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Monday, June 27, 2016

In this game called life, you are either a player or a spectator

How to make things happen in life: spectator vs a player

It's not hard to discover spectators; they are there at the stands, cheering, jeering, whining and complaining almost about everything. While the players are on the field sweating it out, trying to determine the outcome of the game.

Thursday, June 23, 2016

The contrasting tales of two job hunters

Job hunting: tackling youth unemployment in Nigeria
Photo-courtesy: Vanguard
A report once had it that a young man (names withheld) tried to end his life by jumping off a speeding Toyota Hiace bus in Uyo, expecting to be crushed to death by oncoming vehicles after several attempts to secure a job proved abortive.

Thursday, June 9, 2016

25 life lessons I learnt by age 25

In this article, Derrick Fung, the Chief Executive Officer, Tunez, shared his experience about inspirational lessons that has enabled him to chart a successful course in his career even at the age of 25. Hear him speak and pick some salient points that will help you in your journey.

Monday, June 6, 2016

You don’t need a title to make impact

How to make impact in life, at work or business - motivational quote
We live in a society that places so much importance on titles. I remember those days that anyone who made a few millions would run to his village to obtain one chieftaincy title or the other. At a time, in some places, it became a battle of the 'highest bidders' for the titles. Why? Everybody wants to be called chief and seen as someone very important.

Friday, June 3, 2016

The Wisdom in Diversification

Need to have different porfolios and streams of income during economic depression
In these uncertain economic times, we need to talk about this. A school of thought believes one should put all his eggs in one basket and watch over it, while another school is of the opinion that you should put your eggs in different baskets to guard against the unexpected. Different strokes for different folks, you may say. But the question still remains: “Is there wisdom in diversification of one's means of income?”

Wednesday, June 1, 2016

5 Tangible Reasons Why You Must Never Give Up On Yourself

Quote and lessons on perseverance
It is natural to give up when things are not going as we planned. However, some people never knew how close they were to success before giving up. If they knew they were on the brink of something big, they would have persisted no matter what. I have listed here five tangible reasons why you must never quit before your success arrives. Come with me as we look at them one after the other…