Nigerian co-creator of the Don’t Rush Challenge reveals how the idea came together
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Muyiwa Matuluko is the Co-founder and Editor-in-Chief of Techpoint Africa. On this edition of How I Work, he gives insight into his career before starting Techpoint, as well as his hacks and tools for getting things done.
Starting out as a content creator at Pulse.ng and now editor-in-chief at Zikoko, Fu’ad Lawal’s career has been nothing short of remarkable. He shares with us how he does it all, on today’s edition of How I Work.
Tomi Davies is one of the most influential people in the Nigerian and African technology community. He recently stopped by at the Techpoint office and shared how he worked with us.
Despite the upward trajectory of his career, Opeyemi Odeyale decided to make the move into the startup world with his company Ping Express. He tells us how he manages a startup across three timezones while raising kids.
Joeboy started his career sharing his music on Instagram. His music soon caught the right kind of attention and it has been a wild ride ever since. Joeboy reveals how he manages his time and the tools he makes use of to stay productive.
Focused, driven, and refuses to be outworked. These are a few ways one could describe Nichole Yembra, founder of The Chrysalis Capital, a $15M African tech fund. This week, Nichole shares with us her work routines and habits, hacks for getting things done and mantras that keep her thriving.
On this week’s How I Work, we speak with John to learn how he moved up the career ladder and how he stays productive.
Seven years after founding hotels.ng, Mark has continued to impact the ecosystem through his writing, speaking, and internship programs. Here is how he works