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Here In The Now

I’ve been told a countless number of times, unfortunately I forget the most potent truth towards living a life of fulfilment. Guru’s, books and mindfulness apps have reminded me, but yet, I forget. This piece of wisdom has been passed from generation to generation since the time of Gautama the Buddha, yet I forget the... Continue Reading →

‘Big Tech’ on Demand

Various governments have administered stay-at-home orders to mitigate the pandemic we face. Oil prices at a low, unemployment at a high and many companies face bankruptcy. While people are told to work from home and social distance, this pandemic has increased our reliance on technology. Streaming platforms such as Netflix have added 15.8 million new... Continue Reading →

Content Marketing: The Joe Rogan Experience

No longer do we have to resort to Nigerian pyramid schemes for online traffic. Today, effective content marketers engage customers through online content creation. Their aim is simple, provide valuable content and solve customer pain points. Unlike the Nigerian method, content marketing creates trust and long-term customer relationships.  source: Contently Effective Content Marketing  “The Joe... Continue Reading →

The Fintech Giant

You don't have to be an "Intelligent Investor" or have "One Up on Wall Street" to have heard the term Fintech floating around in your local conversations. Fintech sit's in the core of this digitally robust world,  yet many do not know the products or services that fall under its category. FinTech is short for... Continue Reading →

Into The Cloud

Organisations and individuals use the cloud to store, manage and process data via a network of remote servers, rather than storage devices and hard disks. If you found this article through the internet, you've probably been using the cloud for a couple of years now without realizing it. Scrolling through Instagram or sending your boss... Continue Reading →

Medical Technology and Big Data

Before you entered this world, your parents heard the beating of your heart through an ultrasound. When you were a kid you were given vaccines that saved your life after a street Monkey in India scratched you. You remember getting rushed to the emergency room as a teenager countless times to get X-rays for broken... Continue Reading →

On Habits

Actions Sometimes my actions feel automatic. The moment I wake up, I check the time on my phone and then stager out of bed to make a hot cup of black coffee. The taste, the smell and the energy I receive grants my day kickstart. I’ve been performing theses same actions daily for years now.... Continue Reading →

Solitude and the Digital World

The main commodity in the digital world is attention. Attention is the new gold. We are trapped in the rhythm of habitual checking; our smartphones almost like our lovers, they go everywhere with us. Fear Of Missing Out (or FOMO as the generation calls it) runs deep in our primal ancestry. We are programmed to... Continue Reading →

Resistance

There’s a secret that real writers know that wannabe writers don’t, and the secret is this: It’s not the writing part that’s hard. What’s hard is sitting down to write. What keeps us from sitting down is Resistance. - Steven Pressfield Resistance overwhelms when you try to take a step forward. Think about the entrepreneurship... Continue Reading →

Shoshin: The Beginner’s Mind

Shoshin is a concept from Zen Buddhism meaning “beginner's mind.” Shoshin refers to having a mind that is open and curious. A mind that is free from preconceptions when studying a new subject.  Photo by Victor Freitas from Pexels "In the beginner's mind, there are many possibilities, in the expert's mind there are few."- Shunryu Suzuki We tend to follow the... Continue Reading →

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