One criticism can be powerful. If you allow it. So powerful it doesn’t matter the number of compliments…
To do anything worthwhile, the chief struggle people face is
finding creating time.
The year is half-spent already. It is likely that you are not on track to achieving most of what you set out to on January 1. Sunrise became sunset, and vice-versa, six months later you are no farther from where you took off.
The struggle is reallyContinue reading “3 Steps To Create Time: plus 10 Inspiring Quotes”
Learning is a lifelong adventure. The absence of which has been equated with death. To learn is inevitable. In the sad event that one refuses to learn anything, he/ she will learn it births irrelevance.
Each day unfolds bearing opportunities to learn things: big and small, complex and simple, rare and commonplace. Sadly, as we do life we overlook the small, simple and everyday things. Yes, we look over them to focus on the big, important and consequential things.
Our lives also consist of small things or tasks which when learnt or experienced will give us benefits. The gains may not be far-reaching, but can make life more livable.
Here is a list of ten simple things you can learn in under a day.Continue reading “8 Simple Things You Can Learn To Do In A Day”
It is said knowing why is equally as important as the what. I love to write. Recently, I had to consider why.
Before now, I believed I write because I have something to say – a valuable message burns deep within which I must bring out; something worthwhile and beneficial to me, and everyone.
So I couldn’t not write.
There was this time many years ago when it never occurred to me to write. My favorite preoccupation was to read. I read everything I could lay my eyes on as long it’s got words on it: signboards, billboards, vehicles, banners, posters etc; on my way to and from school, church or errands.Continue reading “Rediscovering the Why of Writing”