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Increased productivity, happiness, and growth in a workplace. How the next great companies will be managed. This April marks the tenth month since I started working in a real world — away from school. For that period I’ve learnt a lot of things, both positive and constructive. A lot of new and great skills. But most […]

It would be very interesting if men were the ones who got pregnant as I am sure that would have resulted in medical insurance policies being more sensibly structured as opposed to what we have currently. When my wife got pregnant was the first time I seriously interrogated a health insurance policy, as with many […]

We are different hence we think and act differently in conformity with the situation at hand. There are the cool, calm and collected, those who have or seem to have shit figured out. They rarely panic or get dismayed when things do not necessarily go as planned. They always are armed and ready to move […]

The lecture will be streamed online, tune in: Campus Radio Popup – https://bit.ly/2w68jQA Campus Radio Kenya – www.campusradio.co.ke Radionomy – https://bit.ly/2qTLuOP Live Online Radio – https://bit.ly/2x2zFau William “Terry” W. Fisher III is the WilmerHale Professor of Intellectual Property Law at Harvard Law School and faculty director of the Berkman Center for Internet and Society. His primary research and teaching areas are intellectual property […]

Tension is high at the University of Nairobi after the university management held the swearing in of the students’ union leadership prior to the elections. Elections for the University of Nairobi Students Association (UNSA), initially known as SONU, had been scheduled to take place on Thursday, April 19. However, on Sunday morning at around 8am, […]

I get eager but jittery but mostly eager as I watch Samantha’s bridal show. I must confess though, this babe, is not a huge fan of relationships and especially the vulnerability that comes with it, yikes, buuuut the wedding part makes me feel some type of way. Weddings are such a divine and serene moment […]

The level of uncertainty a twenty-something-years-old is faced with every day is disheartening. These levels escalate and blow the roof off when it is now time to clear from campus and go meet the cold hard world. For some, the transitioning is easy whereas there is a group that gets it hard, really hard. For […]

There is one thing I never really understood about friendships and about expectations in friendships (or every type of relationship between two people): Why am I not supposed to see or mention bad characteristics/behaviour/etc.? It always strikes me as especially odd, that people expect me to always be on their side, even if they act […]

You know that the employment landscape is undergoing fundamental upheavals, right? You appreciate that the advent of robotics and artificial intelligence is going to give automation a big push, I hope? You realise that some studies suggest nearly half of all today’s jobs could be lost to automation – yes? And that it won’t take […]

Belonging is one of the most important things for every person I have ever met and I would assume the same goes for all the billions of people I haven’t met. It is part of the human nature and is connected to beautiful concepts like family, friends, and home. Sadly, to find this place where […]


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