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  • Seven things successful people don't do

    Everyone desires success. But as they say, success is not achieved on a platter of gold. If you want success, you have to work for it. Actions and inactions simply differentiate a successful person from a “person of failure”. What do successful people do differently that make them succe...
  • Boosting your employability chances

    Employment opportunities are scarce/limited, but not non-existent. Gone are the days when your school results/certificates are what employers (strictly) use to recruit employees. Nowadays, you need more than certificates to get your desired jobs; you need technical and applied skills, self-marketing...
  • What you should know about recruitment

    Recruitment, in this context, is a process through which companies/organizations, government, etc. enlist human resources needed to function in various capacities to advance their goals. Encarta dictionary defines recruitment simply as the process through which companies/organizations enrol som...
  • Six major ways to fund your small startup business

    Starting up a new small business can be so promising and joyful. The excitement of starting something new from scratch, the freedom of being your own boss, the prospect of becoming the new success story -  top rated, forbe-listed entrepreneur - all these put together is more than enough to...
  • Ten ways to boost your personal effectiveness

    Ideally, no man in possession of his sanity does not dream to become a man of success. Yet a lot of people who dream of success end up being a mere dreamer; they never achieve the success which appears so close to them in their dream. Why? Whether or not a man will turn his dream into reality ...
  • 9 photos that describe the state of primary school education in Nigeria

    Primary education is the foundation of educational pursuits. If the foundation is strong, whatever is built upon will stand the test of time, and if it doesn't, inevitably it will collapse. The four cardinal points of education – writing, reading, speaking, and listening – must be acqui...
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  • Five major study tasks to do after class

    To become a high flying student isn’t by mere rhetoric. It comes with hard work, diligence, discipline, and what have you. Many students believe that if they can go to class regularly and achieve the average 75% attendance schools usually require of them, they have already done all there is ne...
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  • For parents: How to monitor and ensure your kids’ safety on the Internet

    It cannot be overemphasised; the Internet is an essential resource for kids. There are countless useful activities kids can do on the Internet: acquire knowledge/skills, play educative and interactive games, communicate with the parents, teachers, and friends, etc. Nonetheless, the Internet can...
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  • A brief review of Against the Run of Play: How an incumbent president was defeated in Nigeria by Olusegun Adeniyi

    Author: Olusegun Adeniyi Publisher: Kachifo limited Category: Non-fiction Publication Year: 2017 Pages: 221 Against the Run of Play is a page-turner political exposé. It reveals, in print, detailed happenings in the Nigerian political scene during the regime of former President Goodluck ...
  • Four ways you can gain practical experience while still in school

    You don't have to wait until after graduation to begin to acquire a job experience. Whatever is your course of study – science, engineering, agriculture, humanities, etc.— having a hands-on experience in the field is very important, particularly for those who are looking forward to getti...
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