About Lovemore Nyatsine

I have worked across Africa with vast experience in business, philanthropy, entrepreneurship and telecom sectors. I am passionate about leadership, strategy and transformation. I am a Life & Executive Coach. I have been there done that and got the books on Amazon – Management Consultant, Director, CEO, COO, Executive, Coach, MBA and studying PhD. Ultimately life is not about what you are called, but what you answer to. I use my hands, heart and voice to help others discover and live their purpose.

I have 3 guiding philosophies in life – faith,hope and love. Faith makes all things possible. Hope makes all things work. Love makes all things beautiful.

Faith is for today. Hope is for tomorrow. Love is for always.

This is the essence of who I am, how and what I write.

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  2. i just came across your blog,and i can’t believe plug in already…looking forward to your next post.you are doing an amazing!!!…work with you post.may God bless you.

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  4. Hello Lovemore,

    Wow, your blog post on the real meaning of success was not only biblically sound but also sobering. Thank you for influencing others and making an impact to the world.

    As I was reading your biography, I am excited to see someone who shares a passion or people and organizations. I also have a consuming passion in human capital, organizational development, and leadership. I hope we can connect together and build a relationship via blogging and e-mail.

    Please feel free to visit my blog. I think you may be interested since our interests are closely aligned.


    In Him,

  5. Hie Lovemore,

    i have been reading the Sower Newsletters since 2007, and would like to take this as an opportunity to request for a formal interview with you in the context of “brand bubbles” which the world is experiencing.

    The information will be used in our New Zimbabwe Foundation website and newletters.

    We salute the vision and mission you possess. The future belongs to the brave, not the fainthearted.

  6. Dear Mr. Lovemore Nyatsine:
    I came across your blog in my recent research on giving birth to our life dreams. I am absolutel y impressed with the concepts you discussed in ‘The womb of Success’.
    In fact the concepts match what I have described in a current publication I am working on.

    I am an author and life coach currently putting together an information product (audio series, etc.) on the subject of how to realize a dream or goal that one started pursuing early in life but was interrupted due to a number of reasons. My mission is to equip mid-life adults with tools to help them realize their career/personal development dream and thus live a more fulfilling life.

    I would appreciate the opportunity of interviewing you on your career dream and how fulfilling that dream has helped other people worldwide to fulfill their own dreams.

    I look forward to your reply.

    Thank you.


    Tolu Adeleye, Ph.D. – coaches men and women over 40 to revive and realize their interrupted career/personal development dreams
    Phone: 250-744-2159
    Fax: 250-294-2036

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