However, it is one thing to set goals, and another thing to be self-disciplined and intentional enough to invest the time, energy, and sometimes money needed to achieve them. Indeed, many people end up giving up on their goals for several reasons.

The most common behaviors and attitudes that prevents people from reaching their goals include procrastinating, being perfectionist, lacking patience and motivation, making excuses and fearing failures, as well as lacking discipline and confidence, and wanting to take only big steps.

Achieving goals is a process that involves taking small steps, which take you closer and closer to the final line.

In addition, there are many people, who even lack a clear vision as to why it is important for them to reach those specific goals. As CEO and Co-Founder of BetterMe points out in a Forbes article, “having a particular routine and a clear vision for your goals is crucial to achieving them.”

Bearing all these in mind and with the purpose of helping women and youth in Africa in the journey towards being a better version of themselves, Think Share & Create Hub (TSCHub) are putting together the 2020 TSCHub Challenge that will be held from 22 February 2020 to 14 March 2020. The 21-day online-based challenge is designed to help selected African men and women set goals and work towards achieving them, build self-confidence, and learn new skills.

As an initiative that will bring several young people from different African countries in one place, the 2020 TSCHub Challenge will also be a great opportunity for participants to connect, inspire and be inspired by like-minded individuals from diverse backgrounds.

Participants will also have the opportunity to set their schedule for the duration of the challenge, and get motivation, inspiration, feedback, and advice in a safe online environment where there is no pressure and no judgment, but there is a lot to learn and enjoy.

Applications to participate in the challenge are now open! Apply now at https://forms.gle/CXoDLzDz13y3ydoV9 to join this unique journey towards personal, professional and/or spiritual development. The deadline to apply is February 20th.