When people hold debates on entrepreneurship vs Employment, most of the conversation centres “working on your own time / terms” and “making more money as an entrepreneur than you would as an employee”. I think there is a lot of biases from both sides of the debate – those who opt for entrepreneurship, and those who would prefer to remain employed. I have been both, and share many opinions on the matter.
As I pursue personal development for a while, I will be stepping away from Ntha Foundation operational and administrative roles. My team will be taking over, and I share more here how we intend to continue serving Malawi.
For the past year, I have worked as Project Lead on the Digital Malawi – Digital Skills for All project as operationalised by the Ntha Foundation on behalf of the Malawi Government through the Public Private Partnership Commission. As I walk away, I reflect on the highlights of the journey that has been.
After a year and two months of leading the Ntha Foundation and Bien Corporation Africa (my two companies) fulltime, I have to walk away. I walk away in quest for further personal and professional development, and I share here what is next for me, and my whys.
We don’t really get to talk much about the imposter syndrome which comes with career switches, do we?