- Lady Zamar thinks that having a good mindset towards life changes things for people and shared this online
- The singer has been diving deep into her thoughts and decided to let her fans know what she's thinking
- Social media users were in agreement and could tell that Lady Zamar has been reading self-help books
Mzansi singer-songwriter Lady Zamar has a lot on her mind and this time she took to social media to share some sound advice about having a shift in your mindset. The young artist tweeted:
"You create your life by the thoughts you think... Change your mind, change your life!"
Lady Zamar believes that having positive thoughts is what helps change things for you. She has been through some challenges in her career but it's clear that she stays positive and this is what has helped her to stay on top of things.
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The Collide hitmaker has taken to social media on previous occasions to talk about body positivity and keeping up with mental health issues.
Mzansi social media users joined in on the conversation and spoke about how having a good mindset can work out better for you. Many commented on how they can see that Lady Zamar gets her thinking from reading The Secret.
It's lovely to see that Lady Zamar is trying to share her wisdom with others and teach them how to change their lives. The star is shining and brightly at that.
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that Cassper Nyovest showed off his stunning neighbourhood and gave soft life vibes. Cassper Nyovest claimed that he grew up being woken up by the loud sound of taxis, but now he is woken up by the sound of horses.
He shares this in a video as he walks around his home and shows off some of the horses on the estate. Cassper took to social media to share that he's taking a walk around his neighbourhood and captioned the post:
"Taking a walk around my neighbourhood. Work hard bafethu. Soft life."
The man continues to live soft and basks in the life of luxury.
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