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Things I Learned from my Bosses

  • Career

What excites me today is that I am not making the same mistakes that I made last year. With each new advancement comes different challenges, but I have learned focus, empathy, stress-management, delivery, and a quality-first mindset from some of the managers with whom I have been privileged to work. I can only hope that I have done a good enough job of passing off some of these lessons to my teams as well.

Populism is Killing Politics. But are We Helpless?

At its core, populism seeks to polarize populations and utilize the tactic of fear to pursue narrow-minded objectives. Populism has fuelled some of the worst episodes of subjugation that the world has experienced and it is sadly making a comeback. Some argue that it may not last long as the world moves in waves, but could this be the beginning of the end of rational politics?

A Man Named Khesa

When I saw the neighbourhood in Leribe where Khesa grew up, saw his father, met students at his former school, interviewed his former school principal and spoke with other community members who had witnessed his evolution, I couldn’t have been prouder of the young man who symbolizes the strength and grit that I desire to see in every young man across the world.

Quit Bashing The Youth: It’s Not Sexy

  • Life

Those who have made a career out of bashing the youth fail to realize that every generation engages with the world the way they find it. We are pursuing different ways of engaging with our world, constantly learning from the disappointments of generations past and quietly evaluating new avenues for involvement.