Inspiration & Motivation — the true idea


I like to think that every time we experience the counterfeit of a thing, it points to the fact that there is an original. Such that, you cannot have a […]

Inspiration & Motivation — the true idea2019-03-30T11:06:39+00:00

What’s your point?


… you want to win or you want to learn? When you argue over a matter, is it that it has more to do about your ego than it has […]

What’s your point?2019-03-29T15:05:13+00:00

Misery and Fear factor


…those are the controls that determine the kind of options we embrace in the face of the unfolding events of our lives. They are the reason we act the way […]

Misery and Fear factor2019-03-28T13:46:38+00:00

I write what I like


This happens to be the title of a book by the late South African Anti-apartheid activist, Steven Biko. An excerpt: “the most potent weapon in the hands of the oppressor […]

I write what I like2019-03-27T09:02:04+00:00

Mentors and heroes.


You know, it is common to find young people who go about searching for mentors in their chosen line of work.

It is not a bad thing.

But when the absence of […]

Mentors and heroes.2019-03-25T09:01:39+00:00

Acting as if….


What if you acted as if:

– nothing is impossible for you,
– every day you live could be your last and that all the people you cross-paths with need you to […]

Acting as if….2019-03-24T11:14:56+00:00

The Zero-sum mentality


…..assumes that for me to win, you’ve got to lose. It thinks insufficiency at all times and sadly so. It thinks scarcity at all times and somehow it has snowballed […]

The Zero-sum mentality2019-03-23T12:25:42+00:00

Two kinds of currency in the workplace.


Carla Harris in her manifesto called this: Performance currency and Relationship currency.

The former is about doing what you are told, with a little extra — at best, doing it efficiently […]

Two kinds of currency in the workplace.2019-03-22T10:42:11+00:00
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