The Effects of Regular Exercise on Productivity

The Effects of Regular Exercise on Productivity

Here at Leads 2 Business, we strive to make sure you get the most out of your service. For many of us, exercise is one way for us to get our minds focused and our work flowing.

As someone who tries to get 1-hour exercise in a day, I know that whether it be a swift walk or a full body work out on returning to my computer, My “brain fog” is clear and I am ready for the rest of the day.

Besides the obvious benefits behind exercise (ie. Weight loss). Taking anywhere between 10-30 minutes out of your day to go for a walk outside, run or gym has its physiological benefits. Royal College of Psychiatrists published an article stating that exercise can help cope with mild depression as it lifts your mood and gives a sense of being in control and In touch with people.

For some people the Word Exercise may make them cringe at the thought of being sweaty and tired, However, you can also exercise to relax, You may be wondering how can exercise be relaxing? Alexander Pope wrote a poem called “An Essay on Man” in the year 1733-1734, saying Strength of Mind is exercise, not rest.” doing things likes Yoga can help you to realize this.

Almost any type of exercise can help your mind think freely and Creatively. Upon speaking to Darren Smit owner of IMF High Performance Centre in Ballito who studied BA spots Science at Stellenbosch and finished his BSC Honours Degree in Biokinetics at the University of Zululand, He told me that the following, “You need to value the importance of your long-term health in order to fully understand the importance of exercise, Most of the time people have a health scare before they find the time to get in the gym or outdoors and move. Regular Movement can help Keep your body at a healthy weight and your mind in a positive place, and Exercising regularly can lower the risk of disease, including type 2 diabetes and High Blood Pressure.” Darren also went on to say that exercising regularly will not only help you but help those that you interact with.

Saying that Some of our Leads 2 business ladies recently did the Spars Women’s Race (see Image above). Many of us have walking Groups that we are part of, and you will often see us walking outside for a breath of fresh air, This helps us to keep our positive attitudes when dealing with subscribers and encouraging others to subscribe as well. Being that our company is web-based and we deal with people mostly over the phone We have to make sure that we are thinking fast and clear in order to give our subscribers that best.

Here are some ways you can incorporate exercise into your day:

  • Stretch – Standing up and stretching your back and legs can increase blood flow and help your posture after you have been sitting at a desk or in a chair for a long period of time.
  • Lose the Chair – Try getting rid of your normal office chair. You may find your back may ache or your shoulders. Try sitting on a medicine ball(Stability Ball). A simple medicine ball instead of a Chair can help your core abdominal muscle and promotes better posture.
  • Take a Break – Get your blood flowing and your legs moving. Whether you stroll to the kitchen for tea or you take a walk outside and take in all the things around you. This will help you clear your mind of what stress you have and help you to refocus on things going on
Get moving today and you will be amazed as to how quickly you can feel and see a difference.

 

Sources:
imovefitness
rcpsych
An Essay on Man – Wikiquote
realsimple
livestrong
pexels

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About Caroline Crafford

I have been working at Leads 2 Business for 8 months now as a content research in the Daily Tenders department for South Africa, when I am not at work you will find me spending quality time with my husband and our beautiful daughter. You will always find a smile on my face and a snack in my bag.

Supplier Development for Construction Sector

Supplier Development for Construction Sector

Supplier Development for Construction Sector

How Construction Companies could effectively implement the Preferential Procurement and Supplier Development Element and achieve maximum points on the Scorecard.

The BBBEE Construction Sector Code, which came into effect in November 2017 stipulates that companies in the Sector must spend a calculated percentage on the Preferential Procurement and Supplier Development Element (PPSD) as well as implementing a deliberate skills transfer programme for their suppliers.

It must also be noted that “PSSD” is categorised as a “Priority Element” with a “sub-minimum of 40% of the total weighting points (excluding bonus points) of each of the three broad categories, namely ‘Preferential Procurement’, ‘Supplier Development Programmes’ and ‘Supplier Development Contributions”.

In essence, it means that a company must score a minimum of 40% of the total points afforded otherwise all its points achieved for this element will amount to zero.

The implementation of the PPSD element affords a business the single highest score on the Scorecard and it could graduate from a Level 6 B-BBEE Score to that of a Level One Contributor Status on condition that the minimum requirement for this and other similar elements have also been met as stipulated.

In essence, the PPSD is also an element for which the spend must occur prior to the end of the previous financial year before it could be included in the B-BBEE Audit.

For most companies, the end of this month would be the period on which its spend will be audited and a large number of them will lose points on the Scorecard if these “interventions” are not implemented prior to 28 February 2018.

The other big difference between the Construction Sector Code and that of its counterparts, is that Preferential Procurement and Supplier Development element does not provide for arbitrary Enterprise Development as it is in the case of the Amended Generic Codes of Good Practice, but restricts companies to only develop their own suppliers and not any other business it does not procure from.

Since the Code is highly prescriptive of what must be done it becomes critical that companies gain a full understanding of the “Preferential Procurement and Supplier Development directives” to properly plan its interventions to score maximum points under this element.

A failure to properly implement this element could lead to a company being penalised with up to 6 Contributor Levels on their Scorecard.

 

For more information please visit:

Web Site: http://taranisco.info
E-mail: advisor@taranisco.info

 

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About Gerrit Davids

Gerrit Davids is the Lead Advisor at Taranis Co Advisory with more than 20 years experience in government procurement regulations and having trained more than 2000 people on how to submit compliant tenders.

L2B Blog: The Year in Review – 10 Best Blog posts from 2017

If you have missed any of our blog posts this year, here is a monthly review of some of the best blog posts from 2017, depicted from your traffic volume:

 

 

 

The booming growth of “Commercial Construction & Renovation” happening in  South Africa.

Written By: Sasha Anderson

Publication date: 30 January 2017

Page Views: 82

Unique Page Views: 35

Average Time spent on the blog: 38 seconds

 

 

 

 

Enhance your fishing abilities to entice the big fish businesses through “Mastering the art of cold calling, tips for successful B2B Sales

Written by: Karen Garner-Savory

Publication date: 09 February 2017

Page Views: 256

Unique Page Views: 111

Average Time spent on the blog: 30 seconds

 

 

 

 

 

Providing a creative remedy for tedious daily tasks with “Innovations In Smart Home Technology

Written by: Marlaine Andersen

Publication date: 09 March 2017

Page Views: 119

Unique Page Views: 58

Average Time spent on the blog: 52 seconds

 

 

 

 

 

 

Racking your brain on the universal human need for shelter. “What is the importance of appointing an architect?

Written by: Claire Donaldson

Publication date: 13 April 2017

Page Views: 124

Unique Page Views: 48

Average Time spent on the blog: 35 seconds

 

 

 

 

 

The never-ending roadworks that we find ourselves in “Potholes and Pitfalls in civil engineering contracts

Written by: Bianca Warwick

Publication date: 11 May 2017

Page Views: 108

Unique Page Views: 67

Average Time spent on the blog: 03 Minutes and 04 Seconds

 

 

 

 

A quirky and yet vital list of “10 (or 11) tips for recruiting great Project Managers

Written by: Michelle Hosford

Publication date: 15 June 2017

Page Views: 110

Unique Page Views: 50

Average Time spent on the blog: 02 Minutes and 51 Seconds

 

 

 

 

 

Finding a favourable balance in room temperature to get the ‘ka-ching’ light bulb. “Why air conditioning can increase productivity

Written by: Jackie Van Zyl

Publication date: 13 July 2017

Page Views: 273

Unique Page Views: 112

Average Time spent on the blog: 01 Minute and 147 Seconds

 

 

 

 

 

Quenching the thirst with tools pertaining to water preservation with “Waste Water Management

Written by: Angelique De Freitas

Publication date: 24 August 2017

Page Views: 264

Unique Page Views: 114

Average Time spent on the blog: 01 Minute and 53 Seconds

 

 

 

 

 

Dealing with the complexities of preserving the environment for our future generations through “Sustainable construction with 3d Modelling

Written by: Tamika Mays

Publication date: 14 September 2017

Page Views: 198

Unique Page Views: 83

Average Time spent on the blog: 32 Seconds

 

 

 

 

 

 

Knocking down barriers without leaving a mess and extra work. Here is a guide on “How to demolish a wall the right way

Written by: Julia Smit

Publication date: 12 October 2017

Page Views: 170

Unique Page Views: 75

Average Time spent on the blog: 29 Seconds

 

 

 

We believe that each and every one of our informative blog posts making the above list and being accidentally left out, have allowed you to walk with an insurmountable amount of knowledge, filling out the gaps and providing answers to the questions you may have been too shy to ask.

May the forces be with you.

About Andile Shange

I'm a Software Developer at Leads 2 Business since 02 June 2014.

Timbavati Update: Success Story

 

Daily, we are bombarded with negative stories concerning poaching of rhino, elephants being wiped out indiscriminately all over Africa, lions being killed for their bones and leopards being systematically killed for their skins. What value does this wildlife have for us as human beings? So what if they were wiped out, surely the world would be a safer place and we now have other more sophisticated technological innovations that can more than satisfy the human soul? Wrong! If we lose the biodiversity in Africa, we as human beings are going to be a much poorer species and the slippery slope of animal extinction is the precursor to our own demise. How come we can’t make a difference with all the technology and expertise at our fingertips? Possibly greed and indifference are the two biggest enemies for biodiversity.

The rich biodiversity in Africa needs to be maintained and managed in a way that natural processes and system dynamics can be allowed to function in an unhindered way. The Timbavati Private Nature Reserve has a very special individual who has, under his guidance, helped to keep the wildlife of Timbavati Private Nature Reserve safe for 19 years. This is Sergeant Anton Mzimba who heads up the Para-Military Field Ranger team in the reserve. The Timbavati adjoins the Kruger National Park and along with other neighbouring reserves, both private and provincial, make up the Greater Kruger Area. Anton works very closely with his counterparts in these adjoining reserves and National Parks; and through the Greater Kruger Environmental Protection Foundation (GKEPF) all the security related matters are coordinated and carried out operationally. With the constant threat of poaching to the rhino, all the reserves have had to become innovative and proactive. The rise in poaching of pangolin and other species for the muti-trade, such as vultures and hyenas, is also a matter of concern and the Timbavati has taken firm steps to secure the integrity of their area.

Anton has been very instrumental in training the field rangers and this is seen as the foundation for having a successful counter to any poaching threat. There is no substitute for boots on the ground. However with the right technology and equipment to assist, a more effective team can bring in good results. Most of the poaching takes place at night and Anton has stated that until he and his field rangers can ultimately “own the night” we will always be on the back foot when it comes to tracking poachers. Good night vision equipment costs a lot of money for field rangers and when it comes to helicopter support with infra-red camera surveillance capabilities, this ups the ante. Working at night is never easy and often one needs to operate in a hostile environment where you not only have to deal with poachers who are ready to shoot to kill, but also the dangerous game such as elephants, buffalo, rhino, lion, etc. that could potentially harm or kill you if you inadvertently bump into them at night. Anton has had to deal with many close calls with regards to wild animals and in the latter part of 2016 he was on patrol in the reserve with one of his field ranger colleagues Vusi Mdhlovu, when they were scouting round a dam looking for signs of poacher’s tracks. Without warning a big hippo bull charged out the water and chased after Vusi, picking him up in his enormous jaws and proceeded to shake him like a dog with a rat, smashing him into the overhanging branches of a nearby tree. Anton ran over and shot the hippo which dropped Vusi. The hippo then returned to the water. Anton started administering first aid to Vusi when the hippo attacked again. Anton cool and collected fired shots at the hippo, averting the second charge. The wounded hippo was followed up on and destroyed later. Vusi had horrific injuries, but fortunately has made good progress in his recovery.

The early detection systems that Timbavati have in place have meant that if we get an incursion by poachers we can react immediately and not give them the time and opportunity to do their dirty deeds. Early detection and rapid response is key and Anton has been at the forefront of all these operations. Timbavati has also used tracking dogs to assist when following poacher’s tracks and apart from the intimidation of having a dog after you, they also have a good success rate if the tracks are fresh enough. The Timbavati has had rhino that have been shot on neighbouring properties walk over wounded and die on our land, however there have been no cases of poachers shooting and killing rhino on the Timbavati itself. Anton and his team are the true heroes walking that thin green line and with this kind of dedication and commitment we are confident that reserves like the Timbavati will be able to secure not only the rhino, but all biodiversity for future generations. We salute these brave men and women who work tirelessly putting their very lives on the line, when many of us are cuddled up fast asleep in bed. All Rangers are modern day heroes who, through their actions, make the world a better place for us all.

Did you know #DYK: How to contact the Researcher

How to contact the Researcher

How to Contact the Researcher

 

Isn’t it a good thing that we no longer live in an era where smoke signals and Morse code are all we can rely on for communication?

Just hoping something will be done about a situation, does not, in fact, make it happen. So, if you do not ask, the answer will surely be “No”.

If you need assistance, even if we can’t get the info you need, you can at least ask. If you do not ask, we can’t even begin to imagine that you might need that information.

So, it is as easy as 1, 2, 3…

 

1 – Phone us! It is direct, and can be dealt with immediately, and is probably the fastest way to communicate. You are transferred to the Researcher who is dealing with that tender or project, who would know what you are talking about.

0860 836 337 – 033 343 1130 – 087 150 1465

 

2 – Email! This is a wonderful way to communicate and much easier to keep track of. If used correctly, you will be in contact with the correct person straight away.

Found at the top of a live Tender Page. This would be used for any additional information you may need regarding the tender notice, that is not on the advert.

Found in the top right corner of the Tender View Page. These links are for requesting certain documents relating to the specific tender you are viewing. For example the Bill of Quantities (BOQ), the Site Attendance Register or Bidders List.

 

3 – Live Support. This is a new feature to some, but also extremely fast and effective. And an added bonus to keep track of your query. It is displayed as a set of earphones.

Found at the top of any page on the Leads 2 Business website, in the top right corner next to your name.

You can even find assistance in the top left corner of our website while not logged in.

So next time you think a Site Register or Scope of Works will fall from the sky… Think again, and please ask.

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L2B Blog: Reporting for Dummies (Part 3)

Reporting for Dummies (Part 3)

All graphs provide the ability to download the graph to the following formats: png, jpg or pdf. You can also annotate the graphs with your own notes and observations and open the graphs to full screen.

 

Trending:

A. Market Intelligence – Projects:

1. Projects Published Trending over time – you search for your specific date range within all the Industries, all Values and all Regions. By filtering, you can choose the parameters you would like to view.

2. Projects Published by Region – you can search for your specific date range within all the Industries and all Values. By filtering, you can choose the parameters you would like to view.

3. Projects Published by Industry – you can search for your specific date range within all Values and Regions. By filtering, you can choose the parameters you would like to view.

4. Projects Published by Value – you can search for your specific date range within all the Industries and all Regions. By filtering, you can choose the parameters you would like to view.

B. Market Intelligence – Tenders:

1. Tenders Published Trending over time – you can search for your specific date range within all the Industries, CIDB Gradings and Regions. By filtering, you can choose the parameters you would like to view.

2. Tenders Published by Region – you can search for your specific date range within all the Industries and CIDB Gradings. By filtering, you can choose the parameters you would like to view.

3. Tenders Published by Industry – you can search for your specific date range within the CIDB Gradings and Regions. By filtering, you can choose the parameters you would like to view.

4. Tenders Published by Value – you can search for your specific date range within all the Industries and Regions. By filtering, you can choose the parameters you would like to view.

C. Most Viewed: When you click on Most Viewed, it will display the Projects / Tenders that have been viewed the most on the website.

D. Most Monitored: When you click on Most Monitored, it will display the Projects / Tenders that have the most monitors on the website.

Thank you for your interest in our Reporting Features. We are always willing to assist, should you require any assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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About Cecile Van Deventer

I joined the L2Q Team in 2006, as a L2Q Support Assistant and have been the HOD since 2010. I supervise L2Q Bills, Daily Tender Bills, Control Lists and Directory.

L2B Blog: Reporting for Dummies (Part 2)

 

Your Online Footprint:

 

A. Online Activity – This details your overall usage statistics, such as how many searches you have performed, items you have viewed, downloaded, monitored or annotated, you can search up to 3 months.

By clicking on the blue links, you will be able to view the specific Projects / Tenders viewed or monitored over the period selected.

 

B. Site Engagement – provides a graph showing the number of searches performed on the site and the number of Leads that have been tagged within the time period chosen, not exceeding 3 months.

By clicking on the headings, you can expand the categories to see the searches performed and you can choose to perform that specific search again, or to display the date, name of tag and item tagged.

 

C. Project Engagement – This details your engagement with Project Leads. Informative graphs illustrate your Industry focus, what stage of the project lifecycle is beneficial to your business, which geographical area you target and the allocation of potential revenue values across the projects you monitor, can be searched for the last 3 months.

 

D. Tender Engagement: This details your engagement with Tender Leads. Informative graphs illustrate your Industry focus, which geographical area you target and the allocation of potential revenue values across the tenders you monitor. You can search for up to 3 months.

 

E. Vendor Engagement: This details your engagement with the Requests for Quotes you have received from Buyers on our site. It showcases the Requests you have responded to by pricing online /offline or declining to price. You can perform a search for three months.

By clicking on the headings, you can expand the various categories to see the specific instances where you have priced online, submitted your intension to price, declining to price or not responded to a RFQ.

 

F. Buyer Engagement: This details your engagement with Bills of Quantity you have sent using our electronic pricing distribution system for up to a range of 3 months.

With regards to all the graphs, you have the ability to download the graph to the following formats: png, jpg or pdf. You can also annotate the graphs with your own notes and observations and open the graphs to full screen.

 

Part 3 of Reporting for Dummies coming soon…

About Cecile Van Deventer

I joined the L2Q Team in 2006, as a L2Q Support Assistant and have been the HOD since 2010. I supervise L2Q Bills, Daily Tender Bills, Control Lists and Directory.

L2B Blog: Reporting for Dummies (Part 1)

1. Projects / Tenders: Here you can download reports on the tenders and projects that have been added in the last month, according to your advisory settings. These options are located on your Dashboard under Reporting:

To do so, click on Projects / Tenders and follow the steps:

1. Select which type of report you wish to download.

2. Select the report frequency: once a week, every second week or once a month

3. Choose the information that you would like to be included in the report by selecting the various report fields under Projects or Tenders.

4. Click on Download Projects or Download Tenders. You will notice that the downloaded report contains tabs and each tab has the projects or tenders for each region that you have selected in your advisory settings.

2. Your Timeline: Here you can see the projects or tenders you have monitored, the L2Q Bills you have priced and the Requests for Quotes you have priced within a selected date range not exceeding 2 months. You can view all or choose a specific option to view using Filter By.

3. Monitors: When you click on Monitors it will expand to show all the monitors you have on your profile.

Once you have chosen the monitor that you would like to view, you can choose the date range up to a year. This will display a graph with the number of Leads (Projects and Tenders) that the monitor is monitoring and when they monitored them:

Below the graph is the prospect list that can be viewed and downloaded. It will also show if the monitor has interacted with anyone on the specific lead:

Stay tuned for Part 2 of Reporting for Dummies…

 

About Cecile Van Deventer

I joined the L2Q Team in 2006, as a L2Q Support Assistant and have been the HOD since 2010. I supervise L2Q Bills, Daily Tender Bills, Control Lists and Directory.

L2B Blog: The groundwork is done now take the lead

The groundwork is done now take the lead

The groundwork is done now take the lead: How using our leads can keep you out of trouble

“Keep you out of trouble” means busy. Busy means you are working, hustling and getting the job done. Progress only comes from consistent and persistent hard work. If you are going to rest on your laurels, be prepared for others to surpass you.

Knowing where to look and find opportunities for your company is half the battle. You can spend your day pouring over countless newspapers, scrolling through websites and scrutinising bulletins or you can let us do that for you. You just have to check your email and work off one website, and you’ll have all the opportunities you need.

The expression is “Don’t put all your eggs in one basket”. But since L2B has all the “eggs”, you just need to understand how to make the most of them. The idea being that you hedge your bets. You diversify. You branch out. You create a safety net, of sorts, by garnering work through various avenues. This, of course, depends on the type of work you do and your willingness to be re-active or pro-active.

The re-active approach is your basic tender and Request for Quote (RFQ). When you see a tender out that’s right up your alley; you buy the documents, attend the meeting and hand in the signed tender document on the closing date. Hold thumbs and you get the award. For the RFQ, you receive it and decide whether or not to price. Even a “no”, is better than silence. If you don’t hear back from the main contractor, concerning your prices; approach them for feedback. Who’s prices did they accept? Why? Is it something you can work into your prices and services in the future? If you don’t ask, you will never know.

Being pro-active can get your company name out there way before tenders and RFQs. You would monitor a Project at the earliest stage, so you know what to expect and generally when to expect it and approach those professionals or contractors at the right time. You can monitor tenders, and once awarded, approach the awarded companies. Even earlier than that, you could’ve requested the site attendance register and the electronic Bill of Quantity (BoQ), therefore ensuring you know what items to price and who to approach. You’re not only creating relationships, but you could also be saving yourself time and money. If your products or services are not required in a BoQ; you can move on much quicker. Perhaps you impressed the Architect so early on the project, that your products are specified in the Bill of Quantity (BoQ).

You can advertise your company and products/services on the L2B website, and have companies come to you.

Ensure that your Directory entry is comprehensive and up to date. Allowing other companies to find you and contact you with ease, is extremely important in this day and age.

Be aware of when Supplier Database notices come out, and make sure that your company is registered wherever it needs to be registered. Paperwork is a bane, but it also is vital in being able to tender. The added advantage to being registered on Databases is that it puts your company in a position to be approached directly to quote by the Municipality or Government Department. Not every contract can afford to go out to tender, for a variety of reasons; namely time constraints or emergency work.

Last but not least, talk to us at L2B. If there are discrepancies anywhere, let us know so that we might assist in clarifying. The more we learn about your experiences on our website, or out there tendering; the more we can understand how the information we supply directly affects you. Your success is our aim.

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About Claire Donaldson

I started working at Leads 2 Business in February 2005, and have served as Head of Department of Daily Tenders from 2007 until the present. I oversee both the Daily Tenders South Africa and Africa Departments.

Did You Know #DYK: How to use the calendar

How to use the calendar

In this busy lifestyle, it is so easy to forget appointments, especially when handling various tenders and projects on hand. Thanks to Leads 2 Business we have a solution to help you not miss out on any of your site meetings and appointments that will help you get your foot in the door at the precise time.

You can thank us later!

Thanks to the Calendar feature that syncs your selected reminders to your emails it will make it easier for you to remember the important dates.

How do you utilise this feature you may ask? Easy!!!

Once you have opened up your selected Project or Tender that you are interested in.

You will see the Reminder Icons on your right adjacent to the Assigned Icon

 

 

And next to the Site Inspection and Closing Date for Tenders

 

Click on the Reminder Icon and a pop-up screen will appear as below.

You will then click on “Create reminder” which will take you to the next step which will give you a selection of options.

You then have the option to select the reminder you need and insert a small note if it is a follow-up reminder. The reminder can be sent to your email and your mobile phone (depending on your preferred method of communication). Please note the mobile reminder will only reflect should you have an active mobile number on your profile.

Once you have completed the steps above, click on save changes to save the reminder.

The reminder will then reflect on your calendar.

Please note the time reflected on your reminder is not the time your reminder will be sent to you.

The reminder will be sent to you on the morning of the reminder date so you can plan your day more efficiently.

The website also has a Download ICS function on the calendar that can assist you to synchronise your reminders with your email Calendar, given that your program is compatible, for eg. Outlook.

You can use this in the following steps:

Click on the “Actions” icon on your calendar

 

Once you click on “Download ICS”, it will give you a range of calendar selection, selection the option you prefer and apply.

 

So there we have it, now you have no excuses to miss any appointments and get the ball rolling on prospective tenders and projects.

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About Sharika Raman

I have worked for Leads 2 Business from January 2015 till present. I work for the Leads 2 Quotes Department for Directory and Control List.

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