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Friday, July 31, 2015

Are you living a cancer free lifestyle? 12 habits to prevent or treat cancer!

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Are you living a cancer free lifestyle? 12 habits to prevent or treat cancer!


It’s never too late to make lifestyle changes designed to prevent cancer. The following are 12 cancer prevention lifestyle rules that may help:

1.  Food preparation: Eat at least one third of foods raw. Add cancer-fighting foods, herbs and spices to your diet

2. Reduce and eliminate processed foods, sugar/fructose and grain-based foods. These foods feed cancer cells and promote growth.

3.  Eat one gram of protein per kilogram of lean body weight and replace excess proteins with high quality fats, such as avocados or coconut oil.

4.  Avoid GMOs that are treated with glyphosate and eat locally grown organic foods.

5.  Balance out ratio of omega-3s to omega-6 fatty acids by taking good quality supplement and reducing intake of processed vegetable oils.

6.  Increase gut flora with high quality probiotic in order to reduce inflammation and strengthen the immune system.

7.  Exercise lowers insulin levels and discourages growth and spread of cancer.
8.  Research has shown that Vitamin D can decrease your risk of cancer by more than half.

9.  Get good quality restorative sleep.
10. Reduce exposure to environmental toxins such as pesticides, herbicides, household cleansers, synthetic air fresheners, and cosmetics.
11.  Limit radiation exposure from cell phones, Wi-Fi stations, x-rays and CT scans.
12.  Manage stress in a healthy way and work through unresolved emotional issues.

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Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Korean Electronics Giant, Samsung unveils world's first wireless charger monitor

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Samsung Electronics Unveils World’s First Wireless Mobile Charging Monitor


Samsung Electronics has launched the first wireless charger monitor, SE370.  The monitor has 23.6 inches and 27 inches. The monitor declutters work areas by doing away with unnecessary cables and ports needed to charge mobile devices.

According to the Korean electronics giant's Senior Vice President for visual display business Seok-gi Kim:
"Technology should support, not interfere with, active lifestyles. Our customers increasingly rely on mobile devices to obtain information and interact with others; so by doing away with the clutter on their desks, we are helping them to use their mobile devices in a smarter way,”
 But the wireless charging functionality is "limited" to devices that use the leading Qi wireless charging standard which was developed by the Wireless Power Consortim (WPC).  The charger is a circular area integrated in the monitor’s stand.

"Users simply need to place their device on the stand’s charging area to initiate automatic charging, which is confirmed by an LED light," Samsung said.

Other features include:

- AMD FreeSync technology to synchronize the screen refresh rate with the frame rate of a user’s AMD graphics card, to improve gaming and video playback.
- 4ms response time for clear and smooth tracking
- an economy function that reduces screen brightness for increased energy efficiency.
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Actor & Producer Kunle Afolayan becomes Air France Ambassador

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Actor & Producer Kunle Afolayan becomes Air France Ambassador


Popular Nigerian filmmaker & Producer Tunde Kelani of Mainframe Productions shared above photo on his Facebook page.  He captioned it:

"Kunle Afolayan becomes Air France Ambassador. Congrats Kunle, we are so proud of you."

Congrats to Kunle Afolayan

 

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7 Tips To Raise Your Visibility And Advance Your Career

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7 Tips To Raise Your Visibility And Advance Your Career

Working hard–and being good at what you do–is obviously critical to your success at your job but in terms of your career, that’s just the small picture. In order to advance within the company and realize your full potential others need to see you working your magic too. Senior management should be aware of your expertise and skills and know what you’ve accomplished, so that they understand your value to the organization.

The best way to do that is to think of yourself as an entrepreneur. If your department or group within the company were your own business, how would you grow the bottom line—by increasing sales? Cutting costs? Ramping up efficiency?

Keeping that entrepreneurial mindset, here are some ways to raise your visibility at work and expand your career:

Look carefully at what your department does—or in some cases, what the company does—and identify problems that others haven’t.

Then take the initiative. Tackle a problem that requires your particular skills and expertise, or offer to step in and help others who haven’t found a solution yet.

Let’s say, for instance, there is new technology being rolled out in your department but its adoption is being hampered by a lack of communication between different departments. You could offer to lead a team that works to understand the communication difficulties and then develop a plan to solve them. While working on this you may get to know the leaders of other departments with whom you normally have little contact and they could wind up being instrumental for your career.

Tackle a problem no one else wants to tackle.

Perhaps there’s a product your company manufactures that isn’t performing well? That’s an opportunity. Most people want to work on the product doing well, but by taking on the product that isn’t succeeding in the market—and trying to change that–you have the chance to make a much bigger impact. You will raise your visibility and change the way the company’s managers see you—now they know you are a problem solver, a go-getter, you take initiative and think creatively. Those attributes don’t go unnoticed.

Ask to be assigned to high-visibility projects.

Ideally these are projects that require you to work with teams in other departments and will have a big impact on your organization’s bottom line.

If your team sends someone to represent your group, department or team at cross-departmental meetings, offer to be that person. That could lead to opportunities to speak at projects or committee meetings.
7 Tips To Raise Your Visibility And Advance Your Career

Find a Sponsor


A career sponsor is usually a senior person within your organization that is willing to use their political capital to help you advance within the company and develop as a leader. They will work on your behalf to create opportunities for you to raise your profile. A sponsor is different than a mentor. Whereas a mentor can serve as a sounding board as you think about what your next position should be, a sponsor will advocate for your promotion at higher levels of the firm.

Choose an area to build your expertise.

Let’s say you have a talent for managing competing priorities. You could write a regular corporate blog on managing a complex schedules and best practices for juggling competing priorities on the company’s Intranet, or articles on the topic distributed through a company ‘s newsletter. You could also offer to train or speak at company events, making sure—of course—that what you’re offering is truly valuable for the audience. Through these kinds of activities you will become known as someone others seek out for advice and help.

Revisiting assumptions about longstanding processes can lead to opportunities for optimizing or and improving efficiency. Rather than asking why the company isn’t doing something—for example, its social media marketing—say “I’m willing to take this on and have set up some parameters for doing it.” It shows you’re a leader, you’re willing to put yourself out there and try to do something that benefits the company overall.

Finally, think strategically no matter what your job title.
According to Herminia Ibarra, a professor of organizational behavior at the business school Instead in France and author of Act Like a Leader, Think Like a Leader, most people want to take a more strategic approach to their work but are often unsure what that really means.  According to Ibarra: “Planning and executing is about how you do what needs to get done; strategy, is about asking what we should be doing.”

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Middle-aged man dies after drinking 20 sachets of gin in N500 bet

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Middle-aged man dies after drinking 20 sachets of gin in N500 bet

A middle-aged man, identified as Chucks from Imo State, has died after consuming 20 sachets of gin in a N500 bet with a woman.

The deceased, said to be a barber, is married with a child and lived along Ngwa Road area of Aba, Abia State.

An eyewitness said the deceased had on the fateful day, gone to a nearby local shop situated within the area to take a sachet of his usual brand of gin and boosted to the shop owner that he could finish 20 sachets of the drink.

This was said to have led to an argument between the deceased and the shop owner and other customers in the shop that morning.

The argument, it was learned, reached a stage where the deceased deposited N500 and the shop owner also placed her own N500 in a bet.

The deceased was then provided with the sachet drinks for consumption.

It was gathered that he successfully consumed the 20 sachets of dry gin and went away with the bet money.

The deceased was said to have left his barbing salon earlier that day to his house when he started feeling some pains in his stomach and asked his wife to put on their sitting room ceiling fan and sat directly beneath it.

When his condition got worse, his wife asked him what the problem was.  A source said the deceased told his wife he was okay, but just needed rest.


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Actress Cha Cha Ekeh’s daughter, Kamara Graduation photos

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Cha Cha Ekeh shared some photos of her daughter Darlene Kamara Faani with husband Austin Faani on her graduation day.  Kamara graduated from Crèche yesterday.  The happy mother captioned the snaps:

“There Goes Ma BayBeee!!! A Year & 10months Old and Already A Graduate! Congratulations Darlene Kamara Faani You Make Mommy&Daddy Proud!!!” 

Actress Cha Cha Ekeh’s daughter, Kamara Graduation photos



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HRH Ooni Of Ife Oba Sijuwade, Dies At 85

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His Royal Highness Ooni of Ife, Oba Okunade Sijuwade has died. Oba Sijuwade was born on January 1, 1930. He died in the United Kingdom at the age of 85 years and seven months on Tuesday.

The monarch was said to have been flown out of the country last Friday for treatment after he slumped. May his soul rest in peace amen.


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Sweet Selfie! Kim Kardashian West Shows Off Growing Belly, wishes her unborn son ‘Good Night’

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Kim Kardashian, Sweet Selfie! Kim Kardashian West Shows Off Growing Belly, wishes her unborn son ‘Good Night’

Mother of North West and pregnant reality star, Kim Kardashian posted an adorable pic of herself on Instagram flaunting her baby bump in a fitted white dress with a peach-colored jacket. She was also blowing her unborn son a smooch in the mirror. She captioned the pic “Good night baby,”

The baby boy, her second child with husband Kanye West, is due in December.


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Monday, July 27, 2015

Basketmouth Shares New Family Photos in Boston

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Basketmouth, his wife and two kids are in Boston, USA.  The comedian, who is currently on his comedy tour, shared some family photos. Adorable!


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5 Lifestyle Changes that Protect You From Alzheimer's Disease

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Cross section of healthy and Azlheimer's brain

Alzheimer’s disease is an illness that attacks the brain and affects its ability to form and remember memories of events in the patient’s life. It’s a condition to which the medical communality still has no cure, method of delay, or highly accurate test for detecting it early on. More than five (5) million elderly adults are living with Alzheimer’s in the United States alone.

The Alzheimer’s Association has revealed in a paper that Alzheimer’s disease is responsible for the deaths of one in three (1 in 3) senior citizens on a yearly basis.

But while there’s no way to cure Alzheimer’s as of yet, what you can to is significantly diminish your chances of developing the disease. Dr. Greg Petsko, professor of neuroscience from Weill Cornell Medical College said that “We can prevent [Alzheimer’s], we can beat it”by making the following five (5) lifestyle changes:

1) Get better sleep. When studies were conducted on more than 6.000 individuals who had poor sleeping patterns, the experts found that they suffered from an early memory problem known as “mild cognitive impairment”, especially if they had sleep apnea. Mild cognitive impairment can easily lead to the development of Alzheimer’s disease in the upcoming tears.

Another recent finding is that poor sleeping patterns are responsible for amyloid, a brain-clogging protein that’s known as a hallmark for Alzheimer’s. Dr. Kristine Yaffe from the University of California (San Francisco) says that people shouldn’t feel powerless in the matte as many sleep disorders are quite treatable.

2) Exercise your brain. Field experts advice elderly adults to do crossword puzzles, learn how to play a new musical instrument, or learn a new language to keep their brain from deteriorating. The sooner you get your brain used to learning new things, the better protected you will be against Alzheimer’s.

A research team from Karolinska Institute looked at the school report cards as well as the work histories of over 7.000 elderly adults. What they found was that people who had good grades from as early as age 10, as well as those who worked jobs where they were required to have an expertise with numbers or with complex human interactions, were less likely to develop dementia later in life.

3) Go to the gym more often. People who stay in shape have a much lower change of suffering from diabetes, high blood pressure or high cholesterol, all factors which have been proven to aid in the development of mild cognitive impairment.

A recent study showed that young adults who had a sedentary lifestyle had worse memory and thinking skills than their active peers when they reached middle age.

4) Don’t dismiss your mental health. A team or researchers from Harvard University have found that depression, loneliness and stress also aid in the development of Alzheimer’s disease. Field experts advice people to see a professional when they feel depression settling in and not to brood over stressful events. Focus on the positive instead.

5) Adopt a healthy diet. Last but not least, a diet that’s low in sugar and fat, and high in fruits and vegetables, have been proven to benefit the arteries responsible for keeping blood flowing to the brain. On top of this, a good diet prevents the development of type 2 diabetes, which in turn lowers the chance of developing Alzheimer’s disease.

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Brain-eating Amoeba Found in Louisiana Drinking Water, DHH warns

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Brain-eating amoebas confirmed in Louisiana drinking water

Late Wednesday, the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals (DHH) confirmed the presence of the Naegleria fowleri amoeba in the St. Bernard Parish Water System at the site of a leaking sampling station. The amoeba species was detected in two locations and is infamous for its taste for human brains.

The water system, which serves 44,000 residents in St. Bernard Parish, was tested by DHH as part of the State’s new public drinking water surveillance program. DHH notified the water system and local officials Wednesday evening. The Department asked the water system to conduct a 60-day chlorine burn to ensure that any remaining amoeba in the system are eliminated. Parish President Dave Peralta confirmed that the system would conduct the burn out of an abundance of caution.

Brain-eating Amoeba Found in Louisiana Drinking Water, DHH warns


Naegleria fowleri causes a disease called primary amebic meningoencephalitis (PAM), which is a brain infection that leads to the destruction of brain tissue. In its early stages, symptoms of PAM may be similar to bacterial meningitis.

DHH Safe Drinking Water Program staff sampled seven sites along the St. Bernard Parish Water System. Two of the seven sites tested positive for the amoeba. One positive test was at a site at the water treatment plant before the water was treated. The second positive test occurred at 948 Angela Street, which may have been contaminated by ground water due to a leak at the sampling station. Chlorine levels at the site of the positive sample did meet the 0.5 mg/l requirement. The Department will continue to consult with the water system and the CDC. The Department requested that the water system conduct a 60-day free chlorine burn in the water system. The chlorine burn will help reduce biofilm, or organic buildup, throughout the water system and will kill the amoeba. The parish has agreed to conduct this precautionary measure.

The disease is very rare. The likelihood of infections is extremely low but it is not zero. Preventive steps can be taken by Families according to CDC are:

1.  DO NOT allow water to go up your nose or sniff water into your nose when bathing, showering, washing your face, or swimming in small hard plastic/blow-up pools.
2.  DO NOT jump into or put your head under bathing water (bathtubs, small hard plastic/blow-up pools); walk or lower yourself in.
3.  DO NOT allow children to play unsupervised with hoses or sprinklers, as they may accidentally squirt water up their nose. Avoid slip-n-slides or other activities where it is difficult to prevent water going up the nose.
4.  DO run bath and shower taps and hoses for five minutes before use to flush out the pipes. This is most important the first time you use the tap after the water utility raises the disinfectant level.
5.  DO keep small hard plastic/blow-up pools clean by emptying, scrubbing and allowing them to dry after each use.
6.  DO use only boiled and cooled, distilled or sterile water for making sinus rinse solutions for neti pots or performing ritual ablutions.
7.  DO keep your swimming pool adequately disinfected before and during use. Adequate disinfection means:

Residents should continue these precautions until testing no longer confirms the presence of the amoeba in the water system. Residents will be made aware when that occurs. 





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Dr Sid & Wife, Simi celebrate First Wedding Anniversary

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Dr Sid & Wife, Simi celebrate First Wedding Anniversary

Today is Dr Sid's and his wife, Simi's wedding anniversary.  The couple had their traditional wedding on July 27, 2015.  Dr Sid shared above snap and captioned it:  "I married well #Trad/Anniversary".
"It's been 12 months and I couldn't be happier. Thank you @simi_esiri for completing me."

Simi shared below snap and wrote:

Congrats to them.
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Actress Rita Dominic shines at DIFF Event

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Rita Dominic shared some photos of herself rocking a fur jacket, tight leather trouser and knee length shoes at the ongoing Durban International Film Festival in South Africa. She looked so good in her winter dress.


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Check out BTS Pictures of Banky W's Latest Video, "High Note"

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Banky W shared some behind-the-scene pictures from his new video High Note.  The RnB singer worked with Lynxx, Praiz and other people in the shoot at Cantare Monte Casino, South Africa. Enjoy!!!
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Davido shares new photo of his daughter, Imade with his Granddad

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Davido shares new photo of his daughter, Imade with his Granddad

The singer shared above snap of his daughter and her billionaire grandfather posing together on social media.  So adorable!
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Beautiful Bride to be: Check out Dolapo Oni's outfit on her Introduction Day

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Beautiful Bride to be: Check out Dolapo Oni's outfit on her Introduction Day
Dolapo Oni who got engaged to her fiancé, Prince Adegbite Sijuwade had her Introduction yesterday, Sunday July 26.  The couple's traditional wedding will hold on August 2, 2015.  Beautiful! Congrats to them.


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Eight pupils drown in Atang River in Akwa Ibom

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Eight pupils drown in Atang River in Akwa Ibom

Eight pupils, who were returning from a primary school in Ikot Abia-Enyie in the Nsit Atai Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom State, have perished in the Atang River.

The river is said to have divided Ikot Abia-Enyie village into two; with all the facilities in the area ─ a health centre, a primary and a secondary schools ─ located on one side of the river.

The Chairman of the village council, Chief Etop Umanah, on Friday said the pupils drowned in the river following a downpour which made the river to overflow its bank.

He stated that it was the custom of the villagers to wait for the pupils and women at the bank of the river after the closing hours whenever there was a downpour.

He said the pupils were crossing the river from their schools to the other side when the incident happened.

Umanah added that before the men from the village could get to the river to rescue the pupils, the river had taken them away. He added that their corpses were recovered three days after.

May their souls rest in peace.


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Riri By Rihanna, Nicki Minaj,Katy Perry and Ariana Grande unveil new fragrances

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Nicki Minaj, Rihanna, Katy Perry and Ariana Grande unveil new fragrances

Nicki Minaj, Katy Perry, Rihanna and Ariana Grande have announced the launching of new scents recently.

Rapper Nicki's latest and seventh fragrance is called The PinkPrint, was named after her latest album. Minaj said it hits stores in September and "smells so good. It’s by far my best!"  

Check others below:

Rihanna's Scent RiRi

riri rihanna

Katy Perry's Mad Portion
Katy Perry

Ariana Grande's first fragrance Ari 

Nicki Minaj, Rihanna, Katy Perry and Ariana Grande unveil new fragrances

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You need to change these 5 Bad Office Habits That Could Be Undermining Your Career

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Let’s face it: Office dynamics can be tricky.

You may think you’re doing all the right things—when it turns out you’re actually frustrating colleagues, alienating work allies and maybe even disrespecting your boss.

The possible culprit?

You’re engaging in work-related misbehaviors—and don’t even know it.  Below are 5 bad office behaviours that could be tarnishing your career and which you need to work on:

Bad Behavior #1: You’re no social butterfly—and it shows.


If you rush by colleagues rather than take a moment out of your hectic day to catch up, or habitually pass on offers to go out for group lunches, you’re exhibiting the classic signs of this not-so-good habit.

In your zeal to get everything checked off your to-do list, you may be unknowingly leaving others with the impression that you’re unfriendly—and maybe even rude.

Why It Happens … “People often end up going from meeting to meeting or task to task with very little time to come up for air,” explains Costa, author of “Reset: Make the Most of Your Stress.”

So while you aren’t deliberately trying to isolate yourself, the truth is that you are creating a very real (and palpable) emotional distance between you and your colleagues when you don’t build in even a little time for socializing.

And as Costa explains, maintaining friendly working relationships isn’t just key to positive office productivity—it also dictates an organization’s success.

What to Do If This Sounds Like You … Make it a point to connect with a different colleague each week by doing something as simple as scheduling time on your calendar to take a 15-minute coffee break, suggests Wolfe, and then eventually work your way to a group lunch during a less harried workweek.

The result? Over time, you’ll be seen as more approachable—and may even make a new friend for socializing outside the confines of the office.


Bad Behavior #2: You react poorly to sudden change.
Stay the course! If you abide by this mantra to a fault—say, when you get angry if your boss asks you to do a last-minute project, or you get frustrated by having to do something someone else’s way—you could be branded as rigid and difficult.

Why It Happens … “Being [perceived as] too rigid is often due to being a ‘black-and-white’ thinker,” explains Costa. Translation: You have a hard time accepting the reality that sometimes things won’t go your way.

Wolfe offers up another common reasoning: Often, people who react badly to a new, unexpected ask—or even the mere suggestion to do something differently—are really just scared that they won’t be able to do it well.

What to Do If This Sounds Like You … If your natural response to change is to dig in your heels, try to force yourself to shift gears anyway—because, as Wolfe notes, being viewed as resistant to change could potentially cost you your job.

And if you believe your mental hurdle is rooted in uncertainty about tackling the task at hand, that’s O.K. A bit of insecurity is normal—but you can’t let it paralyze you.

So think about what would happen if you did the task wrong. If it’s something that could be easily fixed, try to push ahead. “Taking risks is part of what builds resilience, and it can teach us an incredible amount,” Costa says.

But if you’re truly scared the task is more than you can handle, “the best thing you can do is find a mentor—someone you can trust to help you learn what you need to learn,” Wolfe says.


Bad Behavior #3: You’re the office gossip.

While it can be beneficial to keep your ear to the ground about office happenings, you don’t want to be known as the person who always has the latest dirt.

With this office misbehavior, not only do you risk being perceived as untrustworthy—but, inevitably, something you said will get back to the person you said it about.

Why It Happens … Water cooler chitchat often starts off innocently as a way to bond with colleagues—but it has the potential to quickly spiral into repeat bad behavior if you habitually gossip with the wrong crowd.

What to Do If This Sounds Like You … Dial back on the dishing—stat—by shifting the discussion to a more positive place the next time someone wants to chat about the latest departmental drama.

“You want to have plenty of verbal exit strategies in your arsenal,” Costa says. “Some of my favorites: ‘Yes, that person can come off as bossy, but I also think she has a lot of leadership potential’ and ‘I understand you’re really frustrated right now, and I am happy to talk with you later, once you’ve had some time to decompress a bit.’”

You should also examine why you’re gossiping in the first place.

If you’re miffed by a colleague’s behavior or have a problem with the quality of their work, gossiping isn’t going to solve the problem.

Instead, speak to them directly about your concerns, or come up with another solution to help keep the peace—and the work on track.


Bad Behavior #4: You’re not shy about voicing your opinions.

Does the idea of getting into a good debate at work excite you? Are you always the first to chime in during meetings—and often talk over others in the room?

Well, guess what? What you believe is showing passion for your job is probably being construed as being confrontational.

“If you’re branded as being too argumentative, it will cause people to take you less seriously—even when you have a rational, legitimate gripe,” Costa says. “It leads to low trust, and as a result, people will often avoid you.”

Why This Happens … While you may believe that you’re simply making a strong point or standing up for what you believe in, other people may feel you’re challenging them—in a big way.Bottom line: People in this camp tend not to pay enough attention to how others communicate and interact—they need to be better about picking up on social cues by doing more looking and listening and less talking.

What to Do If This Sounds Like You … A good first step is to focus on more inclusive phrasing when you’re interacting with colleagues.

For example, if you find yourself saying “you” a lot—“you haven’t scheduled enough time to do this project”—your language is likely to come off as sounding accusatory.

So try to focus on “I” or “we” phrasing instead, such as “I think that, in the time available, we could achieve the first part of this project, and then we can figure out a way to bake in more time to finish it.”

By using more “we are all in this together” phrasing, says Costa, you set the scene for a more collaborative experience.

And if you’re the kind of person who struggles to wait your turn to talk in meetings, Costa recommends writing down your thoughts first—and only jumping in with an opinion or insight when the time is right.


Bad Behavior #5: You’re the office complainer.

It’s easy to gripe about problems at work with co-workers. But what can feel like a moment of solidarity with cube-mates can quickly turn into a pattern of seeing (and sharing) only the worst things about work.

Why This Happens … According to Costa, insecurity is often the underlying reason behind chronic negativity—it’s easier to complain than to take real action to deal with a problem or obstacle at work.


“We get something out of commiserating with others,” she says. “However, this behavior can be toxic and eventually damage your reputation. It can also make you lose focus on the great people and good aspects of your work.”

What to Do If This Sounds Like You … If you’re someone who’s gotten into the habit of complaining, you should try “reframe” your mind-set, says Costa.

“Look at the positives of every project and the things that are working well, instead of what isn’t,” she explains, adding that sometimes this simple exercise can really turn things around.

And if you feel that your negativity stems from deep-seated insecurity at work, Costa suggests working on developing an excellent support system—in the form of trusted peers and mentors who can provide insight on how to tackle tough projects on the job.

Of course, this isn’t to say you can’t occasionally vent or push back on something you care about. The key is to not let your frustration or passion sabotage your success.

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Annie Idibia oozes sex appeal in yellow suit

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 Annie Idibia oozes sex appeal in yellow suit

Mother of two and wife of Tuface Idibia, Annie Idibia wore above outfit to the Eargasm concert held in Abuja at the weekend.  The concert featured Sir Victor Uwaifo, her Hubby and a host of others. Lovely!





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Kim Kardashian is unrecognizable in her latest shoot for Hyper Energy Campaign

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Kim Kardashian looks a little different in the photo shoot for her Hype Energy drink campaign [John Jansheski/Hype Energy]

Kim Kardashian, Kanye West's wife looks unrecognizable in her latest shoot for Hyper Energy Drink.  The pregnant reality star and mother of one rocked beautiful outfits to promote the energy drink.  You like?



The pregnant star stuns in a PVC dress holding a can of the drink [John Jansheski/Hype Energy]Kimmy-K gives us a glimpse of her with a little fringe in one snap [John Jansheski/Hype Energy]
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Bobbi Kristina Brown, daughter of Whitney Houston Dead At 22

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Bobbi Kristina Brown, the only child of late singer Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown has died at the age of 22, a month after being moved to hospice.  A statement by the family reads:
"Bobbi Kristina Brown passed away July 26, 2015, surrounded by her family,"
 "She is finally at peace in the arms of God. We want to again thank everyone for their tremendous amount of love and support during these last few months."
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Bobbi Kristina Brown, daughter of Whitney Houston Dead At 22
Whitney and Bobby

Bobbi Kristina was found face down and unresponsive in a bathtub in her Georgia home by friend Max Lomas and the man she referred to as her husband, Nick Gordon, on Jan. 31, and was transferred to an Atlanta-area hospital. Though no drugs were found at her home when medics arrived, a criminal investigation was eventually opened; however, no arrests have been made.
Brandy, Bobbi Kristina Brown, daughter of Whitney Houston Dead At 22

She died in a way eerily similar to her mother Houston who was found dead in a bathtub in 2012. 

Very saddening! May her soul rest in peace.
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