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ALL CONTENT AND PHOTOS WRITTEN AND SUBMITTED BY NIALA RAMKALLAWAN

As the first wave of the COVID-19 virus has subsided, with the lift on restrictions and quarantine over in Trinidad and Tobago, the twin island returns to some level of normalcy. Under ‘The New Normal’, the business and entrepreneurial sectors are now faced with observing, learning, adapting, embarking on changes, modifying business processes and upgrading operating procedures.

ALL CONTENT AND PHOTOS WRITTEN AND SUBMITTED BY CRYSTAL FOYLE

What motivates you as an entrepreneur or a business person?

 

What makes you want to get up everyday and be determined to succeed in your business or personal life?

 

What makes you strive to be or become your best self?

ALL CONTENT AND PHOTOS WRITTEN AND SUBMITTED BY SAIMON KARKI


Nepali
Hip-hop Artist Saimon Karki aka (199nah) from Kathmandu, Nepal has come up with a song about coronavirus.

199nah, on 14th May, performed a lockdown-themed rap and urged everyone to stay home and practice social distancing. 199nah is using his time in lockdown to write music with an important message.

ALL CONTENT AND PHOTOS WRITTEN AND SUBMITTED BY  AZUKA CHINONSO IGWEGBE

No matter how educated or talented you are, your ATTITUDE will determine how far you would go in life. Be careful how you treat people you meet; you never can tell who would connect you.

ALL CONTENT AND PHOTOS WRITTEN AND SUBMITTED BY PRISCILLA RAMCHARAN

The phrase, “Writer’s block”, tends to have a negative connotation because it essentially means that a writer feels uninspired and therefore has no zeal to write.  What is writer’s block? It occurs unexpectedly, where the writer simply feels unmotivated and falls into a writing slump and their writing does not flow naturally. Sometimes, these slumps last for days and sometimes they string along for months. At the core, the writer simply feels tapped out of ideas and when this happens, they momentarily embrace this feeling of uninspiredness. (Of course, it is much more beneficial to cure writer’s block sooner than later, if writing is one’s passion.)

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