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Dr Udoka Ugochukwu: God can not lead any man to laziness and failure.

  Dr Udoka Ugochukwu  Dr Udoka Ugochukwu Peace (OD) is an  ambassador for Christ, a sight and vision care specialist,a health mission voluteer, an advocate for female rights, and teens coach. She is interested and passionate about seeing young people especially the female gender fulfilling their God given purpose on earth and living life with satisfaction and clarity.  This passion led to the birth of CFI( Created For Impact Initiative), a non profit organisation reaching out to teens and youths globally. CFI organises community outreaches,seminars and workshop for young people where they are taught about various life changing topics such as vision boarding,succesful networking and strategizing for successful ventures. Her organisation has organised campaigns on topics surrounding mental health issues ranging from depression,sucide, addiction, negative labeling etc.. In this Interview, Dr Udoka tells the story of how her social impact project started and plans for the future.  What ch

Essential Tips For First Time Moms

Tubarones /Pexels.com As a first time mom, you may be confused about the many new experiences motherhood presents on your path. Some women may experience post partum depression, others a loss of identity and the list goes on and on.  Whatever challenges motherhood is serving you as a first time mom, mothers in our community are saying you can pull through.  Here are a few tips they want you to know as you navigate one of the most challenging yet beautiful experience of womanhood.  Julie Ibok Lawyer and Content Writer  As a first time mom, know that all children are unique in their own way. Appreciate yourself for having a healthy baby. Try as much as you can not to live up to people's expectations of your baby. Rest when the baby sleeps and always check your baby's temperature. Obehi Anetor Marketing Communications Professiona l  Go easy on yourself. Its a beautiful experience but overwhelming. Forgive your mistakes and learn from them. Accept help and take a break sometimes be

Esther Amadi: Do Not Give Up Just Yet Because It's Possible

Esther Amadi By Julie Ibok Esther Amadi Valentine is a graduate of            Computer Science from the University of Wollongong, Australia. She's an entrepreneur and business advisory consultant.  In this interview, she talks about her career story as a business consultant and what you need to do when you want to start a new business.  Why did  you make the career change from  Computer Science to Business Consulting? The women in my family have always excelled in business, and I was taught to see business ownership as a path to financial freedom. So, I knew I would engage in business. It was only a matter of when? I chose representing manufacturers and the consulting business because it enabled me to combine the various aspects of businesses I enjoy doing. What difficulty did you encounter starting your consulting business? Our business includes representing international manufacturers in regions where they'd like to create an awareness about their brand for eventual market do

Benitha Samuel: Start From Where You Are...Do Not Wait Until You Are Perfect

Benitha Samuel Benitha Samuel is an indegene of Akwa Ibom state, Nigeria and a graduate of Communication Arts from the University of Uyo.  She is a public speaker, baker, photographer, teacher, a positive self-thought coach, virtual show host and a presenter with INSIDEKANOTV. She is presently building her public speaking program on her virtual show "THE BENNY EXPRESSION SHOW" where she shares with people from all walks of life, the reason to look inward for the love they seek, find their uniqueness, build who they are or want to be, and step out boldly to share their message. She has hosted many guests from different parts of the country on the show, to share their stories and educate people on how to stay focused on the journey of being who they truly are. In this interview, Benitha gives us a glimpse of her passion project and advice to women seeking to live fulfilling lives. How did you start the Benny Expression Show? I started the  " Benny Expression Show  &quo

A PROFESSIONAL'S STORY FROM A MARINE GEOLOGIST TO A FASHION DESIGNER: AN INTERVIEW WITH EMEM INYANG

  Emem Inyang By Julie Ibok  Emem Inyang is a creative fashion designer. She studied Marine Geology, in the University of Calabar, Nigeria. She's the CEO of Emines stitches. She started her entrepreneurship journey as a fashion designer in 2016.  "I am very passionate about sewing and wearing elegant clothes. This has led to lots of people asking me to sew for them"   said Emen Iyang. In this interview, she speaks of her career story as a creative fashion designer and what women can learn from her journey. What is it like moving from a career in Marine Geology to becoming a fashion designer? Moving from  Marine Geology to being a seamstress wasn't a difficult process for me. Because I started fashion designing in my teens. My passion for fashion inspired me to enrol in a fashion school during my university days. I attended the fashion classes only on holidays to become a professional. I still love being a Marine Geologist. I hope to practice in the near future. What

A CAREER STORY FROM A SOCIOLOGIST TO A PRINTER ENTREPRENEUR: AN INTERVIEW WITH ONYINYE UCHENDU

Onyinye Uchendu  By Julie Ibok  Onyinye Uchendu is a graduate of sociology from the University of Uyo, Nigeria. She's a creative graphics designer, and also a certified HSE officer. Currently, she's a printer entrepreneur. She's also the CEO of Focus Prints Services which she started in the year, 2010. In this interview, she'll be discussing her career story as an artistry printer, and what women can take from her journey. Tell me about how you went from being a sociologist to a printer entrepreneur? Sincerely, I didn't plan to be a printer entrepreneur, but after my NYSC, I got a menial job with a printing company as their front desk officer. My take home was very little, so I decided to resign after six-months on the job to search for a better one. I stayed at home for two months; moving around and looking for a good job but there was no luck. I had to ask myself some keen questions. I thought about the past experience I had from the printing outlet I worked for,