Mirabelle Morah

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Will we/the world change post-COVID? Listen to Mirabelle Morah share her thoughts on BBC Rethink Podcast alongside world thinkers such as the Dalai Lama

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This is one story which broke my heart and made me cry. I enjoy making everyone in my stories suffer, but for this girl, I sincerely cried when I was writing this. This is one story which broke my heart and broke the water from my tear glands. I cannot begin to imagine what real life people in her shoes go through. I was so worried about her, and I still am.

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I didn’t finish my very first, first degree. I studied Educational Management for half a year and dropped out. Was it what I wanted?

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Read a book everyday. Learn a new language. Pick up a new hobby. Take up a new course. Create an inspirational room. Overcome your fears. These are a few great ways to improve yourself!

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It’s a two way thing. Mentor learns, mentee learns. Mentor helps, mentee helps too. Do you think your mentors don’t have MENTORS in their lives too? Nobody is above learning my dear and let me tell you this, whenever someone agrees to assist me with my life, to help me put my puzzles together, I am eternally grateful! Always be grateful to those who make you confident.

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Living a young life can be quite daunting but what do you do in a situation where there seems to be so much social media noise? Here are a few tips to help you sacrifice and prioritize your young life as I also use them too.

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Once upon a time I finished my final university exams and on the day I wrote my last paper, I felt so happy and thrilled!…

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Fame, women, money, cars. This could be how millennials define success but how should you define success? How do the world’s most successful change makers truly define success?

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Got a lot of work to do or you just want to rest? Accepting an offfer or request could cramp your style, so here are 8 fantastic ways to say no this 2019!

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I had a roommate who called her mom every twenty seconds. Every time we went out on a very exciting journey before we jumped into our room she would be on the phone, talking all hour-long to her family. Telling them all about her day. Sometimes I found it trying, but beyond, it made me make a decision to put a higher value on my family.

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As a teenager, Mirabel had read Purple Hibiscus by Chimamanda Adichie and she was struck by how the writer could capture societal issues in words. So, being a writer, Mirabel decided to start her website just to put up her stories.

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Mirabelle Morah has been considered for nomination for the Youth Influencer of the Year for 2018, Under the ROM Awards.

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