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“The problem with the world is that the intelligent people are full of doubts. While the stupid ones are full of confidence.” – Charles Bukowski

Launching our first DEGREE in 2021!


This comprehensive degree programme emphasises the theories and principles of business management and how they are applied to the commercial worlds of sport and leisure. The programme has a strong emphasis on leadership, emotional intelligence and communication, ensuring you of the knowledge and skills needed to lead and manage others. Sport and Leisure studies include subjects like sports law, sport sociology, legal and ethical issues in sport, sport development and transformation. In your final year you can choose exciting electives such as sport commentary, sport reporting, sport tourism, event management, athlete representation or facility management. Fact sheet can be downloaded here

Intrigued? Join us in Feb 2021 for our first intake! Read more here

Recommended reading

Surviving to Thriving – Mental Toughness (Steve Harris)

Chapter 1. WHY SURVIVING TO THRIVING? (Continued from last week)

Significance – become better people

The words that come to the fore to describe significance, and in my mind with these you become a better person, are decency, service, compassion, volunteering, charitable giving and making a positive difference. i.e. you let your humanity shine through.

Seek new knowledge

The first of three action items on my list to become better people is to seek the knowledge and skills that makes you relevant, then you move on to becoming remarkable and finally rare. For more details on this, refer to chapter nine on competence.

Help those less fortunate

The second is to help those less fortunate.  For example, think of the work tennis legend, Roger Federer, has undertaken in poor communities. Yes, Federer gave money; however, more significantly, he practiced effective altruism in his philanthropic journey by becoming personally engaged in the effort to create a virtuous cycle. For more on this topic you may want to read about Good Ventures in The Business of Changing the World (Kumar, 2019). Their mission is to help humanity thrive. The book exposes you to options where markets created by rich and middle-class people can be leveraged and expanded to provide services for the poor.

What do you feel about becoming more significant?  Write to us and let us know.


Dr Steve Harris eta College CEO


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