Social Media cost me a job.

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Have A Policy That Governs Your Social Media Activities..

Futures Past

Let me break it down the way I know best. I got my current job through a friend that I met on Twitter. Back in the day, I used to be a ‘Facebook buff’ but one thing led to another and I opted to concentrate on other platforms. There is a debate that never seems to have an ending because of the nature of how people argue or discuss it. Should I be worried about the things I post on my social media platforms?

We often argue that these platforms are our ‘personal let-out zones’ but lately, it looks like we are no longer free to post whatever we once enjoyed to share with our friends and followers. It all began with Facebook shares, then came Twitter Retweets and so on and so forth.

I am more interested in the part where social media platforms have become an interview panel…

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Are You Investing?

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Realistic Approach To Investing..

“Make glorious, amazing mistakes.”

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Because if your making mistakes, you’re making new things…i love this

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In Neil Gaiman’s now famous 2012 commencement speech at the University of the Arts, he offers some excellent advice to free us from perfectionism, imploring us to simply create — to make art — no matter what. What’s wonderful about this advice is that it applies to any creative endeavour, regardless of whether your art form is writing, drawing, painting, sculpting, or découpage:

I hope that in this year to come, you make mistakes.

Because if you are making mistakes, then you are making new things, trying new things, learning, living, pushing yourself, changing yourself, changing your world. You’re doing things you’ve never done before, and more importantly, you’re Doing Something.

So that’s my wish for you, and all of us, and my wish for myself. Make New Mistakes. Make glorious, amazing mistakes. Make mistakes nobody’s ever made before. Don’t freeze, don’t stop, don’t worry that it isn’t good…

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On choosing FOCUS and living with PURPOSE

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The CHRONICLES of Eristaus

“Heeeeey! how are yooooou? Loooong tiiiiiiiime! OMG! where are you nooooow? Me I am with Ministry of Internal Affairs. Ehhh! banange we should hook up over coffee and catch up” – these are the kinds of conversation I normally have with “friends” I have not met in a long time and I still have no conventional answer to the question “Where are You now?

The past couple of years have been about doing everything. I did so many things so that if there was any such thing as a certified jack of all trades, I would definitely qualify.

Portait of Onyait Odeke

That was the phase I like to call the exploration phase. I could do one thing and when I was done doing it, I would realize that its not what I want to do for the rest of my life. I would then jump right onto the next thing. For the past…

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My Everyday Living

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This i can say is my first writing in such a format,pleased that i can start documenting pieces of my adventures and experiences to whoever finds it worth it.

From my bio am pretty much a diverse character, from attending to a patient to lamenting how Balloteli missed that sitter infront of goal then planning how am gona market these ripe oranges.Yap that’s my life and i hope you relate to it.

What took me so long to write a blog, i really don’t know, it’s just that something you keep on avoiding yet you know you really wana start it up.Am not those literature freeks that find this a piece of cake, but i hope i will be someday lol.This will be tough eversince i ditched my smartphone for feature phone, but i guess i will master my way through.

This will be more like an episode of my experiences as a youth venturing in oppurtunities that come knocking and the trends that come by.

Finally i hope this shares ideologies, fun and love in all that we put our hands to.Welcome..