Why blue jeans and not purple?

Do you know that someone somewhere determines and makes decisions for us in line with the way we are to think and in the end act? Decisions are made on our behalf through the use of media to shape our perspectives and views. Do you know that blue was not even the original boy’s color?…

#Transform2022 #WorshipHarvest #MakeADifference #HarvestInstitute

Vision, People, and Resources – The Tools to Make a Transformational Difference in Society.

The thing you know intuitively, you can’t transfer to others – Apostle Moses Mukisa aka Ap. Mo That is how Transform 2022 a yearly leaders conference organized by the School Of Leadership from Harvest Institute, started off with the leader of Worship Harvest Ministries. With the theme Make a Difference, Ap. Mo started the conference…

SDGs and Climate Change, how you can get involved

Saving lives and livelihoods requires urgent action to address both the pandemic and the climate emergency. Recently I found myself wearing more warm clothes than before because I can’t deal with the cold anymore. Even my covers have gained a new duvet and I am wearing warmer stocking in the house.  My friends who travelled…

Overthinking as a Solution

“But you can overthink! said a friend. This was when I shared my thoughts and assumptions on something we were working on. Their rebuke called me to the realization that I was different from them. It might feel like you’re the only one lying awake at night, dwelling on a decision you made earlier that…

CEO Summit Magazine 2020 Features Patricia Kahill

CEO summit Uganda is where growth-oriented corporates challenge, effectuate and expound transformation. It is a platform that uniquely gathers the most influential CEOs, bankers, and investors in the region.  It is a private think tank fluent in solutions, through its Annual CEO Forum and the sector-specific CEO Cluster teams. In 2020, Patricia Kahill a multipotentialite,…

Alternative marketing, the death of cookies

It is important for all businesses to review how they are harnessing the marketing trends so they can apply the latest innovations through the 70:20:10 rule of marketing focus. The rule has it that 70% of the time we focus on things that are very core to our business, 20% is where we are trying…

Upskilling for shared prosperity in Uganda

Upskilling for Shared Prosperity is a call to action. It makes the economic case for providing employees with learning and development opportunities to expand their horizons while minimizing skills gaps. Due to the disconnect between current education programs and the skills employers, the need today and the future to look at upskilling as an advantage to…

OTT is out and 12% Internet Tax is in, Facebook is still off. What next for your Social Media Marketing?

First, I have to say this, there is no going back to the way things were. There is no going back to normal whatever that was. I believe normal is now, today, this moment, the current situation or environment we are in. We are moving forward. The Covid-19 disruption has already happened, and its effects…

KEEP YOUR FAITH KAHILL

Keep the Faith

So many things about our lives right now may seem like they are completely out of our control. Life is suddenly full of questions. What was once normal, has been turned upside down by an unexpected deaths, diagnosis, lost jobs, a financial crisis in your home or business, a challenging education plan, the elimination of…

What is Opportunity Tracker?

When this was first mentioned to me I was like this must be something that measures the available opportunities on the market over the available seekers for them and gives a ratio for it. For who is nowadays journeying on conversions and their impact mainly in my digital marketing work, this was the best-fit answer…

disruptive methods for business after Covid19

How Business Owners in my Area are Surviving using Disruptive Ways

Let me tell you about the interesting things I have seen business owners in my area do during this Corona Virus lockdown season; 1- A butcher’s business was closed as all others were, this family man made a disruptive decision to ride his motorbike through our area with an announcer about the availability of cow…

LEAD COURAGEOUSLY

“If you want to know if you’re a leader, turn around and see if anyone is following.” That makes sense first take. Leaders should have followers, but as you think about it more something smells funky about that philosophy. The belief that the best leaders have the most followers is faulty in it’self because the…

Train up a child in the way he should go, And when he is old he will not depart from it

If our young men are not guided, taught and empowered to be the best men for themselves and the ones a community needs, our desires for development and growth will be of no or little substance. At the moment every evil/problem we are facing in our communities are mainly done by men. Men who never…

Zumbathon for Mental Health 13th/10/2018 – Why You Should Attend

I almost threw myself in a speeding car around Kira roundabout now road lights. Why was I going to kill myself? Because I was tired of how I was feeling. The depression had taken its heavy load on me and the conversations with myself in my head were so loud, I didn’t know what was…

Young men getting Married, a group Session for Knowledge Sharing

” Treat your wife with respect and care, she is your helper, not your competitor. Care for her dearly, protect and provide, my son,” said a father to his 24 years old son getting married. This was the story of old, as told to me by my late great-grandmother. These were some of the words I…

“I Almost Killed Myself” – Emotional Abuse is Violence and Causes Mental Problems

“I almost killed myself, yesterday”- she sent a chat to my WhatsApp and then went offline. Phones off. The closest person to her – the husband – is the abuser. What kind of abuse you might be wondering, it is Emotional Abuse.   Pause.   When you think you have it worse, just know other…

Forms of Violence against Children, Prevalence and Prevention in Uganda

According to the Uganda Children (Amendment) Act: “’Violence’ means any form of physical, emotional or mental injury or abuse, neglect, maltreatment and exploitation, including sexual abuse, intentional use of physical force or power, threatened or actual, against an individual which may result in or has a high likelihood of resulting in injury, death, psychological harm,…

International Men’s Health Week 11th – 17th June

The month of June is men’s month. This month consists of the Father’s day which celebrated differently around the world but dates within the month and the men’s health week which starts on 11th June and ends on 17th June. The International Men’s Health week led by Men’s Health Network, representatives from six leading men’s…