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20. July 2018 at 22:45
by Romaisa Ghous
Self-confidence is the key to success. Self-confident people are admired by others and inspire confident in others. They face their fears and challenges with courage and determination.
They overcome their insecurities and obstacles with spirit. Self-confident people are always positive. They have that charisma in their personality and determination in their eyes. They are usually satisfied with their life and encourage themselves to strive for bigger and better.

Many times we find that we're unsure of ourselves. We constantly belittle ourselves and find faults in ourselves. We doubt our abilities and skills. We just want to hide ourselves from the world. A little failure breaksus and we start to curse ourselves and our luck for that. Confidence can be a hard thing to build up. Not everyone is born with an inbuilt sense of self-confidence. Sometimes it can be hard to build up confidence because of past failures and experinces.

When it comes to success nothing is more important than self-confidence and belief in ons...
Technologies changed our lives
19. July 2018 at 22:08
by Hamid Ali Shah
Science and technology dares us to dream the impossible to make possible. Every human being aspires for serenity. If serenity is the end then the technology is the mean through which one can achieve the ultimate goal. Technology gives us the courage to venture into unknowns, and challenges us to be determined when we are doubtful.
As I am typing this article, I have been thinking if computer was never created in the past century, would I be able to type this piece of article by using MS word to take part in the competition? Without the invention of World Wide Web (www) by Tim Berners-Lee, can I witness this breakthrough of information almost in every subject.

As I put my thoughts into the words, another question props out of nowhere, scientific discoveries have brought us to the exhilarating world of technology. It is beyond doubt that technology is the lifeline of modern society which is of utmost utility and importance. Because technological innovations have brought mankind to a new bizarre dimension which we have never thought before. Biomedical electronics, pharmacogenomics and green technology are ...
19. July 2018 at 22:07
by Christopher Tawiah-mensah
I see you don't trust me. No need to worry my head over that. You don't trust anyone but yourself. Maybe I'm way too honest- my bad, I am a Taurean. That's what gets me into trouble these days. Our past has the present looking like a fresh murder, a typical prototype of the scars we hide under our clothes. We pin the pains and dim the paints of our hearts and swear to never be taken for granted ever again; engraving marks on walls and soils to seal them.
So we shudder at the truth when told. A bitter-sweet chocolate to munch on. It looks too good to be true and too bad to be true- we judge with our scrolls of many experiences. Scrolls that define everyone to be evil and us, just us, to be good. "People don't change" oh how we spread our bedsheets and fly our limbs with this; blessing ourselves to an episode of cinnamon sticks between our teeth and never asking the million dollar question, 'Aren't we also, People?'"Somebody needs to sweep here and clear these gutters" he points with his index finger with voice echoing through the winds. He forgets that he too is 'Somebody'. He forgets that he has hands and legs that can pick up a broom and a spade to shove a mud, he forgets.. that the government is you and I and not someone in an Italian suit sipping a glass of scotch ...
Decoding India
18. July 2018 at 17:00
by Pranav Mohla
The ills associated with Indians today, not just the leadership but we, the people, are not inherent, but instead a by-product of the six decades of atrocious leadership. That is not meant to excuse how we have become as citizens, but once the system of leadership changes, after a short lag, we'll all be far more worthy citizens too. The focus therefore should, at the moment at least, be on dealing with the fountainhead of India's problems until that problem is well and truly gone
What we need is a watershed redressal of an underlying injustice, with the power of people asserting itself over the political class, catalysing by the leadership and inspiration of the ideals of our founding fathers. We are tired of the arrogance, incompetence and of course the corruption of the people who we have chosen to serve. Many battles lie ahead, but just a small of start of evoking amongst ourselves a sentiment in monumental proportions for the betterment of our nation shall truly mark the beginning of a new era for a greater, spiritually cleansed India.

Bureaucracy ridden Education Systems
Only one out of 9 children finishing school actually join a college. Only 1 out of 10 Arts students and 1 out of 4 science students are ultimately employable. There's also an unacceptable gap as regards the quality...
The Small Businesses in Somali
17. July 2018 at 23:09
by Abdisalan Ahmed Hussein Fidow
There are many entetpuners in Somali , this study will argue the small business in Somali and so the main benefit of Small business. However the trade rose significant with the economic growth , since 1970 the Somali people crowed the cities and towns, They need Businesses after that grdual arise for export and import so the trade will have a positive impact on Economic growth in Somali.
To start a business in Somalia opens great opportunities. But according to the current situation, it’s not so good as it was before. The economy is growing stronger with each passing day. This has led to an increase in business opportunities in the country. I have compiled a list of the top 50 business ideas that you could consider to make the most of the present economic boom. Somalia is recovering its past glory! Its economy is getting stronger.

Accounting for over 15% of employment for the people of Somali , agriculture is vital. There are different types of crops that can be grown in the country ranging from cereals to fibre crops and flowers, Banana , etc. Although the trade is export and import are thus seen as source of Economic growth in Somali.

Benefits of Owning Small Businesses
The owners of S...
Can you sit still?
17. July 2018 at 22:58
by Omkareshwar Jha
Sit still without doing anything. Try that with closed eyes and in alone. How much time you can still. Try to observe. Is that you or anyone else. Can you stop your own private world with closed eyes that most of the people suffering or just like a play they use to or allow the imagination to run a movie & emotional and mental trap.
Only peoples having high depth in their selves or in depression in sever depression can only experience & know how to shut down the system of yourself. For other peoples it's even difficult to experience. So to prove you i would like to do an experiment. So are your ready my friend!
Okay take a deep breath deep but slow and exhale it in same way you inhale.

Now time for the challenge "Stand on your one leg" and try to balance with the other feet on the ground. Haah, so it might be difficult but most of us can manage and say it's just the matter of practice. So now my friend "Close your eyes with one leg in air". You can try any or both leg one by one in the air and try to keep the balance. One leg will surely perform better than other depending upon your working or most used hands. As we know Brain have two he...
Decline of the power of Pakistan People’s Party
16. July 2018 at 21:27
by Muhammad Attique Shah
The article deals with the declining street power of Pakistan Political Party. The party had the honor of being a ruling part of the country but now they are just remained in Sindh province.
Recently, the chairman of Pakistan Peoples Party Bilawal Zardari was seen active in a election campaign which was seen with many cars, buses and bikes all together to show their street power while making Bilawal; sit on a +4 wheeler lorry. On reaching to every city, the workers raised the slogans of Wazeer_e_Azam Bilawal which depicts that. They think that He would be next prime minister of Pakistan. I don’t know the crux of their ambiguity but at least I am sure that People, from their rally, have been clear about declining street power of Pakistan Peoples Party. Similarly, the party have also been caught for swallowing more than 90 billion rupees. Which were issued to spent on Larkana.

The lust for money and greed for power have made them out of their conscious level that Bilawal’s car killed a girl under wheels because ...
A Bite of Friendship
14. July 2018 at 20:39
by Mary Joy Orola
It's an amazing world, ours, filled with diversified expressions that make us up, either deliberately or without notice. Relationship is one important live wire of humanity and friendship is a branch of it that cannot be underestimated, even with the hurts that accompany it sometimes, because in all everyone needs someone to call a friend!
Allen handed the book over to Merya as she with undivided attention was engrossed in the laptop in front of her.

''What is it?'' she asked, barely looking up at one of her closest buddy.

''Take a look and stop acting all foreign.'' She shot him a sharp rebuking look and then flipped through the pages of the book he gave her with an almost nonchalant attitude. And…

Really?! She said in a whisper as she looked through the pages.

”Really?” Is that all you can say? Really?! I got your defense all done for you, something you have been struggling to do for the past 3 weeks, promising yourself to get it printed out at your Departmental head’s office but have not been given the chance. You got it on a platter of gold and all you could say is “Really”?''

''I’m sorry Al, it’s just tha...
A logically impossible process of learning
14. July 2018 at 20:37
by Valeriia Tsytsyk
It is a commonly accepted fact that people use memory on a regular basis for memorizing and learning necessary information. In case of learning languages, Nick Bilbrough stated that “we need to go through three processes in order to remember language: encoding, storage and retrieval. During these processes, we make sense of the received data, linking it to already existing knowledge, storage of the information into long-term memory, which plays a significant role and use it in case of necessity”(Bilbrough 2011).
This procedure seems to be quite logical and plausible in case of adult memorizing and learning when the brain is completely developed and runs at full capacity. However, how is it possible for children to learn a language or acquire any piece of information if researchers generally agree that the age at which our long-term memory starts to develop is 3-5 years? Consequently, it is not the long-term memory through which children learn and acquire language but something else, unique and completely different from adult comprehension.

The process of memorizing as well as the memory itself can be described in the most varied ways, depending on the attitude and perspective of a person. One may say that memory is the mother of all wisdom (Aeschylus), a marvelous instrument (Primo Levi) or the scribe of the soul (Aristotle). Whereas from the ...
Who controls your inner mechanism?
13. July 2018 at 22:04
by Valeriia Tsytsyk
Have you ever wondered about the uniqueness of the world? What is that tiny part of each human being that makes more than 7 billion different? What makes us fall in love, hate, change our inner world, simultaneously changing the world around? Eventually, what is that force that pushes us to ask such questions?
Have you ever wondered about the uniqueness of our world? What is that tiny part of each human being that makes more than 7 billion different? What makes us fall in love, hate, change our inner world, simultaneously changing the world around? Eventually, what is that force that pushes us to ask such questions? The answer is easy and complicated at once – personality.

It is interesting that you can have as many different descriptions of this term as many people you ask. There may be associations with some inner features, talents, advantages, and disadvantages that affect other people’s impression or simply a smile or a sight of a person that makes him/her a special one for you. If to glance at the more officially accepted explanation, personality is defined as” the set of habitual behaviours, cognitions and emotional ...
What makes Kazim Shah stand out among all the candidates contesting for national
13. July 2018 at 21:36
by Muhammad Attique Shah
The article discuss the criteria on which a candidate shall be evaluated. After reading the article residents of NA 212 will easily be able to evaluate each candidate. It answers the question and compares others candidates with Mr. Kazim Shah.
Before casting vote to anyone it's very much necessary to go through a comparative analysis of all the candidates in terms of their vision, ideology and the foresightedness to develop a society they are a candidate of. The same formula I applied to best evaluate the candidates and I found Mr. Kazim Shah the most deserving person for a vote be cast. Few thing makes him stand ourin all those include his previous work; done for the welfare of Moro citizens while uplifting the whole society. Yeah, it can be expected that; he may work from dawn to dusk.

So considering sect a basis for casting a vote, is really ridiculous approach. Because Prophet Peace Be Upon HIM admired one of the kings in the past who was a non Muslim but because of his society; based on justice, He PEACE BE UPON HIM admired him which proves that the base for a vote be ...
My Anxiety and I
12. July 2018 at 17:25
by Christopher Tawiah-mensah
No, no, no, no, you have it all wrong. You twisted the whole and branched to a rather sharp exit. My horoscope forbids me to explain myself after I spell out all the necessary preambles like a good old quizmaster. Too bad there was no hint of coffee in the air- it would have jerked your mind to the words I spoke. Or to the countless gestures I howled and hiked, hoping you'll dig the signals and save me from myself.
The shaky notes on the call, the throbbing hearts and whispering pines of prayers, the loose greetings, the smirk of a smile, they are all side effects. I have a touch of Anxiety. 'Breathe Chris, breathe... The earth is still round. We all bleed red. You got this. God's got your back!' my words of calm. I have it as a reminder on my phone and a gospel in my mouth. A gospel only I can have.

The phone buzzes steadily. My heart races greedily; takes to its heeless heels. Whether a 100 meter dash or a hurdle, it cares less. An adrenaline rush sets in, I scuttle across to reach for the call. 'Is it a friendly or an unknown or a known but we-don't-usually-talk fellow?' oodles of smoky questions talk my head off. I smell a gas leakage. My 'Hello' bounces off the zinc roof top, makes an annoying dance and sticks out its tongue while looking in...
Information Technology in Education and New Generation
12. July 2018 at 17:20
by Nisha Meena
The information society challenges the education system. In recent years, the speedy, effective and global communication of knowledge has created a new foundation for co-operation and teamwork, both nationally and internationally. The increasing role played by information technology in the development of society calls for an active reaction to the challenges of the information society.
Already, new and greater demands are being made as to the core qualifications of individuals, as well as to their understanding and knowledge of the consequences of the introduction of information technology for the work and organisation of a company. The result is the efficient handling, processing, co-ordination and administration of company resources, which is decisive for the competitiveness of the company.In a society which is becoming increasingly dependent on information and the processing of knowledge, great demands are therefore made that the individual should have a solid and broad educational foundation on which to build.

Educational policy in the information society must ensure that:
• IT qualifications are developed by means of their integration in all activities in the education sector and
• The individual ...
Lamjung Model United Nation 2018
11. July 2018 at 15:03
by Kushal Naharki
Youth Thinker's Society-Lamjung organized Lamjung MUN 2018, national level UN simulation as the third iteration of the Lamjung MUN, with EIMUN (Everest International Model United Nations) as it strategic partner in Beshisahar, Lamjung from 23rd to 25th of June, 2018.
Youth Thinker's Society-Lamjung organized Lamjung MUN 2018, national level UN simulation as the third iteration of the Lamjung MUN, with EIMUN (Everest International Model United Nations) as it strategic partner in Beshisahar, Lamjung from 23rd to 25th of June, 2018.

There were two committees World Food Program and Economic and social council. I was dais member in WFP Committee as Co Chair. It had Mr. Rohit Tandulkar as Chair and Miss Pallavi Shrestha as Director. The following resolution was made during the committee session of the WFP Committee.

World Food Programme
Sponsors: Afghanistan, Ethiopia, India, Russia, Syria
Signatories: Australia, Bangladesh, Bhutan, China, Congo, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kenya, Malaysia, Mexico, Nepal, Nigeria, Pakistan, Somalia, Sudan, Uganda, UK, Ukraine, USA
Topic: Promoting fo...
Comfort zone. Do you need to go out it?
11. July 2018 at 14:50
by Anna Kontseba
What is the comfort zone? Why do many people affirm that you have to go out from your comfort zone? What to do if you can't go out it?
Comfort zone is some space where you feel comfortable. This is your routine life, personal space, places where you used to spend time and close people. Sounds great and it looks like you really don’t need anything else. However, there are two types of people: who guess it’s necessary to go out from it and ones who think there is no need to do it.

Let’s explore “for” and “against”.
Why do you need leave your comfort zone?
1. You will see more opportunities around you
2. You will be able to meet more new people
3. You will try something new
4. You will be not afraid of making changes
5. You will be always for explore something new, go wherever and whenever to find new emotions ...
Global Climate Change Impacts on Earth
10. July 2018 at 19:17
by Nisha Meena
The global climate is changing: the impacts associated with the accumulation of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere from human activities–changes in mean temperature, shifts in seasons and an increasing intensity of extreme weather events–are already occurring and will worsen in the future. Millions of people, particularly those in developing countries, face shortages of water and food and greater risks to health. Adaptation measures that reduce vulnerability to climate change are critical, especially in many countries where the risks are here and now.
Without action in the form of adaptation of social, human, economic, and natural resource management systems, these weather changes are predicted to result in decreasing surface and ground water availability, flash floods, degradation of soil resources, decrease in crop yields, greater vulnerability to crop pest outbreaks, and declines in forest and pastureland ecosystem goods and services, thus rendering agricultural and herding communities extremely vulnerable to weather related losses of life, livelihood, and food security. Climate change affects every aspect of society, environment and economy requiring adjustments in behaviour, livelihoods, infrastructure, laws, policies and institutions in response to experienced based expected climatic events. Solutions must be integrated to address the interrelationships between water, agriculture...
Why do some countries remain poorer than others?
09. July 2018 at 18:29
by Mthandazo Khumalo
Some countries around the globe are in an economic condition that does not allow their citizens to enjoy basic services or satisfy their basic needs such as food, clothing, housing, education, healthcare and so on.
This article is an attempt to explain the reasons why some countries are still poor. The first partwill explain some internal causes, the second part will analyze the external causes and the third part will be about the limits to these justifications of poverty.

For instance thirty-three sub-Saharan African countries with a population estimated to 617 million in 2001 have a per-capita income of $271, in other words a daily income of 74 cents. Life expectancy at birth is below sixty years in these countries and Child mortality rates are above 100 per 1000 children (Jeffrey Sachs et al. 2004).

On the other hand, some countries facing the same reality of poverty in the 1960s have been able to pull themselves out of poverty and even join the circle of developed countries. South Korea which is now a member of the Organization for Econom...
Globalization: the effects on economy, culture and society
09. July 2018 at 17:43
by Anna Kontseba
Nowadays globalization plays an important role in our society. What does it mean? What is the role of this phenomenon in the modern world? Is it good or bad?
Globalization is the process of complicating and deepening interconnections and interdependencies between countries and regions, enterprises and even people. This phenomenon has 3 forms: economic, political and cultural. It means it influence on three aspects of our life.

Globalization makes our life more comfortable, gives more opportunities in the modern world. Let’s explore the most important benefits that globalization gives us.
1. Saving of production scale. We can analyze how many goods we need and we can save money and resources in one branch to spend them more where we need
2. Deepening the international division of labor. Specializing of each country on production goods that will be competitive in the foreign market makes the world economy more logical and rational.
Does the Soul Exist?
08. July 2018 at 20:43
by Pranav Mohla
Have you experienced the whisperings within your being? Unbiased, Unprejudiced, Unpreprocessed! To examine subtle connection that reflects the presence and mysterious activity of consciousness in the world that there will be structure in what should be random data, associated with major global events that engage our minds and hearts. Trying to change, social, national or global realities without working on human consciousness means there is no serious intention.
Consciousness can be a big factor in creating change on the planet. Sending thoughts of love, healing intent, prayer, good intention, and more can have a powerful influence on what you are directing those feelings towards. Foundations rest upon insights through excerpts from Preserved scriptures and life experiences of Mystics, Singularity in thought from the moment of transcendence through a cosmic consciousness only in purpose for the development of Human potential. Does the Soul exist?

Descriptions of consciousness coincide precisely with the descriptions of the universe in quantum physics.

How can time be subjective to the human mind? (How long is 5 minutes? – it depends on whether you have 5 minutes left in an exam or five minutes in an elevator full of people...
What to do if something goes wrong
08. July 2018 at 20:30
by Anna Kontseba
If you sometimes are worried because of problems in your routine life and various difficulties, this article is for you! Find out the ways of successfully overcoming any troubles and reducing their impact on your life.
Human’s life is full of good and bad things. It is a sequence of white and black lines. It’s normal to feel happy in one period of time and sad in another. What changes good periods on bad ones? Problems in our routine life, conflicts, troubles on the way of reaching the goal, hard situations and misunderstanding with people – all those influence on the stay of your soul. All bad things which happen with you – it’s okay. Life cannot be perfect all the time. All you need to improve your life and get rid of things that concern you is motivation, large desire to be happy and actions.
Let’s explore what can help you to go out a winner from any hard situation in your life.

First thing is motivation. It is really important not to give up in any case. You have to remember that there is a good exist from ...
The Impact of Technological Change on Labor Market in Developing Countries
08. July 2018 at 20:24
by Simona Kovachevska
The technological advancements and inventions change not only the work processes, but the everyday life too. Because of the increased access to education and opportunities, developed countries are more likely to use modern technology. Those countries can easily adjust the labor market and the whole economy to the changes. On the other hand, developing countries find some difficulties in the process of implementing modern technologies.
Developing countries have problems related to the labor market and it’s adaption to the technological changes, especially because developing countries have high unemployment rates. This paper offers a research of the impact of technological change on the economic growth and unemployment in the developing countries, with particular reference to the Republic of Macedonia.

In many areas the technological change brought positive implications. The technological transformation plays a key role in the economic growth, because making innovations to the production machines, production methods and products in order to increase production volume or efficiency will result with competition advantages and profit increases (Çalışkan, 2015). According to Regalado (2012), the implementation of digital technology is going to cause a massi...
Gujarat Elections- A Gamechanger In the Long Run?
06. July 2018 at 17:17
by Souryaditya Sen
This article will be providing readers with a brief idea about the Gujarat Elections which took place at the end of 2017. The Gujarat Elections according to many was a gamechanger. And it may have a significant bearing on the 2019 Indian General Election Results. This article will give you just a sneak peek into the currrent Indian political scenario.
I have focused on the two leaders who may be holding the key to India's future. Our current prime minister, the larger than Narendra Modi of the Bharatiya Janta Party . And on the other hand, the perennial underdog Rahul Gandhi of the Congress who is slowly but surely finding his feet in mainstream politics. The Gujarat Elections was not just a clash of these two personalities. It was a lot more. It is a dress rehearsal for the bigger elections and challebges which both parties have to overcome I have not delved too deep in this article. However, I hope you will be agreeable to my views and be able to enjoy the piece.

Life seldom turns out the way you expect it to. Certainly after the 2014 Lok Sabha Debacle, nobody would have dreamt that the Bhartiya Janta Party would huff and puff their way to a simple majority in their traditional s...
5 places which you need to visit to understand what Ukraine is
06. July 2018 at 17:13
by Anna Kontseba
Every country has its own appearance, soul and habits. To find out country’s soul we can read books, watch TV shows or read its news. To know more about habits you need to communicate with people, understand their values and lifestyles.
What about appearance of country? Of course, it’s its unbelievable landscapes, beautiful monuments and huge cities which take our breathe. Today you can read about 5 places that I strongly recommend you to visit in Ukraine to understand what this country is and why it is so special.

Nowadays, using the Internet we have an opportunity to explore different places. However, pictures can’t change your own view, they cannot show you all. So if you can afford to see something personal, don’t hesitate to go to Ukraine. I have taken three cities because they can show you what the life of Ukrainian is and two nature objects that can help you understand what Ukraine as a place is.
1. Kyiv
2. Lviv
3. Odesa
4. Synevyr lake (Carpathians)
5. Khortytsa

Kyiv is a capital of Ukraine. It is a city of almost 3 million popula...
The Role of Cooperation in the World of Solitary Geniuses
06. July 2018 at 09:28
by Valeriia Tsytsyk , Zulfiqar Ali Ramzan
In order to understand the link for cooperation among different people and issues in it, it is necessary to know what the reasons are. Is it due to social interaction a society has with the individual, or by a person's himself? What are the causes of possible problems in cooperation process and what effects do they have?
Over the past decades, the ways of different approaches towards any sort of work have been changed radically. The fact of an undoubted progress and development in varied spheres of human life is more than evident. However, among all the achievements and growth, there are still some issues on such basic levels as communication and cooperation. There are more than enough examples of people who are able to present their work in a great way as individuals but cannot cooperate with others; and when it comes to the teamwork, it causes a huge problem or even a conflict situation.

From the psychological point of view, this phenomenon is quite normal and common since the roots of the misunderstanding or simply a problematic situation is in the uniqueness of each individual, different attitude and approach. It may sound trivial, yet the fact th...
The role of food wasting on starvation-descriptive study
05. July 2018 at 21:18
by Adan Bulale
Do you know that 1.3 ton of food is wasted every year across the world, the main reason behind it is that those who are wasting don’t believe that the human needs for it, the industrialized and developed countries waste more food than developing countries, and many agricultural lands across the world are turned into industrial lands, in addition, 1 billion people in the world use less food than the rate they required and other 1 billion people use more food than the rate they actually needed, unfortunately, these actions are causing acute starvation
In this study, I will focus on how wasting the food causes starvation, I will narrate separately starvation and food wasting, also I will come up with some facts about food wasting by quoting FAO and other researchers, plus I will mention the main causes of food wasting and the strategies we can cope with it.

This study will examine the contribution of food wasting on starvation, employ descriptive/ conceptual research, I will read almost ten articles written by different researchers and institutions including FAO, after noting the concept I get from them I will summarize them and put it into writing. During this study, I reviewed ten articles written by different scholars, and all of them focused on the relationship between starvation and food wasting in different context especially in the third world including Africa and Asia.

How the three years of MasterCard service changed the lives of the Somalis
05. July 2018 at 21:08
by Adan Bulale
Somalia locates the horn of Africa, sadly to say, it is one of the poorest countries in the world, missed formal banking since the fall of the former regime 1991. Back in that time, the people of the country have been using informal banking.
However, in June 2015, the famous MasterCard worldwide- the US-based multinational financial services firm and world largest currency give license to the premier bank Somalia to issue MasterCard branded cards. This bank issues 10,000-20,000 cards every year to give it is customers, now the Somali people have access to their money in their accounts by 24 hours through ATM machines in the country. In addition, the customers can use their cards to purchase at the point of sales in the country. Though the bank does not still installed the required number of POS and ATM machines yet still it is a good step taken forward.

The good news is that anyone who travels to the world can withdraw his/her money from the ATMs around the globe, similarly, the people from outside of the country can use their cards to the premier ATMs. Foreign investors h...
Enable, inspire, influence!
03. July 2018 at 22:44
by Pranav Mohla
The impact of our activities run far deeper than the eye can see. What is it about leadership that makes it so much harder to define than the attributes so often associated with it?
Charisma, efficiency, intelligence, ambition, inspiration and morality! These deep qualities become intrinsic to the leader over years of personal development accelerated with the catalyst of constructive adversity. The cliché practice makes perfect is no joke. One cannot learn charisma in a classroom any more than one can create initiative in a seminar or find integrity in a book.

Muhammad Ali once said, “Impossible is just a big word thrown around by small men who find it easier to live in the world they’ve been given than explore the power they have to change it. Impossible is not a declaration. It’s a dare. Impossible is potential. Impossible is temporary. Impossible is nothing.” We all choose our heroes and grapple with the question of leadership through their example. I embarked on a journey to ...
Recent Trends in Ponzi Scheme in Nigeria
03. July 2018 at 22:39
by Esimaje Michael Onoseme
In an economy where it’s so difficult to earn a living, many Nigerians and Youthful Africans inclusive of fellows from my region in Warri, Delta state Nigeria has opted to try out their perceived luck on current ponzi schemes or latest pyramid schemes, with the hope of making huge profit.
The need to make it in life has always been a constant nagging in most of us, and so many struggle and the more ambitious ones struggle harder. Unfortunately, as much as we struggle there seems to be no light at the end of the tunnel and with the current situation in Nigeria many invest in any Ponzi scheme or pyramid scheme as they call it, to stay afloat.

The Ponzi scheme has always been called a scam with its unbelievable returns and its failings, right from Twinkas Ponzi to MMM and co. This made financial securities tighter to eradicate or bring to minimal. Though Ponzi schemes seem more secure but painfully, it gets more people to take its reins to lead more people than ever into financial destruction.

With the current situation in Nigeria, it is of no surprise that more Nigerians still dive into the pool of any new Ponzi scheme...
The Call
02. July 2018 at 19:57
by Christopher Tawiah-mensah
"Why don't you just go the normal way: sit at home, watch TV and trouble won't find you. You always have a seminar on your calendar, a music event to attend. There's always something to do with you."
Daddy's favourite slang. I do understand him though. We have been through a lot in the past few years. Any responsible parent will do same; protect their wards against the stench of society. The news has us all in our safety wears. We slip into our overalls, finger the gloves and boot those feet. The helmets are never forgotten on the dusty racks.Thought we said African germs were not harmful! Truth is, we can't be too careful, we can't be too safe. The next second is not promised.

The next oxygen might evolve into a nitrogen molecule and choke on our bronchia. Or maybe, just maybe, the next blink might glue our eye lashes to our lower eyelids, blinding us for the rest of our lives. Or maybe if we had checked the fuel gauge one more time after the 11 checks, the car wouldn't have broken down at this dead end. Even numbers always do th...
Sports betting
02. July 2018 at 19:55
by Ahmed Shalby
Sports betting has a unique appeal to it. This appeal is based on the fact that you are not betting in a setting where the house as an edge and shaves something off the top of your earnings. Here, you are dealing with cold numbers, and are in a certain amount of control regarding the choices you make. The major question for those starring is whether this type of wagering can serve up a consistent kind of winning pattern.
Is Sports Betting profitable?
Yes, it is. It all depends on how you go about it. See, the experienced handicapper does not respond to sentiment like the rest of the betting public. He uses a wide range of sources to determine what could sway things in a particular way and draws his own spreads. He tinkers with this until the last minute and then compares what he has with the bookmakers’ official figures. It takes some work, but it has the capacity to take you ever so closer to a win. Speaking from the perspective of cold numbers, you generally just need to be right a little over 50% of the time to be profitable.

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