Where are you going. You cannot leave with so many pieces of me still inside you. How will I ever put myself back together again.
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- I have realised that I can’t hear someone in my proximity sneeze and not say “bless you”. Whether I know them or not.
- I sometimes think that people who know me in real life feel the need to discuss really serious things all the time. Like that’s all I do all day, every day.
- Waiting for the Kenyan election results. Very tense moments.
- We get the leader that God has set aside for us. Got to believe that.
- Self-doubt is a professional killer.
- Feedback is great but its got to have context or it cripples you and makes you feel like the dog chasing its own tail.
- If I had to mentor someone at university again, I would certainly let them in on some of the soft skills required at the office as formal learning absolutely does not prepare you for the real working life.
- I just realised I never speak about what I do for a living. Mhhhh, post?