Posts filed under: Training

“Dare! Just daring is meaningless, try things differently and when you fail, learn from the failure.” On Monday, July 13, 2020, I sat down on my little workspace, with internet connectivity, listening immensely to the words of Avi Liran. It...
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I have been one whose interpretation of success was tied to academic excellence. I had always been at the top of my class from primary school up to the university, and all I could see for myself was to become...
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Here goes the chronicle: 6 months ago, I saw a link for “Young Innovation Fellowship” application on Dr. Apeh’s official page. At first, I was reluctant to apply because I don’t like investing my energy and time into any application...
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In SS3, I took a test to see if I was left or right-brained. To my elementary eyes, the result of that quiz would be the truth from on high – a resolute word that would define the man to...
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THE H.E.L.P FELLOWSHIP: MY EYE OF THE NEEDLE EXPERIENCE It is with great delight that I recount my HELP Fellowship experience, even though it is of little proportion at this very moment, to you my cherished audience.  One thing must...
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As Innovative as a HELP Fellow Being someone who thinks empathically about scholarly memories of the past, it seems almost impossible that I forget those statements of simile that made my elementary school come alive. And though these memories still...
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