“…only when individuals trust the culture or organisation will they take personal risk in order to advance that culture or organisation as a whole. For no other reason than, in the end, it’s good for their own personal health and survival…” Simon Sinek, Start with Why I have been reading, rather, studying this book and
Happy New month everybody! To commemorate this grand day, April Fools, I will share a random post my brother shared with me in the family WhatsApp group. Pastor farts on the congregation to heal them I honestly wish it was a prank, but such is the world we live in; with people painfully gullible
Last week I celebrated a decade of consultancy with you. And like all life experiences, there are lessons you learn. Some to grow you others to wake you up. Here are just a few of some of the lessons I have learnt over the past decade. Growth is deliberate – You grow or you stagnate.
Today marks the 10th anniversary since I left full-time employment. It has been a rollercoaster with really amazing highs and gut-wrenching lows which at times made me feel like I would break. Several times I have found myself updating my credentials on LinkedIn, Brighter Monday and opening a Fuzu account to test the waters and
Life , Life Lessons , OpinionUnderstanding My Body Clock
I was looking forward to leaving Nairobi for work last week. I left at a civil time for Machakos were I would spend one of two days for work out of town. The first day we arrived in about 90 minutes, we kicked off the interview train, moving across the city and its environs
Becky sat on her bed and stared at the bare walls of her room. It was a bit eerie today, it felt like the walls were showing her what she was inside, plain, bare and extremely empty. She shifted her weight to yank the duvet cover from underneath her, the old steel frame creaked echoing