Tag: days of their lives


19
Mar 2017
Hard work smart work-Afropreneur POdcast Web

Hello Afropreneur, A question has bugged us for a while and it inspired this podcast. A bricklayer and a web developer, who works harder? This question is not intended to undermine anyone’s hustle. It just got us thinking. What should we define hard work by? Is hard work defined based on mental activity or physical activity? Why do people rate mental activity above physical activity? Why do we pay more for more mentally tasking activities in comparison to physically tasking activities? We evaluated the work environment across industries. We......

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26
Sep 2016
Ep16: Freelancing, Conversation with Eromo Egbejule

A lot of people want to become freelancers because they don’t want to be bogged by the regular 9-5 cycle but they fail to realize that freelancing isn’t easy, you can’t just sit at home and expect work to come to you. Freelancing doesn’t start when you quit your job, it starts immediately you decide to be a freelancer. Initially freelancing can be very challenging and would require all the resolve you’ve got. We spoke to Eromo Egbejule on his life as a freelancer and all you require to......

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25
Sep 2016
Meet Eromo Egbejule, the fearless Journalist

Eromo Egbejule is a Nigerian writer and journalist who writes on arts & culture, technology, business, human interest, conflict and the intersection with everyday living. His works have been published on various platforms including The Guardian, Reuters, Africa Check and The Africa Report and have also been translated into a number of languages including French & Spanish. Eromo is quite fearless and loves to go where the story is.  He was in Liberia to cover the ensuing situation when there was an outbreak of Ebola and recently embarked on......

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