Honestly, I’m surprised by this statistic. Our reading culture in Nigeria ends after Comprehension in English Language and the compulsory Secondary School Literature books, or effectively after we “pass exam”. Afterwards, its Facebook Feed, Twitter Timeline or just the monthly pay-slip.
Sequel to my last post, here are a few of the funniest things I learnt. It’s a lot but I promise it’s all worth your time, especially for the ladies. … Continue Reading Life Lessons from Ellen!
Pictures of President Obama with different children are trending on Twitter on the hashtag #ObamaAndKids in celebration of Black History Month. Micheal Skolnik, film producer and civil rights activist started … Continue Reading Leading with Heart #ObamaAndKids
First Morning In aiming at the life of blessedness, one of the simplest beginnings to be considered, and rightly made, is that which we all make every day—namely, the beginning … Continue Reading TRANSFORMATIVE THINKING DAY ONE (MORNING)
After reading and enjoying James Allen’s “As A Man Thinketh”, I’ve decided to spend the next 31 Days taking his challenge and being completely positive about everything in my … Continue Reading 31 Days of Transformative Thinking
With our numerous responsibilities and the current economic dispensation, learning and personal development come next to last on our daily task /priority list, after food, Work, bills, bills, and … Continue Reading Making Us Better (with MOOCs)