If you have been curious about improving your leadership skills or joining the best student extra curriculum organisation eveer! then you're in luck because AIESEC is interested in YOU. Quickly go through these reasons to join AIESEC today.1. Go on a work abroad experience, develop your leadership skills.2.Network and meet new people in your university, around Nigeria and in 110 countries we are present in.3. Be a part of a network of ambitious and talented AIESEC leaders around the world and utilize this network for the rest of your life.4. Get the opportunity to travel to different places through the various conferences within and outside Nigeria.5. Find a suitable Mentor who can guide you through your career decisions and many life experiences.6. Cultivate a global mindset and develop entrepreneurial outlook in a flexible and customizable work environment.7. Increase awareness on things outside your text book through practical international experience and on the job learning.8.…
Life was designed to last once for every individual and as much as that sucks, it is true. We roam through life trying to figure out the true essence of existence and while that urge might be higher in some, it is lower for others. I mean, who cares about all of the serious stuff in life right? Roll up some weed, light it, smoke up some dose of daily conviction. Look forward to a what could be a better alternative for essence. Truth be told, every single one of us humans on the surface of Earth, have that moment. A time when probably in a car driving to work, amid the endless news on the radio, it hits you- the realization of something beyond every individual you pass by on the streets, every nod you get in response to your greeting, every shade of pupils you've stared into.
And yeah, while some might boldly step out and share in an engaging tone, how, they realized, once, years back, the X, Y, Z, that led to making a significant decision in their lives, I sit there and wonder. I wo…
seven minutes in heaven; seven minutes counting heart beats by the second. six minutes in heaven; all the while tapping feet on shaky wooden floorboards in nervous delight.
five minutes in heaven; five minutes counting down to reality: a beastly, slimy one. four minutes in heaven; wondering if by chance or luck or grace, a glimpse of an angel would suffice.
three minutes in heaven, and lo a ladybird atop your nose tickles, dances, wiggles, jiggles, then away, flies. two minutes in heaven, two minutes or the next, daydreams finally might come to be: visions of sunny skies, silly side aching laughs_ chocolatey gums, all on display for my ever aching eyes.
a minute left in heaven the last, the longest, the shortest it seems, the last before you wake and stare at the computer screen in a crowded noisy bureau, someplace.