Don’t Entrust Too Much in the Hands of a Learner

Don’t Entrust Too Much in the Hands of a Learner

Don’t entrust too much in the hands of a learner. You give responsibilities as someone grows on the job and gets a firmer grip on things. Otherwise, he would be overwhelmed and may start doubting his own abilities when he is not able to meet up, thus leading to...
Banish Your Fear and Start

Banish Your Fear and Start

The fear of not ‘starting rightly’ is what keeps many a great man and woman from fulfilling their potential. It is also what robs us of ideas and solutions that could have made the world a better place for you and me. I will say, start; if you fail, start...
Poverty is a Mire

Poverty is a Mire

  Poverty is a mire. The best way to get out of it is not by grabbing at the swinging rope of desperation, but by steadfastly holding onto the arduous rail of principles. Many people in their bid to jump out of the mud of poverty only sink deeper in it through...

Do Some Hard Thinking

It is good to do some hard thinking from time to time. The only concern is to ensure that you hitch the right plane in your thought cruise; because if you latch onto the wrong thought flight, the rumination may sound good and sharp, like all the necessities expected...

The Premise of Thought

The premise of thought or its subsequent action is usually where the problem is. Premise is what makes some people conclude that suicide is the best option for them. It is also what makes some quit trying altogether, close shop, retreat or take some steps that are...

Admit your Mistakes

You have to admit your mistakes. It’s the only way you will come across as sincere, not by fronting or denial. And sincerity always works.
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