Knowledge they say is power.But what's the point of it?Of knowing?There's a world of difference between knowing and doing.Knowledge and Implementation,Information and Execution.I made a weird discovery a while back. It was sort of like a eureka moment for me.You can't know how to use what you don't know that you have.- Zizi.This was a… Continue reading The Enlightened Mind
What do you perceive? How well do you perceive things? Have you got a keen sense of perception? Our ability to perceive is based on the belief systems we've got. I'd like to say they're all innate, but no it's learned. And sometimes they become misperceptions, deviating from reality. What we perceive as real and… Continue reading Perception: The Power of a Paradigm Shift
You might be familiar with this popular statement: Procrastination is the thief of time - Edward Young For me, I dislike it when I have that looming feeling of an unfinished task. It irks me a lot, and this pushes me to want to get it done as soon as possible. Psychology tells us that… Continue reading How do you deal with Procrastination?
I had a conversation with a friend recently, and it was quite insightful. She has inspired me more than once and I started to have some deep personal questions after our talk. The things she told me about herself sparked some similarities within my own heart. It felt wonderful to know that I wasn't alone.… Continue reading Staying True to Self
Whew... 2019 is almost over, and it's been a blast. A whirlwind of emotions, adventures, experiences and so much more. It's been an endearing journey of discovery, learning, growing, evolving... A lot of life lessons learned. Phases begun and ended... It's been a blend: A Tragic Comedy; lots of bittersweet moments, memories forever embedded in… Continue reading The BIGGEST Lesson… Of 2019
Personal Change depends on you. Change happens when you're ready to make it happen. I want to tell you a little story about myself first. At the end of my junior secondary education (middle school), my school organised a vocational aptitude test, so each student could figure out their interests, natural academic abilities and passion… Continue reading Passion and Pursuit
"Cheap ain't always good, and good ain't always cheap"... What prompted this statement you may ask? Well, I've come to realize the hazards of making rash decisions. Normally, before I make a move to do or get something, I've thought about it a billion times over already, and I'd have settled it 200% in my… Continue reading Hasty Wasty!
What is Vanity? According to the wisest man that ever lived; King Solomon, It is the intellectual pursuit of knowledge, the physical pursuit of pleasure and the material pursuit of wealth. A question I often ask myself, and think you should ask yourself too, at least every once in a while is this: How far… Continue reading A Lesson In Vanity
I always feel like wonder woman (my all-time favorite female superhero) whenever I successfully manage to multitask. Yeah, multitasking just doesn't come easy for me. Its a notion that multitasking is every woman's superpower. That we're naturally gifted in that area. Endued with some form of supernatural strength and ability to handle a thousand things… Continue reading Multitasking; A Woman’s Superpower?
Not seeing the need for much of a preamble, I'd go straight, head-on to the tips. They're as follows: Setting personal and professional boundaries: know how and where to draw the line. Avoiding over-familiarity when necessary, keeping from over-sharing personal information... Being firm, and assertive about your principles: The world literally doesn't accommodate being fragile,… Continue reading 5 Tips on How to Handle Hypocrites and Toxic people