Starting small has always been the way to start things. I have read a lot on many things and have realised that many of the things we see today as big businesses, revolutions, policies, etc. started in very small ways. When we see democratic institutions like America, France, etc. and companies like Amazon, Shell, Walmart …

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Some years ago (the early 2000s), $ 1 million was invested in a tech company in Nigeria and it made great news. Everyone in that sector was so happy because it seemed, then, to signify the symbolic finger in the sky that held the promise of better things to come. I think the key word …

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I want to write a few things on money/personal finance in 2018. We are in 2018. Yes, that 2018 that you dreamt of is finally here. From my experience of counselling and consulting, when people are setting goals for the year, 70% of what they write down has financial connotations. It is neither good nor …

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Nothing Wrong with Naysayers. Yes, I said that. Because it is ok to be one. Why should I be an “Ayesayer” when I don’t believe in your project. It is my right not to believe in your project. Get used to that. Naysayers have their usefulness factor. They help you refine your goals. They force …

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I wrote about “The Fallacy of the Narrative.” To everything in life, there is always a narrative. Being an entrepreneur has its narrative. With the advent of books like “Rich Dad, Poor Dad”, it seems the only way to make it in life, was to be an entrepreneur. Hoping to find a paid job was …

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Seconds tickle pass Culminating in minutes The hours evaporate; just like gas Before you know it The whole day is gone. So many things to do Activities crying out for attention Even things you would woo Presently, all I have are petitions In fact, there’s no time. In order to do anything worthwhile You’ve got to create the time for it Don’t wait for …

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“I will love the light for it shows me the way, yet I will endure the darkness for it shows me the stars.” — Og Mandino I don’t think anyone loves darkness. Maybe some do, but most of us love the light (think of Times Square at night). In as much as you do not like …

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Six beautiful things I know A nice array of flowers, the moon in its majestic fullness, The fresh breath of a new day, the graceful occasion of being proposed to, College graduation and the joy of your first-born. These five are irresistible happiness Falling in love, the thrill of fulfilment, Helping an elder citizen, achieving …

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“Anything will give up its secrets if you love it enough” — George Washington Carver Sine, Cosine and their first cousin, Tangent, tormented me for a long time in secondary school. I avoided them like a plague. Let me put it in context; I avoided them like Ebola. Yes, I did put in the effort to avoid …

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This is a controversial one. I know it will evoke many responses; written and unwritten, spoken and unspoken. I am treading on where angels dare not bother. We can talk about it all day long. Am I here to tell you what to watch? Nope. I am saying that when you are in LOVE; everything …

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