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A Happy life = Long life.

Monday is not supposed to be terrible as some people put it to be.a huge number of people who work office jobs are dissatisfied with their jobs, and after a long weekend Monday reminds them of another week doing what they hate for a boss who doesn’t appreciate them.studies have shown that Monday holds the highest number of suicides among people who work in jobs that don’t motivate them. Joseph Campbell the famous scholar of mythology gave the 12 steps to fulfilment in which one of the steps was to not base your decisions on financial gain. While getting a salary is important sacrificing your happiness for money as to big a trade. Joseph Campbell says that the same vase made by a porter who loves what he does and by one who hates who hates his job is that one has a soul.
New York Times Bestseller.Vishen Lakhiani the CEO of MindValley academy and the author of New York Times best-selling book The code of the extraordinary mind gives steps to challenge beliefs that might be holding one …

Safaricom dominance will continue

Safaricom will continue to be the most dominant player in the telecoms sector as long as this other company’s fail to innovate.Safaricom although not offering services at the par of Verizon or AT&T is still very dominant in Kenya. A recent survey of the markets showed that safaricom is worth more than 20 NSE listed companies combined.Safaricom is worth in the excess of kshs 700bn while other big companies are worth less than kshs 100bn.with these amounts of cash at its disposal the company can easily control anyone or any government. Other telecos in the space are either too cash strapped from previous owner debts or simply can’t understand the market as a whole.the whole merger and acquisition business model works terribly in our telecoms market. some have come and tried to woe us with free calls and texts under campaigns with catchy names like “No Monkey Business” but fail to stay afloat as their revenue model simply makes no sense.

 Orange was dominant in the data sector and was giving safaricom a run for its money by maintaining its unlimited offer long after safaricom took it off but it had  a disadvantage because its services were only reliable in few towns around Kenya.Safaricom went ahead of the curve when it introduced 4G leaving other companies wailing because they couldn’t raise the $25mn license fee.Airtel KE tried 3.75G but safaricom is still ahead.in terms of data rates safariom has drastically lowered them especially with the introduction of blaze tariff targeting the youth. Despite all these Safaricom has been accused of stealing bundles from customers among other unlawful business practices. Although we often suffer under suffericom you are not giving us any other better option than our evident exploitation.Long story short all other telecom companies need to stop giving free offers it makes no sense. The notion that Kenyans like free things is often misplaced. If a hotel decides to give you free food you will most probably be suspicious than excited. 


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