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Leadership; Setting Examples

By – Jennifer Ifeoma Ugboh So much have been said about leadership and all it entails. There are so many materials, books and articles available on the subject; it feels like we have talked ourselves out with regards this topic. When we hear the word “leader” what comes to mind …

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Unveiling Your Greatest Resources; Part 2

By – Joyce Paulsen Let me start by expressing my deep excitement for the return of  mmm and for for keeping to their word of resuming their platform on 14th January, 2017. They even resumed a day earlier than they promised. The reason for my excitement is not whether or …

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Scale Of Preference; Schooling Vs Working

By – Andrew Mejire Etoh I came across a social media post that asked “will you burn your certificates in exchange for $100,000,000?” and very funny reactions trailed the post. That post became a trendy social media joke and the most popular response became “I’ll burn the certificates and the …

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The Power Of Information

By – Lois Peters Onome was the kind of girl every other girl in the dorm thought less of. She was good for nothing else except their bully. And because she was weak boned and lanky, she could not defend herself from the harsh realities and consequences of her form. …

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What Keeps You Awake At Night; Owls

By – Peace Popoola This is for the night owls. The ones who like me find it difficult to sleep till the wee hours of the morning. Those who burn the midnight candle furiously. Who hate early mornings because they probably just slept thirty minutes before. If you think the …

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The Real Intelligence

By – Crystal Chinonye I’ve always tried to understand what people mean when they classify someone as being brilliant, you often hear, “she is very intelligent”. Sadly, most people we call intelligent, if you check well, they lack in some of the basic skills needed, except of course, ability to …

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Study Smart

By – Linda Ibeh What I know now, I wish I knew half of them when I was in school….life would have been easier, then again, Nigerian parents don’t like their children to be independent, hence the nokia phone when others are using blackberry. I like shortcuts! Anything that I …

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Pushing Through Business

By – Pleasure Chizoba Why do people start a business? Not everyone has what it takes to be an entrepreneur. Starting a business empowers you to take more ownership of your life. You wouldn’t just go to work, do your 8-4 and then go home as you would in a …

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My Experience In The Fast City; Lagos

By – Martins Akodo I have spent most of life growing up in the city of Port Harcourt and can testify as a witness to the interesting events that have occurred in the past decade; the militant unrest as a result of the oil abundance that eventually had a negative …

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consistency is key

It Pays To Be Consistent

By – Uchechi Iroakazi There is an old poem that illustrates consistency, it goes thus: “Little by little,” said the                    thoughtful boy,”moment by moment,i will improve, if i don’t put all my time in play.” Being consistent is a key ingredient or factor to your success. You see ,you are …

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Mental Combat

By – Kayode Ipadeola Do you know that your thinking has a great contribution to the height you attain in life? This question isn’t solo but for you and the rest of us. It just struck a chord with me, and triggered something. I’ve come to realize that whatever it …

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Never Ending Changes

By – Blessing Ijama I sat down outside with a book on my lap,  my Robert Jordan’s Wheel of Time although I was trying to concentrate  on the novel but the banter of words between my neighbor and his wife was stealing my attention, no matter how hard I tried …

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