They say there are no stupid questions — or are there? How about, “Do you speak African?” Or, “What is Africa’s flag?“ Yes, these are quite ludicrous. Tired of regularly having to answer questions like these, a group of U.S.-based African students has launched a photo campaign in a bid to dispel misconceptions about their … Continue reading »
Nick Kaoma, Founder, Head Honcho There has never been a more inspired generation of young Africans. These builders, innovators and risk takers are fervent in their resolve to transform the continent. They are solving critical socio-economic problems, exporting African culture to the world, creating job opportunities for Africans, re-telling Africa’s stories, and writing the future. Read … Continue reading »
“Basically, what I am trying to tell you is that, in this game called life, you don’t stand a chance… 1 :: Because You Have Not Failed Enough Because you are comfortable in your mediocrity; because you choose not to try. Because it is easier to talk about learning that new (programming?) language as … Continue reading »
If you’re not taking risks, you’re not making moves! I came across this post by Paul C Brunson on successful habits of Billionaires. If you boycott reading on weekends, don’t boycott this. 1) Invest in Yourself This is a very simple concept, but something you would think someone who has “made it” would stop doing. … Continue reading »
There has been a lot of buzz on my Facebook newsfeed about Lizzie Velasquez. After scrolling past it consistently, I finally decided to hit play and I think you should too.
How amazing is Malala Yousafzai? Malala Yousafzai, 16 is a human rights activist for young girls education in Pakistan. She was shot in the head by Taliban but has remained focussed and unshaken. As a great inspiration to many around the world, she has received many awards for her achievements. Malala is a top candidate for … Continue reading »
September 18 marked a big milestone in my life. 3-0. I can finally say goodbye to my twenties. I’m happy to say it’s been a good run. But if I’m completely honest, I feel a sense of grief coupled with excitement. I am sad for the years that have passed. They’ve gone by so fast. … Continue reading »
Heres the part I need help with. My mom is a teacher and can’t afford one of those fancy running pushing joggers and all I have to use is a baby pushing stroller. I don’t think it will fit Titus my brother. Can you go on the news and not ask Oklahomans to give me … Continue reading »