Monthly Archives: August 2014

What is the opposite of Pass?

On the way home last night I was listening to the radio and I learnt that 28% of children passed the West African Secondary School Certificate Examination (WASSCE), well enough to go onto a higher educational institution anyway. The WASSCE … Continue reading

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Nothing to lose…

The world over, I have found HR to be an oxymoron. They are not resourceful, and I sometimes wonder if they are even human at times. Now I will not say it is all of them, just a large percentage … Continue reading

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Something you should never do during lunch

It’s been one of those days when I have little much to do, well when I say that, I do, but with the time it actually takes to do it, I have to space it out so the boss thinks … Continue reading

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Aiming to be a great leader

Today I revisit my article on leadership. As you know it is a topic very close to my heart. In the last few months I have met probably the only Ghanaian person who I would say exhibits great leadership skills … Continue reading

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Friday Night 2 for 1

I decided to take myself out for a treat this Friday, all work and no play makes Efia a really dull girl and well listening to the tune of being broke is starting to get dull. The first stop was … Continue reading

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Shafted

Mechanics, plumbers and electricians all over the world charge an arm and a leg. When you need wiring done or your car breaks down it is like saying goodbye to any amount of money that you managed to save in … Continue reading

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La Piazza

Saturday I was taken out on a treat by my close childhood friend and her husband. Well she was taking her nieces out for a pizza and I tagged along. La Piazza is situated in Osu behind the Total filling … Continue reading

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