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Yearly Archives: 2017

BOOK REVIEW #36

Born a Crime is a #1 New York Times Bestseller written by Trevor Noah, the host of The Daily Show, a program that has won more than 20 prime-time Emmy Awards. The book has received critical acclaim from readers, experts and reputable institutions. It is currently being adapted into a film by Paramount Players starring […]

DECEMBER 2017 STATEMENT, YEAR 6, MONTH 7

Happy New Month! I hope you enjoyed your November and are looking forward to having a spectacular December as you conclude this year and prepare for 2018. This month’s theme is Managing Disappointment, as some of you maybe because of not accomplishing some of this year’s goals. MANAGING DISAPPOINTMENT If you think people will do […]

BOOK REVIEW #35

Gordon Brown, who was a former prime minister of the United Kingdom, had the idea that the financial crisis of 2007 to 2010 can be reversed. Gordon was the chancellor of Exchequer for about ten years. Also, having read widely about economics, finance, and globalization, he was able to come up with a plan.  Gordon […]

NOVEMBER 2017 STATEMENT, YEAR 6, MONTH 6

Today, I got invited to the burial of my friend’s cat, Andrew. At first I was offended but didn’t show it. It was even hilarious. I imagined myself telling my PA to clear my schedule because I am going to Andrew’s burial. Andrew your neighbour? No, Andrew the white cat. Sometimes we need to be […]

BOOK REVIEW #34

In the world of literature, there are a substantial number of books that try to teach people how to be successful. Some of these books look at how other successful people were able to achieve success, while some just tell a story of how the author was able to attain success. However, “Outliers: The Story […]

OCTOBER 2017 STATEMENT, YEAR 6, MONTH 5

The world population in ‪1990 was 5.2 billion. ‪This has grown rapidly to 7.6 billion in 2017 and is projected to be 8.6 billion in 2030, 9.8 billion in 2050 and 11.2 billion in 2100 according to UN estimates. Which proves that the biggest problem to solve in the future will be that of storage. […]

SEPTEMBER 2017 STATEMENT, YEAR 6, MONTH 4

Some people will eat as much as their own body in steak and still have room for dessert. Be reminded that attraction is what you see, infatuation is what you feel, but real love is what you know! Furthermore, it is true that money can’t buy happiness. Poverty, however, can’t buy anything. THE STORY OF […]

AUGUST 2017 STATEMENT, YEAR 6, MONTH 3

Some people are like caterpillars. Suddenly, they change and then they begin to fly. Other people are like chameleons. They keep changing, but they keep crawling. DESPISE NO-ONE Jacob looked at Joseph and saw a good son! The ten brothers looked at Joseph and saw a useless dreamer! The travellers looked at Joseph and saw […]