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Your Weekly Jethro Motivations For Better Learning

Your Weekly Jethro Motivations For Better Learning

There is no doubt that the digital revolution is bringing a lot of improvement to our professional growth.With just one click you can get almost all the most updated information on a product, a company or the  best business investment available.

A survey revealed that the first top 4 leading digital marketing are LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube. And Knowledge is the most valuable product being exposed on those channels.

For example, with 63 millions monthly users, an average user spends 17 minutes monthly on LinkedIn. This bring us to an average of 30 seconds of learning a day!

Such data makes me question how much could be learned in such a short period of time knowing that our brain need to process information and demand constant practice to integrate knowledge into our skills.

The speed at which information flows on the digital  world may become a danger for our generation if we do not take time to be selective on what we consume on social media. And after selecting the best channels and the best information we need to grow ourselves for a better professional outcome, we still have to apply the Read-Reflect-Act process to make sure we benefit 100% from the knew knowledge.

If an hour is invested daily using the above learning process, it’s estimated that one will be among the top professionals in our specialty area after 2 years.

Why don’t you try it on these weekly motivations? It could be a good start since these speeches are crafted from the leading social media channel in the World.

First, read all the motivation speeches and select the one that captivate you the most as it’s related to your professional area.

Second, reflect on it by rewriting it down in your own words. Use a dictionary if necessary to understand it better. Google the author name to know more about him/her because it could help you have a better insight of the context. You will therefore understand what is being said from the author’s view.

Third, take action by answering the question : “How can I apply this knowledge to grow myself, my skills or my business?”


1.“You may never believe you are great. A great mother, a great partner, a great entrepreneur, a great leader… And that’s ok. Lead anyway and just keep trying to be better, without letting natural self doubts limit you.”(Stella & Dot Family Brands founder and CEO Jessica DiLullo Herrin)

2. “Focusing on what should be done after having a difficult conversation is just as important as having the conversation itself.” (Kalaari managing director Vani Kola)

3.“This is an ideal time for every workplace to reflect and review the support mechanisms and programs in place to promote staff mental wellbeing.”(Workskil Australia CEO Nicole Dwyer)

4. “The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn.” (Alvin Toffler)

5. “You never know when you’ll meet your next investor, customer, or partner.”(Knowlly founder Andrèz Coco)

6.“But just because it’s not easy to address these complex issues doesn’t mean we shouldn’t do what’s right and tackle them head-on.” (Mylan CEO Heather Bresch)

7. “Growth happens when you’re stretched. Growth happens when you’re pushed. Growth happens when you’re forced to overcome challenges, obstacles and self-doubt. If you aren’t uncomfortable, you aren’t growing.” (Jeff Haden, Author)

8. “It is hard to summon a sense of hope and self-worth when you’re on your own. So you squeeze out any semblance of progress you can find, and then you celebrate it. One of the greatest motivators is a sign of progress.” (Adobe’s Scott Belsky)

I was really challenged by the 4th motivation speech as I notice that the business and professional world is changing very fast due to quality knowledge. I am more committed to invest an hour everyday to learn from a professional platform, a book or a success model.

I would be glad to know which of the above declarations challenged you to become a better professional and compelled you to reflect and act on it.

Herve Ngate. Author/Writer/ Cross-Cultural Psychologist and Communications Trainer

Your Weekly Jethro’s Wisdom For Growth

Your Weekly Jethro’s Wisdom For Growth

I am happy once again to introduce the weekly motivational speeches crafted from linkedIn. They are updated  motivations on current world and business challenges.

I called the article “Jethro’s Wisdom” because of the famous story of Moses’ father in law -Called Jethro-who gave Moses an advice that revolutionized his leadership and management skills and made him more effective and efficient for God.

As I told you in the first article of this serie, the Bible is my primary source of inspiration for every aspect of my life and I thought it could be nice to name this motivational serie after Jethro’s advice to Moses.

Jethro’s wisdom is just a methaphoric image meaning that, in business and professional life, we need the advices of others to reach our full potential even if they don’t necessary have the same beliefs as us.

So let’s dive deep into the next seven declarations from professionals that could trigger your goals:

1.“Wherever companies and individuals are committed to swift action in the service of their core values, they can find new customers and opportunities.”(The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America president & CEO Deanna Mulligan)

2. “Don’t worry unduly about showing nerves: they prove you really want the job. A little dash of self-deprecating humour can help relax the mood.
” ( Hamilton Bradshaw CEO James Caan)

3. “If you lead a life of consequences, you’ll accept a lot of nonsense that comes your way. But if you live a life of convictions, you will always exercise the right to speak up.” (Prabir Jha, President & Global Chief People Officer, Cipla)

4. “It’s easy, especially as a first-time founder, to try to overcompensate for areas of insecurity or doubt, but I’ve found a strategy that works better than trying to be someone who I’m not—admitting where I don’t have expertise, and also, where I do.” (Jebbit CEO Tom Coburn notes)

5. “There’s something wonderfully freeing about realizing the world can and will keep turning without you. Completely stepping away from work for a time gives us the gift of perspective.” ( Executive coach Elizabeth Grace Saunders writes)

6. “You need responses that are punchy, crisp, compelling, and to the point. One-word answers are a disaster, but so is a filibuster. Keep it conversational. You can always elaborate when the interviewer asks a follow-up question.” ( Korn Ferry CEO Gary Burnison)

7. “The phrase “brain food” is real and powerful, and we find it when we take on new challenges in our jobs, read up on an area of interest, listen to a podcast, or tackle something that forces us to think in a different way.” ( Robbie Bach,Consultant)

I really liked the fith motivation because I understood in a new way the importance of holidays to have a refreshing vision of the future.

Which one of the above motivation was interesting to you? I would be glad to hear from you.

Hervé Ngaté. Author/Writer/ Cross-Cultural Psychologist and Communications Trainer

Summer Hat And Sunglasses Mysteries Solved

Summer Hat And Sunglasses Mysteries Solved

When I was a teenage boy, I remember me and others children use to have a certain game: We wanted to see who among us could look straith at the sun in the sky for the longest period.

I remember having teers flowing from my eyes each time we play the game not knowing this was a sign of eye damage. Later, I wear a hat almost everyday to protect my eyes from sunlight. I also remember that when I was diagnose with myopia, I had to ask for dark glasses against the sunlight.

I would like to share with you, 3 informations that could help you avoid damaging your eyes or help your loved one avoid it.

It’s important to understand that according to some researches “sunlight can flood your retinas, overstimulating the rods and cones that sense light and causing them to release chemicals that can damage the retinas. This condition is known as solar retinopathy, and it can cause permanent eye damage.”

1.Ultraviolet (UV) Radiation And Your Eyes. …

According to preventblindness “Extended exposure to the sun’s UV rays has been linked to eye damage, including cataracts, macular degeneration, pingueculae, pterygia and photokeratitis that can cause temporary vision loss.”

2. The worse of all: Macular degeneration

Based on their information,  affirm that “macular degeneration is a leading cause of vision loss for older Americans. UV rays, especially UV-B rays, may also cause some kinds of cataracts. A cataract is a clouding of the eye’s natural lens, the part of the eye that focuses the light we see.”

3. Not only during summer

The above also confirmed that “Sun damage to eyes can occur anytime during the year, not just in the summertime, so be sure to wear UV-blocking sunglasses and broad-brimmed hats whenever you’re outside.”

The thruth is that  the cloud cannot protect you against sun’s rays because they are thin.

I would like you to protect your vision and the one of your beloved one by buying  a sample of this Sunglass  for just $5.64.

For women, you could also get a nice and cheap Hat for only $9.99.

For men also, there is a good quality and cheat Hat for only $9.99 also.

With less than $16, you could protect yourself from any eye damage due to sun but also prevent blindness.

Hervé Ngaté


The Power of Small Achievements!

The Power of Small Achievements!

This week has been the publication of the 100 th article on in almost 2 years.

With the approach of thanksgiving , one of the first things I am gratefull to God is the ability to keep writing all this time despite the many challenges.

My goal is to continue to write for the next 8 years whatever happens.

This means I would have published 500 articles in 10 years. I will be 44 years old by that time.

Considering an average of 800 words for each article, I would produced 400000  words in 10 years. An equivalent of 10 books of 100 pages average.

As we are preparing to enter year 2018, I am writing to encourage you to start something, how small you estimate it.

I started with no experience on blogging. I only had the passion for self-development contents and the desire to communicate my experience with the greatest number of people.

This is where it led me:

– 100 articles writen by me, co- writers and writers from Cameroon, Uganda, Burundi and India.

– Worlwide visibility in 123 countries in 5 continents.Countries.jpg

– More than 20 000 viewers and visitors on my blog.

– Free Self and Organizational Development Training in Netherland, Uganda, Kenya, USA, India and Cameroon.

– 4-Ebooks published on

If the passion for something good and valuable burns in your heart , do it with the little resources you have and grow it with hard work and perseverance.

That’s what I did and I am determined to keep writing!

Start somewhere! Do it and keep doing it!!!

Hervé-Boris Ngaté

Nouvelles Approches pour Révolutionner le Système Financier International.

Nouvelles Approches pour Révolutionner le Système Financier International.

La mondialisation entraîne l’interconnexion économique des nations par un système financier international. Le système financier international décrit l’ensemble des opérations financières sur le plan international, tandis que le système monétaire international gère les relations de change et de crédit entre les pays.

Un système financier est constitué d’unités institutionnelles et de marchés qui entretiennent des relations complexes en vue de mobiliser des fonds à des fins de placement et de fournir des facilités pour le financement de l’économie mondiale.

Les institutions financières sont en majorité des entreprises ou des administrations publiques ayant le droit en leur nom propre de posséder des actifs, de souscrire des passifs, de s’engager dans des activités économiques et d’effectuer des transactions avec d’autres unités.

L’on y retrouve aussi les institutions collectrices de dépôts (ICD), où l’on peut investir ou emprunter des fonds, les Banques centrales émettant la monnaie fiduciaire, les banques commerciales, les sociétés holding, les autres sociétés d’intermédiation financière, les gestionnaires de fonds spéculatifs, etc…

Or, loin de sécuriser les échanges et de produire une prospérité partagée, cette coopération économique et monétaire génère de graves crises.

Par exemple, en 2007, les familles américaines dont les revenus stagnaient furent incapables de rembourser les prêts immobiliers non garantis. Il s’en suivit en 2008 la crise immobilière des subprimes. Elle devint financière et bancaire lorsque les banques insolvables ne purent plus accorder des crédits. D’où la faillite de Lehman Brothers, dont les répercussions plongèrent les Etats Unis dans une crise économique sévère.

 Quant à la Grèce, la  banque d’investissement Goldman Sachs lui proposa de mauvais instruments de mesure qui masquèrent l’ampleur réelle de sa dette. En fin 2009, cette banque commit un délit  en révélant à certains de ses clients les vrais chiffres de l’endettement grec, ce qui leur permit d’attaquer  ce pays au moyen de la spéculation.

Selon la journaliste économique Myret Zaki, les taux d’intérêts de la dette  grecque explosèrent de7% au taux exorbitant de 20%. Aussitôt, les marchés paniquèrent, et la crise contamina toute l’économie du pays.

Ainsi, les Etats s’endettèrent lourdement pour renflouer les banques, et devinrent incapables d’assurer leurs missions sociales envers les citoyens subissant chômage et appauvrissement. Pour s’en sortir, certaines banques ponctionnent leurs clients en prélevant leurs comptes.

En plus, les programmes d’ajustement structurels imposés par les institutions de Bretton Woods (FMI et Banque Mondiale) sont parfois inefficaces. Somme toute, le fait pour un pays d’avoir sa dette cotée en bourse le rend totalement vulnérable aux attaques des spéculateurs internationaux. Désormais, l’Etat semble l’otage du système bancaire globalisé.

Au regard de ce qui précède, le système financier international est-il le garant du bon fonctionnement de l’économie libérale globalisée ou un instrument de domination ? Comment trouver des solutions appropriées à ce problème ?

A ce titre, l’Islande et le Botswana sont des exemples de pays ayant réussi à sortir de la crise. En 4 ans d’austérité,  l’Islande a remboursé l’intégralité de sa dette au FMI, évitant ainsi la faillite.

Elle affiche un taux de croissance de 3.5 %, pour seulement  4% de chômage, un  PIB de 53 918 USD/habitant, 100%   d’alphabétisation, et une espérance de vie de 82.06 ans. La hausse des impôts a été compensée par une dévaluation de sa monnaie. Le système bancaire a été assaini et les exportations diversifiées par les nouvelles technologies.

Avec un taux moyen de croissance de 7,7 % sur plusieurs années le Botswana  représente le nouveau miracle africain, car ayant réussi à multiplier les revenus de ses citoyens par 11 entre 1960 et 2007. Ce taux de croissance est de loin supérieur à celui de Singapour (6,4 %) et de la Corée du Sud (6,6 %) sur la même période.

Les professeurs Daron Acemoglu et Simon Johnson (2001) attribuent cette réussite au bon usage des ressources naturelles, au caractère égalitaire de la société botswanaise, à la qualité de ses institutions dotées d’un taux de transparence de 6,1/10 ; ce qui en fait le pays le moins corrompu d’Afrique.

En résumé, relancer l’économie nécessite l’affranchissement du fardeau de la dette, l’assainissement du système bancaire, la réduction des procédures spéculatives, la séparation des banques de dépôt des banques d’affaires, l’amélioration de la protection sociale, et la gestion durable des ressources.

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Leteno Tchouala Roland Armand est un chercheur affilié au Centre de Recherche, d’Etudes Diplomatiques internationales et Stratégiques (CREDIS), basé à Yaoundé. Titulaire d’un Master obtenu à l’Université de Yaoundé II, Letono s’intéresse particulièrement aux questions économiques, en rapport avec la gouvernance des finances publiques dans le système financier mondial.

Boosting Your Business With Digital Marketing

Boosting Your Business With Digital Marketing


I noticed I have been in the business writing for almost 2 years and I would like to introduce myself to my readers who don’t know me. I would also like to share with you some of my plans for 2018 that could help you become the successful person you want to be.

I have written, help write and published 94 articles on my blog in the last 21 months. I also published from those blog posts 4 E-books on various subjects like French and Cross-culture, Cross-Cultural Management, Organizational and personal development, writing management and Entrepreneurship.

What started as a simple passion for online marketing became an amazing self-development project viewed and read now in 121 countries in 5 continents through social media channels like Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Google+, Google Adwords, Gmail, and Yahoo. I currently have almost 20000 viewers and visitors on my blog and more than 400000 on all the other networks.

After nine months of writing articles to help French learners in Alliance Française and several international organizations in Kampala, I was solicited by the Alliance Française to train teachers on how to build a blog to improve French learners’ skills.

Some of my contents were used for direct internet marketing towards organizational, personal development and writing management for entrepreneurs in Uganda, Kenya, Cameroon, and America. I  also used blog posts on language learning to empower young immigrants to easily integrate English.

I write in French or English depending on my audience. But 75% of my recent articles are in English due to my move to America.

Blogging is a volunteer activity I enjoy doing to help people grow their skills, knowledge, and attitudes. Actually, I made no money with my writing talent but I developed outstanding skills during 21 months of blogging that I share with you in my article entitled “The Power Of Transferable Skills“.

Next year, I would like to turn my skills into a rewarding business and I want you to be the first to benefit from it.

Before reaching next year, I would like to give you a foretaste of several services you can benefit from me :

Advertisement. The main page of my blog can make your products visible to thousands of customers around the globe. The impact will be greater because I use google adds for advert so that you will certainly increase your sales by 1000% in few months.
Let me remind you that my blog is visible in 121 countries in 5 continents. Imagine I was able to do it by just investing an average of an hour a day! What if I invest more time to help grow your business.

Coaching. Through a flexible and extensive diversity of programs, whether you are a new venture or an expert who want to reach people in other cultures, you can rely on my years of cross-cultural experiences in three countries to grow your business.

You may want to start your writing journey and you don’t know where to start! By requesting my coaching skills, you can be sure you’ll learn from my real life experience. You will be amazed by the progress you’ll make by following simple rules on writing from my experiences and one of many mentors I followed and still follow.

Take a time to read the various topics on my blog and choose which area you need supportive advice to be successful. It could be losing weight, managing your sexual life during your wife’s pregnancy, how to make jogging a happy way of life, how to communicate effectively in a cross-cultural milieu, etc…

The revolution of the internet makes coaching easier for you and for me. Whether physically or online, I am available and flexible to your time and your money.

Don’t wait for 2018 to start enjoying these opportunities. Contact me now by email at or by phone: (240) 361 7919.

You can also follow my weekly publications by subscribing to my blog after reading this article.
If you liked this blog post and you think it could help someone you know, like, share and/or leave a comment below.

Hervé-Boris NGATE

You Making More Money By Talking!?

You Making More Money By Talking!?

I am writing this article to help you make more money by doing nothing, but talking! Don’t you believe it?

Let me introduce myself before I make my offer to you.

My name is Hervé-Boris Ngaté.

I have written, help write and published 94 articles on my blog in the last 21 months. I also published from those blog posts 4 E-books on various subjects like French and Cross-culture, Cross-Cultural Management, Organizational and Personal Development, Writing Management and Entrepreneurship.

It first started as a simple passion for writing, and then later became an amazing self-development project viewed and read now in 121 countries on 5 continents through social media like Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Google+, Google Ad words, Gmail, and Yahoo. I currently have almost 20,000 viewers and visitors on my blog and more than 400,000 on all the other networks.

After nine months of writing articles to help French learners in Alliance Française and several international organizations in Kampala, I was invited by the Alliance Française to train teachers on how to build a blog to improve French learners’ skills.

Some of my articles were used for direct organizational and personal development, and writing management for entrepreneurs in Uganda, Kenya, Cameroon, and USA. I also blogged on learning languages to facilitate new immigrant’s immersion in English speaking areas.

So that’s a little bit about me.


Imagine that you talk or tell your story for one hour every week. My job is to record you and publish you to millions of readers and viewers on social media.

Once you become famous, your expertise is proven, and then people will show interest on the pertinence of your experience.

The tip is that for an hour of expertise you’ll share, between $25 and $350 will get into your pocket per hour! You will make so much money by talking only 30 minutes or an hour a week at a convenient time scheduled for you.

The other tip is that the amount of knowledge you’ll generate will become a book you’ll sell to millions of people.

Thinking that you’ll pay me $25 an hour every week may scare you because you are not sure you are making the right investment.


According to researchers, you need a proven experience of at least 2 years to be considered as a master in your area. After 5 years of tracking results, you become all-stars professional with the distinctive outcome no one will ever doubt.

So allow time to speak for you. Settle a regular day during the week where you’ll talk for an hour to record your experience. We could schedule an appropriate time and place for the 30 minutes record of your story.

The rest of 30 minutes is left to me to edit your talk and publish it.

You don’t need to say everything on every of your patients. You can use a block note to write down key words or key ideas that will make you easily remember what to say during your record talk.

If you don’t know how to make quick and easy note, I could provide a free training on how to do it in an effective and efficient way.

I could also train you on how to use the experiential learning cycle to take down notes in a powerful way. This training is free of charge and it is part of the benefits you have by enrolling to this business.

I understand you are so busy with your job that investing an additional hour to record yourself, work on editing and publishing your content could be very exhausting. That’s why the only thing you have to do is sit down, and tell me your experience.

You can be doing it while relaxing or doing something fun since I will be there to record everything.


According to Peter Drucker, one of the prophets of American economy management, America has the best-trained Nurses and Assistant nurse in the world. But unfortunately, they are very few knowledge workers in their area.

It simply means that they don’t produce new knowledge to improve the quality care to the patient. The reason is that they are not focused on their unique jobs but do several things at the same time.

The first consequence is the loss of millions of dollars by families, hospitals, care centers, and the government.

The second consequence is the loss of qualified professionals trained in the US system but who leave and go to work elsewhere because they want to be focused on their jobs.

The last consequence is the increasing early death of many patients in care centers due to lack of new knowledge to help patients.

Listen to the story of Lora, a CNA trainee.

As we were working with elderly people, I was giving food to one of them. He was actually a famous preacher of the gospel. Near his bed was a radio tuned to a gospel station and no one was allowed to change the station.

As I was feeding him, I asked him if he was a child of God because I was one too. I told him I was praying for his recovery and wish that he goes back to his ministry. As I said it, he held me tight.

When he did it, I remained sited and kept singing. A GNA assigned to me became critical, telling me that the man is aggressive and could harm me. The patient sought and I understood that she was not telling the truth.

The other trainee was astonished because the patients never talk with anybody. I felt emotionally overwhelmed and at the same time happy, because I could positively impact the life of this old man.

As we were living the room, the lady told me that a GNA has 14 patients to take care of every day. There is not enough time to have deep conversations with each patient as I did. And when she goes back home, she is so tired that she needs special care and rest.

I understood that I could not reach my full potential as GNA or CNA in a nursing center but that I need a one on one care.” (Lora, CNA trainee)

I am sure the story is clear enough to help you understand how a care experience could influence one career decision. Since my goal is not to make an analysis of the story, I allow you to make your personal judgment and learn from Lora’s experience.

If every nurse or assistant nurse had the opportunity to generate new knowledge and skills on his/her daily tasks, imagine the amount of knowledge produce after one, two or 5 years!!!

You can be that person who will make the difference by sharing details of your practices to solve new challenges.


By making within $25 to $350 an hour as an expert in your area, you’ll be making thousands of dollars a month. This is surely far much more than what you will make by working for someone else.

Then the reward of building a name, a brand and a story you can share with your relatives, your colleagues and people around the world. It’s easier to publish E-books or books once enough materials had been gathered through numerous recording of your experience.

You cannot miss such an opportunity to value your skills and to be part of those who make history by writing their story to help others.

Your responsibility is to speak for an hour every week!

Mine is to write or record you, and then edit your speech to publish it with you as the author and finally build a strong and powerful evidence of your expertise that prepares you to be the coach people will crave for in two years.

You can start right now!


Contact me right now through one of the following ways and request your personal time to be recorded.


Phone: (240) 361-7919

I am right available with high-quality materials to record every detail of your amazing journey that prepares you the move to the next enjoyable level in your life.


Hervé-Boris NGATE

How Serving Others Makes You a Success!!!

“Oh! Uncle, I succeeded at the diplomatic school exam! God is wonderful” shouted Ababa, one of the numerous youths I counseled in Cameroon between 2000 and 2015.  For 15 years I invested time, the little money I had and all I knew as advices to empower   secondary’s and universities students. Looking back now, I realize that many of them became successful people each at his or her level.

In Uganda, I was helping a young entrepreneur to boost his business for free. These are his own words regard our collaboration: “When I came you asked me how many clients I plan to gain per week and day. It was challenging. I decided to add more clients a week. The business grew with more than 52 clients in less than 6 weeks because I said to myself: “I will add a client each day; I have to make things work!” Before we met, I had never thought of investing myself in having clients. I was not under the pressure though I knew I have to do marketing.”
These 2 examples opened my eyes to a new vision of being successful: SERVING OTHERS.

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Imagine that you serve someone 10 hours every week. And from the 10 hours of service, the person can make an average of $ 200.00 This means that every month, you put $ 800.00 in the person’s pocket.

Imagine now that the service is provided to 10 people every day. It brings us to $ 8000.00 of productivity. After a year, the service provided creates a net value of $ 96000.00. If the 10 people are working on a product that brings $100.00 of benefice per unit and 500 units are produced from a couple of service hours, you make the company earn $ 18250 000. 00 a year.

What? With only 2 hours of free services a day? Maybe the money does not enter your pocket but my making others rich, you are the true source of their prosperity.

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Another way of seeing this is voluntary services rendered to communities. Every single hour invested in a voluntary service can be estimated financially. But investing in others creates new values for your personal development.
You can start your first step as a United Nations Volunteer to offer your skills at

According to motivational speakers like Brian Tracy, personal development is the first key for success in life. The tip for personal development is serving others. Every time you think about how to help someone, you exercise the skills and the abilities to do so.
It makes you learn new things, meet new people and become so forth more intelligent and creative. The process can take time, but one day, you’ll successfully blow amazingly.

Ford became rich because he was looking for a way to make a car available to every middle class american. Bill Gates dreamed of a society where every home will have a PC unit. Write down a personal dream to see other succeed and start working on it today.

Serving others or thinking of growing others could be very challenging. At times,you might seem stupid for helping oders for free or see yourself meaningless when you invest without appreciations. Depending on where one is serving, mockery and humiliation are part of the process. You see less money in your pocket too; actually, you are even spending your own money, time and energy to empower others.

Empowering others could be done through solutions writing. Starting a blog or get published are very easy now; or are free publishing tools to help develop your solutions providing skills through writing.

If solutions writing passionately motivate you and you don’t have time for publishing, send me your article and I will publish for free. This could be your first step towards your future success.

Enjoy this video on how TEDx empowered Michael Davis, a student leader with Rocky View Schools to share how he helped other succeed.

Hervé-Boris NGATE


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My Experience, Her Experience

Investing in Young Girls is investing in preparing a brighter future!More voices should rise to advocate for these vulnerable groups.

The Wallflower

I was only 12 when i joined secondary school; something of rare occurrence in my country, Uganda. I started nursery school pretty early and i was enrolled in one of the early learner’s classes for just one school term and then quickly initiated into Primary school after 3 months of being in nursery school. So i did not have the time most of my counterparts did to make friends and meaningfully engage with others in the school.

When it was time to sit for my Advanced level examinations in high school, the teacher in-charge of registration said i was not eligible for registration because i was not up to age to sit for those exams; this almost sparked a squabble between my parents and the school administration. Thank God, it was amicably resolved and i was allowed to sit for my exams.

Prior to that, being a girl and experiencing…

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