Koosha Azim: Creator Mindset Video

I always preach that it is important for people to be positive about themselves and be optimistic when in adversity. In the following LinkedIn video, Koosha Azim explains the idea of a Victim and Creator Mindset.

Having a Creator mindset helps in both business settings and with the rest of daily lives. Contrastingly, a Victim mindset could potentially hurt relationships and hurt mental health.

To learn more about Koosha Azim, check out his blog on his personal website.

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Gen Z Social Media Hate With Koosha Azim

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If social media users put aside the distractions and plethora of fake, unreliable influencers and third-party services, they are left with a diverse environment to build a digital empire. Nonetheless, one can expect to receive doubt or negative energy through direct messages or comments on a post.

This is a prominent piece of social media that people and businesses have to ignore, circumvent, or block…With exploring this digital landscape comes maturity and many other decisive traits that are required to block hate. Allowing hate to penetrate your character is a recipe for disaster, so act shrewd and learn how to act upon criticism when it arrives.

Hate often comes in the form of comments, direct messages, and stories where other social media users may tag you and proceed to leave judgemental comments about your appearance, work, or content. To understand the reasoning behind these insults, it is best to view things from the provocateurs perspective. Why would they spend the time and effort to send a hateful message to you? What brings them to the conclusion that you are this or that?

The answer to these questions may very well lie in your success. Believe it or not, most people naturally despise seeing others succeed. Humans are competitive animals who desire to reach the peak of their subconscious social ladder. When others succeed or show joy in what they do, there are always others who feel jealous or do not like seeing others happy. As blunt as this sounds, competition is everywhere: including our heads.


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Koosha Azim: New Editor-in-chief of Think Media Nigeria from California

The management of Think Media Nigeria has welcomed Koosha Azim of San Francisco Bay Area, California as he officially joins the Nigerian digital innovator’s team.

Think Media Nigeria pioneer, Oyebamiji Adesoji Usman disclosed this information yesterday on his Twitter page:

Koosha Azim will now head the tech start-up operations as the Editor-in-chief in the United State of America.

Think Media NG; thinkmedia.com.ng aims at distributing information by empowering Africans through free tech news/content, webinars, conferences and events with tech professionals within the young continent. For the past year, this site has accumulated many African writers and is building a community around the viewership.

The Rupsure CEO makes a great statement on this development on his official website: kooshaazim.com

 I joined this initiative (as of June 2019) to bring my writing and management skills to the benefit of the African people. I have spent my life in a saturated tech bubble that is the San Francisco Bay Area, so investing time supporting a developing region is my pleasure. Africa has a plethora of potential tech entrepreneurs, and I hope I can link Western business minds to the bright future of Africa, particularly Nigeria.

As editors of this platform, Nurudeen Adeyemi, Oyebamiji Adesoji Usman, Fawaz Olamide and I seek to impact hundreds if not thousands of future African success stories.

We hope that Koosha Azim’s new engagement will help mentor and breed more techpreneurs in an emerging economy like Africa.

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