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Facts About Black-African Hair

Facts About Black-African Hair

By Janet Adeyemo Hair is a pigmented filament of keratin which grows from a follicle on the skin of humans and other mammals. Hair is very important to most women. To many, it defines beauty. Others may define wealth by the prize worth on a hair style. In our world today, the African hair is […]

The Most Important Hour of the Day for Entrepreneurs Isn’t What You’d Think

The Most Important Hour of the Day for Entrepreneurs Isn’t What You’d Think

To lead a business well, one hour daily is essential to maintain energy, focus and effectiveness. By Ken Gosnell Leading a business can be difficult and life-consuming, from the time the alarm clock rings until your head hits the pillow. A leader’s day can be filled with solving problems, overcoming issues and making tough decisions. Many leaders are […]

When an Unmarried Female opts For an Abortion

When an Unmarried Female opts For an Abortion

By Janet Adeyemo It is a very hard decision to make. She has to close her eyes and take that step she feels is right. Abortion! Abortion is the expulsion from the womb of a fetus or embryo before it is fully developed, with loss of the fetus; it can be either naturally as a […]

Let A Man Cry

Let A Man Cry

By Janet Adeyemo Who is a man? He is a human male. What is a man? A man is that character who is portrayed to be bold, strong, brave, audacious, multitasking, strong-willed etc. A man never cries. He is trained to run from help, for it is believed that only weaklings seek help. Advocates for […]

I talked to 70 parents who raised highly successful kids—here are the 4 hard parenting rules that make them different

I talked to 70 parents who raised highly successful kids—here are the 4 hard parenting rules that make them different

Margot Machol Bisnow, Contributor What is a parent’s role in raising smart, confident and successful children? What matters? What doesn’t? Though I am the mother of two happy and driven entrepreneurial sons, these are questions I never thought to ask. Looking back, I would have loved to have read stories about how entrepreneurs had grown up — […]

WHAT YOU DO NOT KNOW ABOUT MENTRUAL PAIN

WHAT YOU DO NOT KNOW ABOUT MENTRUAL PAIN

By Jesutofunmi Adeyemo Cringes to the bed, rolling from one end to the other with closed eyes. She screams at the slightest of sound made. Everything irritates, including her discharges. She hisses at its sight but heaves a sigh of relief, “At least, the visitor is here”. Dysmenorrhea is the medical term for painful menstrual […]

The 5 Bald Faced Lies Told to Aspiring Entrepreneurs

The 5 Bald Faced Lies Told to Aspiring Entrepreneurs

By Kathryn Finney  It can take a lifetime to sort through all the truly horrible advice you’ll be told as you create your startup. Often these opinions are stated as facts, until someone proves them to be myths. For example, before 2014, the idea was that you simply couldn’t build a successful startup outside of Silicon Valley. The head of […]

PARENT-CHILD CLASH

PARENT-CHILD CLASH

“We had a fight though we live by the same blood. The old man wouldn’t just get it right each time I try to make a point, this fight is becoming a daily bread and I fed up. Enough!” This was the fifth time Eniola would make a scene on the phone with me. Anyone […]

5 Reasons Procurement Should Be In Consideration For Your Startup

5 Reasons Procurement Should Be In Consideration For Your Startup

If there’s one figure that hangs over the heads of most founders, it’s the fact that nine in 10 startups will fail. The astonishingly low success rate of new companies proves that most are not launching with the right tools to build and sustain growth. Yet, I’ve seen that the majority of teams continue to overlook […]

Africa: Continent’s 5 Wealthiest Nations in 2022

Africa: Continent’s 5 Wealthiest Nations in 2022

By Maingi Gichuku While there are a variety of approaches for comparing different countries’ wealth, one of the most effective is to examine the individual country’s gross domestic product, also known as GDP. During a given period, the gross domestic product (GDP) of a country is the conventional metric of value-added via the production of […]