WITW 4: 5 Proverbs from Things Fall Apart That You Should Apply To Your Life

Proverbs from Things Fall Apart

When reading some books you can’t just read each sentence word for word especially when it comes to China Achebe’s proverbial Things Fall Apart. Things Fall Apart is a classic story about pre-colonial life in Nigeria. Chinua Achebe portrays a vivid image of aspects of the Igbo culture with great emphasis on their persistent use of proverbs, many of which could be applied to our daily lives.

WITW 3: The Wisdom of Wolves

The Wisdom of Wolves Review

Can Wolves Teach Us To Be More Human? Have you ever read a book about Wolves? I highly recommend it, the Wisdom of Wolves by Elli H. Radinger would be a great start. It may seem like a weird suggestion but trust me it will make a lot more sense by the end of this … Read moreWITW 3: The Wisdom of Wolves

Life Lyrics: A2 – 7 Lyrics That Will Make You Reassess Your Friendships

A2 Lyrics

Have you ever come across an artist and just thought ‘what a VIBE?’. A2 one of those artists for me. He has a song for every mood! Whether it’s late night drives or something to turn up to at a house party. Going through a break up? A2’s got you sorted. About to break someone’s heart? He got something for that too. A2 literally has a song for any mood you can think of. But one thing he constantly makes me think about however, is the people I keep around me and here’s why:

WITW EP1 | SayyNadaa – The Story Goes ft. Thomas Sankara

Whisper in the Wind | SayyNadaa - The Story Goes ft. Thomas Sankara

History is made up of a lot more than just stories about the World War II and King Henry VIII and his six wives. Unfortunately, the education system doesn’t really give us a broad view of how much more history really has to offer. Fortunately for us though, we have people like ‘SayyNadaa’ who are willing to share these untold stories with us on their various platforms.

The Brand Therapy Podcast: Episode 2 – Summary & Key Takeaways

The Brand Therapy Podcast - Episode 2 - Summary/Key Takeaways

Have you ever thought about what it would feel like to be booked for £10’000 for a service that you offer? Well, on episode two of the Brand Therapy Podcast Trist Taylor interviews one prominent figure within the creative industry who accepts nothing less than five figures. She works behind the scenes of some of your favourite music videos and has worked with most of your favourite artists. M Huncho, Roddy Rich, Skepta, Yxng Bane, and Chipmunk, to mention a few, and she’s only just getting started.

The Brand Therapy Podcast Ep. 1 Review

When it comes to Trist Taylor (@TristWrapCity), you’ll never be short of valuable content. Whether you’re watching his Instagram Live, going through his social media feed or following his business Growdaily.co.uk. For the last few years Trist has taken it upon himself to shift content culture by providing content of value and substance. And to aid this journey he has released a new podcast that goes by the name of ‘The Brand Therapy Podcast’.

The Art of Reading Self Help Books

How to read a self-help book

Have you ever wanted to start reading a self-help book or any book in general but had difficulty starting? The truth is there are different ways to read, but once the ball starts rolling, it turns into a snowball effect. The more you read, the more you’ll want to read and the better you’ll get at it. If you’re need help figuring out how to read a book then carry one reading, I’m sure the advice in this post will be of value!