Qazini Quiz
Who is your favourite child?
Parenting

Who Is Your Favourite Child?

We may disagree on some issues, but when all is said and done, I should never make my child feel less loved because of what they did or didn’t do. ...
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Imposter syndrome
Personal Development

Understanding the Imposter Syndrome

The imposter feeling not only occurs when you feel out of place; it also occurs when you have achieved something, but think it was either by a stroke of luck or through tremendous effort. ...
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Toxic relationships
Relationships

Toxic Relationships: Here Is Why You Must Quit

Every relationship has its ups and downs. There are disagreements and rough patches here and there. However, when the disagreements, arguments and fights are consistent, you are swimming in shark-infested waters ...
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Why are we so afraid to fail
Personal Development

You Can Either Act Now, Or Continue to Live in Fear

You’re afraid to fail pretty much because you want to avoid the intense and strong feeling of embarrassment, rejection, or feeling like a fool for thinking you had the right to try to be successful in the first place. ...
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Earth day: Be the change
Sustainability

Earth Day: Be the Change

Every one of us can make a difference in making our Earth (our home) a safer, healthier, and more equitable place to live. It’s time to step up. It’s time to make a change. It’s time to be the change.  ...
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Potential lies in the unknown
Life Lessons

Potential Lies In the Unfamiliar

Chris Mureithi credits his now successful career to courage. The courage to have a dream, take the first step to nurture it and persist when times got tough. ...
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The Dangers of Self-Diagnosis
Health Matters

World Health Day: The Dangers of Self-Diagnosis

Self-diagnosis is the process of playing doctor and identifying medical conditions in yourself. You analyze your symptoms, diagnose, and decide what the problem is without consulting a licensed medical practitioner. ...
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The 7 Cures for a Lean Purse
Wealth Management

The 7 Cures for a Lean Purse

It’s a secret that shows its workings, slowly, over time, with continued use. Once you understand that investing is all the difference between a life of comfort and a life of constraint, accumulating wealth becomes so much easier. ...
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How to wr
Education

How to Write a Personal Vision Statement

Many international colleges and universities desire every student to have a precise Personal Vision Statement. Whether you are studying locally or abroad, or pursuing any other post school option, it’s advisable to have it at hand ...
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The Two Core Philosophies I Use to Stay Motivated
Personal Development

The Two Core Philosophies I Use to Stay Motivated

Life is measured by…whatever criteria you use to measure it by. You can make it feel short or you can make it feel long. You can use the scarcity of time to your advantage or let it hold you back. The choice is yours. ...
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How to Avoid Getting Trapped in Perfectionism
Life Lessons

Ways to Avoid Getting Trapped in Perfectionism

Perfectionism is not a habit. It is a character archetype – a mental model. Perfectionists are naturally wired to find ways to improve things. It is only harmful if you let it get in the way of your being productive. ...
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The Plight of Single Mothers
Opinion

The Plight of Single Mothers

Why do we insist on bashing those who took the responsibility of raising their kids single-handedly while absolving the absentee parent of any wrongdoing? ...
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parental absence
Parenting

The Impact of Parental Absence in a Child’s Life

Working hard to afford your children’s fees, and a good life is truly noble. However, given the dynamics of raising children in this generation, it’s more important to spend time with them, teach them the proper behaviour, and listen to their challenges. ...
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Quit before It’s Too Late
Personal Development

Quit, Before It’s Too Late

Always remember, no matter how dreadful change is, there’s still something you’ll learn from it either positive or negative. Whichever the situation, you won’t be where you were yesterday. ...
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Conflict Resolution, Confrontation, Mental Health
Mental Health

Avoiding Confrontation: Does It Serve or Harm You?

We have been conditioned to believe that confrontation is ‘wrong’ and that one will hurt someone’s feelings, be deemed disrespectful or cause upheaval if they do it; the safer route is to be dishonest, hypocritical and compromise our integrity. ...
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Careers

Who Are You?

Self-awareness is the ability to see or have a crystal-clear understanding of who you are as a person. It gives you a chance to reflect on your abilities, strengths, talents, interests and uniqueness. ...
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Expectations, potential, beliefs, personal development
Personal Development

The Power of Your Prophecy

We trick ourselves into living below our potential to protect our ego and our identity. And then when we do try to set high expectations for ourselves, we only kind of sort of do it so we still have that out. ...
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Your Eulogy
Just life

Write Your Own Eulogy Now

But what if we took the responsibility of writing our own eulogy? Imaging our death and knowing exactly what we would want to hear from our loved ones and then living our lives in this same light.  ...
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Are You Still on Track?
Personal Development

Are You Still on Track?

When you slip, don’t make it some sob story, just understand what happened and use those insights to try again. ...
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