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Success Journey XVIII

The thing is that no knowledge gained is lost. I read accounting for a reason and never practised as a professional nor did I work in any financial institution. Frankly, I find debit and credit monotonous and tedious. However, the knowledge is there and has been of immense help in all my business dealings.

Change The Narrative by Enkay Nwangene.

Is nursing the only profession for Nigerian immigrants in the US? I asked a question some time ago on Facebook and got some very interesting...

Diaspora Diary: Prioritise A Driver’s License Over Western Union.

I haven’t jogged for some time. I‘ve just been doing short 2–3km walks on the banks the river Lee instead of the usual hour-long...

Anecdote: The Entrepreneur’s Greatest Tool Is….

No matter how much you have mastered the game there will be a month when that financial pressure will come upon you like the Biblical thief in the night. And so it was for yours truly last month. 

Doings In Mbiri, Echoes In Cork.

I know he wouldn't want this but I just couldn't help it. I had to blog this one for posterity. Like the Biblical instruction, my...

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