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15 Dec 2020
It took Alex Saenz nine months to close his first real estate deal. After rejecting a chance to go to the Arizona State...
15 Dec 2020
Gogo Bethke is a wife, mom, top-rated realtor, and so much more. After immigrating to the United States at the age of 21, Gogo is passionate about sharing her story with aspiring realtors and business owners.
10 Dec 2020
If you ask Jessie Lee Ward what her biggest dream is, she’ll answer that she wants to become the biggest personality...
10 Dec 2020
“Most every successful story starts with a dream, a desire,” Richard Buettner claims. “Ever since I was a teenager, I knew having a job that I didn’t like to make money to barely get by was not how I wanted to spend the rest of my life.” Growing up in Egeln, Germany, Richard wondered if…
7 Dec 2020
With the world being interconnected by the Internet and its capability to make geographically-specific stories global, the life of Hans Seebaluck is testimony to the new norm of us being one move away from launching into a new world. Hans who lives in North Carolina knows this. “I was born in Mauritius, a tiny island…
2 Dec 2020
“Success is being surrounded by people you love,” Moe Falah says of his recent growth in the solar industry. “Success is being spiritually happy and able to achieve.
2 Dec 2020
Real Estate giant, Jamil Damji has revealed how he accidentally found himself in the business.
21 Dec 2016
Hitler’s propaganda minister, Joseph Goebbels said: “It would not have been possible for us to take power or to use it in the ways we have without radio”.
26 Oct 2016
Fortunately for parents who, like me, are keen to get their kids off screen-based entertainment, there is a myriad of scintillating, accessible and, best of all, free material out there.
24 Aug 2016
My mission is to end the epidemic of death-by-desk’.  That’s from a lady who knows what’s she’s talking about. Nicole van Hattem was a self-destructive executive for 20 years.
6 Jul 2016
When I think of Africa, I think music. Yes, of course... the red earth, the entrepreneurial passion, the dictators who relentlessly refuse to give up power but also, the music.
16 May 2016
I think I just saw a man go past me in a drone. Seriously. I know it sounds weird, but I definitely saw something. Or maybe I’m seeing things after listening to a podcast on mans’ giant steps.

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The National Working Committee (NWC) of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) rose from a marathon meeting Tuesday night and resolved to investigate media reports on the allegation of bribery to its members.
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African governments must swiftly restore macroeconomic stability to stabilise their economies, the World Bank has advised. The Bank noted that the global headwinds are slowing growth as countries continue to contend with rising inflation, which is undermining the progress made on poverty reduction in recent years. It added that the risk of stagflation comes at…
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Yesterday’s meeting between the Board of Trustees (BoT) of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and Rivers State governor, Nyesom Wike, at Government House, Port Harcourt, ended in a deadlock.