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Posts tagged with ‘Margaret Olatunbosun’

  • Five Leadership Lessons from the Book of Esther

    By adaptmag on November 10, 2014
    Margaret Olatunbosun, Editorial & Social Media Intern   Lately, female leaders inspire me. I’m taking about women who have swarm against tides, have struggled to hold their own among their peers, and are seen as a voice of authority in their respective niches. I wanted that too so I picked several books and began to study some leadership gurus. Now, […]
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  • Embracing Different

    By adaptmag on May 26, 2014
    Margaret Olatunbosun, Editorial Intern Being connected to the Internet has been such a blessing and a curse. Images of women so beautifully manicured, pruned, and delicately cared for have tormented my uneven eyebrows for as long as I can remember so much so that my hand trembles each time I pick up an eyeliner. This feeling makes me want to […]
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  • Being Patient and Grateful in Dry Seasons

    By adaptmag on March 3, 2014
    Margaret Olatunbosun, Editorial & Social Media Intern One thing that keeps me going after a busy day at work is the assurance that in two weeks, I will reap the fruits of my labor. I wake up in the morning energized and refreshed, ready to take on the day’s challenges because I believe my efforts will be rewarded. On payday, […]
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  • Finding Faith in Violent Storms

    By adaptmag on February 11, 2014
    Margaret Olatunbosun, Editorial & Social Media Intern A certain man had so much wealth that he was regarded as the greatest of all the people in the East. One day, a series of calamities befell him and he lost everything he had: his property, children, even his health. His wife deserted him and his friends taunted him, telling him his […]
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  • He Will Command You to Give it All

    By adaptmag on January 27, 2014
    Margaret Olatunbosun, Editorial and Social Media Intern “I just don’t get it. It doesn’t make any sense.”  I said amidst sobs. My friend was gracious enough to hear me rant for a good two hours about how rightly I’ve tried to live my life and how brave I was to leave my family to study 4.5 hours away, in a different […]
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