Posts tagged culture
These routine habits are awesome for first time entrepreneurs!

 Taking care of yourself as a first-time entrepreneur is so necessary. This is not to deny that there won’t, inevitably, be long hours and stressful days. But there are simple practices that help in making life much easier than it is. It is important to also acknowledge that while not all of us run our own businesses however the principal around taking care of yourself for entrepreneurs or anyone who constantly who serves in a position that demands that you make decisions under pressure, are pretty much the same.

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Reasons why leaving your job now could be a good thing

So our banks are in the news. Everyone is talking about the swift and not-so subtle takeover of United Trust Bank and Capital Bank by the Ghana Commercial Bank.  It’s something to see, staff from one of Ghana’s premier banking facilities standing outside their  workplace, unsure of what the next step is. 

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The prudent writer and her conversations with great Ghanaian women writers

The prudent blogger: That’s what I call myself these days. I am hoping it will be the last time. I started to blog in 2012 when I have tucked away in Turkey; away from family, friends, and newly single. There was a lot to see and a lot to think about and writing came easily to me. Yet there are many memories there that remain unwritten. I knew blogging had become been a hot thing for a time but i was hesitant to get on board. Partly because it mattered to me if I was going to be a horrible writer and how ready i was for the judgement I'd receive and partly because... well that’s what i am writing about today.

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About the time A pastor stopped me from using my left hand at church

The first time I said "sorry for left" I stood still for a minute because I didn't know whether to slap myself or laugh. I was paying for something at a supermarket and I handed the salesgirl the money with my left hand. I said it because I had heard someone say it as a way of apologizing for handing over money or anything for that matter, with the left hand. I will completely ignore its grammatical shortcomings too.

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Marriage Frenzy - a miscalculated step?

My friend told me the funniest story. She called a friend to tell her about her wedding plans. Before she could get it into it, after pleasantries was exchanged, her friend chipped in “madam, I hope you are not about to tell me you are getting married?” According to my friend, the other person on the phone sounded scared actually. Like she could not contain on more call if it was about a wedding.

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