Our Lions Den Experience with Cloud9xp

The KCB Lions’ Den is Kenya’s biggest business reality television show. The series is modeled around a TV production which originated in Japan as Money Tigers or Tigers of Money. The TV format has since been customized and successfully launched in over 20 other countries globally with versions being shown in UK, Australia, New Zealand, Israel,… Continue reading Our Lions Den Experience with Cloud9xp

Great Leaders Eat Last

In Leaders Eat Last, Simon Sinek does not propose any new leadership theory or core principle. He has a much higher purpose to his writing. His vision is simple: to create a new generation of men and women who understand that an organization’s success, or a nations success for that matter, or failure is based… Continue reading Great Leaders Eat Last

Food, shelter, clothing & the internet

Access to the internet is no longer a luxury. It is fundamental. Beyond connecting people, all sectors of the economy are being digitized so that each of us as individuals can access services faster, and more affordably. The internet is creating opportunities for budding entrepreneurs like myself in to start businesses and create wealth.  It creates more… Continue reading Food, shelter, clothing & the internet

3 superb ways to stick out your business

“Its not about what you do but why you do it.” If you are running a business, its about time you asked yourself a few questions that will give you an idea if you are really standing out from the crowd. Why am I doing business? What makes me/my business different? Who is my customer,… Continue reading 3 superb ways to stick out your business

Can friends and business mix?

The highly anticipated post is here! Doing business with friends! First off, I would like to disagree with the popular motion, “never do business with friends”. I strongly believe that it all depends on the approach you take while choosing who to do business with. Typically with friends, it’s easy to dive into a startup opportunity… Continue reading Can friends and business mix?

Lessons from running 2+ businesses

At one point in my life, only 21 years of age at the time, I found myself actively involved in running 4 businesses. I always wonder how this came to be, considering I just celebrated my 5th anniversary as an entrepreneur, four of which I was still persuing my undergraduate computer science degree. At the age of 18,… Continue reading Lessons from running 2+ businesses

What it takes to be Young & Rich

It seems like almost every young person wants to be rich these days, chasing the glory and status of being the “NBT” – The Next  Big Thing. Sadly, most of us are “wantrepreneurs”. We are wannabe entrepreneurs. In my opinion, we lack what it really takes to become rich. I have been going through as many articles and books as… Continue reading What it takes to be Young & Rich