Positive sentiment? How does one get it these days?
This term is defined by what it's not.
"Positive sentiment" has nothing to do with turning a blind eye to reality.
However, if you have positive sentiment you can more easily solve problems.
Chris Botha, Group Managing Director at Park Advertising, tells The Money Show how it works, and what influences attitude.
Try this, next time conversation at the braai turns bitter.
South Africans are the most confidently wrong nation in the world.Chris Botha, Group Managing Director - Park Advertising
Listen to the interview below.
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