Startup mental health: coping with failures, depression and lonesomeness as a rising entrepreneur

Entrepreneurship is fast becoming the world's most populous choices of career but it usually comes with hard work, selfless sacrifices, and sometimes depressive nature. Entrepreneurship is admirable and promising but there is much more to what most successful entrepreneurs have made ... — Read More

Untold Stories: Women and power

Theodocia OkohHow well do Ghanaians know that name? Is she in our JHS or SHS curricula? Is her work studied? Are we all aware she designed our flag? Her colour choices were significant: red for the blood of our forefathers and ... — Read More

Organizational Change – A Blessing or a Curse? (3)

“Adaptability is about the powerful difference between adapting to cope and adapting to win”. --Max McKeown Dear Readers, I hope you have had a restful weekend. What are your plans for this week? I am sure it includes doing something slightly different ... — Read More

Rain, Rhetoric, Repeat

Rain. Flooding. Fear.When it rains heavily in Ghana, we inhale sharply. Our minds are cast back to June 3rd when persistent heavy rain, turned storm and then floods drove those seeking shelter to a petrol station. A deadly mix of oil ... — Read More

CEO in the City - The Experiential Economy

Globally within industries and as consumers we have phased through varying economics from the commodity economy, industrial, manufacturing, service to what we have now which is known as the experiential economy where brands are most customer focused. Experiential marketing transcends that ... — Read More

The staggering heritage fund hypocrisy

When Yaw Osafo Maafo, the Senior Minister, hinted of the possibility of the use of the Heritage Fund component of the Petroleum Management Act--which is meant for our future generation—to fund government’s free Senior High School programme, the minority in Parliament ... — Read More

Game of economic thrones

Mr. Fix It President?Economic vision. That was my focus for this first state of the nation address by newly elected President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.The president laid out a bleak economic landscape.  He told a nation his economic inheritance had been ... — Read More

6 things customers look out for in a shop

A customer would usually visit a shop because they have a need and are seeking an opportunity to satisfy that need, or perhaps they are seeking for a solution to a need. There is however a group of shop visitors who ... — Read More

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