Month: June 2017

Despite the Economic Recession People Are Still Getting Rich Through A New CryptoCurrency TBC

(Sponsored) According to Richard Branson, CRYPTO CURRENCY will transform the world. Dangote,  one  of  Africa’s  wealthiest  takes  risk,  and  he’s  never  afraid  of  new  investment.  Are  you  still  waiting  for  the  naira  to  rise  above  the  Dollar,  well  Naira,  Dollar,  Euro  etc.  are  all  fiat  currency  and  are  subject  to  rise  and  fall. Most of  you  would  have  heard  of  bitcoin  by  now,  some  are  still  in  the  dark  about  this.  Well, now is the time to get educated.  While  we  wish  we  could  go  back  in  time  to  purchase  bitcoin  in  2009, our  problems  would  be  solved  by  now.  So another opportunity has come our way.  I’ve  tapped  into  it  and  I  wish  you  would  do  the  same.  If  you’re  interested,  I  indulge  you  to  read  to  the  end. I bring  to  you  THE  BILLION  COIN  (TBC),  a  crypto  currency  that  has  come  to  end  poverty  globally,  the  billion  coin  is  a  paradigm  shift,  and  it’s  a  belief  and  truth  of  the  moment.

My Birthday Message: Be Yourself

Be yourself!!! There are people who are not satisfied with who they are. They’d rather be someone else or do something that they are not naturally inclined to doing. But another secret to success in life and work is to live the uniqueness that is [in] you. So, rather than focus on someone you admire, learn to be yourself. You can never execute any work effectively, or even treat anyone else right, until you value and treat yourself right. If you treat yourself well, people will treat you right.

Senator Abe Promises to Spearhead Sickle Cell Campaign

Senator Magnus Ngei Abe, senator representing Rivers South East Senatorial District, has promised to spearhead sickle cell awareness campaign and its collaboration with the Senate. Speaking at a symposium to mark the World Sickle Cell Awareness Day 2017, organized by Sickle Cell Interactive and Management Association in Collaboration with Sickle Cell Support Society of Nigeria and Action Against Sickle Cell, in Port Harcourt, Abe said he would liaise with the Senate committee on Health in conjunction with the Association with a view to creating a legislative platform and framework for intensive national awareness as well as legal control in attitude and behavior.

Advice for the employed

Diversify!!! There is a lot of overdependence on white collar jobs. It has become a crowd mentality. Meanwhile there are lots of other jobs available. As a graduate you can do absolutely anything. It is about the value that you can bring to a job that matters more than what you can take out of it. You can start from anywhere and grow (don’t look down on any position).

Everything about the Nigerian education system will kill your talent

Everything that you learnt in school will kill your talent. First they will steal your dreams. Sell you the mentality of the proletariat. Then you are dead. Click here to pay for your copy of Good to Go and save your copy. John is a good kid. He graduated from the Rivers State University of Science and Technology, Port Harcourt. I met him just a few days to his POP. That was three years ago. You want to know what M. John is doing today? NOTHING. Three years ago when I asked him what he plans to do after his POP, his answer after 30 seconds of sudden deep thought: “Ehmmm, look for a job…” For three years he is still looking for a job. And he hasn’t found any yet. Two years ago I asked him if he had any alternative plans since jobs were becoming elusive. He told me he was working on something. 24 months later there is nothing for me to see. So M. John lives with his parents, jobless, broke, …

The truth about the Nigerian education system and how it has been configured to kill your future

I was called to National Service in 2013. On the 13th or 14th of February 2014 I proudly and quietly received my discharge certificate. I had successfully committed one full year to the service of the fatherland. I had published ‘WHO TOOK MY JOB?’ a few months earlier and it was time for me to move on to the next stage and challenge of my life. I had the “clarity of mission” – I knew exactly where I was going and what I would love to do with the rest of my life, so, I was GOOD TO GO. Click here to pay for your copy of Good to Go and save your copy. Throughout my service year I had borne a burden in my heart: I realized that even though many National Youth Service Corps members excitedly look forward to P.O.P (Passing Out Parade) and C.O.C ( Collection Of Certificate), only a few are truly ‘Good to go’. In other words, most have no sense of purpose, no clarity of mission, no vision, insecure, …

Did school prepare you for the real world?

That is the important question that you must begin to answer; if you are interested in personal success. School could be a wonderful experience; a great time of growing up and learning about the world and about yourself. It could also be the period when the trajectory of your life becomes totally ruined especially if and when your parents are not very rich and you attended the public schools. Nigeria spots one of the world’s worst managed public school system (primary to tertiary) characterized by a deplorable dearth of initiatives, restrictive and regressive educational agendas, delayed or complete non-payment of salaries/benefits, government insincerity and double standards, unmotivated teachers/lecturers, inadequate and deteriorating learning and teaching facilities, outdated curriculum, incessant strikes/industrial actions, poorly trained students with little or no life skills upon graduation. Click here to pay for your copy of Good to Go and save your copy. As I have already told in Who Took My Job? I had a wonderful experience as a student, except that I was not very interested in academics. I was …