How fear nearly messed up my Life

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Quite often my peers tell me, Sarah your different, you don’t fear job interviews, you don’t fear anything, you just tend to do whatever you want and things just happen for you. But the truth is, I was just like any other youth, I feared a lot of things, I doubted myself more times in ...

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How I have Survived Unemployment for 410 Days

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As a new unemployed former employee I suggest you celebrate being unemployed because it will offer you the biggest opportunities in life. I like to quote a scene in the biography Jobs where Ashton Kutcher who acted as Steve Jobs fired the entire board and got down to Mike…he pushed an envelope in front of him, ...

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Why you need a personal slogan for your career

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I believe all of you have heard the term personal branding thrown around by your supervisors or bosses. But it can never be complete without a personal slogan. I have realized big corporations; Schools, Colleges and Universities use slogans that are punchy to reflect the culture of their organizations. 100% of these companies success lies in ...

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Traditional Meets Boss: Fashion designer Gloria Wavamunno shows how to wear the kitege trend and how to tell the fakes from the originals

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Gone are the days when kitenge was used to make traditional wear. Apparently in Kampala the material is making rounds in offices across the Town. The material has gained popularity in the last 5 years and it is presumed to have been made popular in Uganda by the outage of Nigerian music on the international ...

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How to Lace It to Office

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2014 is a blessed year for fashion because it was flagged off with many fashion trends that had not yet been hyped in Uganda like the return of the jean tops, Kneated skirts and dresses, Hi-lows and the grand return of Lace. I caught up with most of these trends but my favourite is lace, it's ...

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Dear Graduates welcome to the real world

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The real world is an empty canvas, waiting to be painted on. The real world has no jobs; it has insufficient medical care, poor roads, bad industrial systems and an education system that is stuck in solving the post colonialism governments’ problems. Now that you have graduated you are leaving your parents Garden of Eden and ...

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