Don’t just settle for average or the bare minimum. Exude excellence. Mean what you say and say what you mean. Be a person who your boss can depend on to get the task done effectively within the set period of time. Don’t just sit around and wait for work to be handed over to you. Actively engage and look for ways in which you can help solve a problem. … More The Transition from School to Career
TMOC 4.0, which is coming up on the 25th, 26th and 28th of this month will be on “Career Advancement”. We have broken this down into three sessions to be held by three guests on different days.
To be a part of this conversation, simply click on bit.ly/TMO_C4 and you will be directed to the WhatsApp group. … More TMO Conversations 4.0 | Meet the Guests
On the 25th of February, we reached out to Bottrop Secondary School in Brikama, The Gambia- following our School Outreach project. We focused mainly on the students in the graduating year, preparing for WAEC. … More School Outreach 7- Brikama, The Gambia | Free Math-Set Project
There are words you might never hear a successful person say. This is because to be successful, there is a mindset a person must have. Successful people don’t shift blames. They take responsibility, learn from their mistakes and highlight ways they can be better. … More 5 Things Successful People Never Say
Choice of career determines destiny and an understanding of purpose helps to know what field of study to go. Most times, the supposed fame attached to a career is the reason why some parents want their children to go for it. Now, it isn’t about disobeying your parent but about giving your best to all you do. Let them know what you want and be good at it so they won’t have any choice but to let you go for what you desire. … More Pressures From Parents on Choosing a Career Path