Sunday, 25 May 2014

Africa Day Speech

Africa is home to a population approximately 1 billion people
celebrates togetherness on this day of 25 May.
We at F.E.A.R Corporation congratulate the 'nation of Africa' with her
diverse cultures, languages and races.

Africa is continent of great promise and immense potential and is
viewed as "the continent of the future."
We value Africa not only as a market and source of resources but as
our home: Our Mother Continent.

We are aware of the challenges facing the continent;

(a) shaky democracies in Malawi, Zimbabwe, Sudan, etc

(b) growing religious extremism and terrorism in Nigeria, Somalia, Mali, etc.

(c) hunger, droughts and famine in Chad, Mali, Ethiopia, etc.

(d) the scourge of HIV across Southern Africa.

(e) non communicable diseases that threaten the whole continent,

(f) corruption, lack of transparency and accountability that is
shortchanging the hardworking sons and daughters of the continent,

(g) unnecessary conflicts, civil strife and violent elections, etc.

We call upon the people of Africa and their leadership to rise up to
these tribulations and try to create a community strong and resilient.
We urge Africa to join us in our mission as F.E.A.R Corporation to campaign for;

(i) continental anti-graft body

(ii) institution of a continental court of arbitration, human rights, etc.

(iii) the vision of One-Language-Africa to unite the continent.

With these, we will be able to spur our continent to prosperity.

Congratulations Africa. Our Motherland.

Board Chairperson

F.E.A.R Corporation
Technovation | Creativity | Charity

Thursday, 22 May 2014

The Great Disappointment: 31st July

THE GREAT DISAPPOINTMENT: 31st JULY is illustrative of a nation in despair. 
It's about a nation with so much potential yet failing in every aspect. From bungled elections to corruption, general lawlessness, lack of accountability & transparency, economic collapse to human rights violations, intimidation and outright violence and terror to an ailing leadership.

The book illustrates the lives of youth in an era where they are viewed as worth nothing more than what the elders say. It explores youth unemployment, drug abuse, manipulation by politicians and finally their resolve to cross the borders in search of better lives.

The piece dissects society to highlight the plight of long forgotten war veterans, those with physical challenges and many who were maimed during the war of liberation. The publication brings to focus how the people have been left out in national socio-economic programs. They are viewed with pity and seen as invalids and burdens.

The book also brings to the fore, the lives of married women who are kept in the dark pertaining their husbands' activities. It highlights mistrust and insecurity in modern marriages. It also explore the plight of people living with HIV and widowed women who have to fend for themselves with minimal assistance from society or government.

In closing, the book highlights the disconnect between the young and the old, urbanites and the rural folk, the rich and the poor, how leaders are bent on formenting hatred and division in order to survive.

Monday, 19 May 2014

F.E.A.R Corporation brands

Green Engineering & Technology Innovations
Innovators in green energy and environmentally sound engineering solutions
Specialists in agro-finance and agricultural processes management

The entertainment and events management zone

Open Minds Publications
Online publishing and e-book marketing

Merchant Black Management
Financial, administration and management and micro-finance institution

Wednesday, 14 May 2014

F.E.A.R Corporation: Group second quarter statement

Chairpersons Report
14th May 2014

We are pleased to announce the 2nd quarter results highlight positive growth.
In the 2nd quarter, the Group's capitalization has jumped by 24%
buoyed by a 200% rise in revenues at Open Minds Publications.

Open Minds Publications is currently in negotiations to jointly
publish editorials with several media houses. The fledgling but fast
growing publishing house is already mobilizing resources in
preparation for the launch of the book "The Great Disappointment"
scheduled for 31st July.

Despite stalled progress, engineering division Green Engineering
Technology Innovations, GETI hopes to formalize operations by end of
trading year.
HOSE is projected to launch a catalogue of mixes which will be made
available on SoundCloud.

Charities and Social Corporate Responsibilities.
The Voluntary Mentorship Program and Technology Initiative Africa are
wrapping up the formulation of MSiT program and Self-Improvement
Module, SiM to be presented within the 3rd quarter.
The VMP is also working on the launch and distribution of audio
sermons by distinguished mentors.
The VMP and TIA are private voluntary organisations whose activities
are wholly funded by the F.E.A.R Corporation.

We thank our partners, colleagues and your valued customers for your
continued support.


F.E.A.R Corporation
Creativity | Technovation | Charity

Friday, 9 May 2014

We Are Not Going Anywhere - One Billion Rising For Justice

We Are Not Going Anywhere - One Billion Rising For Justice

Let's all unite against this evil.

We can not afford to watch as our girls and our women are turned into objects.

Let's rise up and defend our women.

Read this link and share it in your community.

Inserted by the F.E.A.R Corporation

Tuesday, 6 May 2014

You just have to stand up and challenge the status quo

Learn to challenge the status quo
First, we try to explain what the comfort zone is by differentiating it from the growth zone and the panic zone.  These three zones can be further broken down to different stages and phases that one grows through in their lives.

Stop panicking
You know the feeling when you suddenly realize that you are not prepared for the exam that you are just about to write.  The feeling that hits you when you suddenly realize that the deadline for a certain project is already due.  Or when you wake up to the reality that you are 50km away from the airport and your scheduled flight is just 10 minutes away.  It is when you feel you are over your head.  When you try anything that comes to mind.  In the panic zone, there is no planning, its random actions culminating from random thoughts. You are just trying to survive.  Trying to keep your head above the water.  You are never sure of what you are doing and any piece of advice you get can turn you around.

In the Comfort zone?
You are probably in that zone already.  The majority of people are trapped in this zone and they do not realize it.  You wake up take a shower, breakfast, get to work then return home to watch the news then go to bed.  Sounds like the dream life.  No hassle and no worries, right?  That is because you are in the comfort zone.  You are not growing, you are not moving, and you are stagnant.  You are living the ordinary life that will never change anything.  You are no game changer.  You are just there.  You are what women call, “safe.” Would the world change if everyone lived like you do?  You need to step up your game.

What happens in the Growth zone?
It is when you feel the tension between what you are currently doing and what you are capable of doing.  It is when you realize you are a master in different disciplines but despite the potential, you are not moving.  You look at the many amazing things you can do and yet you just cannot seem to get to do it.  You feel suffocated, right.  Let us see how you can pick up your game.

1.       Start small
Start with baby steps.  Yes dream big but make practical plans.
Have clear intentions.  You do not want to seem like a drunk, moving in a zigzag.  You want to get somewhere so start by pinpointing that somewhere.  Have an end game.
Do not be hasty.  Be content with gradual change.  It is easier when it is slow but quite a hassle when it is rapid.  Chew only what you can. 

2.       Understand that it is ok to fail.
Do not be afraid of failure.  There is nothing to fear but fear itself.  Fear is one passion that renders you either hopeless and demotivate you or triggers the panic mode.  Let yourself fail.  Most inventors and achievers had to fail before they got it right.
It is the fear that will prohibit you from venturing into the uncharted territory.  To that effect, take the leap of faith.  Ignore the fear; just friggin do it.

3.       Have faith and confidence.
Use past experiences as evidence that you can succeed on any mission you set out to fulfil.  You went to school without the faintest idea what the Avogadro constant was yet by end of school you knew how to use it in your calculations.  The Avogadro constant was then an uncharted territory that you ventured into and conquered.  You met your lover as a stranger but today you celebrate years of togetherness.  However unfamiliar the territory seems, remember you can succeed.
You possess the ability to learn new skills and adapt to changing environments.
Stretch yourself to the limit.  It is hard to break out of the comfort zone when you are always second-guessing yourself.

There you have it.  Whatever venture you have in mind, whatever idea you want to act out.  Do it right now.  Time waits for no one.  You are agitated at the way things are and you feel you can do something to change the status quo?  Why wait?  Start now. 

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