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Investment, Advice and Commentaries February 11, 2020

How to expand your Generosity Amplitude

This month of February has been a time of mourning for the former President Daniel Arap Moi. As a leader he is mourned by both his friends and foes.  I have noted with eagerness that thousands and thousands of Kenyans w have been talking about his generosity and as a writer and an author, this topic of generosity keeps lingering in my mind.

Life Lessons January 24, 2020

Heshimu Boda – The ride that Saved me an SGR Trip

The morning started well and it was all systems go for a trip to Mombasa to attend a team building and bonding engagement in Mombasa, for the Optiven staff.  And so, I left my house in good time to catch the SGR train. But I did not anticipate a serious traffic jam just a few kilometers to my destination.

Success With George Wachiuri January 11, 2020

Success with George Wachiuri

Adding VALUE to OTHERS is the Best thing in Life – Join the movement in 2020

Life is a gift, it is short, it has challenges galore and sometimes one may feel like giving up. Such situations have led to very many people committing suicide, engaging in drugs or just giving up, waiting for fate to deal with them.

Investment, Advice and Commentaries November 28, 2019

7 Pointers Towards Thinking For Change

It is said that, ‘you are a product of what your thought yesterday’.  This is because thinking changes your destiny.  According to John Maxwell, ‘Everything begins with a thought’.  If you change your thinking, adapting a positive mindset, then the future will be changed too.  After all, life is what you think about the whole day.  How then do we achieve thinking for change?

Investment, Advice and Commentaries August 4, 2019

Rebuilding Of Schools – A Role For Alumni

As I bid good bye to the month of July, I am aware of the challenges that the month of August brings to many families. On the most part, a number of parents are looking forward to taking sometime to spend with their children. Some who are blessed will be taking time off to go on holiday while those with deep roots in the village, may well be planning a time to engage with the farm and while at it, teach their children one or two things about growing up.

Investment, Advice and Commentaries July 23, 2019

Mentorship can change the lives of graduates

My friends and I are mulling over the phenomenon of lack of jobs that is fast making some achieving graduates to desperate measures in order to survive. What comes to mind in the interim is the sad case of the trending feature on CITIZEN dubbed First Class Betrayal. This is the story line of a real life experience of one young man who graduated top of his class in actuarial science but was not able to get gainful employment.

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