The changing face of education has highlighted the intricate relationship that exists between autonomy, compensation, and passion. Finding a careful balance that honors and rewards educators while maintaining the intrinsic drive that has served as the cornerstone of education for generations is crucial as we navigate this shifting environment. The role of teachers has changed […]
We have all come across them in our professional interactions: coworkers who are able to disrupt and poison meetings with their toxic presence, undermining otherwise fruitful discussions. However, if you have a thorough understanding of these personalities and know how to deal with them, you can make sure that your meetings stay concentrated, collaborative, and
The university placement process is over, and you now know your course and institution of placement.Some parents have called me in fear after seeing the figures and some are just about to give up. As a student, you’ve probably seen a glimpse of your university’s fee schedule as you prepare to enter the world of
In the Little Things Lies the True Character: Small Things You Say and Do And Which Tell Us The Kind Of Person You Are.
It is often said that actions speak louder than words, and our everyday behaviors can reveal a lot about who we are and how we behave. The seemingly insignificant things we say and do on a daily basis can reveal important truths about who we are. These insignificant behaviors can reflect our attitudes, values, and
Every democratic society is built on the foundation of media institutions. Ensuring openness, responsibility, and the protection of the public interest are all important tasks they perform. Citizens’ knowledge, empowerment, and capacity to actively engage in the democratic process are all products of their tireless efforts. The media acts as a watchdog, demanding accountability from
The Kenyan Housing 3% Levy: A Case of Poor Timing and Communication or A Burden on Workers’ Shoulders
The Kenyan government recently proposed a housing levy, requiring workers to contribute 3% of their salaries to the building of affordable houses. This proposal has sparked a wave of peaceful protests among Kenyan workers. I must say from the onset that the goal of addressing the housing crisis is admirable and the 3% is not
Blind loyalty, I believe, is one of the cancers ravaging the African continent. Even elites are known to defend the indefensible in order to please their superiors. How can nations and organizations thrive if all that is followed and done is what the leader says and believes? Who said that the best ideas come only
From Bungoma to Malindi: When Religion Goes Rogue. Blind Faith, Blurred Vision: The Danger of Weird Religions.
Many people find comfort and inspiration in religion, which gives them a sense of belonging and direction. But blindly adhering to a religion without questioning its tenets and ways can be risky because it can breed extremism and radicalization. The world has seen many instances of people and groups who have taken their beliefs to
The rise in marital promiscuity has been a growing source of concern in recent years. Although some degree of promiscuity has always existed, widespread acceptance of extramarital affairs is a relatively recent development. It’s a concerning trend that has ramifications for relationships, families, and society as a whole. Infidelity is indeed destroying families and breaking
The Dark Side of Fame: The Role of Financial Motives and Mental Health Issues in Celebrity-Related Murders
The media frequently romanticizes fame and celebrity, showing how celebrities lead seemingly perfect lives full of money, opulence, and adoration. In contrast, the reality may be much darker than the glitz and glamour. Numerous high-profile cases of celebrities being investigated for murder—and in some cases, even recording their spouses poisoning themselves—have surfaced in recent months.