How to be an actuary (Part 2)

By Olubunmi Ojo
With unbeatable analytical skills, they help organizations plan for the future and protect themselves from loss. By understanding the very nature of risk, they play a key role in the psychological, physical, and financial stability of society. With actuaries’ help, businesses can grow, retirees can invest with confidence, and people can enjoy peace of mind.

The Intentional CEO (Part 1): Let the real you live intentionally

By Sisi M’Foye

“How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives.” It is an excellent reminder that every day is a thread that weaves the fabric of our lives. Each thread is just as important as the next in creating the life we imagined. As mentioned earlier, small daily actions can work for us, or against us. It’s up to us to choose which.

How to be an actuary (Part 1)

by Bunmi Ojo

An actuary is a business professional who analyzes the financial consequences of risk. Actuaries use mathematics, statistics, and financial theory to study uncertain future events, especially those of concern to insurance and pension programs.

The Intentional CEO: It begins with the real you and then your business!

By Sisi M’Foye

Do you wake up every morning ready to face the day? Are you generally happy? Do you feel engaged and excited to live your life? I do, of course. I wasn’t always like that; the reverse was the common case with me until I read a book titled The Law of Happiness by Dr. Henry Cloud where I learnt that my happiness lies within me and that it takes my conscious effort to find that tiny thing to be happy about and bring it to the surface.

Farming: A Natural Way of Survival

by Tolulope Obasuyi

Farming has always been an important requirement for human survival. It ranges from crop production to breeding livestock. Crop production is perhaps the most important due to the fact that it brings about different varieties of food essential to life. However, many of us have ignore or taken farming for granted because it involves getting our hands dirty. Farming has also been seen as a job for the minority because of the obviously ‘neat, good paying, white-collar job’.

The Reason Freedom of Information has not worked in Nigeria (I)

by Tayo Fasuan

According to a study conducted in 2010 before the passage of the FOI bill into law, many factors were identified as the stumbling blocks to its highly anticipated effectiveness in tackling corruption in the country. These are discussed in a series of write-ups in the following months.