Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell

In all my many years of reading books, one of the most prominent authors I have heard about time and again, is Malcolm Gladwell....

The problem of unavailability of youths in African Politics [A Case...

The African political system is interesting; almost comical, in its trend of political growth and transcendence. Nigerian social media got buzzing a few years...

Time and Work

It’s quite ironic that the number one cause of stress and sole reminder of how unfavourable one’s life is, can become a tune to...

The Immortality of Leonardo da Vinci

Leonardo da Vinci is known for a whole number of awe-inspiring things. For centuries, he has been celebrated and his genius has been passed...

Fatal Fantasies: Tales of the Siren

The ultimate power of the enchanting and dangerous siren has been spoken of for centuries. The tale of the siren is brutal. It is...

Tested by Alpesh Patel

The beauty of biographies and autobiographies, is that they show us relatable stories and teach us life's lessons in its crudest form. They also...

Entrepreneurship in Africa is just a pot of beans

If there’s anything millennials have proven with ease, it’s the fact that they’re in no way anything like the previous set of generations when...

The Fear Mantra

Half the time I’m trying to find a topic for the Human Psyche part of my blog, I’m searching for something – an excuse...

Exclusive Interview with William Ifeanyi Moore – Author of Lonely Roads

The closest thing to being a superhero in the world as we know it, is the ability to have things go viral. Since writers...

Why Fairy Tales Are Just Really Messed Up

Once upon a time, far far away, there lived some princess or prince in some kingdom. Stuff happened...somebody lied, somebody died, and somebody fell...