Earlier on, I had written an article about books being an indispensable part of our lives. And sure, they are. To succeed in this life in this century, you better be a good reader. Have the general knowledge and also go a mile further to read a book. Maybe a novel, an inspirational book or … More Book review—RICH DAD POOR DAD
“uvivu ni adui mkubwa wa ujenzi wa taifa kwani nicho kiini hasa kisababishacho njaa, ewe ndugu yangu wee,amka kumekucha, kamata jembe na panga, twende shamba.Hata wewe mwanangu amka kumekucha, kwani hizi ndizo saa, za kwenda shule. Hata wewe Karani amka kumekucha kwani hizi ndizo saa za kwenda kazi….” This is a song that I grew … More A day in the life of a hardworking Kenyan.
I was reviewing my resume when this thought crossed my mind. What actually makes someone sell out in the job market? Is it his/ her well written curriculum vitae and resume or is it the skills that s/he possesses that makes her/him the perfect candidate for recruitment? This got me thinking about a conversation I … More WHAT MAKES AN INDIVIDUAL SELL OUT?
Its not until recently that I came to realize that until we are pushed, we are never going to do anything of much value. This is after I attended a certain entrepreneurship forum where the guest speaker, an established marketer, talked about what drove him into entrepreneurship. He said that he was pushed. Not by … More UNTIL WE ARE PUSHED…….,
Kenya is not among the best countries where fresh graduates sell out. You have to take some time looking for employment till you finally land one. I call this time a transition stage because it’s when one realizes that s/he is no longer a mama’s kid but a grown up ready to start out your … More No job? Here are some businesses you can start for more money with very limited cash.
Its been quite a while now since I last set my feet upcountry, my birth place. And for that case am sure as hell that am among the most missed people back there given am their small ‘idol’, the only daughter who has gone to university. A neighbor nicknamed me ‘daughter of the highlands’ because … More ‘Daughter of the highlands’ sent to Nairobi, of course to find a job.
‘Half-baked graduates’ is not a new phrase to any jobseeker and employer. It is something that has been in the media, written about, talked about and fussed about for sometime now. The origin of this phrase can be traced to the statistics as according to the Inter-University Council for East Africa (IUCEA), a body created … More Not just”half-baked”