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Building Motivation amidst Crisis

Motivation is the catalyst that triggers human actions. Motivation plays a role in developing a time-table to prepare for an educational examination, creating a business-plan, do fitness exercises, participating in events, starting

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The Predicaments of Africans in Racist Germany

An African lady enters a building through the automatic glass door of the main entrance. On her way to the elevators, the male receptionist called from his seat behind the desk in elevated tone, “Hey, stop”.

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Impact of Culture on Motivation

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Menaye Donkor

Menaye Donkor

Menaye Donkor

Menaye Donkor is a model, entrepreneur and philanthropist.  She is married to footballer Sulley Muntari.

Menaye Donkor was born in 1983.  She was brought up by her parents in Accra, Ghana, and is the youngest of seven siblings with four brothers and two sisters.  At the age of seven Menaye inherited the job title of “Royal Stool Bearer” for her paternal grandmother, who is the Queen mother of Agona Asafo.  She graduated with honors in marketing from York University in Toronto, Canada.

In her early twenties she started modelling after winning the “Miss Universe Ghana 2004” pageant and graced the covers of many magazines in Ghana.  She also did editorial work for magazines in South Africa, Milan and Canada.

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Maya Angelou (1928-2014)

Maya Angelou

Maya Angelou

Maya Angelou was born Marguerite Annie Johnson in 1928 in St. Louis, Missouri. Her parents divorced when she was only three and she was sent with her younger brother Bailey to live with their grandmother in the small town of Stamps, Arkansas. In Stamps, the young girl experienced the racial discrimination that was the legally enforced way of life in the American South, but she also absorbed the deep religious faith and old-fashioned courtesy of traditional African American life. She credits her grandmother and her extended family with instilling in her

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