One of the newest figures to emerge on the world stage in recent years is the social entrepreneur. This is usually someone who burns with desire to make a positive impact on the world, but believes that the best way of doing it is, as the saying goes, not by giving poor people fish and… Continue reading Who is a social entrepreneur?
Every market is driven by different factors, some play very big roles in the subsequent transactions, while others aren't as significant. In today's article, I point out how the factors of demand and supply complement each other in this, the job market. Like in any other market, the employment industry is affected by factors of… Continue reading How does demand and supply affect your employment?
The homerun obstacle race was scheduled for late last month and I was so looking forward to it. Unfortunately, a few days prior to the race I got sick and started second guessing my participation. This run was meant to demonstrate the challenges that refugees face while fleeing their home countries, usually in small families.… Continue reading The Homerun: If you’re willing, then it’s possible.
Putting things off is the biggest waste of life. It snatches away each day as it comes, and denies us the present by promising the future. The greatest obstacle to living is expectancy, which hangs upon tomorrow and loses today. You are arranging what lies in fortune's control, and abandoning what lies in yours. What… Continue reading Dare to live today!
I am always fascinated by the prospect of discovering a new definition of economics and its role in shaping the dynamics of our society. Some of you are probably still caught up in a maze of figuring out what this phenomenon called "Economics" actually is. A number of people perceive it differently and so have… Continue reading The state of Economics today.
Hope is like the sun, which, as we journey toward it, casts the shadow of our burden behind us. Only in the darkness can you see the stars. When you have lost hope, you have lost everything. And when you think all is lost, when all is dire and bleak, there is always hope. ~Pittacus… Continue reading Hope!
Yesterday, I came across a very interesting article in the Daily Monitor Newspaper regarding peoples' spending habits. I found it related to my previous article titled "Living within our means for a better tomorrow" and was therefore prompted to share it with you this day. The phrase, "Failing to make ends meet " is common… Continue reading Poor spending habits: A major cause of the vicious cycle of borrowing.
Yesterday, I was part of a market place convention held in Kampala, Uganda. This convention is held once every year and brings together Christians from different walks of life in the job market. For instance, some of the companies that were represented included Renault car company,Insurance Company of East Africa (ICEA), to mention but a… Continue reading Integrity: A virtue essential for personal and national economic development.
The best way to boost the economy is to redistribute wealth downward, as poorer people tend to spend a higher proportion of their income. Ha-Joon Chang.
Today, I was priviledged to attend a conference with the theme Power, Sex, and Money, the emphasis being on Money. Majority, if not all of the people in attendance were quite youthful, with some of them being students at university and others recently starting out in the job market. The discussion at hand was very… Continue reading Living within our means for a better tomorrow.