Category: Career Development

Transition & Growth for Planned & Sustainable Success

Exposure is Preparation

At 8 years old, my dad was a General Manager in the automotive industry and to spend time with me, he would get me to go with him to his office whenever I was not in school. I remember interacting with his PA, walking him through the factory as items were produced, packaged and labelled…
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Taking Money Off the Table

On the outset, we agree that decision making where money is concerned is not an easy process. In investment circles, the phrase “taking money off the table” is meant to tell investors to diversify their investment or convert some of their shares in a company or on the stock market into cash in case of…
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The Younger Boss

By Winnie Mwangi This could be a difficult thing for a lot of us – to get used to having someone younger than you having the reigns but who needs the job here? I think the first thing that would work when you find out that you have a younger boss or that you have…
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Moonlighting

Do you know someone whose family has a lucrative business, but they are employed at another company? When you look at them do you wonder why they slave at the other company instead of getting into the family business? Or why they choose to register their success and skills set elsewhere instead of bringing it…
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The Power of Agreement

“Assuredly, I say to you, whatever you bind on earth will be bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on earth will be loosed in heaven. “Again I say[c] to you that if two of you agree on earth concerning anything that they ask, it will be done for them by My Father in heaven.…
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Lesson from a Sprinkler

The other day I was doing some household chores and I remember being quickened by the ONE who teaches us how to profit on taking a few lessons from the sprinkler. I had been thinking about gratitude and how rare it is becoming in this current world. In taking my lessons, I remembered that as I was…
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A Lesson from my Farming Father

As retold to the author by Watens Maina When life had offered him nothing, but days spent at the local shopping center, one day my farming father went to a public gathering where a lady was trying to raise 1,000/= shillings by selling off two skinny sheep. By all standards, the sheep were valueless, but…
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The Glass Ceiling

For many years, as the corporate world has evolved, it has been common place to hear many women complaining that they have reached a glass ceiling. In the recent times however, there is a select few men who are being vocal about it and its not on behalf of the significant women in their lives!…
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The Convergence of Talent & Business

If someone told you that that thing you so easily do sometimes even with your eyes closed and without charging a coin can earn you a million dollars, what would your reaction be? It’s certain that you might have heard or seen this question asked in a motivation talk or email that tell you, “click…
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Marketing Your Talent, Gifts or Hand Creations on Social Media

By Ory Olindo Creative people are usually of the opinion that if what they have created is pleasing to them, the general public will hold a similar opinion and will be beating a path to their door to buy it without too much effort. There are some creatives who seem to have the ability to…
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