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Read A Little, Live A Little

Read A Little, Live A Little

Whatsapp, Instagram, Events, Conferences, Parties, Gossips, Series, Movies etc.. We all do that almost on a regular basis yeah? But how well do we read books? Did you just sigh? I know some people would sigh, laugh or smile but whatever the expression is? Do you read? How long have you read in a while?  You […]

Chimamanda Adichie To Receive Honorary Degree From Duke University

Chimamanda Adichie To Receive Honorary Degree From Duke University

Chimamanda Adichie, alongside five others, will receive honorary degrees at the Duke University, a private research institution in California, US. The event, which will hold on May 13, is part of the school’s graduation ceremony. This is not the first honorary degree to be received by the novelist. In 2017, she was a doctor of […]

Ways To Read More Books

Ways To Read More Books

You’ve probably said it to yourself 100 times before: I really need to start reading more. When you’re an out-of-the-habit adult with a full schedule, however, finding the time to pick up a book can be a challenge. But this is a goal worth striving for. Science is beginning to back up what book-lovers already […]

How To Expand Your Vocabulary

How To Expand Your Vocabulary

Throughout the last few years I have invested a significant amount of effort into expanding my vocabulary. I have found some methods to be more effective than others, and outline the most effective methods I have found in this article. There are two ways to learn new words— by deliberately looking them up, or by […]

LOUD WHISPERS: Choices

LOUD WHISPERS: Choices

Last week, I had a conversation with a young woman who had just finished reading my autobiography, ‘Speaking Above a Whisper’. She said the chapter that intrigued her the most was the one in which I described some of the influences that shaped my life from an early age. The chapter she was referring to […]

Give The Girls Books Not Husbands

Give The Girls Books Not Husbands

The Police Force in Rukwa Region has apprehended three parents for, allegedly, marrying off their school-going daughters. The venture, if proven beyond reasonable doubt in a court of law, could attract a stiff jail term. It is an irrational venture, to say the very least. National leaders have often spoken bitterly, and sometimes angrily in […]

Teju Cole Considers Why Racism Is Not Someone Calling Him The ‘N’ Word

Teju Cole Considers Why Racism Is Not Someone Calling Him The ‘N’ Word

As a citizen of Nigeria and the US, he thinks about art, literature and politics from a point of view he calls “placelessness.” That’s one of the themes in his new essay collection, Known and Strange Things. The volume covers the globe, but it’s rooted in the dynamism and energy of Lagos, a place the author misses […]

20 Business Books You Must Read Once In Your Lifetime

20 Business Books You Must Read Once In Your Lifetime

If you are thinking you need an MBA from a top school to boost your business acumen and prepare yourself for a challenging career ahead, chuck the thought because this list of business books will have you thinking like a top business major in no time. So, if you want to bolster your networking, leadership, […]

12 Books Recommended by Women Entrepreneurs

12 Books Recommended by Women Entrepreneurs

Are you a woman in the startup world? Do you sometimes like hearing about what other women entrepreneurs are reading? There are a lot of books that claim to have the best advice for starting up, being an entrepreneur, creating the perfect business model, etc.  The choices can seem really overwhelming if you’re extremely busy (which […]

25 books that every entrepreneur should read

25 books that every entrepreneur should read

We spoke with wildly successful entrepreneurs and VCs like Mark Cuban and Peter Thiel and pored over years of interviews with star founders to find the books that every aspiring entrepreneur should read. Here are their top recommendations. Bianca Male, Aimee Groth, Richard Feloni, Natalie Walters, and Alison Griswold contributed reporting to this article   “The Fountainhead” by […]

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