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How To Change Your Attitude Towards Life and Be More Focused On What You Want To Achieve

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While it is true that humans are born with certain unchangeable orientations or tendencies, our attitude is what determines how best we fare in life. You may not have the money but your attitude sells you freely to the masses. You may not be highly educated but your attitude opens doors for you. Continue reading



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Is An Investment In Baby Corn Farming Worthwhile?

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Baby Corn in Kenya

Baby corn, a new type of vegetable-cum-maize not so popular here in Kenya yet, is an emerging potential income earner among progressive farmers who wish to explore the export market. Continue reading



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4 Startup Expenses That Will Milk Your Business Dry – And How to Deal With Them

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It’s unfortunate to see that most entrepreneurs don’t really know how to prioritize their expenses. Majority commit to expenses that end up draining their bank accounts leaving them at the mercies of loaners and shylocks. Continue reading



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How To Make Life-Changing Decisions Like A Boss

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Having good decision-making skills is a hallmark trait of any successful entrepreneur. When your business is just starting out, almost every decision feels like a potential pitfall, where success or failure seems to hinge on every direction you choose. Continue reading



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Just How Viable Is Sorghum Farming As An Investment? Here Are The Facts & Figures

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Sorghum Farming

Sorghum is the fifth most important grain crop after maize, wheat, rice and barley and when it comes to marketability this crop can surely provide an out-of-the-box plan for savvy investors. The crop performs well in most parts of Kenya with best returns being recorded in semi-arid areas like Mwingi and warmer areas like Siaya. Perhaps the best thing with sorghum is that it has a ready market and it only takes four months to mature. But just how profitable is it as an investment? We explore. Continue reading



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