Monday, 23 February 2015


I was going out with my dad on an evening last week and I noticed some people queuing in front of an ATM machine of a bank, what caught my attention was the length of the queue,(it was long that they had to avoid the highway by bending).
When I got home I thought about that situation and something came to my mind; some of the people there will leave there out of frustration and tiredness and some will be persistent, and you know that some of those who will leave will go to another bank to use the ATM, and you know what may happen(transaction error, deduction from your account balance and you'll not get your cash and other network problems).
Well that's how life is, everybody has a goal and vision, why few achieve these goals, most end up where they don't want, the fact being that they give up when they had almost reached thier goal, and some settle for the alternative which will not yield best things.
Make up your mind this moment not give up, remember you are created for the best, dont settle for the alternative. THANK YOU

Wednesday, 11 February 2015


Good day friends, it is a cool bright day. today’s post is a part of what I think should make you better than your mates.
I was chatting with  a friend and I asked him about an extra curricular project we were doing and he told me that he’s got no time and this just dropped into my mind; everybody’s got  24 hours and scientifically the same number of brain cells but why is it that some  are better than others? just then, something told me the answer: time management.
”Time management?” you might wonder; I have heard this before and it’s nothing’ . But continue reading.
I observed that some people sit in front of laptops, televisions, and chat on social networks for hours.
Note: am not saying that these things are bad, I also do them. But to be outstanding you have to discipline yourself in Time management.
Make a time table if not written, set for yourself what you must do each day:
  • Pray daily
  • Do any chore
  • Read books in relation to your profession or goal.
  • Read a novel.
  • Check things that interest you (in books, on internet).
  • Chat with friends.
  • Play educational games.
  • Watch TV if need be.
  • Sit in silence and meditate for 20 minutes daily.
You can also add some things you think will help you but take note; playing games and other related stuffs shouldn’t take most of your time.
Before you think of setting your time, let’s check whether you really have time. Sit and think of how you spent yesterday. Was yesterday productive? If no, then you’ve wasted yesterday. CHANGE!
I hope you got something, try and make good use of your time. Thank you.