My Letter to You: Kazi 2020

The future looks progressive on this matter and I really hope everyone gets to benefit from industrialization and automation.

NAIROBI, Kenya, December 25, 2019/-- This is my first letter to you. I have learnt alot this decade through contemplation, mistakes, experimentation and sheer badassery. As it comes to a close and we usher in the 20s, I choose to briefly talk about work.

Work

Work & its ethic is a concept so dear to where I come from and me. We as Africans spend much of our lives working; Leisure mainly in the 'Working Class' is frowned upon and is seen as an exclusive right of the privileged class. I choose to slightly disagree; work to me is 'not that' virtuous. Work has to not be necessarily enjoyable but has to be people-centric and people-driven. Its specificity improves as the worker ages and diversity in ones life endeavour is the core to the mark one leaves in this universe. The future looks progressive on this matter and I really hope everyone gets to benefit from industrialization and automation.

Cheza Kama Wewe

I borrow so much from my seniors and one being Paul Graham.

[i] It's hard to find work you love; it must be, if so few do. So don't underestimate this task. And don't feel bad if you haven't succeeded yet. In fact, if you admit to yourself that you're discontented you're a step ahead of most people, who are still in denial. If you're surrounded by colleagues who claim to enjoy work that you find contemptible, odds are they're lying to themselves. Not necessarily, but probably. ~ Graham

And for my retiring friends

Retirement is when you stop sacrificing TODAY for some imaginary TOMORROW. ~ Naval Ravikant

At Wazo Moja

It has been a worthwile Journey; next year we celebrate our 5th Anniversary.

This coming decade we hope to bring in New Ninjas to our Team through our talent department. We also hope to exhibit more of our products mainly from Wazo Moja R&D.

I as its head of operation wish to add that, if Wazo Moja goes down, so will I. This is My Skin in The Game.

For Further Reading

[i] paulgraham.com/love.html

Shukrani to Kipkoech, Gichora, Maroa, Huria, Mukami and Olago.

Happy New Decade