Celebrating 37 Years: Reflecting on Achievement of Inspiring Examples

37 years, what a blessing! This is a late celebration blog as the actual date was 1st July, but better late than ever. The Lord has been so good to me. I can’t surely tell it all. Reaching the milestone of 37 years is an occasion to celebrate the journey of accomplishments, growth, and resilience.…

Exploring the Profound “I Am” Statements of Jesus in the Bible

While attending my church garage/service at Worship Harvest Ministries, Apostle Moses Mukisa mentioned something to do with the nature of Christ all covered in the ‘I am’ statement He mentioned in His teachings. I was convinced to find them as my spirit longed to understand I am’s(God Himself, the “I am who I am” –…

Letting Go of Idols and Cultivating a Deeper Relationship with God

Have you ever thought about the things that may be hindering your connection with God? Those distractions you know compete for your attention and take away the time you could spend with Him. They’re like little idols that sneak into our lives without us even realizing it. In this blog, let’s explore some common idols…

Animal Inspirations for Achieving Success: Lessons from the Natural World

Recently I found myself thinking about animals and how I could find metaphorical connections that can help us understand the concept of accomplishment. As a content marketer and writer, the importance of completing tasks and achieving goals while drawing inspiration from the animal kingdom can be a powerful way to ignite motivation. Join me as…

Adult Learning

Adult Learning: Examining Teaching to Meet Personal Needs

Learning is a lifelong process that does not end when an individual graduates from school. As adults, we continue to learn and acquire knowledge, information, and experiences through various means. However, adult learning has its own positives and negatives that can be challenging to navigate. While examining learning and teaching methods to fit my current…

It Takes a Village to Raise a Child: Reflections on the Community That Nurtured Me

Recently I have come to the deep realization that I am the people who nurtured and groomed me as a child. I have always told myself that I am purely me with not as much influence of the people who have had a hand in my growing up. My whole being is purely influenced by…

Insight as a Business Basic

In business, insight is the knowledge that adds value and serves to create or improve something. A company has insights when it has valuable information that allows companies to generate intelligence and understand what is happening, why, and how something can be solved, reversed, or improved. This month at Worship Harvest Ministries Business Garage, we…

Mentorship, Grooming, Coaching, and Training; the covering men need.

In 2015, my heart started bleeding for the boychild and men because what I was seeing around was not good at all. As the heads of families, men were failing and there were more initiatives towards women who were their helpers and none for the ones in the driver’s seat. I cried out to God…

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?…

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…

The 7 Must-Know Psychologies of Online Marketing

Theories are formulated to explain, predict, and understand phenomena and, in many cases, to challenge and extend existing knowledge within the limits of critical bounding assumptions. In this article you find practical guidelines that make executing online marketing easy as you pick the behaviors of online users which work for you. There is a consumer…

The 4Cs of Self-Leadership as per Dr. Clare Gakenia– Dine and Dream

Self-leadership, is the practice of understanding who you are, identifying your desired experiences, and intentionally guiding yourself toward them. This is something I have come to like in conversations I have with myself and others. Who are you, what do you want to be and how are you being it? Self-leadership helps one understand their…

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…

The Different Forms of Mental Illness Treatments

There are three contributors to mental illness and each has its own form of treatment. These contributors include Biological, Psychological, and Social which were written about in-depth in the Causes of mental illness and their diagnosis technique. Below are the treatment measures to use. So, for Biological factors treatments, they are traditionally divided into four…

Difference between B2B and B2C Content, plus other Questions On Content Marketing

Earlier a few weeks last month I was hosted by Runis Media for an online TweetChat on Twitter about Content Creation and Marketing under the hashtag #RMTweetChat. Below is the script of how it went. Question 1. What is content marketing? Patricia Kahill: Content Marketing is the creation of collateral and other informational materials, and…

This Kind of Digital Culture for Digital Transformation

Organizations with a strong digital culture concept where technology and the internet are shaping their way of interaction with humans using digital tools and data-powered insights are the same thing that has been talked about highly for the last now coming to 24 months brought to us by COVID19 effects. Over the weekend, I purposed…