Tomson is the author of “The Code: The Power of ‘I Will’”.
Description on Amazon:
How to convert the power of “I Will” into a life-changing mantra.
The 12 stories in this book, taken from Tomson’s own life experiences in and out of the surfing world, offer the simple message ― I Will ― as a model to face life’s challenges and help you achieve your goals.
All you need is encouragement to find your voice and commit yourself to positive values.
The stories resonate with positivity and hope for the future, and are infused with the belief that, even in the darkest time, light shines ahead to show you the way forward.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).
Business – like sport – is a hard taskmaster.— Shaun Tomson
We need to be face to face with one another instead of through a digital device.— Shaun Tomson
I didn’t know whether my story would resonate in places such as Katlehong.— Shaun Tomson
We have a responsibility to help others.— Shaun Tomson
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