Jean Paul is a Rwandan-British citizen and he created this blog back in 2011 a year after he graduated with BA(hons) in Business Management majoring in finance. The site has been used to promote his interests , activities and hobbies. From 2011 to 2018 the site was used to promote his interest in e-commerce while promoting his own academic and professional identity.
From 2018 , he decided to turn the blog into academic oriented where he is willing to share as always knowledge and skills around Business and management for free while he develops he is own professional development and gaining from his own experience and expertise advancing his own goals and objectives of what he wants to achieve in life.
Jean Paul Ndindamahina is an associate Member of Chartered Institute of Management and he is currently studying towards MSC International Business Management. He holds managerial expertise mainly in retail Industry.
He is a father to sons and daughters and his dream is to achieve his professional goals which are set around hobbies, family, love, health and career. For more on this, go to his personal portfolio section on this blog to read more.
Meanwhile, enjoy the blog where you will find materials related to Economic, Management, Human Resources, Finance and Marketing- that is his life .If you have any query or question you would like to ask, just drop him an email at email@example.com or just fill out contact me form on this blog.
Insight for the week
"Peace is the beauty of life. It is sunshine. It is the smile of a child, the love of a mother, the joy of a father, the togetherness of a family. It is the advancement of man, the victory of a just cause, the triumph of truth". Menachem Begin
Ladies and gentlemen who believe in love. Before you get involved with someone you want to share a life with, ask a question “have you been married before?” some will answer, yes I married this guy or woman but I divorced.
Well things were worse, he or she was not good for me” while others will say “No, I never got married” who would you prefer to get into a relationship? The one who got married before or the one who has never been in any relationship?
Today so many relationship are ending prematurely simply because people get together before they get married to vision and passion
When I was little I did not really like my father but lucky he was I did not have where to go and say “I don’t like my father, take me away from him” I had to obey whatever he said to me and to be honest majority of what he ordered me to do I did not like it. If he was in land where prejudice and bigotry is a way of life for some, he would not had the chance to see me grow. I would have easily got rid of him by reporting him as a bad father who does not let me just grow.
My father challenged me-he sent me to school even when it was raining, he forced me to have shower even though I did not want to, he forced me to wash my clothes, he sat with me and he told me the benefit all he wanted me to do and he wanted me to be. He told me “If you see challenges coming on your way, see new opportunity coming into your life and never despair when you are faced with unbearable challenging situation because it is through challenges that we all grow”.
If you are a parent, do you think is good idea to let your child just grow? I thank my father now, he did not just let me grow- the direction my father set for me at that young age, is still the path I am still following until I leave this world and I am grateful for my mother not to see my father as a rival to her children. She believed in my father’s vision for us and they worked as a team to raise us because before they got together, they were already married to vision and passion of what they wanted to achieve in life as a wife and husband.
When you go n diner date with someone, just ask: “what is your vision” what is your “passion” because it can turn into a nightmare when you get involved with someone who has no clear vision or passion of what they really want in life and how they want it.
I am lucky I met someone we share some vision and some passion the rest God will be a judge.
Jean Paul views education as his passport to the future because tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today .
Msc | Solent University , IBM
BA (hons) BM majoring in Finance
2005 - 2007
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