Yesterday Was The Easiest Day

There is this famous motto of the Navy Seals; “The Only Easy Day Was Yesterday.” I am obsessed about Navy Seals because they train the hardest. They work hard in training so that they can get to bleed the least in combat. Time and again, I have become a believer in that motto. I believe

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Day 24: The 10X Rule

It is a game of numbers. That’s what this rule is all about. Whatever others are doing, you multiply it. If your peers are applying for one job every week, apply for 10. If your fellow salesmen are calling 2 clients a day, call 20. Sounds funny, but when you start to play the game

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Day 23: If Everyone Thinks It’s Time To Buy, It’s Time To Sell

The majority is rarely right. This is even much truer when it comes to finances, business and entrepreneurship. Remember the Vanilla frenzy in Mukono, when everyone thought it was time to grow Vanilla, that was when the clever ones opted out. Whenever the majority agree on something, the bubble is always nearby. Think of any

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Day 22: Everybody Wants To Do Something, But Nobody Is Actually Doing Something

Everybody wants to do something. Everybody wants to start a business. Everybody wants to have a great body. Everybody wants to be a great entrepreneur. Everybody wants to own a great business. Everybody wants to be an engineer. But nobody is actually going out to do the hard work. This is the first time in

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Day 21: Can You Eat Shit Now So You Can Win In The Long Term?

Can You Eat Shit For 5 Years So You Win in the Long term? A lot of people are playing the short term game. Every body now wants to be Mark Zuckerberg, Jeff Bezoz. Every body has run out of patience. Patience is at an all time low. Every body is talking of smart work.

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Day 20: Caring What Others Think Is Entering a War You Can’t Win.

There are certain wars you can’t win, caring what others think is one of them. I am very detached. I refused to enable comments on my blog posts because I just don’t care what you think after reading whatever I have written. I don’t care whether you praise it or whether you bash it. I

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Day 19: Lessons From Cold Showers

I took a hiatus for three days. I wanted to deep-diving into a project that’s over-due. I am a fan of cold showers but ever since I shifted to a new apartment, I had dropped them. I sleep on the top most floor which means that it gets terribly cold in the morning. I always

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Day 18: Your Twenties

It is a privilege to be in one’s twenties. When you look at people struggling in their 40s, there is a high chance they screwed up their 20s. When you look at someone going to a job they dread in their 40s, there is a high chance they messed up their 20s. That’s why I

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Day 17: How to be a Travel Blogger

One of the things I hope to embark on after I have cleared my plate is travel blogging. For If tomorrow I wake up and decide to be a travel blogger, this is the exact script I plan to follow. First of all, travel blogging is an art where you document your experiences as you

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Day 16: If You Want To Sell To The Mass, You Have To Dumb Down Your Message

Dumbing down is a very crucial tactic in marketing and selling. I see a lot of people make mistakes trying to target the mass, and fail to employ this tactic. And that’s where most people go wrong. If I want to create a website that’s popular all-over Uganda, I certainly would not create one about

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