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Stories have been told of how life can change in the blink of an eye. However, the most important aspect in life is how fast you rise when you fall.

For Barbara Minishi, a renowned filmmaker, artist and fashion photographer, life took a toll on her as she saw her fortunes dwindle up to a point where she had to live by necessitation.

In an interview with The Standard on Wednesday, January 22, Minishi, 39, detailed how she fought her way back to the top after going through a tumultuous period in her life.

Stories have been told of how life can change in the blink of an eye. However, the most important aspect in life is how fast you rise when you fall.

For Barbara Minishi, a renowned filmmaker, artist and fashion photographer, life took a toll on her as she saw her fortunes dwindle up to a point where she had to live by necessitation.

In an interview with The Standard on Wednesday, January 22, Minishi, 39, detailed how she fought her way back to the top after going through a tumultuous period in her life.
She went on to advise artists and anyone else in a venture to embrace networking, investing and seeking sponsors.

"The good times are about owning your craft and accolades. I used to stay in the shadow behind my camera because I thought it was a modest thing to do.

"But then I missed out on making some great connections and networks, yet I had access to all these people. So step up and don’t shy away. If you are great at what you do, you are great. Own it," she advised.

On Friday, November 15, while on Citizen TV, comedian Eric Omondi also reiterated the importance of making the right choices in investment. Omondi recalled a moment in life when he almost spent Ksh1 million on purchasing a Mercedes Benz, but was advised against it by comedian Daniel 'Churchill' Ndambuki.

"If someone makes a breakthrough, they become more famous and forget to save and make poor decisions. At a point, it retaliates on them," Eric asserted.

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