Roundup: Our favourite How I Work editions of 2020
This year, we launched our How I Work series to shed light into the work lives of the smart Africans making waves across various industries.
They shared with us priceless insights on how they plan their days, the books they swear by, the gadgets and tools they rely on to get things done, and even how they unwind to avoid burnout.
As 2020 winds down, we decided to take a look back at some of our favourite editions and why we loved them.
However, if you’re new to this series or you probably missed some, you can dive straight into our archives to catch up on all the past editions.
In no particular order, here are a few of our favourites:
Adegoke Ayomikun iOS & Android Engineer at Bitmama Inc
Adegoke Ayomikun is an iOS & Android Engineer at Bitmama Inc , a cryptocurrency exchange for Africa. On this edition of How I Work, we talk to him to learn what his job entails and how he handles it all. Read More
Josteve Adekanbi, Mobile App Developer
Josteve Adekanbi is an Andriod Developer and a Student of Bowen University. On this edition of How I Work, we talk to him to learn what his job entails and how he handles it all. He shares some of his tips and hacks for staying productive while doing so. Read More
Olawale Akinmoladun, Creative Designer at Corpreneur
Olawale Akinmoladun is a Creative Designer at Corpreneur, a savings and investment platform. On this edition of How I Work, we talk to him to learn what his job entails and how he handles it all. Read More
Interview with Simon Chidiebere, Sculptor and Artist
TopnewsTv is very delighted to present the interview with the sculptor Iloani Simon Chidiebere from Abagana A town in Njikoka local government area of Anambra ,Nigeria. Iloani Simon Chidiebere discusses with TopnewstvReporter the features of Nigerian sculpting traditions, the challenges the traditional culture faces and shares his dreams and wishes. Read More
Ugwu Samuel Creates Digital Surrealist Paintings That Celebrate African Beauty
Get familiar with the work of Nigerian visual artist Ugwu Samuel. Read More
We’ll love to hear from you. Tell us in the comments below what you liked (or didn’t) about this year’s episodes and who you’ll love to see featured next year. You can also email your feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org.