Found out I never have to buy SSL Certificates again. Yayy. Check out the site I used to get an SSL Certificate for this blog, it’s simple and easy: link
Also sent a couple of appreciation emails to clients (Thanks Caroline Wabara, your template was great and very timely). If you don’t know who she is, you’d better check out her site here
It’s great to start the year with a bang, isn’t it?
We manage expectations every day, even without knowing it sometimes. It’s something that affects our interactions in every area ranging from our personal lives to work to our business lives. In everything we do, there are things that are expected from us and how we manage those expectations is what determines the success or failure of the project or situation. Continue reading “Expectation Management “
The new year gives all of us the opportunity of a fresh start to do the things we wanted to do but didn’t act on in 2015. Beginning with the end in mind is going to be the key that guarantees success.
Continue reading “Begin with the end in mind “
On the first day of the year, I sat down to write my plans for the year. And one of the items on that list is to give more.
Continue reading “Let nothing go to waste”
2015 went by so fast. But I guess it did because there wasn’t a lot to do. My plans were made in a haste and without all the basic information required. I will not be in a haste this time. Continue reading “2015 in Review”
Its the end of the year and I’m considering my plans for the coming year 2014. One key challenge i’ve had in 2013 is Time Management and I’ve been trying to tackle it but it seems its a beast that take time and practice to be tamed. Then i came across a presentation that gave me an insight into some very useful time management techniques. Among the techniques listed, one thing that caught my eye was the Pomodoro Technique .
I’ve started using it. Lets see how it goes. In the meantime, i’ll just give you an idea of what its about.
Continue reading “The Pomodoro Technique explained – a time management technique that encourages Procrastination”
This article was not written to post libelous claims about “ASOS” but to show how Automated systems sometime don’t entirely solve the problem of Fraud (sometimes these systems make the whole thing a terrible experience for legitimate customers). I created this blog for the purpose of voicing my opinions on things that i see including those that give me displeasure. Continue reading “My Experience with Asos.com”