Author: Michael Dawodu

A motivated and enthusiastic writer with a passion for making social impacts. Michael is also a multi-linguist, speaks English, French, Yoruba as some German. He writes French articles for Panodyssey. His interests are health and lifestyle, current affairs, sports, and arts.

public speaking career in Nigeria
Career

How to Build a Great Public Speaking Career in Nigeria

Achieving success in a public speaking career in Nigeria is all about bringing fresh ideas to old topics that resonate with an audience. Public speakers in Nigeria use social media platforms to gather an audience and attract feedback on content. Insight Career: Personal Development Guide for Nigerians In delivery, it is crucial to be aware […]

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common job interview questions
Career

Common Nigerian Job Interview Questions and Answers

If you have a job interview coming up, you are definitely in the right place. We want to share with you some common job interview questions tips. After submitting your CV to the organisation, you would like to work with, the company will want to ensure that you are the best candidate for the job […]

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Personal Development Guide for Nigerians
Career

Personal Development Guide for Nigerians

Why do you need a personal development guide for Nigerians? Personal development, which can also mean self–development, is a lifelong process of experiencing your inner self, which helps determine your life goals and upskill to fulfil your potential. It allows you to set and reach objectives and have a more fulfilling and happiness filled lifestyle. […]

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5 ways to avoid billing
Spice

5 Best Ways to Avoid Billing as a Nigerian

Do you ever wish not to get debit alerts? Learn the best ways to avoid billing as a Nigerian make e no choke you! You know that feeling of happiness when you receive a credit alert, and the despair that comes with seeing the money leave your account bit by bit. It is like being […]

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most admired people in Nigeria
Insight Ranking

40 Most Admired People in Nigeria

             Who are the 40 most admired Nigerians in 2020? Definitely, 2020 has been one hell of a year for all Nigerians, enduring all sorts of unexpected occasions. From the unwanted arrival of the Coronavirus pandemic to the forced lockdown. Nigerians also experienced hunger cries, robberies. Not to mention the […]

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how to overcome procrastination
Lifestyle

Effective Ways To Overcome Procrastination

If you are trying to overcome procrastination you should be familiar with the following lies; “I work more efficiently under pressure” “I’m super busy, I have a lot to work on” “I could do this later” “I don’t have much on my schedule besides the job isn’t due soon”, “I have a lot of time” […]

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HOW TO GAIN WORK EXPERIENCE AS A NIGERIAN STUDENT
Campus

HOW TO GAIN WORK EXPERIENCE AS A NIGERIAN STUDENT

You must have seen a ridiculous job requirement like, “applicants must not be more than 24 years with a work experience of 5 years“. What? How does that work for people who graduated at the age of 21, which is considered very young? According to heraldextra.com, the average age of graduates with just a bachelor’s degree […]

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Convert your hobbies into money
Lifestyle

How to Convert your Hobbies into Money in Nigeria

There’s this famous quote that goes thus: “Find three hobbies you love: one to make you money, one to keep you in shape, and one to be creative”. Why is money the first criterion? It’s only logical for you to be happy with your source of income. When you’re satisfied with it, it becomes a hobby […]

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maximizing hobbies into stress relievers as a nigerian student
Lifestyle

MAXIMIZING HOBBIES INTO STRESS RELIEVERS AS A NIGERIAN STUDENT.

Stress is something natural for all Nigerian student. But too much of it is not good for health and productivity. As such, there is a need for some fun activities to ease up the tension. This can be hobby or any fun activities. And the interesting part is there are many ways you can maximize […]

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Live a happy life -even as a Nigeria
Lifestyle

HOW TO LIVE A HAPPY LIFE – EVEN AS A NIGERIAN

Living a happy life is not something far-fetch. It is possible, and everyone can achieve this. A common saying says, “happiness is a state of mind”. Which in other words, mean everyone can live a happy life – including Nigerians.  “Being a Nigerian is abysmally frustrating and unbelievably exciting”, Chinua Achebe (1967). The average Nigerian is […]

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