Posts tagged: Success psychology

In What Areas Do We as African Immigrants Need to Record and Share Our Successes

Let’s recap on what we have discussed so far:

1) One Thing We MUST Begin Doing NOW As African Immigrants

2) What Every African Immigrant Ought to Know About Recording and Sharing Success

This article has been written to give  you some ideas about areas where we as African immigrants need to share useful information with each other on a mass scale. It has two parts:

1) What I personally think is more important and what I value. MORE IMPORTANTLY:

2) What I have observed we as a community need to learn

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What Every African Immigrant Ought to Know About Recording and Sharing Success

In the first article in this series, I made the case for African immigrants recording and sharing in mass all their successes so that future immigrants have a shorter learning curve than those who came before them.

Today we’ll expand on just how we might be able to go about this

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One Thing We MUST Begin Doing NOW As African Immigrants

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Can You Stand the Heat?

I am going to share with you two stories. As I do, use them as metaphors and I really hope you can see yourself in these stories. Read more »

Stop Reading and Thinking! Do Something Instead (Audio)

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How Rich Is Your Emotional Experience?

How many emotions do you experience in a day?

How many negative emotions do you experience in a day?

How many positive emotions do you experience in a day?

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How to Get Home

“So where’s home?” Continued from yesterday’s conversation about “What recharges you?”

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Report: Mistakes Overseas Students and Migrants Make and Just Pay With Credit!!

Hey hey hey,

Sorry, I have been a little bit slack over the last week in terms of blogging. A truly great lady passed away last week and I am working on an article to remember her amongst other great things so I have been kinda gone but this blog is far from forgotten.

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7 Barriers to Immigrant’s Success

Hello, hello. I thought I would take a break from the writing for a couple of days and recharge my batteries a little bit. It would be an outrage for me to leave y’all high and dry and so I thought I would enlist the help of someone I met via this blog, Coach Caroline. Definitely one of the most interesting and passionate people I have spoken to in quite a while. Below she outlines some of the things that stand in the way of immigrants living the best lives possible. I hope it is of service to you. Leave comments below and I will get back to you as soon as I get back. Be blessed and bless others, Mwangi!

 
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Half a** is better than no a**: Words of Caution to Those Who Are Helping Kenya

Straight off the bat let me apologize for the vulgar language. Though I tend to use profanities in every day life that’s not what I wanted this blog to be about. Every once in a while you come across one of those expressions that just can’t be expressed in any other way.Plus it got your attention didn’t it?

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