“They are the prudent who leave behind yesterday’s mistakes in complete self-forgiveness, but for the lessons they learned from them, and to then face each new dawn as if it were their very first.” – unattributed
I probably made some mistakes yesterday, and most likely will make more today. I may have said some things that would have been better off not being said, and done some things I wish I had done differently. Still tomorrow will come–and it is up to me how I choose to face the day ahead of me. The mistakes of yesterday are in the past, and with the right attitude and some effort, today will find us making fewer.
This piece provides some tips on ways social media accounts can be prevented from being hacked
Social media account protection and privacy came to the spotlight again on February 1 when Twitter announced that hackers had gained access to information, including user names and email addresses, of about 250,000 users’ accounts. Continue reading
For those who don’t know, “boo-boo” is an informal American English term for “an embarrassing mistake.” Every Nigerian knows that good grammar isn’t President Goodluck Jonathan’s strong suit. I was probably the first to publicly call attention to this fact in my April 16, 2010 article about then Acting President Jonathan’s visit to the US.
In the article, titled “Dr. Goodluck Jonathan, that was embarrassing,” I observed, among other things, that during the Q and A session at the Council on Foreign Relations Jonathan “couldn’t articulate a coherent thought, hardly made a complete sentence, went off on inconsequential and puerile tangents, murdered basic grammar with reckless abandon, repeated trifles ad nauseam, was embarrassingly stilted, and generally looked and talked like a timid high school student struggling to remember his memorized lines in a school debate.” I concluded that he was “unfathomably clueless” and not “emotionally and socially prepared for the job of a president–yet.”
Almost three years after, the president hasn’t changed a bit.
The ability to quickly respond to an employer’s changing needs will be important next year as organizations try to respond nimbly to customers.
Even as employers remain cautious next year about every dollar spent on employees, they’ll also want workers to show greater skills and results. Continue reading
Staying debt free is never an easy option and for most people overspending each month is the norm. Using these 10 tips may help you to stay debt free this year and in the future.
Ditch the credit card
Credit and store cards will eat your money if you don’t pay them off every month. Interest charges basically mean you are giving lenders your hard earned salary.
Researchers have discovered that mobile phone carry more bacteria than you will find in a toilet.
The research test shows that there was up to 10 times the amount of bugs which can cause nausea and stomach problems than were present in a lavatory.
Dr Ibukunolu Oluwaseye of Excellence Health Foundation, Jos, has said that people who regularly skip breakfast risk developing Type 2 diabetes.
Oluwaseye said regular skipping of breakfast increased the risk of Type 2 diabetes because the hormone insulin, which is responsible for processing blood sugar, was secreted mainly in the morning.
“If you constantly skip breakfast, the secretion of the insulin is discouraged; this begins with the secretion of a minimal quantity of insulin and it might lead to the eventual stoppage of the production of insulin. Continue reading