Work–life balance is a concept including proper prioritizing between “work” (career and ambition) and “lifestyle” (health, pleasure, leisure, family and spiritual development/meditation). Work is something we choose to spend a good chunk of our time doing whether we enjoy doing it or we do it for the money. Continue reading Work / Life Balance: Reality or Myth?
The main goal of any business investment is to make profits, which comes from sales. For consumers to make purchase decisions there must be brand awareness which is well achieved through marketing communication of the brand which can be achieved through advertising, promotions, public relations, direct marketing, personal selling and sponsorship among other tools of brand communication. Continue reading Advertising or Promotions?
For those of us who had a religious upbringing, religion has always been a moral index. It would then come as no surprise when a church congregation seeking transport rebukes the offer by a bus named Hellraiser. Continue reading Religion: a moral compass?
Open relationships, also known as polyamorous, are gaining wider attention and acceptance. Many people, all too aware of rising divorce rates, the potential of cheating spouses, and the reality of multiple-partner relationships in other cultures, are examining poly as a viable alternative to monogamy. Continue reading Monogamous relationships and societal expectation
A rich person is somebody who has abundant possessions and material wealth. When most people refer to the youth they mainly refer to people who are 30 years and below. Most people do not achieve financial security in their youth hence achieving it before 30 is a great feat. Continue reading How to be Rich Before 30
Most young girls grow up having fairly tales read to them before they go to sleep, their nights are filled with dreams of the moment that they will meet their own prince charming; someone who will give them that something that the likes of Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty had. Continue reading Weddings, unnecessary evil?
A thought journey on the beginning of time and the origin of the universe Continue reading Was There Ever Nothing?
This is the art of being friendly and helpful to others around you or the bonds of friendship that binds us together in a community. Continue reading Neighbourliness
For an industry obsessed with insight, the funny thing is that we’re not short of it. In fact quite the opposite – we’re tripping over it. Most organisations are now suffering from a serious case of insight indigestion. Insight managers now have so much information coming at them that insight itself has ceased to be the issue. Continue reading Death of Insights
A bride once asked a cake decorator to inscribe the words from I John 4:18 on her wedding cake: “There is no fear in love, but perfect love casts out fear.” Continue reading Miscommunication