We have been told that life is all about balance; work and play, activity and rest, sorrow and happiness. Keeping this balance is easier said than done, though, and especially when it comes to our finances. While the formula is simple enough, it just doesn’t add up every time as it should – and when your savings first start to go downhill, it tends to tumble down quite fast.
This post is here to break your bad habits and encourage you to have a look at the way you spend your money and change your perception on savings.
Recently, one of my Clients shared the story of how she engaged her kids in the family business with The Guardian and I think parents can learn from it. Enjoy.
I started this blog for a number of reasons, first because I wanted to create a platform of my own on which share my ideas with the world, lend my voice to issues and such. With time, it grew into a platform that carried more than my voice, I started to curate content. In the end, I seek to inspire, encourage, remind and possibly jolt someone in a good way or even make you smile. This is why you will find interviews, stories and a myriad of positive content on the blog.
We can all suffer from low self esteem. The moments in life where we really struggle to muster up the confidence necessary to face life head on, can be really tough. Sometimes it can be difficult to pinpoint why we feel the way we do and what has happened to bring our self-esteem down to such a low level. Here are three of the most common reasons for low self esteem so that we can help pinpoint potential problem areas in order to take action and get back to our normal, confident selves.
Mrs L.D is back with a flash down memory lane.
I know. As a business owner or Nigerian reading this, you may ask: What’s the point? What’s my business with global brands? Those big brands have money to throw around and they are recording sales in the billions of dollars anyway but the truth is, everyone starts somewhere.
I recall that crash, I recall reaching out to her briefly soon after the crash. Since then, she has been on the rise, picking herself and her little girl up daily. Her story inspires me daily and when I reached out to her a about a week ago, little did I know I would be publishing her interview on the 5th anniversary of the crash. Pls read, comment and kindly share. A lotta people need to read and be encouraged.