Nimee Dhuloo is a published author and blogger who connects with the hearts and minds of her readers. A lifelong learner herself, she is fueled by educating others. Informed by years of experience and a willingness to influence and motivate people, her books nudge our conscience, inspires change and creates a platform for self-growth, introspection and transformative leadership development.
Education is the most important necessity in life. It provides opportunities to become all you can be and gives you purpose and passion for the future. It allows us to make a positive contribution to the world through our unique skills and talents. Not everyone is afforded the privilege of an education. I believe in the investment in personal growth and my goal is to create a platform where your contributions fund scholarships which create a better future for deserving learners so that they can provide a future for themselves, their families and their communities.
“Another thought-provoking publication by Nimee Dhuloo!
Her remarkable ability to have mapped corporate and strategic principles and frameworks to ones personal life, provided such a clever and personally challenging reading experience. Having been in the corporate world myself for decades, I had never considered applying such simple concepts to my personal life – so ingenious! The remarkable ability to connect Nimee’s years of corporate experience with her continued passion for people and human development, has resulted in the creation of this brilliant motivational book. The analogy of what makes companies great, leads one on a mindful journey to question aspects of what makes each person successful and fulfilled within themselves. The inclusion of the Journal makes it REAL!. Something you can consider, apply, implement and reinforce.
Compelling and downright crafty!”
Beverley Furman, Head of Operations and Change, Strate S.A
“I really enjoyed reading this book. I have edited a number of books that cover similar subjects, but your approach is fresh and lively and motivating.
This is a self-help book that takes the unusual approach of conversation – and it works. The information is clear and accessible, and delivered in a context that makes it feel personal and imperative. By the end of the book, I was keen to make some changes to my own life using the four nuggets introduced in the book.”
Jane Harley, Boutique Books
“I found the book to be great reading, relevant and relatable.”
Zainab Seria, Executive Legal and Corporate relations, Ithuba National Lottery: South Africa
“Living on Purpose is a profoundly intentional book that asks meaningful questions of one’s consciousness and subsequent evolution of self. It is a dialogue that one ought to have with one’s higher self, as a matter of course. I was reminded of Neale Donald Walsch’s “Conversations with God” yet subtly prompted to acknowledge that the content in “Living on Purpose” can easily be adapted for use in everyday life, from managing personal relationships to practicing authenticity in the boardroom.