This is a guest post by Anelisa Nokoyo What is the basis of our dreams and how can we achieve them? What does it take to make it to the “big time”? I personally believe that our dreams are a reflection of our talents and are expressed in terms of passion and excitement. It’s[…]
This is a guest post by Tsholofelo Mabona So you have taken a plunge, quit your claustrophobic 9-5 job and dived into the world of a freelancer. And you now can explore your home country or you can travel the world. But like anything else; there are pros and cons of freelancing. I mean, sure nothing[…]
Focus and productivity are essential for doing your job, no matter which industry you are in. No matter who you are, sound can affect your focus and productivity. For some, it is the lack of sound that helps them focus, and for others, background noise or even music helps them stay in the zone and[…]
The recent rise of video marketing on Social Media platforms have left me feeling quite anxious. I totally understand the appeal and tremendous influence that video marketing has as a part of your social strategy. Your following wants to get a glimpse into the lives of the ‘real’ people behind the brand.
Article by Linda Craig. Most students do not revise for their exams as much as they think they do. If they were to log every minute they spend revising through the week, they would be woefully saddened by how infrequently they revise and by how little they do. These are the things students need to[…]
Guest Post by Anshuman Kukreti “Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work.” –Thomas Edison It’s all about the freedom you enjoy Since your childhood you’ve been advised to study sincerely, get good grades, secure a job and work hard like your boss to live life comfortably. But,[…]
I don’t know if any of you are familiar with Gretchen Rubin and her novels, The Happiness Project and Happier at Home – but she classifies people in four categories of tendencies when it comes to their approach on internal and external expectations. I’m not going to go into too much detail with regard to[…]
Okay, so this might sound rather weird. But if you know me, you will understand that I tend to put myself last when it comes to growth. I’m obsessed with helping others and I get my energy for seeing how my input can influence someone’s life. Unfortunately helping others can also be a form of[…]
As you might have realized, I’ve been a bit missing in action with regard to my blog. But I’m back – and I mean business. This week I’m featuring a guest post by a recent freelance friend. Freelancing can be a rather lonely journey, so it’s always pleasant having a fellow writer reach out and[…]
I have to be honest. I was probably your typical University student. Studying a BA Degree already put me in the party category of University living. What I learnt from myself during school was that, as a procrastinator, I was capable of cramming loads of information in a short period of time.
At this point in time studying wasn’t a necessity and what came first was either partying or spending time with my boyfriend. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not at all regretful of how I spent my early twenties, because I do feel that you need to get all those needs and wants out of your system before entering the real word.