Wednesday, 31 October 2012

The "Victim" mentality 1. Why me? At this stage...

The "Victim" mentality

1. Why me?
At this stage you are in self denial, believing yourself a victim and always unfairly treated. You seek justice by transferring your hurt on to others. You are more concerned with your pain and everyone else is insignificant. You are a self-centred attention seeker.

2. Blame game
At this stage you distance yourself from the misfortune or pain. You start believing that you are as good as you were before the mishap and you put the blame on others; family, doctor, teacher, demons, etc. You pour scorn on the scapegoat and make them want to feel your full wrath. You are now vengeful. Student blames teacher, wife blames husband, etc.

3. Loss of self-control
Your life starts spiraling out of control. Drug abuse, alcoholism, religious fanaticism, etc, take over and you blame it all on the scapegoat. You are sliding unwittingly to the bottom of the trash can.

The rise in internet connectivity in Zimbabwe...

The rise in internet connectivity in Zimbabwe

Recently Zimbabwe's telecoms giant, Econet released their business data detailing a 17% rise in revenue.
The rise was attributed to a 50% rise in data revenues.

According to the results, broadband subscribers had increased by 75% to 2.5 million from 1.4 million in the previous year.

Considering that Econet isn't the sole internet provider the number of internet users in Zimbabwe could be well above 3.5 million out of an 11 million population.
This represents just 32% in a country where youth make up 70%.
The rise is phenomenal and so is the potential.

If mobile phone makers made sure they supplied affordable smartphones in $45 to 60 range into the market, the service providers and phone makers will benefit greatly as the appetite for technology amongst the Zimbabwean youths is unlimited but only being frustrated by the high cost of smartphones.

Tuesday, 16 October 2012

Its not that we aren't producing enough...

Its not that we aren't producing enough food in the world.
Its just that we have failed to fairly distribute it. #worldfoodday #fooddistribution

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