My weekly Top three Posts in project HOPE community.

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The project Hope community seems to be an organization of countless wordsmiths, surfing through the community everyday seems like another crash course on every topic supported by the community. Project Hope as a community is known to support variety of contents, with the much-pronounced wide scope of supported content and an unarguably skilled writers in each of this scope, it’s always a great experience scrolling through the tons of great contents published here on a daily basis. As a result, rating these contents are even a harder task.

However, with a little bit of personal sentiments, here are my three favorite articles published in the project Hope community during this week. As a matter of fact, I must say it’s been a hard time selecting these three articles as many other contents from the community also appeals to me almost equally.

Without further delay, let me take you through my top three posts in the project Hope community for this week.

Keeping the Right Customers in Business

Business makes customers and customers makes a business, the mutual relationship between customers and a business is almost a perfect one (almost, because nothing is perfect!). For an entrepreneur working on a start-up, customers are the principal factor while making decisions. Making customers is one thing, keeping them is another equally important thing. But what kind of customers are you making in your business? If they are the right ones, how are you working to keep them? @eni-ola gives an insight on this; read here

How I look at you: It's all about perspective.

we always tend to pass our judgment/assessment about most things we come across in our environment, this includes our fellow humans too. We take an assessment of thing from our very own angle of view. However, just as we differ in thoughts and experience, our perspective and point of judgment differs, thus we create different assessment of everything, including humans. How you see your neighbours might be different from how the man down the streets see them. @wiseagent has some word on this in a short but thoughtful article. here


Time is money…you probably have heard that as many times required to make you believe. Well, situations must have taught you better. It takes times to do everything, the value of time can hence not be measured. But your utility of time determines its value…for you. Having known all these and being caught up with time a couple of cases, how do you manage time to suit your scheduling? @oredebby has a straight-forward take on this. Read here

Just as stated, a couple of other articles should also come into this list, it took a very hard time to give a nod to these few, endeavour to visit the project HOPE community and have a good reading time, and for sure you can also be a contributor