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t is with great delight that I welcome you to the sixth edition of the Inter-County magazine. This is a quarterly publication that aims to enhance brands, create an interaction with business partners as well as share about business trends within Kajiado (Kitengela) and the neighboring towns; Machakos, Athi-River & Mlolongo. The magazine is distributed through selected dropping points that are accessible to many like; supermarkets, hotels, restaurants, and retail shops within the towns. Online version of the publication is also available via: http://insightpublication.org/ Esteemed investors are welcomed to engage in this platform to increase visibility of their products and services. Among scheduled areas of interest for publishing include: Education, Health care, property management, finance and Insurance. In our upcoming event, we have the Kitengela Conference and Expo which will be a business connect forum for product and solution providers to meet on a one-to-one platform with their customers/clients. Exhibitors and other providers are urged to embrace this opportunity by contacting us for further details.

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Choosing the Right School for Your Child

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he second most important decision you will make as a parent, apart from deciding to have the child in the first place is deciding which school they should enroll in. Sometimes choosing a school for your child is as easy as geography; the one closest to home or near your workplace. But for some families, school selection can be a more complicated decision. Before you enroll your child in any school it is important as a parent to ask the following questions: What are the most important things you want in a school? What qualities will meet your child’s needs? What kind of learner is your child? Does she like to work alone or in groups? Is she skilled at any particular subjects? Where does she need extra help or support? Does she need a highly structured environment or something more open and flexible? Is she shy or very social? Most importantly, what kind of school will work both for your child and for you? Consider if this school is a good fit for your child and you. Can you picture your child being successful here? Will this school engage his interests, and work for his learning style? Will this school help your child feel confident and build on his strengths and help him with weaker areas in positive ways? Or, will this school’s approach discourage your child about learning? How will your child do socially in

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this environment? Plus, consider practical concerns like the availability of after-school care and transportation. What’s the learning environment like? Do students work cooperatively in small groups or by themselves? Is the teacher standing up and lecturing, or working with students in active ways? Is the teacher using visual and physical models as well as text to teach? Do kids get to manipulate objects as they learn? Are there individual differences (such as in learning styles and academic strengths) being accommodated, or do all students do equal activities at the same time? Ask yourself, “Will my child’s learning style be suited well to this school’s approach?” What kinds of exchanges do teachers have with students? Do the teachers make real connections with their students? Do the students seem excited and curious? Do the students respond with enthusiasm to teachers’ questions? Do many of these questions inspire children to think about and brainstorm answers, or is there only one right answer? What kinds of extra-curricular classes are offered and who gets to do them? Are these activities the same as what’s offered during the school day or are they exciting, hands on and truly enriching? Are these activities offered to everyone or are they designed for the “most

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talented” or highest academic achievers? Would your child enjoy them? How do parents get involved in the school? Is there an active PTA? How often are the meetings? Can parents volunteer in the classroom? If you do volunteer, what kinds of activities can parents help with? And will you get to work with your child? How is information communicated to parents? How do teachers and the administration keep parents informed? Is there a good newsletter? Is e-mail used to communicate with teachers? How often do parents meet with their child’s teacher and how long are these meetings? Are teachers available for additional meetings if needed? Is this school accredited? Public schools need to meet the state requirements as well as private schools. This acknowledgement by the Ministry of Education indicated that the school is up to standard and offers the required curriculum. A school that is credited will have a ranking, something that will enable the parent to know if it is a national school, provisional or otherwise. Before your school search starts, it could help if you came up with a list of things that are more important to you and your child.


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elcome to our third issue of the inter-county magazine a quarterly publication which aims in creating business awareness and interacting with business partners as well as customers within the counties reached hence giving business visibility no matter the location. The magazine focuses on trade within the counties and connecting the investors to their customers directly since the magazine is distributed free within the selected dropping zones within the county and also sharing business trends within the region. As a result of growth within the county facilitated by investors forums and engagement with foreign countries, which as seen some counties come up with their own cities among others hence resulting to the need of housing as well as business growth more than even before. It is the high time to the owners of any kind of business to strategically locate itself and market its products and services using several media including this magazine because it will guide any customer on any solutions / products your business offers and if so showcase what you offer the residence thus creating potential business within the county before looking at diaspora. With the implementation of the new projects from the government and the funds through micro finances, we see a bright future in our country as well as in the counties due to the competitive growth within the counties of which our publication will cover from time to time. We trust that the inter-county magazine will help you in one way or the other grow your business. we look forward to have your comments and contributions to make the magazine informative come every new Issue by posting your comments to: info@insightretails.com.

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Managing Your Business Finances

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here are many things to consider when doing business, and money management probably tops the list. Cash flow problems and mismanaged finances are major causes of business failure in the early years. Some companies fail to plan properly, some set their sights too high or low, some don’t keep track of costs, some fail to chase payment. You can maximize your chances of business success by being aware of the pitfalls. Then you can manage your company’s finances carefully and keep a close eye on its cash flow. Taking sensible, practical steps will help you control spending and grow your business without taking excessive financial risks. Here are some useful tips to consider. • Learn the Basics of Accounting. One of the first things that you should do is educate yourself about the various aspects of finance. For starters, learn how to read financial statements. This is one important statement that tells you all about your money – where it originated from, how many hands it changed, and where it is. Financial statements contain 4 essential details; cash flow statement, income statement, balance sheet, and statement of shareholders’ equity. The cash flow statement analyzes operating activities, investments, and financial in/outflow. The balance sheet provides information related to the company’s assets, liabilities and shareholder’s equity. The income statement reflects the revenue earned within a specific period of time. Shareholder’s equity represents the amount by which the company is financed through common and preferred shares.

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strategies should only be put to use as short-term, stop-gap measures. Go back to business as usual as soon as your cash flow regains its health. • Reduce Expenses. Look for ways to cut back: For example, you can cut the cost of promotional materials such as in printing or production, which can be reduced without compromising their quality and impact? Reducing your staff or having temporally ones could also be helpful. The ways to save money on business expenses are practically endless, and while some strategies are market-specific, you can always find something that works for you. It is vital to have a professional who will assist in managing your financial problems. Today’s technological advancements also avail an array of simple software that any business owner can use for accounting. Remember, Cash flow is the fuel that keeps a business running smoothly.

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The Impact of Eating Healthy

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ating healthy is not always easy, but committing to a healthy diet can be one of the smartest decisions you ever make. Research shows that the impact of good health on your quality of life is far-reaching, regardless of your age, sex, or physical ability. Although there are numerous benefits of eating healthy, here are a few: Combats Diseases Healthy habits can help prevent certain health conditions such as heart disease, stroke, and high blood pressure by helping to keep certain biomarkers, such as cholesterol and blood pressure, within their targets. This combination keeps your blood flowing smoothly, decreasing your risk of cardiovascular diseases. Regular physical activity and proper diet can help you prevent or manage a wide range of other health problems, including metabolic syndrome, diabetes, depression, certain types of cancer, and arthritis. Improves mood. Carbohydrate-rich foods are associated with increased serotonin, which is a brain chemical linked to improved mood. Complex carbohydrates, such as whole grains, are healthier choices because they will also stabilize blood sugar levels. Healthy foods that contain tryptophan, such as turkey, yogurt, and fish are associated with improved mood. Gives a Healthy smile. When it comes to your smile, the 10

benefit of healthy food goes beyond strengthening teeth. Yogurt contains microorganisms that may help fight the bad bacteria that cause bad breath, plaque, and gum disease. High-fiber fruits and vegetables that require lots of chewing stimulate saliva with antimicrobials to also reduce bacteria in the mouth. Harvard researchers have also found that fish rich in omega-3 fatty acids may reduce rates of gum disease due to reduced inflammation. Fewer wrinkles. Foods with high water content, such as fruits and vegetables, moisturize the skin and keep you hydrated. They also contain antioxidants to protect against cell damage for younger-looking skin. Omega-3 fatty acids found in fish,

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such as salmon, nourish the skin and may help reduce the appearance of wrinkles. Reduces stress. Omega-3 fatty acids protect against spikes in stress hormones. Vitamin C has been shown to reduce these hormones while protecting the immune system. Magnesium, found in nuts and spinach, helps to keep stress at manageable levels. Black tea has been shown to reduce cholesterol after stressful events making it easier for you to recover. Good choices like eating a healthy diet should be your main priority. A few small changes in the right direction can help improve your lifestyle as you continue enjoying your life and living longer. Healthy eating also saves you a lot of money.


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