Category Finance

Wacha nikwambie ya Bizna: Interview with Beverly Mawia Entreprenuer August 2018

Who is Beverly Mawia? I am 22 Years old. Therefore, I feel like that is not a question that I can be able to answer adequately.  That I am still in a phase where I am changing, learning and unlearning, becoming and becoming. It’s a confusing phase actually. The world is changing at a very fast pace and we are expected to adjust to all these changes. We are expected

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The Spokes of the wheel called Entrepreneurship; Business Plan and Work Life Balance

Business Plan The Business Plan is a road map for a business. When an entrepreneur seeks partnership and collaborations with different organizations many will ask for the business plan to get deep insights into your business. The following are the components of a Business Plan; Executive Summary It gives a snap shot of the Business Plan and a summary of what the Business Plan contains. Company Description This gives a

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Wacha niKwambie ya Bizna: Interview with Thrity Engineer, Consultant and Coach August 2018

This past month of August 2018, the Wacha niKwambie blog focussed on Entrepreneurship. The blog had the privilege to interview Thrity Engineer of Thrity Engineer Consulting. I hope all readers of this article will glean a lot on Entrepreneurship and set themselves off in their own entrepreneurship journey. Who is Thrity Engineer? A deeply passionate woman who believes in making a difference in the lives of the people she interacts

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The Spokes of the wheel called Entrepreneurship; Finances and Marketing

So you have turned your business idea into a reality, it is now a legally registered entity meeting all the statutory requirements. You have obtained the finances to start it. You know the right target market for your products and services. Congratulations!!! Moving on swiftly to the other spokes of the wheel called entrepreneurship; day to day management of the finances of an organization and marketing of its goods and

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The Spokes of the wheel called Entrepreneurship; Doing business in Kenya

Welcome to Entrepreneurship month in this blog. You are in in the right page! According to the Cambridge English online dictionary, an Entrepreneur is defined as; “someone who starts their own business, especially when this involves seeing a new opportunity:” According to Investopedia; An entrepreneur is an individual who, rather than working as an employee, founds and runs a small business, assuming all the risks and rewards of the venture.

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The eight habits that sabotage personal financial health; A review of a radio program by Mr. Wahome Ngari, Principal Consultant/CEO Citadel Consulting Limited

The eight habits that sabotage personal financial health according to Mr. Wahome Ngari of Citadel Consulting Limited Nairobi in a radio program, I tuned into aired on Radio Waumini FM Kenya on 8th May 2018. This article will review the eight habits that cause personal financial sabotage that were mentioned in the program and are directly linked to personal financial distress that the Wacha niKwambie blog has been discussing this

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“I will be back on my feet again.” How to deal with personal financial distress

Last week we discussed the different causes of financial distress. Many a time financial distress is not as a result of a one off event but as a result of poor financial decisions cumulatively leading to the financial distress. The first step in dealing with a personal financial crisis is to accept that there is a problem and stop wasting further time that is procrastinating in trying to address the

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Personal financial distress: Causes

Beginning our focus this month on how to deal with difficult personal financial economic times. Personal financial distress in a nut shell happens when expenses exceed income. Some of the factors that cause personal financial distress include; The loss of a job. Most people make an income from a job, when one loses ones job then inevitably financial distress can occur more so if one had no savings or emergency

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Wacha niKwambie Blog announced as Nominee and Voting Opens for the 2018 BAKE Awards

Dear esteemed readers of Wacha niKwambie blog, Since 2012, the BAKE Awards has recognized and awarded exceptional Kenyan bloggers in different categories every year. It is organized by the Bloggers Association of Kenya (BAKE).Wacha niKwambie blog is a proud member of Bloggers Association of Kenya. This year we are proud to be one of the five nominees in category 19 Best Lifestyle Blog. Thank you to all the readers, contributors

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It is all about a positive attitude and mutual respect – Domestic Assistants/Employee relationship: an interview with Trizzer Kimani, Managing Director, Nani Employee Leasing Company

During the month of February 2018, one of the wellness focus areas for “Wacha niKwambie’’ blog was the relationship that we have with our domestic assistants. Here in my home country Kenya, the most commonly used professional terms for domestic assistants are; househelps, maids, auntie, domestic managers and nannies. The blog’s founder and lead writer, Elizabeth “Kwambie” Nyambane had the opportunity to interview the managing director of the pioneer in

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