make peace with where you are

In this post, we are going to: make peace with where we are by looking at where we are a bit differently like being grateful about it all instead of complaining and cursing and as usual, I also point out the practical steps (four of them to be specific) to do just that - make … Continue reading make peace with where you are

in 2015, stay progressive. stay on an upward journey. stay focused. stay true.

2014 is gone. And to be honest, I’m so thankful for what it has taught and brought to me. All sorts of lucky moves came my way. I made money. And for not knowing, I lost some. The opportunities that came my way tripled. I increased my purchasing power tremendously. Inside, I grew faster and deeper … Continue reading in 2015, stay progressive. stay on an upward journey. stay focused. stay true.

facing it like a skilled sailor

When you are raised in a church going household you know that you are a rebel once you tell em that you ain't going to church no more. But then, they want reasons. They want to know why you can’t stand them no more. But because your reason is out of their comfort zones, then … Continue reading facing it like a skilled sailor

guess what the opposite of courage is…

good to know First of all, thanks to my new blog followers. Welcome aboard. Also, thanks to those who in one way or another interact with this blog. I really do appreciate. Through this blog, my aim is to share the best thoughts in  what I call Continuous Personal Improvement (CPI). On this post, I’m … Continue reading guess what the opposite of courage is…

trust your instinct, even if it takes you to the ditch. it’s your ditch.

You know what? Even if your instinct takes to the ditch, the good thing is, ditches aren't too far from the road. Get up and keep going. 'All our progress is an unfolding, like the vegetable bud. You have first an instinct, then an opinion, then a knowledge, as the plant has root, bud, and … Continue reading trust your instinct, even if it takes you to the ditch. it’s your ditch.

what’s your definite chief aim in life?

*Dear reader,  Before you read this post, I've got something that I think you'd be happy to know. First of all, I hope that you are doing great! Now, this post on the purpose of life, of the definite chief aim of life, as Napoleon Hill used to call it, is very popular with my readers. Even … Continue reading what’s your definite chief aim in life?

embarking on ebook writing

My previous post asked a question: writing ebooks, is it a great passive income stream? And the answer is yes. There are writers who are millionaires already simply by writing ebooks. And other writers like Steve Pavlina have reported that his ebooks oursells the paperbacks and hard cover books. That’s great to know. Of course, … Continue reading embarking on ebook writing

to be great is to be misunderstood

Towards the end of my time at church (simply as a member, back in 2009), I wrote a blog post titled ‘Sorry Mr. Preacher, But...’ The post was tough on the preacher who stood in front of the church not to preach, but to talk about football in the names of Liverpool and Manchester United. … Continue reading to be great is to be misunderstood