NB: This article is based on a Kenyan perspective Let’s lay out the norm and the tradition first. For the girl child, they were meant to help their mothers in the kitchen, help them prepare food, and times, cook if need be. For the other side, boys were rarely to be seen in the kitchen, … Continue reading Who taught you how to cook?
What happens then when things get so hard; the road gets rough? When life stops, and things don’t work out our way? Those times when the results we expected never come to place. You can’t spot anyone you’d thought they might help you, anywhere near you? It's like fighting a war with you on one side and the whole world on the other side. Chances of winning from your side, lies under minimal probability.
'Szia!' (Hungarian-Hello) Isn’t is wise learning from our experiences? Let me set the record straight. 'Csak egy kicsit beszélek magyarul '- I only speak a little Hungarian I was working on a certain project recently at a nearby company. On one of the days, I was assigned same machine with an Hungarian national. As stated earlier, … Continue reading We are human, the rest come later
"You are way stronger than you can ever imagine, dare to dream. Most people underestimate their strength. As you go through your day, challenge your capacity. Test your limits. Don’t let a single instance of failure bring you down, instead, be stronger..."
My case story today is an experience we might or might not have gone through while growing up. It used to happen during the eve of the examination period in lower primary school. Teachers would first share across the examination papers. Secondly, they’d request everyone to write their names on each of their exam paper.The … Continue reading Don’t rush, Listen First
It’s been a while since I last wrote, however, much progress has been made. For instance, you can follow this link to order a copy of my book, Life’s Life Hacks on Amazon.com. Someone wrote me a message on some key points they should talk about if given a chance to speak on a men’s … Continue reading For Men
To set the perfect setting for this article, I have Rufftone and The Kenya General Service song ‘Mungu Baba’ on repeat on my playlist. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kVQVwaZU5MM The Kenya I’d want to see is a Godly nation. A nation that not only sings ‘Ee Mungu Nguvu yetu, ilete baraka kwetu, haki iwe ngao…” in her national anthem … Continue reading The Kenya I’d love to see
Let’s not get weary to the points of losing hope. Let’s not be vulnerable to the points of giving up. Let us not be paralyzed by the worlds daily scuffles. Let us renew our hope in God, for we are more than conquerors through Him that died for us.
I'm a keen follower of Caroline Mutoko's Episodes on You Tube. She gets to share her view on various current affairs, talk politics, relationships's, business and all have you. I came upon this episode labeled-Love isn't complicated where Caroline shared her thoughts and lessons from her 20's and I couldn't help but share some of the lessons here. Love … Continue reading Love doesn’t hurt; It brings out the best in you
A little more faith, a little more trust, a little more onto doing His will, and lastly, He’ll let us know it was the best thing we could have done.
"Every single second of your time counts,use your time wisely. Dont spend too much time on social media,playing video games but spend your time doing something that drives you to success. Dont be always available to everyone,if someone asks you "are you free tomorrow?",tell them " No,am expensive"
‘When people tell me they’ve learned from their experience, I tell them the trick is to learn from other peoples’ experiences.’ Warren Buffet-Second wealthiest person in the United States(Wikipedia).
You might have had an experience where you ride with someone in an elevator but minutes after, you completely cannot reminisce the name of the person or even a glimpse of the chat you had. The entire idea of the ‘the elevator pitch was initially brought out by The Vanity Fair Editor Michael Caruso back … Continue reading The Elevator Pitch
I’m just in time to catch up with the weekly ‘Be your own boss show’ which airs each Monday on KTN. The episodes have brought a whole new picture of the great potential the youth have especially when given the chance to utilize and showcase it. On this episode, sentiments from Waceke Nduati, Founder at … Continue reading Stick to your path-don’t follow anyone’
“Humans are hard wired to want to things”. Looking for new friends, those super cool hilarious ones; sending applications for that new job, the highly payed one that you always dream of. Working so hard and smart for the job promotion. Studying so hard in school with the dream of a future career in mind. … Continue reading You too can walk on water
Sometimes you watch others fulfill their dreams when you’ve been trying but your efforts are yet to bear any fruits? You’ve lost your job and are still awestruck on what to do? You lose someone you love and the situation crumbles. You’ve been striving to have a start-up project when someone else starts the same … Continue reading Don’t worry, God knows His right timing
I was going through my Instagram posts when someone posted this “If you are looking for that person who will change your life, look in the mirror.” That got me thinking, how many times we been seeking for someone to relight and rejuvenate the motivation and the inspiration in us. We are always looking for … Continue reading Looking for someone who will change your life? Look in the mirror…
Success is more of a program. It has uniquely set out coded-algorithm. Forget the autonomous systems where everything is already set and runs by itself. The road to success is a manual controlled system or rather a human machine system, you have to full authority over what you do. The cursor is well positioned on … Continue reading The Success Code
That was me, a couple of years ago. I couldn’t think of a better self than a president. Of course, everyone laughed it off…like seriously? A president? You must be joking. My dream is still valid though. You too had had a dream when you are young. They might not be as fascinating as mine. … Continue reading When I grow up, I want to be a President
A car can be useless without the tires. If car selling companies would launch different super quality cars but fail to have their wheels fitted, the whole process would then become useless. No sells would have been made, I doubt whether the world would live to enjoy their invention. In a similar way, we all … Continue reading 5 Reasons why you should trust in God