First of all I want to say congratulations on making it to the last day of the year, 365 baby! I hope to see you same time next year and in subsequent years.
Since New Year’s Eve is here, it is time for the infamous “New Year, new me” statement or should I say trend. Many of us try to do a 360 turn around in our lives in a short period of time and make a million and one changes and/or commitments only to give up on them after the holiday high is over i.e. give or take 2 weeks to a month if I’m being generous. In this blog post, we will be looking at how to get out of that trap this year and actually make your New Year resolutions stick around long enough to do their job. Let’s gooo!
As a fairly recent graduate from university, I have become disillusioned with the societal promise of "go to school, get good grades, get a degree and you will easily get a decent job after you graduate." It is not that this statement is wrong, at the time of our parents and their parents it was true but nowadays it has not been updated. These days, to have a fighting chance, you will need to equip yourself with some high income skills which can set you up for a better life. We will be looking into some of those skills today. Let's gooo!
'Tis the season to be merry, 'tis the season to be jolly, 'tis the season for gift giving. December is probably the most festive time of the year around the world, you have holidays like Christmas, Kwanzaa, Hanukkah, etc. With holidays such as Christmas, gifts are involved, people buy a lot of stuff so shops and stores make a lot of money while keeping the people happy. The problem with gift giving though is that sometimes we don't know what exactly to get someone. What kind of gifts do you get someone who is into personal development? Someone trying to improve themselves be it on a specific or general level. Well, that's what we'll be getting into so let's gooo!
The world is dynamic and is ever changing, the market is getting saturated, the educational system is getting bankrupt and universities are producing sub-par graduates. Gone are the days when you could just show up with a degree certificate and boom! A comfortable job is available on a golden platter. These days, everyone has a degree whether it’s a Bachelors, Masters or even a Doctorate. In today’s blog post, we’re going to look at 9 important skills you need to acquire in order to survive, succeed or thrive in the 21st century. Let’s gooo!
My name is Ofai and I'm passionate about blogging and it gives me fulfillment that I can help you out so sit back, relax and enjoy your weekly carats of #SelfImprovementGems with me!