Tag: AfricanLeaders

Balance Your Leadership Role like You Would the Clutch Gear

Sometimes I feel like Leadership skills compare closely to the clutch pedal. If you’ve ever driven a manual shift car, then you’re most probably familiar with the clutch, the third pedal that you have to press in order to change gears. My first encounter with the clutch pedal many...

Right it-For Persons Living with Disabilities

Changing the direction of the wind can be a daunting task but there’s always an option to change the sail and point it to your own direction instead, right? Every time I walk in the buzzy streets of Nairobi, I’m reminded of the joys of life by the hundreds...

Africa’s Creative Economy is Apt to Fattening Your Pockets.

I adore creativity, don’t you? I mean, who doesn’t. Expressiveness dates back to eons ago, I think from beginning of time. Well, just look at stories that took time thousands of years ago. Remember that time David and all the house of Israel were celebrating before the LORD, with songs and...

African Female Presidents who Kicked Butt to Sit at the Top.

If you have been blessed to be in the company of a wise woman, you’ll agree with me that it is as super fulfilling as the famous Kenyan masala chai or that strong addictive Ethiopian coffee. After all, Proverbs 8 did tell us that counsel, sound judgement and insight...

Top 5 African countries where gold shines

The first encounter of gold you get in the Bible is in Genesis 2:12 where God had placed it in the East of the Garden of Eden in a land called Havilah. God in his own words said: The gold of that land is good; aromatic resin and onyx...