Failure Falls And How To Deal With Them

“If you’re going to learn how to fly, you have to get comfortable with the idea of falling down a few times.” (SNY, 2017) In the last one year I have had more failure falls than I have had in my first 19 years put together and that’s because I have tried more things than…

Big Moves 2017

Hey Guys!! Is it too late to say Happy New Year? *face palm*. I know you missed me and you can bet I’ve missed you more! I trust your 2017 has kicked off on a good note? Well it better have because approximately we’ve used up 12% of the year ALREADY! The good news is…

What A Bad Bowl of Noodles Taught Me

I rushed into Shoprite after work. I was craving my favorite brand of noodles (If Indomie came to your mind, then you guessed right). I looked along the aisle and to my dismay, it was out of stock! I had been dreaming about noodles with fried eggs since my lunch break and these guys were just…

Finding Your Happy || 4 Ways To Turn Your :( into a :)

If you’re any bit like me, every now and then things get heated up mentally, emotionally and sometimes, even physically. Very often I go through times when I’m completely flustered and in desperate need of a safe place where I could escape from it all. At times like this I find myself antsy and I…

Who’s In Your Line Of Sight?

A few months back, I was looking through my Instagram timeline and I saw the amazing work @harold_ofure is doing. Now see, this guy has a track record of getting things done. It’s almost unreal. I navigated on to his page and I thought to myself “I need you in my line of Sight” You…

Afua Osei

Afua Osei is the Co-Founder of She Leads Africa; a community that helps young African women achieve their professional goals and aspirations with engaging online content and pan-African events. Before focusing on She Leads Africa full time, Afua worked as a Management Consultant with McKinsey & Company. She is a graduate of the University of…

Life After NYSC; “The Maze”

It’s been three weeks since I completed my NYSC and returned to Lagos. The only word that comes to mind in describing my experience is “maze”. Life after NYSC is like a maze. Within these three weeks I have received and declined three job offers, and I am currently “unemployed” (P.s don’t feel bad about…