It's a new week and it is looking quite promising. Well, we hope it goes all the way through. Here are the 5 things to do every Monday morning:
Write a to-do list; lists of all you hope and need to achieve by the end of the week. Make them realistic and at the same time, make it vast so that if by the end of the week, you don’t get all of them executed – it would be like aiming for the moon, and following among the stars. It would still be a great week at the end.
Reply Your Inbox:
Arrange your message box; your emails, facebook, whatsapp, DMs, LinkedIn and the rest of them. Reply all the messages send to you over the weekend. So you don’t miss out on any important message.
Schedule Your Week Activities:
Plan how your week should look like. You don’t want to be caught in a cycle of 8am to 5pm that would have you doing nothing and at the same time, feeling like you are doing everything. Get all those jumbled up works into specific time frames, so you do enough and still have a ‘you” time to recharge.
Get your brain back from the weekend chill, and keep your head in the game. You need to concentrate and gather all your thoughts from the weekend hangouts, so you can be more productive in all your works.
Oil Your Communication:
Check in on friends and colleagues; do a little chit chat with friends. Call in, gist a bit, laugh a little, and ask for new ideas, new thoughts, updates and how great life has been.
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Malta Guinness Herbs Lite has won the Fair Competition and Creativity Nigeria Awards (FCCNA) for its innovation and creativity. The award ceremony which held on Thursday, 9th November 2017 at the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry was organized by the Consumer Rights Awareness Advancement and Advocacy Initiative.
The Fair Competition and Creativity Nigeria Award (FCCNA) aims to encourage and reward companies and organizations that use innovation and creativity as tools to continually deliver superior products and services in the market place despite environmental challenges.
“Our consumers are always at the heart of what we do, and we constantly strive to innovate with exciting products to delight them; we are happy and proud to receive this award from The Consumer Rights Awareness and Advocacy Initiative, said Ifeoma Agu, Brand Manager Malta Guinness and premium Non Alcoholic Drinks. She also added, Malta Guinness Herbs Lite is a distinctive refreshing malt drink with lesss sugar and the added benefit of herbal goodness that gives consumers more than they expect in a traditional malt drink. It’s packed with all the refreshing goodness of Malta Guinness, great tasting natural herbs and even less sugar than most mainstream malt drinks. They say that life is all about compromises, that you can’t have it all- but we say you can, with Malta Guinness Herbs Lite, a refreshing premium malt drink that compliments your lifestyle with more flavour, herbs and even less sugar.
Also speaking at the event, Dorcas Mashingil, Innovation Manager, Guinness Nigeria Plc said “Malta Herbs Lite is the first truly light sugar malt drink in Nigeria, which means that it contains less than 9% sugar content as against the regular malt drinks with average sugar content of 11% and above. New SON and NAFDAC regulations for sugar classification in malt drinks introduced last year categorizes malt drinks in 3 categories based on the sugar content, the classes are: Low Sugar: 0-2.5%; Light Sugar: 2.5% -9%; Classic: 9% - 13%. Malta Guinness Herbs Lite contains onlyabout 8% sugar making it a perfect choice for the health conscious Consumers who want a lower sugar malt drink without having to compromise on taste.
According to the FCCNA Chairman, Igbrude Moses, the Fair Competition and Creativity Award was given to Malta Guinness Herbs Lite for its innovation and uniqueness in the malt segment to the delight of consumers. “The recognition is to remind management that competition is about ideals, innovation, and creativity as well as supplying the market what it needs and at the right marketing.”
Malta Guinness Herbs Lite is a unique combination of the finest malt and natural herb extracts, perfectly brewed with even less sugar to give you all the goodness and refreshing “more than you expect” taste. It is a variant of the Malta Guinness Trademark and is manufactured by Guinness Nigeria Plc- the home of quality brewed beverages in Nigeria.
22year old Kendall Jenner has been crowned as the world’s most generously compensated model. Kendall’s earnings more than doubled from 2016’s $10 million total, making her the biggest dollar and percent gainer on the ranking. 37 tear old Gisele came in second place, having earned $17.5 million, marking the first year she has not headed up the line-up since 2002.
See 2017 Forbes’ list of the world’s highest-paid models
1. Kendall Jenner $22,000,000
2. Gisele Bundchen $17,500,000
3. Chrissy Teigen $13,500,000
4. Adriana Lima $10,500,000
5. Gigi Hadid $9,500,000
5. Rosie Huntington-Whiteley $9,500,000
7. Karlie Kloss $9,000,000
8. Liu Wen $6,500,000
9. Bella Hadid $6,000,000
10. Ashley Graham $5,500,000
Nigerian author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie has been featured in a new photography book titled “200 Women: Who Will Change the Way You See the World“. The book is described by Bustle.com as the coffee table book that will inform your activism in the days ahead.
The book by Geoff Blackwell and Ruth Hobday features interviews with 200 women along with their portraits which were shot by photographer Kieran E. Scott.
Some of the other women featured include:
• Jane Goodall, conservation and animal welfare
• Margaret Atwood, author and winner of The Booker Prize
• Roxane Gay, author and feminist
• Renée Montagne, former host of NPR’s Morning Edition
• Alicia Garza, activist and co-founder of Black Lives Matter
• Alfred Woodard, award-winning actor and activist
• Marian Wright Edelman, head of the Children’s Defence Fund
• Lydia Ko, professional golfer and Olympian
• Dolores Huerta, labor activist, community organizer, and co-founder of the National Farm Workers Association
• Alice Waters, chef, author, and food rights advocate
Each woman shares her unique reply to the same five questions: What really matters to you? What brings you happiness?, What do you regard as the lowest depth of misery?, What would you change if you could?, and Which single word do you most identify with?
As most of our graduates are leaving their various different states for their one year National Youth Service to their Country tomorrow, it would be great to list some possible ways money one can be made in camp. Below are 6 possible “legal” ways to make money in camp:
If you are a professional or greatly talented in fashion designing, then this is for you. Every place you turn to, there’s a slay queen or king, who wants to wear their 7/7 in a more exceptional style and it starts from camp. Take an advantage of this and propose to give their khaki a nice touch for some pay of course. You can also design people’s white t-shirts during the carnivals for a specific amount of money.
As far as NYSC is involved, there would always be someone who didn’t braid their hair before coming to camp. Either there was no time or they came to camp with an old hair style. Leverage on that if you are bad ass in braiding hair. You can charge for any suitable amount of money. I would have said, get an hair clipper if you can give an hair cut but sharp objects are contraband…. So you decide.
Everything sold by vendors in camp is expensive, including getting your makeup done if you can’t make yourself up like a pro. If you can make-up, that’s great. Get paid for it. People would look for you if you are damn good and affordable.
While most would argue that this is the same as make-up, I do believe it has its own uniqueness and class. SFX means Special Effects. If you are really skilled in special effects, then the carnival would serve as a harvest for you. Give special effects on carnival days or any day, for a price.
Shaping of a Khaki shirt & trouser is N500 each fabric, that is, a total of N1000. If you can speedily and really sew with a needle and thread, give this a shot. If the tailors are charging N1000, you can charge N500 and if you can’t sew a lot of khaki clothes, at least save your money and sew it yourself.