Last summer I had an incredible opportunity to complete an internship with a fantastic insurance company, Beazley. I Interned in Talent’s Management another name being Human Resources, in a nutshell my duties involved a lot of paper work such as scanning, filing, helping out with campaigns, I recorded a few interview and undertook several visits… Continue reading Making the most out of your summer internship
Even when we make mistakes because of doing things our own way, the Love of God is so deep that simply because of our Love for God and His people he will turn that wrong and make it into a right. “We know that all things work together for good to those who love God, to those… Continue reading For the Love of God!
My favourite quote on ‘hero-ship’ is “An ordinary person facing extraordinary circumstances and acting with courage, honor, and self-sacrifice.” I found a list of quotes exploring what it means to be a hero: “Being a hero isn’t about letting others know you did the right thing, it’s about you knowing that you did the right… Continue reading A hero
Yesterday, I was reading an interesting story about a legend of faith who goes by the name Elisha. I couldn’t help but notice that Elisha was put in situations where he had two of the choices to look at the current situation or to look beyond it and believe that it can and will change.… Continue reading Looking beyond the current situation
The way our minds work is pretty interesting, we were once sleeping then one second later we are awake and our minds start thinking, then all kinds of thoughts start to bombard our minds. It’s interesting how the thoughts start to enter our mind at the exact point that we wake up. Thoughts such as… Continue reading Thoughts bombard our minds from the moment we wake up
Fear is deadly and can cause a person to stay trapped in their comfort zone, a person that is fearful thinks about “what happens if…” what would happen if I get it wrong? What would happen if I get told off? What would happen if I… and the list goes on. A fearful person spends… Continue reading Feel the fear and do it anyway
In London, we use oyster cards which are “passports” that are essential needed in order to use public transport. Without an oyster card, you won’t be able to get to your destination and even if you do try to sneak in on the bus, you will get caught because there are inspectors that dress in… Continue reading Oyster cards teaches us to be good managers of our lives