Epic Comeback! :D

Ok maybe not such an epic comeback sha, but I am back nonetheless. Its been a while since I posted anything here (since 2012! About two years now), and I know I could possibly have decided to come back at a better time, but I just felt I need to pick up from where I stopped. Anyway, hopefully you can expect more frequent posts from me than before. New tips and tricks I have discovered over the year that could help so many of you out there (like they helped me).

See you in the not-so-distant future. Chao!


SoftYorubaBoy's Blog





It’s about that time when u go and serve your country, hopefully In a week or 2 u will know which of the state u are going for your NYSC orientation. I have taken the liberty to interview some of my friends to learn their camping experience; I have also scouted blogs, dairies, journals and other archives in,  a bid to get as much info as possible about the three weeks of camp.

For those of you that are scared cuz it’s the first time you are leaving your family for such a long time, don’t worry you are not alone. It is that anxiety that lead me to this research; hearing people recount their camping experience has put me a little bit at ease. According to most people it is the best 3 weeks of their lives. “u wouldn’t want to leave”. Well, i will…

View original post 1,461 more words


How does a 16-year-old boy decide to set up a business and in 2 years sell it for $40 million? What could have possibly been his thought process up until when he decided to set the business? Now I could easily permit my brain to understand this, if the boy was born into opulence, but this is a boy his family was going through a little bit of hardship.

Gurbaksh Chahal popularly called G, sold his first business at 18 for $40 million, and his second business was bought by Yahoo Inc for $300 million, when he was only 25. We at CreativityTurf have learnt a lot from him, and we will like to share it with you.

G’s first company ClickAgents was an advertising network (I.e a company that connects advertisers to web sites that want to host advertisements) focused on performance-based advertising. The hardship his family was facing…

View original post 395 more words